Paragraph 1950

1950. The moral law is the work of divine Wisdom. Its biblical meaning can be defined as fatherly instruction, God’s pedagogy. It prescribes for man the ways, the rules of conduct that lead to the promised beatitude; it proscribes the ways of evil which turn him away from God and his love. It is at once firm in its precepts and, in its promises, worthy of love.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

549. How does the Holy Spirit intervene in the Church’s prayer?

122. What are the results of the sacrifice of Christ on the cross?

360. Why are the beatitudes important for us?

58. Why does God permit evil?

128. Why is the Resurrection at the same time a transcendent occurrence?

531. What is required and what is forbidden by the tenth commandment?

146. How do Christ and his Spirit act in the hearts of the faithful?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

Why did God judge the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, and what can we learn from this, according to Genesis 18:16-33 and 19:1-29?

Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Lessons from the Meeting of Jacob and Esau (Genesis 33:1-20)

What is the example of faith that the poor widow gives us in Luke 21:1-4?

How to experience communion with God?

How important is the Word of God in the Christian life according to 2 Timothy 3:16-17?

What does Jesus’ statement “I am the resurrection and the life” in John 11:25-26 mean?

What is the true nature of evil, according to the story of Job described in Job 2:1-13?