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Top 5 Reasons Why We Are Being Lied To About Paul

Key Points Understanding the truth about Paul is very simple. But we have to understand the law of Moses first. This is the main reason we go wrong. Because Paul is referring back to it and is saying the same thing 100 times in 100 different ways. It all goes back to the Torah. But we are not being taught this because it destroys the false teachers narrative. Paul is very misunderstood and his writings are twisted and distorted, by untaught people, into an anti-Messiah, lawless message that Peter warned us about (2 Peter 2:2:1-3, 3:16-17). (1) In the last 8 chapters of Acts, Paul continually and passionately denies teaching against the law, in multiple ways, in several courts. (Acts 24:13-14, 25:7-8). This is completely ignored by false teachers because it doesn't fit the false narrative that he taught us not to obey the law. (2) Paul, along with the witnesses of James and a large group of Jerusalem elders, strongly deny the false accusations that he is doing or teaching anything a

Mindblowing Facts: Things No One Will Tell You About Paul

Key Points


-In the last 8 chapters of Acts, Paul denies teaching against the law of Moses in any way, shape or form. He repeats over and over that he is being falsely accused in multiple courts of law (Acts 21-28). This one fact, proves that we are being lied to by our religious leaders about Paul. They should know this. It's in Scripture for a reason. But, we are taught to ignore it. False teachers never bring it up or teach it because it completely destroys the false narrative they preach.


-James, leader of the Jerusalem assembly, and a large group of Jerusalem elders back up Paul on this. They are very strong witnesses that Paul is being falsely accused of preaching against the law. They testify that he obeys the law of Moses and is not teaching against the law in any way (Acts 21:18-24).


-Paul, in the first century, was being falsely accused, by believers of Messiah, of teaching against obedience to the law of our Creator given through Moses. We are doing the same thing today, but for very different reasons. He was very misunderstood both then and now.


-Peter warns us that Paul is hard to understand and false teachers distort or twist his writings to their own destruction. He says it's a delusion or error of the LAWLESS. The LAWLESS word, in the original language, literally means WITHOUT THE LAW of Moses (2 Peter 3:16-17).


-Paul teaches us to obey the law over and over (Rom 2:13, 3:31, 7:1, 8:7). He is very clear on this. He teaches us that the law of Moses rules over a man as long as he lives. And the doers of the Law of Moses are declared righteous. He said we don't do away with the Law of Moses because of the Messiah. In fact, He said we are to uphold the Torah.


-Paul teaches us to imitate him as he imitates the Messiah who obeyed the law (1 Cor 11:1, 4:16-17, 1 Thess 1:6)). So it's impossible for him to be doing or saying anything other than what the Savior did and said.


-Paul is teaching us that we have been freed from and are not under the death penalty, that is outlined in the law because of our sin against it. Because our Savior paid the punishment that we deserved for breaking the law. 


-Paul is saying the same thing 100 times in 100 different ways. We have been FREED from and RELEASED from the penalty of death. We are NOT UNDER the condemnation of sin (Rom 8:1-2) unless we keep sinning (Heb 10:26-31) which is described as transgressing the law of Moses (1 John 3:4-8). 


-Because the wages of sin is death (Rom 6:23). He paid the penalty of sin, which is death. We are set free from this curse of death which is a small part of the law outlined in Deuteronomy 27-28. Our Savior became the curse of death for us. He did it so we don't have to. He died in our place. He did not obey the law so we don't have to obey the law. That's absurd because that would contradict His whole teaching and example He told us to follow.


-Paul can't be teaching that we are released from obedience to the law or that is an anti-Messiah message and a completely contradictory teaching to everything else in Scripture.


-Paul is teaching that the freedom we have in Messiah is freedom from the judgement or death penalty of the law, not the law itself. Because of our Savior's sacrifice, we are set free from the PART of the law that condemns us to death. Not the WHOLE law. He paid our penalty so, now, we are set free from the curse, judgement, condemnation, punishment or penalty outlined in the law that held us captive and that's the bondage, captivity, slavery we are freed from. And what both Paul and Messiah are plainly teaching (Luke 4:18, Isaiah 61:1).


