Summary: Today the partition that is set by God is Christian and non-Christian

All Men are Cleansed!

Abraham made his servant aware that he would not take a wife from the people around them but rather to return to his kins people and there take him a wife. And it came to pass that Rebeka was choosen.

Isaac charged Jacob not to take a wife of Canna but return to his mothers people and there take a wife of the daughters of Loban.

When the children of Israel (Jacob) went into the promised land God charged them not to marry any of the people of the land where they went into to possess. But to marry other Israelite people.

So Samson sinned when he married the Philistine woman. Also all others who married people of a different nationality.

I Kings 11:1-2

Boaz married Ruth (Gentile) and didn’t sin. Ruth was in lineage of Christ (Ruth accepted the faith)

Up unto Christ’s death God had a wall or partition between Jew and Gentiles. The reason for this partition was clear as he reasoned with Solomon, that they would lead them away from God. The Law of Moses was given to the Jews and them only.

Read Crudens of Gentile.

Christ tore down this wall.

Eph 2:11-22

Peter had to see this and accept it. It was hard for Peter to accept.

Acts 10:9-21 & 34-35

But still Peter had reservations for he did not want to eat with Gentiles. Peter and other Jews want two types of churches Gentiles & Jews being separate.

Gal 2:7-14

Rom 1:16

Today the partition that is set by God is Christian and non-Christian

II Corr 6:14-18

We are admonished to marry other believers.

I Corr 7:39 "The wife is bound by the law as long as her husband liveth, but if the husband be dead, she is at liberty to marry to whom she will; only in the Lord.

I Corr 7:14-16

I Corr 12:13-14 "For by one spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free, and have been all been made to drink into one spirit. For the body is not one member but many.

Rom 2:9-11

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