Christocracy and the Divine Saviour’s Law for All Mankind

“Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, …but his delight is in the Law of the Lord; and in His Law doth he meditate day and night!” (Ps. 1:1-2) “O how love I thy Law! It is my meditation all the day!” (Ps. 119:97) “Circumcision is nothing, and uncircumcision is nothing, but the keeping of the commandments of God!” (I Cor. 7:19) “I am not without the Law of God, but in the Law of Christ!” (I Cor. 9:21)

1. Jesus Christ is the incarnation of the Word or the central Person of the Trinity, and the Triune Father-Son-Spirit has always been in harmony with Himself.1 He is all of His attributes: because He is all that He has. He is righteous, and He is loving, and He is good, and He is merciful. For He is all of His attributes. He is not just righteous, but He is also love; and He is not just good, but He is also merciful. While righteous too, God is even above righteousness and Law. But He is never without righteousness. Neither is He ever at variance with His own Law!2