Early in the morning of the third day the King allowed me to question him about his translation.
I said, as I came into the King’s presence; top-of-the-morning to you O’ King, I hope you rested well last night.
The King said: The rest of the day to you my son, thank you, I did indeed rest very well; God has had mercy on me since I repented of my sins. I only wish I could return from among the dead here and tell all people back on earth how I deceived them. Unfortunately, Abraham says in Luke 16, if they do not hear the prophets and Moses neither will they hear one that has returned from among the dead.
I said: O’ King, that reminds me of a question I had planned to ask you. I have heard it said that the Law was done away with. Does that mean that we should not listen to Moses or the prophets since Christ came and died on the cross?
The King said: My son, a man should not believe everything he hears. In the first place, the people that teach that the Law was done away, really have no scripture knowledge. They think the “Law of Moses” was the Covenant. However, that is not true.
Come now my son and let me teach you about the “Law,” and the thing that was changed. The first thing we need to do is look up the word Law. What is the definition of law?
I said: O’ King, Webster’s Dictionary defines law as the following;
1. Binding or enforceable rule: a rule of conduct or procedure recognized by a community as binding or enforceable by authority
2. A piece of Legislation: an act passed by a legislature or similar body
3. Legal system: the body or system of rules recognized by a community that are enforceable by a establish process
4. Control or authority: the control or authority resulting from the observance and enforcement of a community’s system of rules
5. Branch of knowledge: the branch of knowledge or study concerned with the rules of a community and their enforcement