“Listen to me, you who know justice, the people in whose hearts my law lies; Do not fear the accusations of the people, nor be dismayed by their insults. For where your treasure is, there will be your heart. 19 I will give them an undivided heart (A) and I will put a new spirit in them. I will take their heart of stone (B) and give them a heart of flesh. (C) In the above passages in Hebrews 8:8-10 and 10:16-17, it is clear that Yeshua (Jesus) refers not only to the law that will be written in our hearts and minds in our day, but also to a much greater extent in the coming age, during his reign in the Millennium Kingdom, where no one will ask his neighbor. “Know the Lord,” for all who dwell in His kingdom will know Him. The righteous saints of the first resurrection (Revelation 20:6), who are considered worthy (Luke 21:36), to enter his kingdom as the firstfruits, are cleansed of all sins (Isaiah 1:18), truly born again in renewal (John 3:3) (Matthew 19:28; 1 Corinthians 15:51-54) and are made immortal and incorruptible. JOHN 16:25 (NKJV): “I have spoken this to you in figurative language; but the time is coming when I will no longer speak to you in visual language. This knowledge of God is not separate from doing what God wants. If we truly know Him, we will do His will.
There is an insightful passage earlier in Jeremiah in which he condemns King Jehoiakim for not being like his father, who was a good king. A few years after Jeremiah, the prophet heard Ezekiel Yahweh say, “I will give you a new heart with new and righteous desires, and I will put a new spirit in you. I will pull your stone heart out of sin and give you a new and obedient heart. And I will put my Spirit in you, that ye may obey my laws and do all that I command” (36:26-27 NLT). Many Christian theologians have explained that the law placed in our minds and written in our hearts is related to the Holy Spirit, who leads believers to follow the selective laws to which the Spirit leads them, not the entire law. This is based on an out-of-context reading of Galatians 5:18, which says, “If ye are led by the Spirit, you are not under the law.” It is clear that when Galatians 5:18 is read in the context of verses 16 and 17, it means, “If ye are led by the Spirit, ye are not under the [illegitimate desires of] the law [of the flesh].” Many believers believe that the Spirit will make them follow the laws that God imposes on them and writes in their hearts. Some then cease to study God`s laws through the Scriptures, and then simply follow their own conscience, heart, and mind (Deuteronomy 12:8; Judges 17:6, 21:25; Proverbs 12:15; Jeremiah 17:9). Many believe that God`s laws are abolished, and if they are not, then the Holy Spirit will condemn them differently. This book of the law will not deviate from your mouth, but you should meditate on it day and night so that you can be careful to do after all that is written in it.
Because then you will succeed in your way, and then you will have a good success. My son, do not forget my teaching, but may your heart keep my commandments for the duration of the days and years of life and peace that they will add to you. Since the law is not literally written on anyone`s heart or mind, scriptural references to the law placed in our minds and written on our hearts deduce a deeper pictorial metaphorical meaning to understand. Enjoy the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart. Attach them to your fingers; Write them down on the tablet of your heart. Jesus replied, “My teaching is not mine, but his, which sent me. If someone`s will is to do God`s will, they will know if the doctrine comes from God or if I am speaking of my own authority. “At this moment,” proclaims the Lord, “I will be the God of all the clans of Israel, and they will be my people.” Thus says the Lord: “The people who survived the sword found grace in the wilderness; When Israel sought rest, the Lord appeared to her from afar. I have loved you with eternal love.
That is why I have continued my loyalty to you. Again, I will build you, and you will be built, O virgin Israel! Again, you should adorn yourself with tambourines and lead the way in the joker dance. Again, you will plant vines on the mountains of Samaria; Planters plant and enjoy fruits. 1. God`s law becomes inner. In the end, it did not work for God to give people His law, which was written on stone tablets, because their hearts were still hearts of stone. The law remained alien to them and was never fully internalized as the basic principles of life. Even if they obeyed, they were like people who respected the speed limit just to avoid a ticket, not like people who instinctively drive to the limit because they know it`s the safest thing you can do. God says, “I will change this. I will put my law there. I will write it on their hearts with my own finger.
The Hebrews did not only regard the heart as the seat of emotions; the heart was the seat of the will; It was the seat of the intellect. The elderly did not know that the brain was the seat of thought, so they did not live out of their heads as we do; They thought they were living from their hearts.