Why was the law given? What is our relationship with the law as New Testament believers? In message 8 in the Crystallization-Study of Psalms(2) we were enjoying Psalm 119, the longest Psalm / chapter in the Bible, where we see the psalmist’s love for the law, the word of God. Actually, Christ is the reality of the law – which is God’s living Word – to infuse His living substance into His loving seekers! Are you a loving seeker? We need to come to the Word of God as loving seekers so that Christ as God’s living Word would infuse His living substance into us!
Christ is the reality of the law
The law is the testimony of God, making the ark in which it was placed the ark of the testimony (Exo. 25:22), and making the tabernacle in which it was the tabernacle of the testimony (Exo. 38:21). The law is a portrait of God, showing that God is jealous, loving, righteous, truthful, and pure. Christ is the living portrait of who God is – Christ is the reality of the law as the testimony of God! Continue reading this portion at,