Today I am going to address a road block that is getting in the way for many of you and keeping you from being able to see the truth that would set you free.

You are grounded in the belief that you were “saved” and therefore you cannot be wrong about subjects like Saul of Tarsus being a false apostle and other false beliefs that you hold onto.

You cannot accept the fact that you must walk in the Torah in order to enter into eternal life because you believe that Yehshua fulfilled the law so that you do not have to.

Today I am going to ask each of to you to step aside from your pre-conceived beliefs and examine them from the outside looking in.

Examine them from the viewpoint that you were created to be molded in His image.

I will start with the one that I just mentioned;

It is the belief that Yehshua fulfilled the law.

Here is the verse that people quote to say that He fulfilled the law;

Matt 5:17

17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law (Torah) or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.

The facts are of this verse are twofold;

One, He did not come to get rid of the Torah and two

He came to do something to it.

The King James says that He came to fulfill it.

But is this what was prophesied that He would do?

Isaiah prophesied;

Isa 42:21

21 YEHWEH is well pleased for His righteousness' sake; He will MAGNIFY THE TORAH, and MAKE IT HONORABLE.

This does not sound like He was going to “fulfill” it when He came.

This verse says that He would come and increase the Torah and exemplify its beauty.

The Geek word that they translated as fulfill is the word pleroo.

It means literally to cram full as in cramming a net or to level up or according to the Strong’s definition.

The Strong’s concordance also says that figuratively it means to furnish or to execute or to satisfy or to finish or to verify.

So according to man’s definitions, we could define this word in a variety of different ways as you can see.

We could say that He came to finish the Torah, or we could say that He came to verify it according to this definition.

We could say that He came to cram the nets full with the Torah or we could twist it to write it off and dismiss it and say that He died so that we do not have to keep it.

This is why we must let scripture define itself, especially with something as important as this.

Why not simply let Yehshua’s words speak for themselves in the same verses?

Here are the very next words out of His mouth;

Matt 5:18-20

18 Because truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will IN NO WISE pass from the Torah UNTIL ALL IS FULFILLED.

Now the King James translates a different Greek word as fulfilled.

This time it is the Greek word ginomai which clearly means made to be or cause to be or to become.

But let’s not lose focus on the rest of this verse either.

He says until heaven and earth pass away that not one dotting of an “i” or crossing of a “t” will pass from the Torah.

I am saying TORAH instead of law because it is clear from the prophesies in the Old Testament concerning then and now that He was referring to the Torah.

How can any of you legitimately refute this?

You have to lie to yourself to say that heaven and earth have passed away and that all has been brought to pass.

All has not been “made to be” yet. Yehshua is referring to a time when all will be either spirit beings or they will be dead.

The Torah is in place until this time, just as He said.

When this happens there will be a new heaven and a new earth.

Until then, the Torah is in place, no matter what the liar Saul of Tarsus said.

Does Yehshua leave it at that?

No, He hits this home even further in the next verse;

19 Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men like wises, he will be named least in the kingdom of heaven: BUT WHOSOEVER WILL DO THEM AND TEACH THEM, the same will be named great in the kingdom of heaven.

The depths that people will go to in order to uphold their false beliefs is incredible.

People want to use this verse to even say; “see, those who do not do the commandments and teach others not to do them will still be in the kingdom, He said so right here”

Really? Why not just read the next verse;

20 Because I say to you, THAT UNLESS YOUR RIGHTEOUSNESS EXCEEDS THE RIGHTEOUSNESS of the scribes and Pharisees, you will in no case enter into the kingdom of heaven.

In the previous verse Yehshua said that those who break even the smallest of the commandments and teach others that it is okay to break them will be called or named least in the kingdom.

He does not say that they will be there.

People want to read things into scripture to fit their beliefs.

Nor will keeping the commandments and teaching others to keep them get you there by itself either.

In the very next verses He goes onto magnify the Torah.

He says things like if you so much as look at a woman in a lustful way that is not your wife that you are guilty of adultery.

One guy wrote me the other day and said that Yehshua did away with stoning the adulterer.

Where did he read this? I sure don’t find such a teaching, at least not unless you read something into the verses where He told the woman that she was pardoned.

He looked into her heart and saw her brokenness and then He told her to go and sin no more.

To say that He did away with the punishment is saying that He lied because He said that He did not come to get rid of one punctuation mark of the Torah until all is made to be and heaven and earth pass away.

I have spoken about His pardoning this woman that was brought before Him for committing adultery in other segments.

This is a long way and a stretch from getting rid of one of His Father’s commandments.

This person also said that He got rid of the eye for an eye and the tooth for a tooth.

This is not true either, He rendered understanding to it because they were caught up in all of the physical judgments and did not understand the weightier matters of the Torah.

Also, He was magnifying the command to love one another and forgive one another.

As with most things, they had perverted this commandment of an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth and made it about exacting judgments.

