… there is only one God
Who will justify the circumcised by faith
and the uncircumcised through that same faith.
What happens to the person who lives and walks by the Law of God as found in the Tanakh? It doesn’t matter if they have chosen to live their lives by laws and the keeping of festivals, as long as they have faith. But this seems to be a big problem for a great number of Christian denominations. They believe that to have faith in Yeshua means to abandon an honourable heritage – and in the instance I am particularly addressing, to give up living as a practising Jew – and live according to what they have determined is the way to walk out a life of faith. The Jew who has faith knows that they are saved by faith in God. What s/he then continues to do is to do all things by faith to honour God – including living and walking by the Law of God and keeping festivals established by God Himself.
Christians had better get a grip on what they demand of others, when they themselves practice institutions laid out by God two millennia ago. What does it matter how a person honours God through faith, as long as they honour God! Messianic Judaism is a reality and Christians would serve themselves better to be found a bedfellow of Messianic Jews than to be in relationship with those who do not have faith in God-come-in-the-flesh, Yeshua Ha’Mashiach, in common – specifically not to be found a part of ‘Chrislam’.
Turn, check yourself – who are you a bedfellow with – support those who live by faith in Yeshua Ha’Mashiach and who continue to honour God as they have done for well over three millennia.
The Lord is coming!