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on March 29, 2008
To declare that Torah is not valuable in these days, is to say that God created two theologies: one for the Jews and another for so called "christians". If God's theology says that keeping Shabbat is very important in our relationship with Him, who are we to change the adoration day? If you celebrate Easter, Christmas and other pagan festivities, then we are denying God's commandments. Elohim has a community of believers: the Yahudim or Jews (those who worship YAH or YHVH). Since the beginning believers in Elohim of Israel have kept the commandments (a great percentage of it are kept my "christians") When you talk about the church fathers, you are talking about men who were greek and romans. Men who created this thing called the "church", which actually in English is another pagan word. They changed the adoration day and they also changed the festivities and were the ones who called the Jews "Christ killers". Now that is part of the church history. Then comes Martin Luther and writes a book "About Jews And Their Lies" and jews are killed. Then Hitler comes around the corner and says that by killing Jews he is carrying out Martin Luther's unfinished work.
The Torah is the base to prophecies concerning Yeshua (his pagan name: Jesus the Christ). Without Torah there is no "New Testament" which actually is the New Pact. If as followers of Yeshua a person who is not any more a gentile (Gentiles means "idolater") wants to keep Halachah that is up to this person's conviction given by the Ruah Hakodesh (Holy Spirit). Even the doctrine of Triunity has its base on Torah: "Shma Israel Adonay Elohenu Adonay Ehad" Deutoromy 6:4. Adonay: My Lord, Elohenu: Our God, Adonay:My Lord...is ONE. That is 1x1x1= 3.

The historical problem facing the christians (another pagan word from the greeks!)is that they are happy with their churches and their other versions of gospels (another pagan word!)and they feel that they have actually replaced Israel and the Yehudim community or Mishpaha (FAMILY). The Brit Hadashach (New Pact) says that Yeshua came to accomplish the Torah and that means that He showed us the way to accomplish it...this has nothing to do with salvation but with living in kedushah or holiness. The RESTAURATION OF ALL THINGS is here to stay...we are a branch grafted into the Tree of Israel and not the way around. Let's go back to our Hebrew Roots and stop antisemitism and paganism infecting the so miscalled "church".
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