The Law – Romans 7:12

Categories: Daily Devotion

You can also download the PDF file here.

The Law – Romans 7:12

Welcome to Scriptures for Life with Taking time to focus on the Father’s way.

Romans 7:12
So then, the law is holy, and the commandment is holy, righteous and good.

First, in case you didn’t notice, this is a New Testament verse. That’s right. Paul is declaring the Law to be holy, righteous and good. Though many would say following the law today is something that puts you under a curse and will even bring condemnation on you, Paul is saying quite the opposite.

Yeshua followed the Law and never said one word to say that the Law was going to be irrelevant to those after Him. In fact, He said quite the opposite. In Matthew 23, He tells His disciples to follow Moses. So, if His death on the cross was going to do away with the Law, why would he say anything about following Moses at the close of His ministry on earth?

How do you view the Law? Do you see it as Paul did? As holy, righteous and good. Do you follow the words Yeshua spoke to His disciples to follow Moses? Consider carefully the path you choose.

Let this be a focus in your time of meditation throughout the day. Until next time, shalom!

Here's something interesting to consider:

Related Posts


The Real Mt  Sinai

The Real Mt Sinai

Many have heard of Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia. Join Steve and one of the team members as they share the adventure and the incredible NEW finds from their team's research expedition. You won't be disappointed!Teachings noted:The Golden Calf and the End Times -...



What role does Simcha (joy) play in your everyday life? Join Steve and Gus as they discuss Simcha and how our Creator defines it, describes it and desires it from us. If you don't have it, join Yahweh's people and get it. It's never too late! Teachings refenced in...

We Have One Rabbi

We Have One Rabbi

There are many teachers, but who's YOUR Teacher? Is there a valid Biblical argument to support following any person as our teacher, or is 1 Corinthians 11:3 pretty clear? Steve also addresses those who site Deuteronomy 17:9-13 as support for an opposing view. We hope...

Share This