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I. WHAT JESUS CAME TO DO, .
A. Jesus Came to Fulfill the Law and the Prophets, 5:17; ; .
(Fulfill: pleroo - “to render full, complete”) 1.
He did not destroy (invalidate) them .
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2. Jesus kept the Law (; ; ).
B. As Jesus Lived Under the Law, He Came to Redeem Jews and Adopt Gentiles, .
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As Jesus told Jews to follow the Law while they lived under it (), He was preaching a new covenant - just as OT prophets said, the Messiah would do.
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Jesus was much more than a Jewish rabbi teaching Jews their Law.
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