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Since creation, God gave His people laws, the first was to keep the seventh-day holy, more were given as needed for the situations, in Exodus 20, God have man The Ten Commandments, more were to come

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  • Actually SS, the first actual command to obey appears in Exodus 19:4-6, although it was commended in Genesis 22:18 & Genesis 26:5. But in Genesis 27:8 that it was good to obey your father, it wasn't until Exodus 19:4-6 that God made obedience a part of His covenant.
    " 4 You yourselves have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles' wings and brought you to myself. 5 Now therefore, if you will indeed obey my voice and keep my covenant, you shall be my treasured possession among all peoples, for all the earth is mine; 6 and you shall be to me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation. These are the words that you shall speak to the people of Israel.”
  • Maybe I should explain more, as the question box does not provide enough room to give a full explanation. God's laws are those laws, which are immutable and given as direct laws for us to follow, there were also laws given by God that were for 'the time' an example of these was washing, in order to avoid infections. Many of these laws are now incorporated in our culture today and we now know the reasons why. Other Biblical laws were instigated by the Jews, these were called 'Fencing Laws' and were laws that acted as a fence to prevent people breaking the core law. Yes we have God's grace, so when we break one, or more, of God's laws, we do not loose ur salvation. However if we wish to please God we should do our best to keep His commands [John 14:15] [John 14:21].
  • I believe none are "obsolete" but many are meant to have been replaced by Grace thru Jesus Christ's sacrifice on the cross for all believers. But then, maybe that's what "obsolete" means in this context; I'm not sure. That's where you run into problems with all or nothing questions like this one. I would like to have seen a choice being more situationally based but I myself don't know how I'd word it, either. It's a difficult subject, eh wot?
  • I believe that all of the 10 Commandments that Moses brought down from the Mount are just as viable today as they were so many thousands of years ago. To me they are timeless as is the original author who gave them to Moses. Simple thoughts to be understood simply.
  • The reason I made the choice I did is that 10 Commandments are still good, however, some secondary laws/rules are not the same now. The priesthood and its rules are not the same because it has been replaced by a higher priesthood. Jesus is the high priest, and all believers are priests now. Obviously rules on animal sacrifice are voided. That's enough for now.
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