Simchat Ha ‘Torah! One.

October 31, 2019

The Importance of the Complete Tanakh?

Even today this is not a light matter for all who take their Judaism seriously and it should be the more so for all believers in Yeshua Adonai!

This is indeed a very Holy book that needs full respect, traditions and ritualism in both Christianity and Judaism has blinded faith to make it into something that it was never intended to be and yet it must remain sacred in our understanding of it?

For legalists it is a book to be obeyed and not tinkered or interfered with, for believers it is to be taken seriously and what it says in relation to the New Testament applied in the life of the New believer!

Matthew/Levi 22:40,   1 Corinthians 15:6,    Galatians 3:12-13,   4:21,   Hebrews 7:16,   19,   Ya’akov 2:10,   12.

Simchat Torah. Part-One.

October 8, 2015

A Warning.

We tend to think that Ha’Torah is over now that we are Christians, yes we are right in saying that Yeshua has fulfilled it for us. But He said that it remains unchanged.

Many Jewish people are marking this time of the year, its a tradition, but the truth is that it is a fact and it displeases Elohim when we refuse to submit or recognise Him.

Deuteronomy 33:1-34:12,  Matthew/Levi chapters 5-7, 5:17-20.

Yom Kippure. Part-Two.

October 1, 2015

Yeshua Forgives.

The sin of the people of Y’srael is not over after Yom Kippure, even though now it is Sukkot and we are heading for Simchat Torah. Sin is an ever present problem that needs to be sorted out immediatly.

Faith in Yeshua today will change that situation and burden that Ha’Torah cannot do. Yeshua has made the final atonement for our failure and by trusting in Him Ha’Torah is fulfilled. because He was the perfect man the second Adam, who gave His life for us.

Yochanan 3:15-16,  11:25-26, Hebrews chapter 5.