-If Paul is teaching against the law then he is a liar, a hypocrite, a habitual sinner, a false teacher and completely contradictory to himself, the Father and the Son (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3).


Deeper Study


Peter sternly warns us that Paul is hard to understand and is easily misunderstood. And untaught, ignorant lawless people are twisting or distorting his writings, in error, to their own destruction. This is very serious business.


-as also in all his letters, speaking in them concerning these matters, in which some are HARD TO UNDERSTAND, which those who are UNTAUGHT and unstable TWIST to their own DESTRUCTION, as they do also the other Scriptures. You, then, beloved ones, being FOREWARNED, watch, lest you also fall from your own steadfastness, being led away with the DELUSION of the LAWLESS (2 Peter 3:16-17). 


Peter is sternly warning us that our salvation is at risk if we get Paul wrong. Especially if we teach this error of the LAWLESS. Beware teachers. If anyone is teaching against obedience to the law of Moses then, according to scripture, they are in very serious trouble and it's only a matter of time before they understand this more fully.


-Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, knowing that we shall receive greater judgment (James 3:1).


People misunderstood Paul then and we are doing the same thing today. But for very different reasons. The first century followers of the Messiah were zealous for the law and were taught to love and obey the Father's set-apart, righteous and good instructions. 


-...You see, brother, how many thousands of Yehuḏim there are who have believed (in the Messiah), and all are ardent for the Torah (Acts 21:20).


That was a good thing back then that Paul, James and all the Jerusalem elders rejoiced over. But obedience to the law of Moses has become an evil thing and avoided today because of the false teachers that came in to distort the truth. We are a product of all these lies that we inherit (Jer 16:19).


We are taught the opposite of what the Messiah and all his followers taught and are told it doesn't apply to us.  Because there are 2 sets of race-based laws which is another layer of false teaching on top of this one. 


Paul said he was being all things to all people to win them over. (1 Corinthians 9:19–23). Which means that he was relating to them in ways they knew and understood. 


But false teachers turn that statement into something it's not and basically accuse him of manipulating and tricking people. As if he was pretending to be something he was not. Making him into a con artist that is playing people to win them over to Messiah with his obedience to the law. That's sick, twisted and ridiculous. That teaching is a horrible insult to one of the great men of Elohim. This next scripture completely destroys the false teaching that he was a master manipulator seeking to please men.


-For do I now persuade men, or Elohim? Or do I seek to please men? For if I still pleased men, I should not be a servant of Messiah (Gal 1:10).


False teachers are so desperate to do away with the law that they twist and distort everything. They have to or they can't explain why Paul is teaching and living the law of Moses as his example, that we are to imitate, all throughout Acts. Paul was simply obeying Torah and living by every word just like his Savior said and did. And he told us to imitate him as he imitated the Messiah. 


This isn't complicated and shouldn't take a lot of thought. They are all teaching us to do the same exact thing from Genesis to Revelation. Live by every word. Satan is doing everything he can to get us not to live by every word. It's very simple. We have all been deceived by the god of this world (Rev 12:9).


If Paul is anti-law, then he is also anti-Messiah. And then he clearly contradicts both himself and the Messiah's teaching and example that he said he followed and imitated. Paul teaches us to imitate him as he imitates the Messiah who obeyed the law. So it's impossible for him to be doing or saying anything other than what the Savior did and said. The following verses are outright lies if we believe what false teachers tell us about Paul.


-BECOME IMITATORS OF ME, AS I ALSO AM OF MESSIAH (1 Cor 11:1).


-Therefore I appeal to you, to BECOME IMITATORS OF ME. For this reason I have sent Timotiyos to you, who is my beloved and trustworthy son in the Master, WHO SHALL REMIND YOU OF MY WAYS IN MESSIAH, AS I TEACH EVERYWHERE in every assembly (1 Cor 4:16-17).


-And YOU BECOME IMITATORS OF US AND OF THE MASTER, having received the word in much pressure, with joy of the Set-apart Spirit, SO THAT YOU BECOME AN EXAMPLE TO ALL… (1 Thess 1:6-7).


