Comment: Sin is the transgression of the law.

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Sin is the transgression of the law.

You have taken verses out of context or used partial verses and made up your own definitions in order to make a case for lawlessness. You have taken the art of half truth to the extreme.

You need to read the whole of Scripture. I'll bet that YOU, while teaching against the Scriptural Holy Days that WILL be kept in the Millennium and His coming Kingdom, would instead preach in favor of keeping pagan holidays like christmas and easter and the day of sun worship sunday. Pagan ways of worship which only bring condemnation.

The New Testament is based on better promises not better laws. It does remove mans requirement to punish those who break His Law and it does away with animal sacrifice as a form of atonement. The Ten Commandments are fully in effect for those who love Him and His Holy Days are a joy to those who know His Name. The made up laws and holidays kept by most christians are an abomination.

Paul told Timothy that "Scripture is given by inspiration of Yahweh and is profitable for DOCTRINE, for reproof for correction, for "INSTRUCTION in RIGHTEOUSNESS that the man of Yahweh may be complete..." Paul is not talking about the New Testament in this verse since there was no "New Testament" for Timothy to study.

Bad servants who are unlawful and/or unfaithful are cast into outer darkness where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Most christians show no true faith and are as lawless as the worst atheist. Be careful you do not find yourself weeping in outer darkness. But if you keep picking and choosing verses, taking them out of context and preaching lawlessness you will deserve it.

We are not called to salvation through arrogance and sinfulness. We are called to salvation through repentance and righteousness. You need to learn what repentance is because there is no salvation without it.