It is time for the church to wake up to Torah obedience. This teaching will present you with some of the verses in scripture, to give you some evidence for obedience to Torah, as well as handle some of the big questions that comes to light, after hearing about the need to observe the Torah.
The Torah is commonly considered to be the first 5 books of the Bible, Genesis to Deuteronomy. The Hebrew word “Torah” is translated in scripture, as “law”, but is closer in meaning to instructions or teachings.
The Torah has nothing to do with salvation. Torah is the way that Elohim wants us to live our lives in front of Him. It’s the way of righteousness, and is actually the “instructions in righteousness” that Paul tells Timothy about.
2 Tim 3:16
All Scripture is breathed by Elohim and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for setting straight, for instruction in righteousness,
We keep Torah, as the fruit of our salvation, not the root of our salvation. The Word of Elohim is the seed (parable of the sower), the root will then be our faith, and the fruit, or the tree, will then have to be the Word of Elohim again, as that is what the seed is. Every tree that doesn’t bear good fruit, will be cut down, and cast into the fire. We have to produce good works, as evidence of our faith and our salvation. These good works, is merely obedience to Elohim’s Word, and more specifically, His Torah.
Here is a study that I put together. This is my first study that I prepared on my own, without any outside guidance, so I’d appreciate any comments you can give, with regards to structure and the flow of the presentation.
Again, please comment with anything you like. I am more than happy to present this anywhere, in front of any number of people (even to one person).
I have made two versions of this study. One in PDF, for those who want to study for themselves and one in PPT, for those who wish to use this to present to others.
The little video on slide 7 can be found here, for those who wishes to see the video alone:
I hope you enjoy this teaching, and remember to always, test everything you hear, to the Word of Elohim.