Conclusion Of Circumcision

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I. Circumcision
The word circumcision is a medical term meaning to remove the foreskin of (a male). Circumcision is also the removal of part of the clitoris for (females). However, Circumcise first appears in the Old Testament in Genesis 17:11; God told Abram that he will be circumcised in the flesh as a way to show his covenant with the Lord. In the Old Testament circumcision was done with a sharp flint stone. It wasn’t just for the Israelites, but it also was for the foreigners and servants. Later we read that God is talking to Moses in Deuteronomy 10:16, were he makes a covenant with Moses. Verse 16, God tells Moses “circumcise therefore the foreskin of your heart, and be no longer stubborn” (Deuteronomy 10:16). This is a parallel meaning.
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Conclusion In the New Testament ,Paul not only just uses these words in Colossians 2:11 and 2:14. When I researched these words, it was clear that we are not circumcised in the flesh. It is a circumcision that only can be done by God. Jesus cancels (destroyed) the curse that was upon us because of sin by giving his life. With his death, resurrection and the power we have been made participants in the covenant that we are saved. We are not saved by our own doing, but by the love of Christ, his will and power. In addition, Jesus canceled the debt that was on our lives by simply giving his life. He paid the cost and suffered for us to be free from sin and to have a good relationship with the Father our God by the shedding his blood. We all should walk authority that Jesus has paid in full. He has erased the charge against us and circumcised the hearts of those who believe in him that we are partakers of his promise of everlasting life. The without hands says that we as believers are not living in the flesh, and it manipulates ways but in the spirit. Moreover, for the believer the sins of Adam have been erased and forgiven through Jesus. Oh, what good news, this is for all believers. We do not have to live in sin and shame, but in the Glory of

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