What are the Laws established by God?
God is the Planner, the only
true God, and the Absolute Being. Therefore, He set up the
Law in the world for the following purposes:
(1) He gave sinners His Law and
Commandments to save them from their sins. "By the
law is the knowledge of sin" (Romans 3:20).
(2) The second law is the Law
of Faith that saves sinners. It is 'the law of the Spirit
of life' (Romans 8:2) that grants access to salvation through
faith in Jesus Christ, our Savior (Romans 5:1-2). Jesus came
down to this world to fulfill this Law. He was baptized, bled
on the Cross and was then resurrected. Jesus set up the law
of salvation to save all the sinners of the world.
God established the Law of faith
for those who believe in the salvation of the water and the
Spirit. Anyone who wants to be saved and become a child of
God has to believe in the Law of faith God ordained. It is
the only way to salvation. Thus, He allowed the access to
Heaven to those who believe in the spiritual salvation of
the truth according to this Law.