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woof (`erebh, “mixture”, “woof” (Leviticus 13:48)). We are running out of time. We are at the end of the end times. Jesus is coming back, soon. The message we desperately need, the same message that “moved the world” in the time of the Apostles, the message that distorts and confuses the fabric of our faith, is that of the law and the Gospel; The plan of salvation. Time is running out; Wake up and acknowledge the dire situation and deeply study the mysteries of the chain and wounds of our faith, the law, and the gospel. For the same reason, even if there is a complete law, without the gospel it produces a legalistic religion, the shell without the core. What a perfect illustration of the bending and weaving of the law and the gospel is represented in the “warp and weaving” of weaving. (And I must emphasize here that it is crucial to understand eternal life or eternal death, that there is a false gospel and to discover what is true and what is false.) The last phrase of this quote caught my attention, and since I didn`t know it, I decided to look for it.
In weaving, the warp thread is the vertical thread. The weft or winding thread is woven through the warp thread to create the fabric. “Mighty truths have been entrusted to the forces of man, truths which, when they are revealed, revive the minds of men and women who are in the darkness of error, crying out to them, `Come; for now all things are ready` (Luke 14:17). The knowledge of the truth is God`s great power for the salvation of all who believe. The Atonement, the righteousness of Christ, is for us the vital center of all truth. In the cross of Calvary, mercy and truth meet, justice and peace embraced. The law and the gospel are in perfect harmony; They are intertwined like a chain and a fabric. The Review and Herald, September 29, 1891. “They [that is, the law and the gospel] cast a flood of light into the moral darkness of the world, stimulating, renewing, sanctifying all who believe in the truth, all who willingly and gratefully accept the light that comes from the throne of God.” That is quite a statement. Do you want a stimulating, renewed and sanctifying light in your life? Now this statement explains where to find it, and it is through the law and the gospel, the chain and whirlwind of our faith. To illustrate, we consider the law as the warp thread and the gospel, the true gospel, as the thread of mixture. Neither can function independently of each other.
If you removed all the warp thread, there would be no fabric; In fact, all that would be left would be a bunch of loose, tangled and useless threads. In the same way, when the law is removed from the faith, there is no foundation, no foundation, no fabric of faith. And the same goes for the coiled wire. Remove it and again, all that`s left is loose yarn, nothing that can be used as fabric. The same goes for the law. Without the gospel, the true gospel, there is no foundation, no foundation for our faith. There is no salvation. There is another quote that, at first glance, seems to be on a different topic, but is very relevant. We have lost our grip on the truth. We have lost the narrow web of the chain and fabric of our fabric of faith.
We have lost that golden thread, the law and the gospel woven from Genesis to revelation through Scripture, and we must rediscover this present truth. The background is various skin diseases, as they spread through clothing or fabrics. “Warp” and “woof” refer to the two-component yarn series from which the woven material is made on a loom. That is, there are two vertical sets of wires that form the grid pattern. The warp is the set of longitudinal wires, and the launcher (also called weft) is the set of crossed wires. The wound crosses the chain from left to right and again and again. The chain changes back and forth. In the following diagram, the chain consists of the dark vertical threads; Woof are the thicker, lighter horizontal threads.
The nature of the law and the gospel is summarized in these few sentences of the Patriarchs and Prophets 63. See if you grasp the chain and whirlwind of the law and gospel presented here. “Divine love had devised a plan for how man could be redeemed. God`s broken law required the life of the sinner. In the whole universe, there was only one who could satisfy his claims on behalf of man. Since God`s law is as holy as God Himself, only he who was equal to God could make atonement [the gospel] for His transgression. No one but Christ could redeem fallen man from the curse of the law and bring him back into harmony with heaven. Isn`t that nice? Is this not the purpose of the law and the gospel, to bring man back into harmony with heaven? The essential basis or basis of a structure or organization; of weaving, in which the warp – the threads that run longitudinally – and the wuffe – the threads that run transversely – form the fabric: “The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are the chain and the whirlwind of the American nation.” The underlying structure or foundation of something, as in He foresaw great changes in the curvature and vortex of the nation`s economy. This expression, used figuratively since the second half of the 1500s, refers to threads that run longitudinally (warp) and transversely (wool) in a woven fabric.
In this metaphorical sense, we find a very accurate representation of what the law and the gospel are for faith. They are the very foundation, the foundation of faith; the very basis of Jesus` mediation on our behalf in the heavenly sanctuary. As Jesus serves in the heavenly sanctuary, let`s think for a moment. If there were no law, there would be no need for His ministry. What if there was a law but no gospel? Jesus did not want to serve us. The two are irrevocably linked, and the two form the cloth, chain and mantle of our faith. ⇒See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia. (עֶרֶב, ereb, mixing, as sometimes reproduced), the crossed threads inserted into the warp during weaving (Le 13:48-59). SEE WEB. She also practices engraving, pen and ink drawing, as well as colored pencil and watercolor sketching. 1. The threads that pass through the warp during weaving; The gunshot.
As this list shows, penalties usually amount to a short prison sentence and/or a moderately high fine. Thus saith the Lord [Who speaks? What does he say?]: “A wise man will not boast of his wisdom, and the mighty will not boast of his power, a rich man will not boast of his wealth; but he who boasts of this will boast of understanding and knowing Me, that I am the Lord who exercises loving goodness [grace], righteousness, and justice [law] on earth. for I rejoice in these things, saith the Lord. Jeremiah 9:23-24 NASB Let`s just spend some time looking at the third angel`s message in Revelation 14. In the first part, verses 9-11, we simply find a warning to all those who reject the messages of the first two angels. They are the ones who will receive the mark of the beast. But I want to focus on verse 12, which says, “This is the patience of the saints; here are those who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus. Who are the saints? It is said that they are the ones who keep His commandments [the law] and the faith of Jesus [the gospel].
How beautiful is this theme, this golden thread of the law and the gospel that runs through the whole Bible. This topic is also known as the plan of salvation, the plan of salvation; God calls it “My Covenant.” Regarding what was shown to John the Revelator on the island of Patmos, we are told: “These are subjects worth considering. See the life and character of Christ [isn`t the life and character of Jesus the gospel?], and study His intermediate work. [Remember that there must be the law and the gospel for mediation.] Here is infinite wisdom [will you be wise?], infinite love [the gospel], infinite justice [the law], infinite mercy [grace]. Here are the stockings and highs, lengths and widths, for our consideration. Now back to the quote from The Review and Herald. The following explains what the law and the gospel do for us. Mr. Spurrell has gone down to see a horse, and we will be very happy to hear his opinion little by little. “We want people to understand what Christ is to them and what responsibility they must assume in Him. As representatives and witnesses, we ourselves must come to a complete understanding of the saving truths gained through experiential knowledge. Later that night, the same black and red banner was seen again – in the column of protesters chanting dead policemen.
Here is another beautiful explanation of how the law and the gospel are intertwined in a beautiful whole.