The Commandments in the New Testament Gospels is about how Christians are supposed to live under Jesus’ commandments.
For many years I have noticed many people who are confused about how Christians are supposed to live. But are the Ten Commandments in the New Testament? And should we follow them?
We need to question which parts of the Bible are written to us, which parts are written for us, and which parts are for our moral guidance. Most of all, we need to go back to the first century and see how the followers of Jesus lived. We need to learn the customs at that time, the idioms of their speech. We need to be aware of what the first-century political climate was like in order to understand the New Testament.
The Book of Hebrews talks a lot about the Order of Melchizedek. What is that order? This book will explore this, along with one core question: What is the secret that believers have been missing all these years about what God expects from us? Go with me on an exciting journey through the Gospels as we discover who we are in the Messiah and what our Commandments are.
We all know that Jesus taught us how to live, principles to keep, and taught on many subjects throughout the New Testament, but did you know there are specific commandments for Christians?
The Jewish people have 613 “laws” they follow, but how many “instructions” are we given specifically? Or are we given any? Bea has found 205 commandments for Christians in the New Testament Gospels. Do they include the Ten Commandments given at Mt. Sinai? Who was God talking to when He gave them? Are we “under the law” as some would have us think, or are we “lawless?”
Find out if there is a specific “order” we are to follow after we become believers.
Find out the “key” to understanding who we are in Him. Begin looking at the New Testament in a new light.