Right, what is this supposed ‘Ceremonial Law’? Is it Scriptural or is it hu-man made? Was there a ‘Temporary Law’ that some also mysteriously claim? Did this law exist as a separate entity or as a sub-division of The Whole Law in Old Covenant times? Did Moses deliver a two stage version of The Whole Law? Has this alleged ‘Ceremonial Law’ been deliberately conjured up the Judaising theologians of the later centuries in order to confuse and deceive True Believers and followers of The Way? The Way, being that of simply and Graciously following Yashua Anointed as our Friend, Elder Brother and Saviour i.e. putting our total trust and faith in Him for everything?
OK, so let’s check this idea out to see if it holds any water. My guess is that it won’t, but let’s take a look-see to make sure, so that we can tell these evil people where they can go. That’s politely, of course, otherwise they will quickly accuse us of not displaying the Fruits of The Spirit. ROFL. Never mind that they do not have any of that Spirit anyway, but there you go. Life is full of many weird and ‘wonderful’ surprises, is it not?
2 Chron 33:8 (KJV) Neither will I any more remove the foot of Israel from out of the land which I have appointed for your fathers; so that they will take heed to do all that I have Commanded them, according to The Whole Law and the statutes and the ordinances by the hand of Moses. (All Emphasis mine)
There we are folks, THE WHOLE LAW, The Statutes and The Ordinances by The Hand of Moses and Commanded by The Lord – The Commandments. Here, too, are The Holy Scriptures that prove The Whole Law was written down by Moses:
Exodus 24:12 (KJV) And the LORD said unto Moses, Come up to me into the mount, and be there: and I will give thee tables of stone, and a law, and commandments which I have written; that thou mayest teach them.
Exodus 34:28 (KJV) And he was there with The LORD forty days and forty nights; he did neither eat bread, nor drink water. And he wrote upon the tables the words of The (OLD) Covenant, The Ten commandments. (Brackets mine) Vancouver Lawyer
There it is, people, it cannot be simpler than that and with no ambiguity, and ALL written down by Moses, so we already know that there is no such thing as a separate ‘Ceremonial Law’ other than in the minds of wretched and evil 21st century Pharisees who pose and feign at being followers of Yashua Anointed and paying mealy mouthed lip service to His Grace.
Now the next point we must clarify is this: Does The Whole Law include The Ten Commandments? Or, perhaps, we could make it a more stupid question: Could someone separate The Ten Commandments from The Whole Law and thereby still call it The Whole Law? I tell you, folks, there are many ‘geniuses’ out there that think that they can. Not only that, but there are some who are so ‘clever’ that they conjure up this non-Scriptural new name i.e. the ‘Ceremonial Law’ (as you would) and deduct that from The Whole Law. By doing this, they erroneously think, they can leave The Ten Commandments in the clear, carry them forward into The New Covenant era, and then make them binding on those Born of God (Born Again) with the indwelling of The Holy Spirit. This means putting them back into bondage and condemnation of The Law. How sneaky-evil and snake-in-the-grass is that? Well they are The Devil’s own, so should we expect anything else?
Moreover, if we search for the words ‘Ceremonial Law’ just like the words ‘Holy Trinity’ and ‘Rapture’, in The KJV of The Bible, we will not find them written there. Furthermore, they also try another trick by calling this imaginary and non-existent ‘Ceremonial Law’, the ‘Temporary Law’, also not Scriptural. All this, as opposed to their imaginary permanent, and now separated, Ten Commandment Law.