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If you are not born again of the water and the Spirit, you cannot read Gods word
Pastor Jim Montgomerie    [email]    ( Netherlands ) 2018-04-29     Views : 496     Touched : 88
Romans 3:19-20. Now we know that whatever the law says, it says to those who are under the law, that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God. Therefore by the deeds of the law no flesh will be justified in His sight, for by the law is the knowledge of sin.

If you know what the law is, and try to live by it, then you are a sinner. No one can live according to the law. Did you know that God gave 613 statutes of the law, and if you break one of those laws you break all of them. This is why God gave the sacrificial system of the Tabernacle after giving the law to Moses. God gave the laws so that the people would know what sin was. God knew that no one could live according to the law. That is why the sacrificial system was the only way to receive redemption of sin.

In the O.T. In the Book of Leviticus we can see Just how God set this all up.

Leviticus 16. Tells us about the day of Atonement in the Holy place, and it tells us exactly how the high priest was to make atonement for the sins of the people. The high priest shall lay both of his hands on head of the offer transferring all the sins and iniquities of Gods people onto the offer before the blood of the offer could flow.

In verse 16:29. We can read when this took place, on the tenth day of the seventh month.

In verse 16:34 we can read for how long the sins were forgiven. As this was an everlasting statute, does this mean that today we can only receive remission for our sins for one whole year if a high priest lays both of his hands upon the head of our unblemished offer, and then only on the tenth of the seventh.

What happens for the rest of the year until the tenth of the seventh comes around again. If you can read what is written in these verses, you will see that as soon as you receive redemption from your sins, you continue to sin until the appointed time for forgiveness comes around again.
How do we then read this to be an everlasting statute, if there can be no redemption from sin without laying on the hands and the transferring of sins and the flowing of blood.

How do we receive the remission for our sins today.
In today’s worldly Churches, Gods people are still living under the law. But the Church leaders have changed the everlasting statutes to suit themselves. Today there is no transference of the sins of the people, and there is no flowing of blood. The leaders just tell the people that God has forgiven them their sins and to go and sin no more. What do the people do, the moment they leave their Churches, they continue in their sin. In this manner the everlasting statute has been changed from once a year to once a week. Where is the offer and where is the blood?
The statutes for the remission of sin laid down by God, have never changed. This statute is everlasting. The only things which have changed are the time and the place.

Once a year on the tenth of the seventh, changed into once and forever.

The place for transferring the sins of the people changed from the tabernacle to the Jordan river.

The offer and the transferring of sins remained the same.

The offer lamb without blemish was Jesus. The transferring of sin was performed by John the Baptist, (a direct descendant from Aaron) when he placed both his hands on the head of Jesus, and it was completed when the blood of Jesus flowed on the cross.

Jesus took all the sin of the world with him to the cross, and He paid the price for our sins with his Blood. Jesus took us with him to the cross, and He paid the penalty for once and for all. We died with Him, and we were raised with Him.

It is finished, there is no more offer and no more blood available.

So how do we take care of our daily sins if there can be no forgiveness an offer and without blood?

Many Christians today spend more time begging God for forgiveness instead of thanking Him for already having done it.

John 1:29. Behold the lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

Can you now read what is written?

Has the penny dropped yet?

When God installed the everlasting statutes for the redemption of sin, the Israelites had only to wait for the10th of the 7th month to come around each year to be able to receive redemption for their yearly sins.

When Jesus received His Baptism in the Jordan river, the eternal statutes for the redemption of the sin of this world was installed. When the Blood of Jesus flowed on His Cross, the work of the everlasting statutes was completed for once and for all.

So, how long do we have to continue begging for redemption for our daily sins, when does our 10th of the 7th come around. If the Israelites only had to wait one year, how long do we think God expect us to wait. One year, ten years or forty years, or even until the day we die.

The moment that Jesus received His Baptism was the moment that our 10th of the 7th began and ended. At that moment the world received complete and eternal redemption for its sins, past, present and future.

This is why we need to stop wasting our time begging for redemption for our daily sins and spend all of our time in thankfulness for that which has already been completed.

John 3: 3,5. This is what it means to being truly born again of the gospel of the water and the Spirit.
How does it read now?

Jim Montgomerie
Pastor & Evangelist
The New Life Mission
The Netherlands


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