The Letter Of The Law vs The Spirt Of The Law

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  1. Wow, thank you so much. This is one of the areas I am not to strong in and I knew I needed some clarification. I was speaking of this with a Christian the other day, and we spoke about the additional doctrines if men. I said this is why the Pharisees marveled at the freedom of the believers. Know this for sure, Yahusha said in Matt 11: Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart; and you will find rest. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light". Your powerful message makes so much sense of what Yahusha meant. Religion puts a heavy yoke and burden upon those who seek to follow the Almighty, that it crushes their spirits and zeal to grow, and it makes it seem an impossible task to follow the true Torah. This is why people in religion are stuck behind this lie, and only those, who despite the costs forge ahead to seek truth, and in doing so, truly become free indeed. John 8 v 36:  “So if the Son sets you free you will be free indeed.” HalleluYah.

  2. Christians abuse the grace doctrine, the grace from the Most High is the forgiveness of our transgressions when we make a mistake while keeping the law.

    It happens, this means that a single infraction won't automatically condemn you as long as you repent and work hard to make that correction.

    This is the grace of the Father, my first time keeping the proper Sabbath I did it wrong, I made a smoothie, I cooked eggs all violations. The Most high knew I didn't know better but as I read I realized what I did was wrong, repented and my 2nd Sabbath I made sure not to make these same mistakes again, I worked extra hard to prepare before.

    Next Sabbath I will improve even more the grace is that the father allowed me a chance to get it right when I got it wrong and was patient with me.

    We aren't to abuse the grace we are to be grateful that we even have a graceful Most Migh.

  3. Bro Chazak so when did you all observe trumpets? So did I miss ot? Also, when is atonement and tabernacles this year? I would like to keep the same dates as this ministry. Thank you

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