Ready Answers to Commonly Misunderstood Passages

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But sanctify YHWH, the Messiah, in your hearts,
and be ready to make a defense to all,
who ask you a word concerning the hope of your faith,
with meekness and fear;
(1Kefa 3:15)

What Do You Mean… “Works of the Law”?

What Do You Mean… “Under the Law”?

Matthew 5:17 What Do You Mean…. “fulfilled the law”?

Matthew 11:28-30  Is the Torah an Unbearable Yoke?

Matthew 15:1-9 (Mark 7:1-13) Traditions of Men

Matthew 21:33-43 The Parable of the Wicked Vinedressers

Mark 7:19  Are all foods clean?

Acts 10 Kefa’s Vision

Acts 15 Gentiles and Circumcision

Acts 15:10-11  Is the Torah an Unbearable Yoke?

Acts 20:7  Meeting on the First Day?

Romans 2:28-19 Circumcision of the Heart

Romans 7:1-4  Freed from the Torah or Freed by the Torah?

Romans 8:1-9  Is the Torah Weak and of the Flesh?

Romans 10:4  Is Messiah the End of the Law?

Romans 14

1Corinthians 7:18-19 Should an Uncircumcised man Remain Uncircumcised?

1Corinthians 8 & 10  Meat Offered up to Idols

1Corinthians 16:2  Meeting on the First Day of the Week

2 Corinthians 3:3-6  The New Covenant

Galatians 2:3  Why Titus was not Compelled to be Circumcised

Galatians 3:23-29  Was the Law Only a Schoolmaster?

Galatians 5:2 Is there No Profit in Circumcision?

Ephesians 2:14-15  Was the Torah Abolished?

Colosians 2:11 Circumcision of the Heart

Colosians 2:14  Was the Torah Blotted out and Nailed to the Cross?

Colosians 2:16-17 Was the Torah Only a Shadow?

Philippians 3:2  Is Circumcision Mutilation of the Flesh?

1Timothy 5:1-5 Did Elohim Create all Foods for Use and Thanksgiving?

In Defense of the Book of Hebrews

Hebrews 7:12  Was the Torah Changed?

Hebrews 7:18

Hebrews 8:8-13 The New Covenant

Hebrews 10:1  Was the Torah Only a Shadow?

Hebrews 10:5-11  Was Messiah the Final Sacrifice?

 Revelation 1:10   The First Day of the Week?

 

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