This foolish person twists this topic around like most Christian teachers do. See this video and learn the truth.

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20 thoughts on “Should New Testament Believers Keep The Old Testament Law?

  1. But works do not save you. You are saved by his sovereign grace. Now if he really saved you then he would have written his torah on your heart and you would do these things out of Love for Him because he Loved you first. I suggest you study a little harder and pray for revelation on this matter. Remember, the lawless are going to be cast away in the end.

  2. He died for your sin debt not so you can keep sinning! He came in His Father’s name. Do you know what that really means? For someone to come in someone else name infers they are representing and teaching exactly what they taught. No prophet told of Messiah coming to destroy the torah or nail it to the cross. So you are telling me that Messiah died on the cross and now there is no requirement of you to follow His (He and His Father are one) commands and one can keep sinning?

  3. wow this man on the video is a false teacher. Most do not keep his Torah or his ordinances. Its time we stand and tell it like it is. If we dont the blood is on our hands. Prsuse be to YAHUWAH!!

  4. IMO just opposing the views & only stating, no one of hr is teaching “Torah for salvation”, instead you should point out that Torah & Jesus’ sacrifice of salvation have 2 different functions. Keeping torah has sth. to do with following him, honoring his blood, not grieving the Holy Spirit & maybe with what Shaul meant by “obeying and work out your own salvation with fear & trembling or being rescued by fire – that the works may be revealed-they will be saved but barely with their pants on…

  5. I know you pointed out “if you ‘love’ Yeshuah, we will keep his commandments”, but it is still irritating…and the concept is quite difficult to grasp, if all the seminars teach the obvious words and not the backdrop / background of hebrew words & thinking to which Pauls writings were written…

  6. Jesus was talking Judaism to Jews, not nonJewish Christian people. All but seven laws found in the Torah are for Jews, for Israel and for Christians to claim to be the new “chosen” and act like the Torah is for them, like it is for Israel, is one of the religions greatest fallacies.

  7. Yeshua said, (John 7:16) “The doctrine I teach is not my own, but the doctrine of the one who sent me.” Yeshua did not give us new commandments to replace his Fathers law. Implying that he did, would make him a liar. Mike Hoggard and others serve a false Jesus. A celestial santa claus in the sky that permits eating of anything, and doing whatever one wants because of grace. He makes up lies about Torah teachers and then blasts them on his radio show. He needs prayer so his eyes will be opened.

  8. I don’t think that’s true. Not even among Orthodox Jews past or present. For one, most of the 613 mitzvot relate only to sacrifices or can only be performed in the Land of Israel, and then only if the Temple is standing. What we are left with are mostly ethical and spiritual laws which, if transgressed, are accounted individually and can be repaired through the sacrifice of prayer and sincere return–t’shuvah. If you break one commandment, then that’s it–you’ve broken that one commandment.

  9. Matthew 5 :17 “Do not think that i have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not COME to abolish them but to fulfill them. i tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.

  10. The Old Covenant did wax away and decay. The law did not. A covenant is an agreement, a law is a guideline or rule. Hebrews 8:10 For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, saith the Lord; I will put my laws into their mind, and write them in their hearts: and I will be to them a God, and they shall be to me a people:

  11. Christian are not interesting in Spiritual growth. after one get saved they are save unto good works, good works are to keep the Commandments. When the Children of Yisrael place the blood over the door post they did not stay in Egypt, they start a spiritual journey to the Promise Land. Ask this Pastor what day of Creation he is in and he will not have a clue.

  12. All Jews and Gentiles were called “Christians”. Whether Messianic Jews, or Nazarenes like it or not they are “Christians”. There is no evidence that the word Christian comes from gentiles since Acts 11:26 only states ‘that the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch’; it could of came from Jews to indentify themselves as Messiah followers. The only people who wanted to Kill Paul were zealous Judaizers.

  13. You are missing the point of Galatians 3:24-25, it is saying that you were justified by the law, now you aren’t justified by law you are justified by faith in Christ. If you are a doctor and you go to school then you get out on your own, just because you are now no longer under the school does that mean you throw out what you learned when you practice on your patients, no. Neither do you throw out what you learned about law. Now though you are not justified by the law justified by faith n Christ

  14. I was correcting your historical errors brother. You might want to check out Professor Oskar Skarsaune’s book on Church history called, “In the Shadow of the Temple: Jewish Influences on Early Christianity”, so you can get an introduction to early Church history and it’s Jewish origins as well, two in one. Making conspiracy theories about Roman Catholics (I’m not one of them) and Emperor Constantine (he was not that bad of a guy) is a huge indication that you are unfamiliar with Church History.

  15. Mat 5.17

    Jesus said follow the word of the prophets and the law.

    After Jesus death the council of Jerusalem said you shouldn’t. They ignored the words of Jesus.

    A committee told you not to follow old testament law! Not Jesus!

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