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  Is the Passover greater before or after YahuShua????

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Yeshua is our Passover (1Cor. 5:7) and the Lamb slain from the foundation of the earth (Rev. 13:8)

 

So nothing change as to the greatness of Passover.

I suppose ultimately everything, regardless of itself, is greater "after Yeshua (after his resurrection)", due to forgiveness being more effectively attainable.

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?


If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

What are you saying?
"WHY do (who?) put more emphasis on the Torah"

Who are you referring to?
As for "Torah resurrected", I assume you're referring to Yeshua.
Yeshua, in your view, is apparently being emphasized more than the books of Moses, and detrimentally so (am I interpreting you correctly?).  The Protestants, Catholics etc are probably the guilty party in your view.  I would agree; the son is being worshiped in place and instead of the Father, which is a latter-day idolatry foreshadowed in the days of Hezekiah, by the worship of the Brazen Serpent (as Yeshua cryptically refers to as having been "lifted up" as himself).





sevynn leverette said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

 

 I do not take Torah out of context, my statement is clear and concise. the question isa still the same is following YeweShua different than following the Torah, some believe so and teach it as if it is a doctrine.

 

Is Passover greater now? 

 

YeweShua clearly states it is better to not see and believe, demonstrated by Avraham who was confirmed in right-ruling,

 

Shalom

the passosver didn't change.  sprit is better than flesh, but flesh and spirit are essential.

Your statement is not clear and concise, as I have no idea what you're saying.
Couldn't you at least comment on my last post, whether it was in our out of context?

What are you saying?
"WHY do (who is the subejct?) put more emphasis on the Torah"

In case you can't tell, I'm quoting something you said, and asking for a clarification.
Who or what is the SUBJECT that "puts more emphasis on the Torah" ?

As for your repeated question whether the passover is "greater" today, as opposed to 2000 years ago; well, that's up to you to judge I guess, it depends on what template you're using, what you're comparing to.
There is a passover that is coming, that is certainly greater than even the exodus from Egypt; when the 144,000 will leave this Babel to prophecy to the world.



sevynn leverette said:

 

 I do not take Torah out of context, my statement is clear and concise. the question isa still the same is following YeweShua different than following the Torah, some believe so and teach it as if it is a doctrine.

 

Is Passover greater now? 

 

YeweShua clearly states it is better to not see and believe, demonstrated by Avraham who was confirmed in right-ruling,

 

Shalom

 

  Some teach, believe, and place more emphasis on "Torah in the flesh" over the Torah? How does this confuse you?

 

   Shalom

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 because written torah is the word of G-d; but the resurrected One is the Personal Image of his Father.  certainly the Author can be more important than his biography.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

i will answer this question if you can show us that "presently you are seeing the Person of the Resurrected One." if not then all of us here are just hearing testimonies and believing, the way Avrahom avinu heared His thunder (G-d) and believed in Him.

 

 


sevynn leverette said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

Thank you for your confirmation, i see you fall the cateory i asked about, this is truly a retorical question!

 

  Shalom 

beryl etanah said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 because written torah is the word of G-d; but the resurrected One is the Personal Image of his Father.  certainly the Author can be more important than his biography.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

i will answer this question if you can show us that "presently you are seeing the Person of the Resurrected One." if not then all of us here are just hearing testimonies and believing, the way Avrahom avinu heared His thunder (G-d) and believed in Him.

 

 


sevynn leverette said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

Great answers.

The Living Torah is greater than the written Torah, because the indwelling of the Living Torah is necessary to even understand the written word to begin with.
You can only understand, appreciate and obey the written word if the Living Word is within you, making it happen.


beryl etanah said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 because written torah is the word of G-d; but the resurrected One is the Personal Image of his Father.  certainly the Author can be more important than his biography.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

i will answer this question if you can show us that "presently you are seeing the Person of the Resurrected One." if not then all of us here are just hearing testimonies and believing, the way Avrahom avinu heared His thunder (G-d) and believed in Him.

 

 


sevynn leverette said:

 

 If YahuShua is our foundation from the foundation of the earth, WHY do put more emphasis on the Torah resurrected in the flesh rather than the Torah.

 

 Is it not better to;

 NOT see and believe, than to see, feel, touch and believe, as Avraham was accounted right-ruling for his obedience to the Torah instructions?

 

 The Torah of YEWE is perfect converting the soul, the witness of YEWE is sure makin wise simple!

 

 Seems as if David disagrees with your assessment.....

 

  Shalom

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