Paul teaches us to obey the law over and over. Is he psycho? Is he both anti-law and pro-law at the same time? Is he confused? Or is he just trying to manipulate us? No. He is preaching and teaching the exact same message that the Father and the Son taught...to live by every word of the Law of Moses.


He says that the DOERS, not the hearers, of the law of Moses are justified, declared righteous, are saved. We have to just rip the following verse out of the Bible if  we want to feel good about our disobedience. You never hear this verse accept to explain it away as if Paul isn't really saying what he is really saying. He could not be more clear.


-For not the hearers of the Torah are righteous in the sight of Elohim, but THE DOERS OF THE TORAH SHALL BE DECLARED RIGHT (Rom 2:13).


Paul also says that we don't do away with the Law of Moses, just the opposite, we uphold it. We establish it. This statement stands in the face of false teachers, so they completely ignore it. They repeat, over and over, that we are not under the authority of the law (Rom 6:14) which would be diametrically opposed to this verse and thousands more. So, is Paul confused and on both sides of the same issue? No, we are misunderstanding Paul as Peter warned us about. Otherwise, he is preaching an anti-Messiah message. Paul is saying we are NOT UNDER the curse, judgement, penalty, condemnation or punishment of death outlined in the Law because of our disobedience to it (Rom 8:1-2).


-Do we then nullify the Torah through the belief? Let it not be! On the contrary, WE ESTABLISH THE TORAH (Rom 3:31).


Paul says that the law rules over a man as long as he lives. How much more clear could he be. We will be judged by the Law of Moses that we continue to avoid as much as possible.


-Or do you not know, brothers, for I speak to those knowing the Torah, that THE TORAH RULES OVER A MAN AS LONG AS HE LIVES (Rom 7:1)?


Paul teaches us that the law of Moses is set-apart, righteous, good and spiritual. These are biblical definitions of the Law of Moses that are used all over Scripture. We are not these things, that He calls us to be, if we choose to say it doesn't apply to us and reject it or pick and choose what parts we want to obey.


-So that the Torah truly is SET-APART, and the command set-apart, and RIGHTEOUS, and GOOD (Rom 7:12).


-For we know that the Torah is SPIRITUAL, but I am fleshly, sold under sin (Rom 7:14).


But if I do what I do not wish, I agree with the TORAH THAT IT IS GOOD (Rom 7:16).


Paul states that he delights in the law. Just like the Messiah and David did. He said to imitate him as he imitated the Savior. So, we are also being taught to delight and find great joy in our Father's wisdom, knowledge and understanding that is outlined in the Law of Moses. Not find ways to ignore and get around it as we are taught to do.


-For I DELIGHT IN THE TORAH of Elohim according to the inward man (Rom 7:22).


Paul warned us that whoever doesn't submit, yield or obey the Law of Elohim has a fleshly, evil mind and is a hostile, rebellious enemy of Him. The reason they can't obey the law of Moses is because they have a carnal, worldly mindset.


-Because the mind of the flesh is enmity towards Elohim, FOR (because) IT DOES NOT SUBJECT ITSELF TO THE TORAH of Elohim, neither indeed is it able (Rom 8:7).


Coming into Jerusalem from his 3rd missionary journey, Paul is falsely accused of teaching against the law (Acts 21:21). In response, he passionately DENIES teaching anything against the law with his testimony in several courts, in 10 different ways, in Acts 21-28. He even takes a very serious Nazarite vow with a sacrifice, as outlined in the law, to prove it.


James and the Jerusalem elders also strongly witness and testify to us that Paul is NOT teaching against the law. And they ask him to take a vow to PROVE to everyone what they already knew to be true. In case anyone doubted his denial, which we obviously still do today.


