Faulty Doctrine

26 Dec

There is a faulty teaching beginning to circulate within ‘the camp’. The short, condensed, straightforward redneck version of this ‘teaching’ is as follows – leave the jews alone for they are ‘covered’ and, walking Torah constitutes ‘the circumcision of the heart’. For now, we will not address the first point, other than to say we ALL need Messiah, both the natural branches as well as the wild bunch. We want to address the misconception that ‘walking out Torah’ constitutes ‘the circumcision of the heart’. To begin with, IF the ability to ‘walk out Torah’ existed within our human propensity to sin, where is the need for Messiah in the first place? But more to the point, IF, IF we could ‘walk out Torah’ to such a degree to allow us a ‘justified’ and righteous relationship with our eternal Father, where is the atonement for sin, outside of Messiah, that is necessary for that relationship? It is not merely by keeping the commands. So from where does ‘atonement’ come, if not from the Promised Messiah that came in the flesh? if we read Torah, we find there is necessity for a blood atonement for sin, which is transgression of the Torah. The Torah dictates this atonement be conducted in a certain place, in a specified manner, and by a designated agent. IF . . . IF, Yeshua of Nazareth is not Messiah then we have a problem. If He is NOT my Kippur, then our eternal, just, loving, equitable and righteous Heavenly Father has left His people UNCOVERED and WITHOUT the possibility of a covering for their sins for roughly the last 2,000 years. Without a physical priesthood and temple, we ‘Torah walkers’ still have no covering for our sin without God anointing and appointing a Covering, a kaphar, an atoning for that sin. “For ALL have sinned and come short of the Glory of God . . . Yeshua did not come to condemn, for the world was condemned already’ . . . and they were already ‘walking Torah’. It takes more than ‘what we do’. The song lyrics go something like this – “not because of who I am, but because of what He’s done; not because of what I’ve done, but because of Who He Is . . .”

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