22 thoughts on “Q&A: Grace vs Law

  1. @brazilian777able My point is “church” is the “people” and the people who form the “church” are “Israel”. Israel is the name given to the Ten Tribes who God has dispersed in the four corners of the world (for their rebelion). 90% of the time the word
    “Israel” in the bible is refering to the ten tribes and not to the land of Israel. The Israelites from the Ten Tribes are all over the world and they don’t know who they are.

  2. In the Torah it says that I need to have tzitzit on the corner of my garments. Does that mean I need to sow those onto the corners of my clothes. I mean what is a garment? Is that any sort of clothing or a jacket? Please inform me.

  3. “Tithing – the only Old Testament law you still need to keep, ‘cuz we want money.” – The Modern Church Movement

  4. Most of the guidelines in the Torah are what we see as common sense. It’s just that man has so perverted it and added and subjected that we are so far removed. It’s really sad. I always seen the scripture that you talk about in the second part says if you love Yahweh and you love your neighbors that you will not break any of the other commandments, or guidelines and instructions of our Creator. He doesn’t want us to obey cause He said so, but because we love him

  5. Ditto, Paul. Or should I say “amen”?
    All born again believer’s are saved solely by grace to live a life of repentance and obedience.
    Some obey more than others, but I don’t think that’s a reason to de-embrace the word “church.” By the textbook/theological definition of the word, you are in God’s church, and the whole church (all people truly saved and changed) is precious to God.

  6. I have nothing more to add Paul, but thanks for the video!
    I’m just gonna put the rest of my thoughts and what I know on the subject here in case it will help passers-by who are reading the comments:

    People who have been redeemed by God have a response of love and gratitude; no exceptions. Out of that love and gratitude they obey God. And obedience is possible with the Spirit of God.

  7. …second to last part:
    There are those who are saved who think that the number of commands have been shortened, and there are those saved who don’t think the commands have been shortened.

  8. Isn’t it the Holy Spirit that takes away our sin nature :] Do you believe in the trinity ? Just wondering . I love your videos btw man !

    I’m slowly becoming Messianic ^__^

    • Torah Life Ministries
      Watching this today June 25, 2018. Now I understand everything.
      – TORAH it doesn’t mean LAW it is a GUIDELINES & INSTRUCTIONS and we are all accountable to follow all the guidelines & instructions of our creator YAHWEH.
      – GRACE is one of the most misunderstood words in SCRIPTURE
      – GRACE is not an excuse to keep living in sin…
      – GRACE is what’s supposed to take away our sinful nature…
      – If we are SAVED we should have passion to do those works…

  9. I have a question. What does the Letter to the Hebrews mean when it said:”By calling this covenant “new,” he has made the first one obsolete; and what is obsolete and outdated will soon disappear” (Hebrews8:13)

    I do believe that there are things in the “Old” Testament that I really should still follow but my questions right now is this: What are these “Outdated and Obsolete” things that will soon disappear?

  10. the correct term would be renewed not new. It’s one book, not two. There is more to it than this one verse that explains it but basically Yeshua said we should keep torah. Only the sacrifices to be saved are done away with because now we have Yeshua.

  11. He shortened the 10 commanment to 2. He said Love your Gd with all your heart and with all your soul. 2, Love you neibour as you love youself.
    4of the 10 commandments are our relation to Godand the rest of the 6 are with each other. If I love God with all my heart and with all mysoul then I will automaticaly do what he sad I will do. If I lovemyneibour as myself I will follw the rest of them,

    • No, he never shortened the commandments. They are all valid today. They can be summarized by hanging all of them on the 2 C, but they are ALL for us to follow. He changes NOT. . .

  12. Thank you brother Paul for this short teaching. This subject matter grace vs law is a major misunderstanding between Torah keepers and Christians. We need to find a way to bridge this large gap, so we can walk in unity rather than division.

    Blessings to you….and Shabbat Shalom

  13. Oh and words can’t explain how excited I get just saying the names Yahweh and Yeshua. And i cant explain it. Thank you for sharing so much of your heart and faith.

  14. Thank you brother! I’ve been watching you for a while now. And you have helped open my eyes to alot of truth. One thing that impressed me is you tell everyone to search scriptures for ourselves. This is right. I been doing what you and others have been saying and reading for myself. I’ve been a believer for over 30 years. The father is calling me to obedience. Bless you brother.

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