-And on the following day Sha’ul (Paul) went in with us to Yaʽaqoḇ (James), and all the elders came. And having greeted them, he was relating one by one what Elohim had done among the nations through his service. And when they heard it, they praised the Master. And they said to him, “You see, brother, how many thousands of Yehuḏim there are who have believed, and all are ardent for the Torah, “But THEY HAVE BEEN INFORMED ABOUT YOU THAT YOU TEACH ALL the Yehuḏim who are among the nations TO FORSAKE MOSHEH, SAYING NOT TO CIRCUMCISE the children NOR TO WALK ACCORDING TO THE PRACTICES. “What then is it? They shall certainly hear that you have come. “So do this, what we say to you: We have four men who have taken a vow. Take them and be cleansed with them, and pay their expenses so that they shave their heads. AND ALL SHALL KNOW THAT WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN INFORMED ABOUT YOU IS NOT SO, BUT THAT YOU YOURSELF ALSO WALK ORDERLY, KEEPING THE TORAH  (Acts 21:18-24).


In addition to the Jerusalem leadership, Paul completely rejects all false accusations that he is teaching us not to obey the instructions of our Creator. He defends himself several different ways in the last 8 chapters of Acts. To prove beyond any doubt that Paul is not anti-law, Scripture specifically details the following for us...


Paul takes a Nazarite vow, that is straight out of the Law of Moses (Num 6), which also includes a sacrifice, to show how serious he is about his denial of any false accusation about him teaching or doing anything against the Torah law. Which is the Father and Sons instructions (Acts 21:23-26).


-Then Sha’ul took the men on the next day, and having been cleansed with them, went into the Set-apart Place to announce the completion of the days of separation – until the OFFERING SHOULD BE PRESENTED FOR EACH ONE OF THEM (Acts 21:26). 


States he is educated in and knows the exactness of the law and is passionate about Elohim. This is just another way Paul is defending his strict obedience to the law of Moses.


-I am indeed a Yehuḏi....having been instructed according to the EXACTNESS OF THE TORAH of our fathers, being ardent for Elohim, as you all are today (Acts 22:3). 


Says he has lived in good conscience before Elohim to this day. Obviously defending his keeping and teaching of the law to a court of Hebrews. 


-And Sha’ul, looking intently at the council, said, “Men, brothers, I HAVE LIVED IN ALL GOOD CONSCIENCE BEFORE ELOHIM UNTIL THIS DAY (Acts 23:1).


Paul also states that he is a Pharisee, which are the STRICTEST keepers of the law. Not once but 3 times. And you can't be one and teach against the law or you get stoned pretty quick. So, this is a huge personal witness of who he is and what he does. This cannot be ignored but it is.


-Men, brothers, I AM A PHARISEE, the son of a Pharisee (Acts 23:6).


-since they have known me from the first, if they wish to witness, that I lived as a Pharisee according to the STRICTEST SECT OF OUR OBSERVANCE (Acts 26:5).


-circumcised the eighth day, of the race of Yisra’ĕl, of the tribe of Binyamin, a Hebrew of Hebrews, ACCORDING TO TORAH A PHARISEE (Phil 3:5).

 

He continues denying teaching against the law and says they are unable to prove the charges against him. And that he worships the Elohim of his Fathers, believing EVERYTHING written in the law and the prophets. Hebrews act out their belief and this is just another way he is saying he is obeying the law of Moses in his defense against charges that he is not.


-NOR ARE THEY ABLE TO PROVE THE CHARGES of which they now accuse me. And this I confess to you, that according to the Way which they call a sect, so I worship the Elohim of my fathers, BELIEVING ALL THAT HAS BEEN WRITTEN IN THE TORAH and IN THE PROPHETS (Acts 24:13-14).


Again, if we just refuse to get it, Scripture clearly says again that the Hebrews are unable to prove the false charges that he was teaching or doing anything against the Law of Moses. He argued, in his defense, that he had done NOTHING against the law, the people or the temple.


-And when he had come, the Yehuḏim who had come down from Yerushalayim stood about, bringing many and heavy charges against Sha’ul, WHICH THEY WERE UNABLE TO PROVE, while Sha’ul said in his own defence, “NEITHER AGAINST THE TORAH of the Yehuḏim, NOR against the Set-apart Place, nor against Caesar DID I COMMIT ANY SIN (Acts 25:7-8). 


-And Sha’ul said, “I am standing at Caesar’s judgment seat, where I should be judged. TO THE YEHUDIM, I HAVE DONE NO WRONG, as you know well enough (Acts 25:10). 


