Torah and Grace

Yeshua said these words:
If you love me, keep my commandments. John 14:15

Most Christians think that Torah means "the law" and is a biblical list of do's and dont's. Torah comes from the Hebrew word "Yarah" which means "teaching or instruction". Yeshua is the living Torah. The torah is the way, the truth, and the life. The Torah is the Will of God. The Torah is likened to water, milk, honey, wine and a hidden treasure. Yeshua is the Lawgiver and we show our love for Yeshua by following His Torah and keeping His commandments (John 14:15). What is the “Torah”? Which part of the Bible is it? Why is it taught in parables and what are its synonyms and representation? In order to see who Yeshua truly is, we must first see Him in the Torah. Yeshua who is the one who gave us the Torah at Mt Sinai!

Christianity teaches Torah OR Grace. In this teaching series, you will learn that BOTH Torah and Grace has been from the beginning. They are twins which go with each other. You can't have one without the other. What IS the Torah? Should Christians keep the Torah? Is it Torah OR Grace? Or YES and BOTH?  Listen in as Eddie delves into this topic and learn more!