This from

This from Donna Teague

“As I read scripture in his Hebrew Roots version, I continue to be amazed. Thought you like to check it out. Maybe you might like to post his website info for the Bibles (all are free except the physical copy which he doesn’t push at all).

(there is a) pdf version of this Bible for your convenience but
here’s where you can get it free in just about any electronic form you wish or order the physical copy: http://www.coyhwh.com/en/bible.php

I have down loaded the pdf – But I must caution you; as good as this may be; I have not completely read this version so my caution to you is across the board – be aware

This version of Gal.3;17,18 & 19 does make the effort to at least insert ‘(Levitical) law’

This is also among other Jewish/Hebrew Roots that rush to translate all occurrences of “law” in the NT to “Torah” trying to add ‘clarity’ no doubt – but – nonetheless add a definition convoluted challenge. The NT ID’s 19 categories of law – so we have 19 different Torahs? This just adds exacerbation to an already confused situation.

These all may contain other issues as well as nuggets of wisdom – Use caution and discernment

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If any one is interested and is able

If any one is interested and is able

I and my wife and a few friends this Shabbat December 27th
will be at

Remnant of Truth Congregation

This is their announcement

Shabbat shalom! Remnant of Truth Congregation is pleased to announce that beginning on December 27th our new place of teaching and fellowship will be at: 9503 E. Slauson Ave. in the city of Pico Rivera CA every Saturday at 2pm. Hope to see you all there!

PS Bring a dish for Oneg Fellowship after service

UNTIL THE SEED

UNTIL THE SEED

In his article – UNTIL THE SEED SHOULD COME by Dr. Daniel Botkin

“… So obviously some of the Torah’s commands are still binding for Christians. And, according to Galatians 3:19, part of the Torah was meant to last only “until the Seed should come.” The Big Question is: Which part of the Torah was meant to last only until the coming of the Seed? Who gets to decide which Torah commands Christians can ignore and which ones they should still obey? And what is the basis for determining whether a commandment is abolished or still binding? The anti-nomian view cannot answer these questions.”

Daniel Botkin is correct “The anti-nomian view cannot answer these questions.” However; the answer Daniel Botkin seeks – The answer all the name HR presenters should seek – The answer all Bible preachers and teachers should seek – is found at the ‘rightly dividing’ point of the Levitical vs the Melkizedeq Priesthood. So; “Who gets to decide…”? Torah! TaNaK and the NT/NC – Yahweh!

Who can intelligently ignore this? – NO One !

2Cor.3:11 ‘… that which is passing away was glorious, much more that which remains is glorious’.

2Cor.3:13 ‘… the children of Israel could not steadfastly look to the end of that which is abolished:..’

You may remember from “The Rightly Dividing Point” dealing with ‘remain’; that we have a problem. “We intelligently know that ‘remain’ cannot be ‘remain’ unless it was established before – Right? But by the same token there is no awareness sense to use ‘remain’ as an informational marker in a sentence unless something did not ‘remain’ – Right? What we now have is a ‘both-and’ situation not an ‘either-or’; we have to use discernment. For that we must let the Bible interpret itself. The Apostle Paul is an indispensable resource, for he deals with these Gospel-Torah matters guided by Yahshua (Gal.1:11-12) studied for three years (v:18).”

The Apostle/exPharisee Paul is demonstrating something very profound; a mid position – The Church is incorrect to say, hold to & teach that ‘it all changed’ for the positive side of ‘remain’ does not allow for this to be true. Some thing/s does/do continue that was established before. Before the Birth, Death and resurrection of Yahshua Messiah.

The Jews (on the other hand) including Hebrew Roots, Messianic, etc. are also incorrect to say, hold to & teach that ‘nothing has changed’ for the negative side of ‘remain’ does not allow for this to be true either. Some thing/s does/do NOT continue that were established before.

This is further evidenced by;

Gen 49:10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, *until* Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.

Ezk.20:24 Because they had not executed my judgments, but had despised my statutes, and had polluted my sabbaths, and their eyes were after their fathers’ idols. 25 Wherefore I gave them *also* statutes that were ~Not~ good, and judgments whereby they should ~Not~ live;

In his Book – The New Covenant Validates Torah: A Response to Christianity’s Assault …
By John K. McKee

“… Now we quote Hebrews 7:18-19 from the Complete Jewish Bible;

“ Thus on the one hand, the earlier rule is set aside because of its weakness and inefficiency (for the Torah did not bring anything to the goal); and, on the other hand, a hope for something better is introduced, through which we are drawing nearer to God” (CJB)

Concerning this verse, Stern states, “a reason for the transformation of Torah” (v:12) is that the Levitical Priesthood set up by the Torah in the form that Moses received it from God was based on a rule… concerning physical decent from [Levi’s} son Gershon in the case of [priests] in general and from Gershon’s great grand son [Aaron] in the case of the [High Priest]. While [Phinihas], [Aaron’s] grandson, was given the covenant of the everlasting priesthood’ (Numbers 25:13). {Yahshua} by himself has an everlasting priesthood by the power of an indestructible life… This sets aside the need for a system of passing on the priesthood from generation to generation as is stated explicitly in [Hebrews 7:23-25]”

1st of all this Jewish/Hebrew Roots knee-jerk rush to translate all occurrences of “law” in the NT to “Torah” trying to add ‘clarity’ is nonetheless a definition convoluted mess. The NT ID’s 19 categories of law – so we have 19 different Torahs? This just adds exacerbation to an already confused situation.

However this McKee quote of Stern does reveal an excellent point;

Yahshua (The Melkizedeq High Priest) by himself has an everlasting (Melkizedeq) priesthood by the power of an indestructible life… This sets aside the need for a (Levitical) system of passing on the priesthood from generation to generation as is stated explicitly in [Hebrews 7:23-25]”

Heb 7:18 For there is verily a disannulling of the commandment <entole> going before for the weakness and unprofitableness thereof. 19 For the law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope did; by the which we draw nigh unto Yah. (KJV)

the commandment <entole>

1785. entolh entole, en-tol-ay’
from 1781; injunction, i.e. an authoritative prescription:–commandment, precept.

The “injunction” / commandment – The “authoritative prescription” to preserve life – included none other than Num.3:12 (Levitical system) brought about by the ‘Gold Calf’ Ex.32 (see v:10) Covenant breach of the (Melkizedeq) ‘Book of the Covenant’ of Ex.19:5 thru 24:8