And the preliminary verdict was that he was innocent of all the false charges. 


-and having withdrawn, they spoke to each other, saying, THIS MAN IS DOING NONE AT ALL DESERVING DEATH or CHAINS (Acts 26:31). 


He again restates his innocence in Rome.


-...Sha’ul called the leaders of the Yehuḏim together. And when they had come together, he said to them, “Men, brothers, though I HAVE DONE NONE AT ALL AGAINST OUR PEOPLE OR THE PRACTICES OF OUR FATHERS (Acts 28:17).


At some point we have to ask, what part of this don't we understand? Are we so brainwashed to ignore the obvious facts and evidence of Scripture? We were. 


Paul, in Romans 8:1-2, is teaching that NOW there is NO CONDEMNATION, for those who are IN Messiah (in His teaching and example). We are RELEASED and NOT UNDER (Rom 6:14) THE CONDEMNATION OF THE LAW. The same thing we have been set free from, the law of "sin and DEATH" which is the condemnation for sin. (Verse 2) Paul is saying the same thing 100 different ways.


-There is, then, now NO CONDEMNATION to those who are in Messiah יהושע, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. For the Torah of the Spirit of the life in Messiah יהושע has SET ME FREE FROM the Torah of sin and of DEATH (Rom 8:1-2).


There are different sections of any set of laws. Paul is not teaching that we are released from the entire law, just the part that condemns us to death. The curse of death is because of our sin. Because the wages of sin is death 


-For the wages of sin is death, but the favourable gift of Elohim is everlasting life in Messiah יהושע our Master (Rom 6:23). 


He is pointing to something very specific within the law. It's a small portion of the law outlined in curses for disobedience. We are freed from the punishment, the penalty of death for sin because the law has no remedy for us if we willfully transgress it. (Deut 27-28) If there is still a penalty, then the law is still in force. It isn't outlined anywhere else in scripture except the law.


The law of "sin and death" goes back to the garden. You eat of this tree (sin), you will surely die (death). The same instructions are detailed in the law where He sets before us the way of life and the way of death (because of our sin against the Law of Moses) 


-See, I have set before you today life and good, and death and evil (Deut 30:15). 


-...I have set before you life and DEATH, the blessing and the CURSE. Therefore you shall choose life, so that you live, both you and your seed (Deut 30:19).


-You shall also say to this people, ‘Thus said יהוה, “See, I set before you the WAY OF LIFE and the WAY OF DEATH (Jer 21:8).


Nothing has changed and why the Messiah is saying to LIVE “by every word”. And we LIVE as in our daily obedience and also as in our eternal LIFE. And why Paul is saying the “doers of the law are DECLARED RIGHTEOUS” (Rom 2:13). This is a life or death decision for us. And Satan has deceived a vast majority of people into choosing the way of death.


The freedom we have in Messiah is from the penalty of sin as described in the law, not from the authority or obedience of the law as we are taught. Or our Savior"s teaching and example is meaningless. Because He said to live by every word of His Father's commandments as He did, BUT WE DON'T HAVE TO. He said to follow His example, BUT WE DON'T HAVE TO. See the pattern here. 


Why? BECAUSE PAUL SAID WE DON'T HAVE TO. Or, that's what we are taught by false teachers to think. Because most people aren't really able to think for themselves anymore. Most don't know enough about scripture to challenge the false teachers that lead us astray. We just blindly trust them and do whatever we are told. And Satan is counting on that.


There is something very seriously wrong with the logic of what we are taught. It takes some time but if we meditate and pray on it for a while, we are allowed to see it. If we have a serious love for the truth and ask for it.   Using common sense and reasoning skills begin to reveal the truth using the facts and evidence of Scripture. But our Creator has to allow us to see.


We are freed (pardoned) from the punishment part of the law because He paid that penalty for us. He freed us from the curse of death, the death penalty for sin, outlined in the law. (Rom 6:23, Deut 30:15,19) 


So, Paul is teaching that the freedom we have in Messiah is freedom from the judgement of the law, not the law itself. Because of our Savior's sacrifice, we are set free from the PART of the law that condemns us to death. Not the WHOLE law. He paid our penalty so, now, we are set free from the curse (judgement, condemnation, punishment, penalty) outlined in the law that held us captive and that's the bondage, captivity, slavery we are freed from. And what both Paul and Messiah are plainly teaching (Luke 4:18, Isaiah 61:1).


