The Law Of Moses
1. "For the _______ was given by Moses, but grace and truth
came by Jesus Christ" (John 1:17).
2. The Law of Moses was given only to the nation Israel (Deut.
5:1-15). Whereas, the Gospel of Christ is to be preached to ______
nations (Mark 16:15-16; Mat. 28:19-20).
3. Jesus came to the world and established the New Testament (Covenant)
by His death. "For this is my blood of the ______ ___________,
which is shed for many for the remission of ______" (Mat.26:28).
4. Since Christ had established the New Testament in about 33
A.D., the Law of Moses was no longer in effect (Col. 2:14; Heb.
10:9; 8:13). "Wherefore, the law (of Moses) was our schoolmaster
to bring us unto ________, that we might be justified by faith.
But after that faith is come, we are ____ ________ under a schoolmaster
(the Law of Moses)" (Gal. 3:24-25).
5. The Law of Moses is not against the promises of God in Jesus
(Gal. 3:21), but is to reveal sin. "I had not known ______,
but by the _____; I had not known _______, except the ______ had
said, Thou shalt not covet" (Rom. 7:7).
6. "... through this man (Christ) is preached to you the
forgiveness of sins: And by him all that believe are justified
from all things, from which ye could not be justified by the ______
of _______" (Acts 13:38-39).
7. In about 68 A.D. the Hebrews writer described the Old Testament
as "In that he (God) saith, A new covenant, he hath made
the first old. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready
to _____________ _________" (Heb. 8:13).
8. The law of Moses is as a shadow of the real image, which has
been used to prefigure the coming of a better and more perfect
law. "For the law (of Moses) having a ___________ of good
things to come, and not the very image of the things ..."
Conclusion: The Law of Moses served as a shadow of the real "image",
the Law and Covenant of Jesus Christ (Heb. 10:1; 8:6-7). Let us
come to Christ and His "law of the Spirit" for life