Are we refusing to remove the Veil?

Why is it so difficult for God’s Gospel of Grace to be understood in its entirety by people who teach salvation by grace, but then work to maintain that salvation?

Could it be that it is not understood because people who teach grace plus...embraces law-keeping over a relational relationship that requires intimacy?

Is their belief based on ignorance of not comprehending the extent of what Jesus accomplished on the cross and their practice of mixing the law with grace hides the reality of grace because they rely on the law to find and understand its reality?

Is it the Law itself that causes their blindness and causes such people to stumble around in darkness, unable to understand the mystery of the grace gospel given to Paul by Jesus?

In 2 Cor. 3:14 and 15 Paul said; ...for to this day the same veil remains when the old covenant is read. It has not been removed, because only in Christ is it taken away. Even to this day when Moses is read, a veil covers their hearts.” (2 Co 3:14-15)


  1. I've enjoyed reading through some of your blog posts. This one reminded me of John 3:19.

    I'm not sure but it seems religion promotes a walk in the flesh/law, and grace promotes a focus on Him and the finished work, glory to glory, law to Grace, flesh to Spirit, sight to Faith, seeing to unseen, temporal to eternal.

    Galatians 4 says to cast out the bondwoman of religious bondage. I've enjoyed your blogs. They're short and simple and easy to read. Blessings


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