Psalm 119 is about loving God’s Torah, His statutes, commands and precepts. It is broken up into sections with strange looking words or letters which are the Hebrew alphabet. In the Hebrew Scriptures, each line of each section starts with a word beginning with this letter. This is called an acrostic poem. Each Hebrew letter also has a word picture associated with it giving greater meaning and symbolism to each line of the specific letter-ed section.
The first time I heard someone state, “The Jews don’t need Yeshua, they have Torah,” a dagger stabbed my heart. For it is only through the blood of the greatest Jew who ever lived that has redeemed me from a life of sin, given me abundant life now and the hope of an eternity in God’s coming Kingdom. A statement like this is anti-semitic at its core and a doctrine of demons. It is a heresy that eventually leads to a denial of Yeshua as the promised Seed to redeem this dying world. This is what the Adversary desires; the removal of Yeshua from the good news of victory over sin and death!
he Ten Commandments are listed below using the Hebrew word picture and include new testament Scriptures proving that all of the Ten Commandments were reiterated by Yeshua or the apostles in the New Testament.
What is it about Judaizing, legalism and the so-called ‘Galatian error’ that incites people to react so defensively toward a non-Jewish believer who desires to obey God’s commands out of a heart of love, commitment and devotion?