Q="How do you turn your back on the one who brought you to the dance?"
Ans: If he is naturally UNGRATEFUL. In the end of the party that man will return to his table and swallow what he vomited.
The Need for A Yeshua':
Brethren, imagine how onerous and expensive is Torah keeping today if Yeshua did not make it affordable. A woman in Puerto Rico who has given birth to a daughter must, after the days of impurity, offer the prescribed offering in aretz. To do this she needs first to apply for a passport and book a flight to Tel Aviv or Yerushalyim, consider how much this travel costs, and arriving in Yerushlyim buy two pigeons for the sacrifice. But even if two pigeons are easier to get than the flight ticket still she cannot offer one because there is no bayit miqdash standing today, thus, she will never be technically purified at all!
It is almost impossible to be "righteous" in Torah keeping today because of the lack of "sacrifice". There has to be a sacrifice. There has to be a means of it, not because I insist but because IT IS SO COMMANDED IN TORAH! and if I want to keep it COMPLETELY I must seek to complete my actions too. There is no amount of rabbinic responsa that can outweigh my natural "guilt" if I turn away from "a possible" means when one is freely obtainable nearby.
At least today I feel I have complete righteousness, both technically and halachically speaking. I might not be a christian, I may not be a notzri and the rabbis may no longer call me a Jew, but at least I have found the simplest way to be able to get nearer to 613 than I was before. Baruch Hasheym!
Q="My prayer is that G-D will protect us, give us true answers and wisdom to handle all the anti missionaries, to separate truth and lies."
Ans: You have the right to say that "prayer" now; while my brethren have the right to counter the missionaries, this is needed in order to preserve Judaism; BUT to separate truth and lies requires "correct thinking and correct reasoning" the very stock that civilization is perennially impoverished! Only the Spirit of G-d can do that in the minds of men.
As for me, I don't care if my brethren will never find Moshiach until the moment they meet Him face to face the Last (remaining) Day ba'atzmak, I have no missionary appetite, my obsession is to remember, to keep, and to observe His mitzvot, not some, but all of it.
For me, the problem isn't Yahshua: it's Paul.
I am finding more and more lately, that people will openly acknowledge that Yahshua did not come to abolish the Torah, that He kept it perfectly, but rather that it was Paul/Shaul who, by his own arbitrary decision making, "set us free" from the Torah! Those who misunderstand Paul fall into two camps: first, some are deluded into thinking that he preached against Torah (false). The second camp recognizes the (apparent) contradiction between Yahshua and Paul (as he is traditionally taught by Christianity), and reject Paul's writings altogether. One group makes Paul their "god", the other discredits him as the genuine apostle / rabbi / Torah teacher that he is.
Other than that, I agree 100% with the things you are saying. Torah leads and guides us on paths of righteousness.
You are so right, Paul is the problem, some say he was teaching from a talmudic, or mishnah state of mind, some say he was speaking against the oral law, to me, if someones letters are that hard to understand, they are not that important. There are many former messianics who are leaving Torah because Paul said we were free from the Torah, so who konws, to me, I stay away from Paul, and his writtings.
IMHO, there is nothing that can make "Shaul" writings a problem as long as we recognize him the way he wanted to be: That he is a minister sent to the Gentiles (as Kefa & Co were to the Jews) and in that mission he has peculiar need of teaching the Besurah.
As a Jew I have no problem with Shaul writings: except the Letter to the Hebrews I simply just set them aside as one meant to be read by Gentiles. There is no sense in pursuing further, arguing, complaining why says he this and that, when he was simply talking to a different audience. Bear in mind that Shaul was meant to proclaim the Besurah to the gentiles not to proclaim Moshe (Torah), imagine how difficult it was, preaching to an empire immersed in idolatry; to this Shaul had the freedom to use whatever wisdom the Ruach HaQodesh endowed him along the way; for that Shaul deserves respect from both sides, the Jews and Gentiles. Why must Shaul talk about Torah before gentiles? Imagine the parody in the middle of anti-semitic empire. Torah "was" something unacceptable to the universe that time, and Shaul cannot simply gamble to hitch the Besurah into the fate of that scheme: he has to modify something: If we go over from Acts to Philippians thats what really occurred behind his preachings.
There is big difference between James and Shaul: the former was meant to rule the notzrim in Jerushalym, the latter to proclaim to the gentiles. Of course, the manner of teaching require different approach between the two audiences.
There is more advantage in keeping things simple. If the Letter is not meant for you don't read it.