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What Must I Do To Be Saved?
FROM: 4/14/02 Radio Program
You say God does not change. If this is true how can you say the Sabbath law has been abolished? (Note: This
was in response to a statement made on the radio program of 4/7/02, when we said God does not change.) The caller
went on to say that the "handwriting of ordinances" of Colossians 2:14 has been done away.
If an unchanging God can do away with the "handwriting of ordinances" as you readily admit, why can He not
do away with the Sabbath as well? When we continue to read Colossians 2:14-17, we find that such had happened.
In fact, the same book that says "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever" says that God has
changed His law. In order for Christ to be a high priest, there had to be a change of the law (Read Hebrews 7:12-14).
In so doing, this doesn't mean God changed. Notice also Hebrews 1:1-2, where it is shown that God chose to reveal
His will to man in various ways and means, but "hath in these last days spoken unto us by His Son ...". This doesn't
mean God changed, though.
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