Jean’s Gospel: De Imitatione Paul

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  1. John 20:29 says:

    this teaching reminds me that our responsibility is to renew our minds – for me that entails a new frame of reference, new set of values… thinking of the second chapter of Philippians, we don’t become zombies for Christ as some accuse us … 🙂

  2. JD says:

    I used a similar diagram to illustrate that Christians need not keep the Law of Moses. Mine used a triangle shape. It must have hit a nerve as the pastor kicked us out of the church for it. Onward and Upward!

    New occasions teach new duties; time makes ancient good uncouth; 
    They must upward still, and onward, who would keep abreast of Truth. 
    – James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) 
    `The Present Crisis’ (1844) 

  3. John 20:29 says:

    perhaps there is a need to distinguish between the 10 Commandments and the Law of Moses? when compared, i think it becomes obvious that the two have different purposes…
    not that we can flawlessly keep the 10, but they are the standard are they not?

  4. Jean says:

    I don’t understand JD at #2.


    Can you clarify your comment?

  5. JD says:

    The Ten Commandments are usually referred to as The Law of God. The Law of Moses is the common name for the 613 commandments contained in the Pentateuch.

  6. Ron says:

    Hello Jean,

    A lovely piece about the simplicity of the Gospel that so coincides with what I have been reading with Paul, and Martin Luther’s Galatians Commentary. Yes, Michael..”that Martin Luther.” I bless and thank you for this lovely treatise that I have been able to read in between helping my Agents and customers today, and with anticipation want to meditate on this tonight…

  7. Jean says:


    Thank you for the kind words. I am grateful that this piece resonates with you.

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