8-31-16 Lawyers use the Law of Chantilly Satan to condemn others
Chantilly was a very bad man who had already been judged guilty and executed. However, in court there was a lawyer trying to get another guilty man off “scot-free”. But my question to this lawyer was, “Even though Chantilly is no longer here to be on trial himself, are you still carrying out his bidding, schemes, plans, and will? If so, you are just as guilty, and so you, yourself, should not be allowed off ‘scot-free.'”
My research later showed that Chantilly comes from old French “Chantille” meaning “a stone” or “massive, mountain-like stone.” I believe the dream was about Satan, who is the “very bad man,” the “god of this world, the god of the kingdoms (a) of this world,” who uses the Law, written on large “stones,” to point to others (b) and declare “guilty, to be condemned, and executed.” But Christ has already judged him to be executed, and Jesus nailed the Law to His own cross (c)! The “teachers of the Law,” who were called scribes and lawyers in the NT, carry out Satan’s work of judging innocent people and excusing guilty people (like themselves)! Jesus saw this often! <Notes> a) “mountains” are a common image for these in the bible, b) the meaning of “judge” in Hebrew, c) Colossians 2:14.
However, Paul says that Christians are now the “Letters of God, written absolutely not by ink [on scrolls] but by the Spirit of the living God, absolutely not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts” (a) – see Logos Word of God – BT20. The NT makes it clear that Christians are to have nothing to do with the Law, the teachers of the Law, or judging others by the Law (b). <Notes> a) 2 Corinthians 3:3, b) Acts 13:39; Romans 7:6, 8:2, 16:17; 1 Timothy 6:20; 2 Timothy 2:23; Titus 3:9; 2 Corinthians 3:15; James 4:12.