The judgment that they had omitted that Yehshua was referring to with the weightier matters of the Torah was a different kind of judgment.

They had omitted righteous judgment that comes from above and that leads to damnation.

Look up the words; they are two different kinds of judgment.

They were full of man’s kind of judgment.

In the teaching of an eye for an eye, He was saying that look to forgive one another instead of looking for vengeance and He was bringing clarification to the Torah.

Vengeance belongs to His Father, yet in no way was He saying that a criminal does not need to be punished for his or her crime either.

The same goes with turning our cheek.

He was teaching His disciples a paradigm shift.

The entire Torah is given to us to teach us a paradigm shift.

At that time, they were so focused on the “dos and the don’ts” that they had lost focus on the intent of the Torah and what it was given to accomplish.

The Torah is perfect at converting our souls.

It was given to perfect us in His image.

If you want to believe that you do not have to keep that which sets us apart, then you simply do not believe your Messiah and His blood is none of yours.

Just consider why He hammered His disciples over and over about keeping the commandments the night before He was murdered.
Why did He do this?

He said, if you keep them, then you will have His Father’s spirit and IF you keep them, then He and His Father will continue in you and you in them.

He hammered this frontwards and backwards.

And you want to deny this just to hold onto your belief that you already have eternal life?

This is certainly very bold of you indeed.

Some of you claim that He was just referring to the 10 commandments or just two commandments.

I am not sure how you separate them out; I guess you pick and choose based on what you want to believe so that you can continue in your belief that you have eternal life already.

There are many other ideas that people have to justify why they think that they have eternal life.

I hate to use the word “saved” because Christianity has perverted what being delivered is into all sorts of false salvation doctrines.

Many believe in a once “saved” always “saved” doctrine

They believe in this false doctrine that says that once they have a conversion experience where they gave their heart to the Messiah, then they are good to go.

Part of the problem is they are giving their hearts to a messiah that is the product of the lies of men, plus their doctrine is in error anyway.

They get this belief from Yehshua’s statement;

John 6:38-39

38 Because I come from heaven not to do my own will, but to do the will of Him that sent me.

39 And this is the Father's will which has sent me, that of all which He has given me, I should lose nothing, but will raise it up again at the last day.

People need to start fearing losing out on eternal life enough to stop believing these false doctrines and they need to stop trusting in man’s translations.

The last part of verse 39 reads;

But this is the Father’s will that sent me; that none of these that He has given me will perish but I will raise them up again on the last day.

He is saying that it is His Father’s desire that not one would perish but that all would be resurrected to life.

But is this the same thing as saying that He would not lose one that He was given?

To think this in lieu of His other statements is insanity.

Why do we even have life in the flesh if this was the case?

As with all false beliefs, they deny why we were created.

Yehshua cautioned the saints to guard that which was given to them so that no one can take our crown.

Why would He say this if it was not possible for someone to take our crown?

His last recorded words after His resurrection that were recorded by John were admonishing Peter to keep following Him.

And He prophesied to Peter that he would be bound by another and led where he did not want to go.

If you want to hear more on this subject you can listen to the II Peter video.

The point is, Yehshua admonished us over and over again to hold fast and to be vigilant and on guard because we could get taken out.

This false once saved always saved doctrine keeps people from focusing on why we were created and how He accomplishes His purpose in us.

Plus the whole salvation process in Christianity is all twisted anyway.

Our conversion is not a onetime event, it is a process.

People that hold onto these false salvation doctrines claim that once Yehshua was killed, then everything changed.

Who taught this besides Saul?

The only thing that changed is He became the replacement for the need for the sacrifices but this too is conditional on our genuine repentance.

People want to say that since He became the substitute for the sacrifices that we are not under the Torah.

To say this is blasphemous.

All that you have to do is believe His words to prove that the Torah is in place.

Plus, His blood was shed so that the Torah could be written in our hearts.

Was it a different Torah that would be written in our hearts?

People want to separate the commandments from the Torah.

The commandments are part of the Torah, how do you separate part of it out and what scriptures do you use to support which ones?

There are none except Saul of Tarsus saying that the ordinances were against us and nailed to the cross.

The entire Torah is perfect and given to us to perfect us?

Even the sacrificial system was perfect because it was to not only point to Yehshua’s sacrifice, but also to teach us why transgressing the Torah carries the death penalty.

The sacrifices were to teach us to loath our transgressions and to magnify the importance of Yehshua’s murder so that we would not continue to transgress.

I have said before that the need for the sacrifices is still in place if you are trampling His blood underfoot.

Of course there is no temple and no priesthood to accomplish them but my point is His blood has not replaced them for you if you are not walking in the covenant.

People that think that the Torah is a burden simply do not delight in their Creator’s instructions and they do not delight in learning His perfect nature.

When Yehshua was referring to not getting rid of the law, it was the Torah that He was referring to.

The Torah includes His Father’s judgments, statutes and ordinances.

Why would He get rid of that which perfects us and sets us apart unto His Father?