Again don't forget that Paul says that we are hostile (enmity, enemy) to our Creator because we DO NOT SUBMIT or yield to His laws and we are not able to obey because we have a sinful, fleshly, worldly mind. (Rom 8:7)


If Paul is teaching or disobeying anything against the law then he would be anti-Messiah and a...


-A LIAR: Because he said the doers of the law are justified (Rom 2:13).


-A HYPOCRITE: Because he said we uphold the law (Rom 3:31) and doesn’t practice what he preaches. Saying one thing and doing another.


-A SINNER: Because SIN is defined as transgression of the law (of YHWH, of Moses) SIN IS LawLESSness. (1 John 3:4-8) Disobeying, transgressing the law is sin and the one doing sin is of the devil.


-A FALSE TEACHER: Because anyone teaching against the law is working lawlessness and is a sinner and of the devil (1 John 3:4-8).


-CONTRADICTORY: Because he would be both pro-law and anti-law. He would contradict himself, the Father and the Son (John 7:16-18).


Again, Paul teaches us to imitate him as he imitates the Messiah who obeyed His Father's instructions (the law) perfectly (1 Cor 11:1, 4:16-17). Otherwise, his witness here makes no sense at all. So, he CANNOT be doing or saying anything different or he is completely contradicting both himself, the Father and the Son who said to live "by every word" of (the law) of His Father.


-But He answering, said, “It has been written, ‘Man shall not LIVE BY bread alone, but by EVERY WORD that comes from the mouth of יהוה  (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3). 


And we know the Messiah's teaching and example, that Paul was imitating, was for us to obey the law. Or our Messiah is a liar (John 15:10), a hypocrite (Matt 4:4), a sinner (1 John 3:4), a false teacher (Deut 18:20-22) and contradicts both himself (Rom 2:13, 3:31, 7:1), and His Father.


We have inherited lies and there is no value in them. They do not profit us as Jeremiah prophesied about the last days.


-O יהוה, my strength and my stronghold and my refuge, in the day of distress the nations (Gentiles) shall come to You from the ends of the earth and say, “Our fathers have inherited only falsehood, futility, and there is no value in them (Jer 16:19).


We inherit worthlessness because we reject our Savior's teaching and example. But, if we choose, we can be a big part of the restoration of truth in these last days and be blessed beyond our wildest dreams.


-Whoever, then, breaks one of the least of these commands, and teaches men so, shall be called least in the reign of the heavens; but whoever does and teaches them, he shall be called GREAT in the reign of the heavens (Matt 5:19).


Anyone that thinks we can continue to disobey the Father and the Son's instructions is greatly deceived. We are in trouble if we believe that we can continue to break the law without consequences because the Messiah died for them. 


And we are warned, with some of the most serious language, about this very thing. SIN is scripturally defined as breaking the law of Moses (1 John 3:4-8). And Paul has some very strong words for anyone that continues to break the law.


-For if we SIN purposely after we have received the knowledge of the truth, THERE NO LONGER REMAINS A SLAUGHTER OFFERING (Messiah) FOR SINS, but some fearsome anticipation of judgment, and a fierce fire which is about to consume the opponents. ANYONE WHO HAS DISREGARDED THE TORAH OF MOSHEH DIES without compassion on the witness of two or three witnesses. How much worse punishment do you think shall he deserve who has TRAMPLED THE SON OF ELOHIM UNDERFOOT, counted the blood of the covenant by which he was set apart as common, and insulted the Spirit of favour? For we know Him who has said, “Vengeance is Mine, I shall repay, says יהוה.” And again, “יהוה shall judge His people.” It is fearsome to fall into the hands of the living Elohim. (Heb 10:26-31)


But there is no sacrifice for us if we keep on sinning, which again, is defined as breaking the law of Moses (1 John 3:4-8) and anyone sinning (breaking the law) is of the devil (verse 8). Scripture is very clear on this and specifically defines what sin is. Do we choose to ignore this?


