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5 Reasons Christians Should Keep the Torah – David Wilber | Freedom Hill Community

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Craig Fetter
Craig Fetter

I am troubled by what your future will bring. I truly hope you have put ALL your trust and faith in Yeshua. You are fixed on this obsession with keeping the law, yet scripture is extremely clear that we can not.
Imagine your shock in heaven when you see so many people who were not sabbath keepers. There are plenty of parables in scripture to prepare you for this truth. You say you keep the law because you are saved. Unfortunately, you can't keep the law. Yeshua did it for you.

Matthew Noble
Matthew Noble

So refreshing to hear someone speak Biblical truth. Too many in Churchianity twist the scripture to fit their sin.


I would ask how you square all this with Peter being told by God Himself to eat unclean animals and then when he went back to the dietary laws, Paul came and "opposed him to his face" ? Yes, Peter was being a hypocrite and that was one of the main reasons Paul opposed him and also Peter's vision was certainly a picture of God sending the Gospel to the Gentiles but he still ate unclean animals from that day foward as did the other Apostles. These laws were in place to set the Nation apart as holy until the… Read more »

brittany mar
brittany mar

I agree with most of what you say but the unclean animal thing was changed. God said you can eat anything you want as long as it doesn't have blood in it and you ask him to bless it first. Like most things with Peter God had to tell him 3 times. I just copied the rest of the chapter because it had good information. Acts 10:9-48 KJVOn the morrow, as they went on their journey, and drew nigh unto the city, Peter went up upon the housetop to pray about the sixth hour: [10] And he became very hungry,… Read more »


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