Pastor Paul Adefarasin fault Old Testament law say ‘it is an expired covenant’

Senior pastor and founder of House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, has said that the Old Testament law no longer works for anybody, adding that it is an expired covenant.

In a motivational post he shared on his Instagram page today Tuesday July 9th, the clergyman encouraged the ‘breathless, battered, broke and beaten’ to look to Jesus, who is the New Covenant.

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See what he posted on his social page:

Sometimes you are breathless, battered, broke and beaten. You’re going through hell and high water and you’ve tried to do everything righteously as was taught from the Old Testament yet, your life doesn’t seem to be turning any better because Friends, the law don’t work. It’s an expired covenant. It no longer works for anybody. You might be needy and helpless, unable to help yourself and robbed of hope but then Jesus Christ shows up.

Have you tried the New Covenant? Have you tried the New Agreement? Have you tried the New Plan? It has better blood. It has better mediation. It has a better Mediator. It’s built on better promises and it has a better Manager, a better Administrator. Have you tried Jesus Christ? He works in every situation, He heals your broken body. He heals your broken man. He heals your broken finances. He heals your broken relationships. He heals your broken promises.

I declare that this day and the rest of the week, as you go out in faith, God will show up in your situation – be made whole in Jesus name.
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