Posts Tagged:Commandments

One, Two, Ten, 613, or The Spirit!

There are many discussions on what is instructed, commanded, or applicable for us today. You have probably heard that there is now only one commandment. Others will say there are only two commandments for us today. Many people in Christianity will claim there are Ten we are to follow while Judaism says the Ten Commandments…

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One Law for All

Many times we are told the law, or instructions of the Father were just for Israel and not for us today. You will hear this from the Jewish as well as the Christian perspective.  The Jewish thought is that someone who is not of Jewish decent should only obey the seven Noahide laws in found…

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The Sabbath – How Do We Keep It?

In this episode of The Revolution, Chris discusses the lack of specific commandments given in Torah about how to keep the Sabbath Day!   Follow along with the PowerPoint. 

But Paul Said…

Yes, Yes, Yes “But Paul said…”   This is the start of a go-to phrase for many people when you bring up Torah, Law, or anything about following the Old Testament.  Some people may get mad at such a response, but I couldn’t agree more with that phrase.  Let’s examine some other “But Paul said…”…

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Is It Still For Us Today?

Most believers have been taught that after Y’shua came we no longer have to follow the instructions YHWH gave to His children through Moses in the Old Testament.  If we’re going to say this, we would need to be 110% sure and have some concrete evidence backing up this claim so we can know that…

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Tzitzit: What are those strings anyway?

  After we realize that the Torah is not done away with, and we start to reread our Bibles, one of the verses we run across is Numbers 15:38.  This is the verse where we are commanded to wear tzitzit, which is worded as fringes or tassel in most translations. Let’s look at the verses.…

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Impress Them On Your Children…Torah Study Resources for Kids

As parents, we are commanded to teach our children the instructions of YHWH, His Torah. Deuteronomy 6:7 tells us that we are to impress His Word on our children. What does this word “impress” imply? The Hebrew word for impress is “shanan” and is often translated as sharpen when used elsewhere in Scripture. If you…

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Can We Shave Our Beards?

One of the most common questions we get is about cutting our hair and shaving our beards.  This idea comes from Leviticus 19:27 and Deuteronomy 14:1. Context is crucial when it comes to subjects such as these.  If someone chooses to not cut their hair, beard, or corners of their head and they are doing…

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Can We Eat Cheeseburgers?

At some point in time, we will run across verses that just don’t seem to fit or ones we are just not real sure what to do with them. Let’s look at some of these instances that are mentioned in three different places. Before doing so, please check out our definition of kid (gedı̂y H1423)…

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What is Sin?

What is Sin?  Some people claim that the Holy Spirit speaks to us and tells us what sin is. Some even claim that they follow their heart for the meaning of sin. They claim they don’t need another definition of sin because they have the Holy Spirit living in them.  For many this is what…

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