-Everyone doing sin also does lawlessness, and SIN IS LAWLESSNESS...THE ONE DOING SIN IS OF THE DEVIL… (1 John 3:4-8).


Anyone transgressing the law of Moses is of the devil. That should help us understand that our Creator isn't joking around about our obedience to His commandments. Satan has deceived us into believing that our Creator's instructions are optional or that we can just pick and choose the ones we like. 


Or even worse, they are a burden on us and our Father's commandments are a curse and we cut ourselves off from the Messiah and have fallen from grace if we obey them. That sounds Satanic because it is. The evil one has manipulated us into believing we don't really have to obey the Messiah's teaching or follow His example of obedience to His Father's instructions.


Why? BECAUSE PAUL SAID SO. Paul has become the god of our religion. But it's a twisted, distorted false teaching about Paul. Paul would be very sad to know what we have done with his teaching.


We don't obey the Father or the Son because they are telling us to obey the law of Moses. We reject that message and mock and ridicule the ones that do. 


We don't follow the Messiah, we follow Paul. Why? Because he said we are NOT UNDER the law. We like that message a whole lot better. We like to hear that because we don't want to have to live with a bunch of rules. We just want to be free to do anything we want, anytime we want to do it. 


Actually, we have become our own god. The god of me. So, now, all those rules don't apply to us. It applies to them but not us. It's a nice little religion we have created for ourselves, that gives us false hope and security with false teaching from false teachers. It's very dangerous and the days of honoring ourselves will soon come to an end.


False teachers avoid the truth about Paul and few actually read Scripture for themselves so they will go a whole lifetime in the dark. Beg and plead for the truth of this message. We must hunger and thirst for it with all our heart. 


As these last days unfold, start to cling to what the Savior said and did. Imitate Paul as he imitated the Messiah. Start to keep the Sabbath, Appointed Times and Dietary laws they kept in obedience to the Father's commandments. Let us start to live by every word we can. This is what sets us apart from the world as a sign that we are His people.


Please let us pray with all our heart that He will allow us to see the truth of His Word. Whatever that may be. If we really, really want to know the truth, He will give it to us if we have the right attitude towards Him and His word.


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Key Points -Our Creator says, everywhere in Scripture, there is only one set of instructions for us and that MAN, as in all mankind, is to live by every word of His instructions (Deut 8:3, Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4). -Our Creator also says he doesn't change His ways and is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow (Mal 3:4, Heb 13:8). -Moses said over and over that there are no differences between the people and there is only one law for everyone (Ex 12:49, Num 9:14, 15:14-16, 29, Lev 24:22).  -Peter says there are no differences between Jews and the Nation's (Gentiles) in the very same chapter false teachers use to say there are 2 sets of laws (Acts 15:9). -Paul himself also says, multiple times, there is no difference between us (Romans 3:22, 10:12, 1 Cor 12:13, Col 3:11).  -False teachers say Jews and Gentiles are treated differently so they can teach that our Creator's righteous instructions (Rom 7:12, Deut 6:25) don't apply to them -False teachers twist Paul's writings

Why And How We Are Being Taught Not To Obey The Messiah's Teaching

Key Points -Twisting and distorting Paul's writings is the favorite way to get us away from obeying our Savior"s plain and simple instructions. (2 Peter 3:16-17) -Peter warned us about the false teachers who would deny (contradict) the Messiah and deceive us (2 Peter 2:1-3, 19) into believing His words don't apply to us. -Yeshua said man (as in mankind), are to live "BY EVERY WORD" of His Father (Matt. 4:4, Luke 4.4 quoting the law of Moses in Deut 8:3) Anything else contradicts this teaching and is literally an anti-Messiah false teaching.  -We are taught to pick and choose what words we want to live by. Because they say if it wasn't restated in the Newer Testament that it doesn't apply to us. We are taught that His teaching was only for the Jews. But is that actually true? -On judgement day we will all bow before the Messiah ( Phil 2:9-11). We dare anyone to tell the King of the Universe that His instructions don't apply to them. We dare anyone to