Did Grace Abolish Torah?

Did Jesus Add Grace and Subtract Torah? One of the fundamental teachings of Torah, the Instructions in the Way, Truth and Life, is the prohibition of Adding to, or Subtracting from, YHVH's Instructions; YHVH is the Eternal Name of our Creator:  "See that you do everything I command you; do not add to it or subtract from it," Deuteronomy 12:32;  Deuteronomy 4:2... Continue Reading →

Can You Hear God’s Voice?

Plug Your Ears and Listen My sheep Listen to My Voice and I Know them and they Follow Me, John 10:27 “My Sheep,” “My Voice,” “I Know,” “Follow Me,” these are ancient Hebrew metaphors packed full of Spiritual meaning. I've spent countless hours in prayer, just listening, trying to learn how to recognize my Creator's... Continue Reading →

Baptism

Baptism Represents Death and New Life We first read the word Baptism in the Greek New Testament.  Baptizo #907 is a verb meaning to submerge.  Immersion was not a foreign concept to the 1 Century religion of Judaism.  The Hebrew word Miqvah #4723 means a gathered reservoir or collection of (living) water.  Miqva'vot are used... Continue Reading →

The Unforgiving Will Not Be Forgiven

The Unforgiving Will Not Be Forgiven  Synopses of the Parable Jesus taught about an Unforgiving Servant. Jesus explains to Peter why it is necessary to continue forgiving those who sin against us.  A parable is a physical example revealing the heavenly/spiritual Kingdom. An earthly master/king wanted to settle accounts with his servants.  As he began to settle... Continue Reading →

Do You Worship Your Religion?

Man's Religion (Legalism) Vs The Way that Leads to Life Are You Worshiping Your Religion or Seeking Your Creator? "I Was Born This Religion and I'll Die This Religion."  I've heard this statement come from the mouths of Catholics, Protestants, Jewish, Muslims, Hindus...Lets say God does decide which religious division you are to be born into,... Continue Reading →

The Origin of Today’s Religions

Why All These Religious Divisions? "God is One,"  Moses put it in writing, and every Torah observant person on earth knew this phrase was referring to the entire "Shema," (hear and obey).  The Shema was on their heart, (memorized), and taught diligently to every child, while sitting in the house, when walking outside, before bed... Continue Reading →

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