She started to cool down towards the Gospel and her need for salvation. I asked her why? What happened? And then she told me — “I’d have to get up there too and broadcast all my sins for everyone to hear. I’m not going to do that.” I tried to convince her that she would never have to do that if she didn’t want to. However, the mere thought of the potential squashed all hopes of her responding for salvation.
It’s usually, if not always, stated by Christians that Yeshua is the one that did away with the Torah. I don’t think I’ve ever heard it once stated that God is the one that did away with the Torah. I find that interesting. Don’t you?
I listen to a fair amount of Bible teachings online and on You Tube. Most of which greatly blesses me. I read a fair amount in commentaries as well. I respect and admire many of these men that I listen to and read after. But at some point along the way, one or more of these perspectives is rejected and, at times, attacked. All of a sudden I find myself in: The Realm of The Fringe.
It amazes me that the issue of Bible translation is constantly in a state of flux. Every time one turns around there is some new something that has been found and discovered that will bring us closer to the actual words of God. I’m so glad I got off this squirrel cage.
Now mind you, if you’re going to proclaim yourself a proponent of the King James Bible you should get ready for a barrage of criticism. (It’s almost as bad as saying you’re “Messianic.”)