Theologians and scholars have, over time, turned Paul’s writings 180 degrees from what he meant concerning our observance of the Law post-Yeshua. It has, in effect, become inverted.
We’re told Paul spread his brand of fear by “breathing out murderous THREATS against the Lord’s disciples.” Fear was his tool to silence the disciples.
Don’t you ever wonder how we Believers can do and say such stupid, unbiblical things all in the name of God and not realize we’re actually pawns in the hands of Satan
When in reality …
We’ve become the fat, indolent weekend warrior that plays at maneuvers and starts to believe his own stuff — until thrown into the battle. And you know who doesn’t want them in the battle along side of them: the real soldiers.
They are making a difference, day-in-and-day-out, one life at a time. And they’ve been at it for over 150 years. Not a bad track record.
I wonder how many of our spit-n-shine Christian and Messianic ministries will be able to say that after this latest fade of the Modern Church crumbles and falls in on itself.
And it will.
But also …
Paul was told to be tight-lipped because of our limited capacity to comprehend the essence of God while at the same time finding accurate verbiage to express it. We’re not wired with the capacity to comprehend God on His level.
But still, there is this constant pull …
If nothing else, we as God’s people need to free ourselves from being locked into any Theological perspective. Theology is just a framework from which to proceed. It can help us in our search to understand what the Scriptures are actually saying, regardless of where it may take us.
In essence, what I’m saying is this …
Or said differently:
I can’t believe how easily our “Messianic” people are duped into accepting new titillating teachings which are really just old heresies repackaged by new con artists (false teachers) masquerading as Hebrew Roots teachers.
How and why is this happening?
So, I ask again, what part of the Law did Paul delight in after his inward man?
Civil - Judicial/Legal
I want you to understand that this isn’t me, the Hebraic guy, trying to bust some chops here …
Today, sin couldn’t be more blatant than it is and yet very few people recognize and label sin as sin anymore. In our national mindset, there no longer seems to exist a moral fiber of what is right or wrong, sinful or Godly, decent or obscene.
Simply put …