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Disanull Has No Meaning- The Laws Were Never Anulled

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 6, 2003 16:50:01 UTC

It is the feast of trumpets found in Leviticus where the feasts to be keep forever are listed. Also in Numbers. 29:6 if I remember correctly. I posted it earlier.

Both commanded you to keep all the feasts forever.

Please reference where Jesus disanulled the commandments. That is false teaching, not of Jesus. Why keep the Sabboth on Sat if you do not keep the rest. Why keep the Sabboth at all if the law was as you say disanulled.

You cannot pick and choose. Either you try to keep all the law or you do not. Just keeping the ten commandments and the Sabboth is not enough. That excludes the most important commandments according to Jesus.

I agree that we cannot keep all the laws. Jesus did not even do this as he often broke one law while keeping another. But we have to try. And these celebrations are very easy to keep. There is no reason why you cannot keep them. Some of the laws are impossible to keep and god understands this. But at least you can keep the easy laws that are commanded to be kept forever.

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