All Scripture should be read according to it’s meaning and not according to our imaginations. When Scripture is hard to quickly comprehend we tend to bring our own imaginations into it. Iron sharpens iron means that Scripture sharpens Scripture. We must look at The Scriptures being lived out. We must not just take a sentence and declare what is it’s truth, but we must look to see if what our imagination thinks is true enough to align with the lifestyle that is being lived out in The Bible characters of that time period.
Remember Messiah and the Apostles lived Torah-observant lifestyles as seen in the Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles. As they lived Torah-observant lives, they would have taught believers/Notzerim to live accordingly. They attended Synagogue on Sabbath, ate a clean diet (kosher) and observed Rosh Chodesh and other appointed Festivals. Mk 6:2; Lk 4:16, Acts 13:42, 44; Deut 14:3-21; Col 2:16-17.
The Scriptures state that the Eternal Father gave His Torah Teachings/Instructions Mouth to mouth to Moses at Mt. Sinai. His teachings are for all believers. Num 12:7-8; Ex 12:49; Lev 24:22; Num 9:14; 15:15-16, 29.
Repent for following traditions taught by man rather than the Torah Teachings of our Father. In Mark 7:7-9, Messiah said to leaders,
In vain do they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men. You leave the Commandment of Elohim and hold to the tradition of men. He said, ‘You have a fine way of rejecting the Commandments of Elohim in order to establish your traditions!’
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