Another verse that those who want to give themselves salvation apart from the Torah like to quote is;

Matt 22:40

40 On these two commandments hang all of the Torah and the prophets.

The two commandments being Love Elohiym with all of our heart, soul and mind and love your neighbor as yourself.

Maybe you should read this again. I do not see it saying that these two commandments replace the others.

I see it saying that they all hang from them.

It does not even say that they can all be summed up in these two, yet in a way they can be.

People read into it what they want; I’ll prove this with the following verses.

They quote verses like the following to say that we now have different commandments;

John 13:34

34 A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another IN THE SAME WAY that I have loved you, that you also love one another.

Is this a replacement commandment or an additional magnification of the commandment that we already have to love one another?

He is commanding us to love each other according to how He loved us.

It is new because He is magnifying it.

Later He ties it in with even giving up our lives for one another if need be because He said that there is no greater love than this.

In any case, a new addition to the commandments is not replacing the rest of them, to say so is crazy.

If this is your reasoning, then you would have to say that Yehshua got rid of the love Elohiym with all of your heart, soul and mind commandment here as well because this commandment is not mentioned in this verse either.

And this is exactly what Saul did do.

Yehshua addressed this again just a few moments later in the same night;

John 15:12-14

12 This is my commandment, that you love one another, IN THE SAME WAY THAT OR JUST AS I have loved you.

13 Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

14 You are my friends, IF YOU DO WHATSOEVER I COMMAND YOU.

Is this His only commandment that we have to do in order to be His friend?

If you say yes, then again, you have to throw out the love Elohiym with all of your heart, soul and mind and to do so would be insanity.

He said to do whatsoever He commanded He told us to live by every word that was spoken by His Father just as He did.

He lived by every word and He told us to do just as He did.

We are to follow Him.

Instead, most who make the claim that they are saved apart from walking in the Torah are following Saul of Tarsus.

The point is for all of you who claim that Yehshua’s blood is covering you without accepting the condition for it to be applied on your behalf; you need to ask yourself if you have not been doped by satan and his boy Saul into taking a jump from reality.

The condition that you must meet in order for His blood to be applied on your behalf is repentance which is turning from our path to His path.

His path is His torah.

Salvation or being sealed into His kingdom is not a one moment conversion experience.

As I said, it is a process that we go through where we embark on a journey with Him to be molded and fashioned in His image.

We grow in His likeness until we reach a point where He knows that no matter what, we want Him and His ways.

He allows for us to go our way and if we do, He simply gives us over to the captivity of satan’s prison camps until we turn back to Him.

For all of you who want to tell me how it is, I am telling you in the authority of “EL Shadai that I am speaking on His behalf.

I am telling you that if you believe that you had a real conversion experience where you gave your hearts to a make believe messiah that nailed his father’s statutes and ordinances and judgments to the cross, you lie to yourself and you are deep in the captivity.

One person told me that in these days it would be next to impossible to keep the feasts and such because so much has been lost.

He used the example of how there is so much confusion by different groups as to how the New Moons are determined and such.

I agree, there is allot of confusion but now He has raised one up from the captivity to speak on His authority.

Things are being restored; I suggest that you lay siege to them.

Another false doctrine that many believe saves them is confessing that Yehshua was YEHWEH in the flesh.

This is also insanity. You would have to say that Yehshua and His Father lied on several occasions to uphold such a doctrine.

This teaching comes from Saul’s teachings that Yehshua made all things and that He emptied Himself and such.

They also read into some faulty translations in John chapter one to uphold their pre-conceived beliefs.

All you have to do is understand what is true regarding this is believe YEHWEH when He said;

Matt 17:5

5 While he yet spoke, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them: and behold a voice out of the cloud, which said, THIS IS MY BELOVED SON, IN WHOM I AM WELL PLEASED; HEAR HIM.

He said for us to listen to His Son and He told us that Yehshua was His Son.

Why not just believe Him instead of believing the doctrines of men who do not even keep the commandments?

He told us to live by every word that has come from His Father’s mouth.

I will post a separate video on this subject but to say that Yehshua is His Father is blasphemous and it proves that you believe Saul and that you do not believe Yehshua and His Father.

If any of you want to hold onto the false idea that the Torah was done away with, you also have to throw out many prophesies for the end days because they talk about the reason for His coming wrath.

The reason that He is sending His wrath upon the scattered tribes of Israel is because they perverted His Torah and forsook it.

And you have to throw out many scriptures like the last verses of the Old Testament which said;

 Mal 4:4-5

4 Remember the TORAH of Moses my servant, which I commanded to him in Horeb for all Israel, WITH THE STATUTES AND JUDGMENTS.

5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of YEWHEH:

He has sent me in the spirit of Elijah to cry out to you to return to the path of the patriarchs and to turn your hearts to their hearts.

The lies will be purged out when Yehshua returns, so turn from them so that you won’t be purged out with them.