What testimony did Christ bear concerning His relation to the law and the prophets?

Answer

'Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil!' Matt.
5:17.
NOTE-"Christ kept the law. If He had ever broken it, He would have had to die for Himself; but
because He was a Lamb without spot or blemish, His atoning death is efficacious for you and me. He had
no sin of His own to atone for, and so God accepted His sacrifice. Christ is the end of the law for
righteousness to everyone that believes. We are righteous in God's sight because the righteousness of God
which is by faith in Jesus Christ is unto all and upon all them that believe.'! - "Weighed and Wanting," by
D. L. Moody, pages 123, 124. See also notes on pages 74, 75.
0 THAT the Lord would guide my ways
To keep His statutes still!
0 that my God would grant me grace
To know and do His will!
0 send Thy Spirit down to write
Thy law upon my heart,
Nor let my tongue indulge deceit,
Nor act the liar's part.
Order my footsteps by Thy Word,
And make my heart sincere;
Let sin have no dominion, Lord,
But keep my conscience clear.
Make me to walk in Thy commands,
'Tis a delightful road;
Nor let my head, nor heart, nor bards
Offend against my God.
Isaac Watts.
 


What gave special force to the oath of an angel?
5. After the healing of the blind man, upon what charge did some of the Pharisees seek to prove that Christ was not of God?
After bringing Him to the place of crucifixion, what drink was offered Christ to stupefy Him?
9. What expressions in the prophecy of Joel seem to imply a double fulfilment of this outpouring of the Spirit?
By what means may the mother bind the hearts of the loved ones at home together?
What was the character of- their deeds?
When God was about to proclaim His law to Israel, of what did He tell Moses to remind them?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle