What’s the Problem with the Torah?

Jewish woman wants to know: What’s the problem with the Torah, it’s sweet as honey?

The problem is R—…the Law is used by many in an attempt to attain righteousness (a right standing) with the Father…a works salvation by attempting to keep a Law that has already condemned them (Galatians 3:10; James 2:10; Romans 3:20); the problem is R—, anyone who seeks righteousness through Law is condemned and cursed and Elohim first demonstrated this by rejecting Adam’s attempt to cover and conceal His shame and sin with fig-leaves as far back as Genesis 3:21.

This very same problem is practiced by Jacob’s children to the is very day and this, in combination with their rejection/murder of the their Messiah, is why only the remnant of Israel will avoid the “second death” in Hell (Romans 9:27). The Law given the Hebrew Tribes was never meant to save anyone but it simply defined God’s holiness and pointed the Hebrew tribes to their need for an Intercessor; the Law was a schoolmaster or tutor for the children of Jacob (Galatians 3:24-26)…nothing more, nothing less as the moral law has been extant since the creation of the angels; the Torah is simply codification of the moral law that has governed the Adamic generation forward to this very day. R—, the New Covenant is NOT about the Torah…it’s about intimate relationship with God the Father by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as our Messiah and Mediator for our sin and receiving the Holy Spirit and walking in peace and grace and mercy with our God via the Spirit via sanctification.

Your obsession with Law is baseless and does NOTHING for you but enslave you to a standard you cannot keep as you’re a sinner and the Law requires perfection if righteousness is to be attained through it (James 2:10; Romans 3:23). If you seek God’s acceptance by trying to keep the Torah…you will die in sin and die in Hell (John 8:24).

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