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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

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 say that He said there are ONLY 2 commandments (Matt 22:36) in very clear opposition to His simple instructions, in the very same book, to live by EVERY WORD of His Father (Matt 4:4).

-Our Savior said, If you love Me, you will keep My commandments (John 14:15). He also said man LIVES BY EVERY WORD of His Father's commandments. (Matt 4:4).

-John said that everyone who is transgressing and NOT staying in the teaching of Messiah, does NOT have Elohim. Whoever stays in the teaching of the Messiah has both the Father and the Son. (2 John 1:9).

Deeper Study

Should we obey our Savior's teaching? We would think that would be an obvious answer. Right? But, we are actually taught ways to get around obedience to His instructions. But we don't seem to realize that.

Do we dare to do almost the complete opposite of what the King of the Universe tells us to do? Do we even realize that is what we are doing? Do we realize that is what we are taught to do?

For instance, the one we say we follow tells all mankind to live by every word of His Father's instructions (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3) Are we doing that? Are we actually rejecting what He teaches us to do?

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?

Twisting and distorting Paul's writings is the favorite way to get us away from obeying our Savior"s plain and simple instructions. Peter warned us about the false teachers who would deny (contradict) the Messiah and deceive us (2 Peter 2:1-3, 19, 3:16-17) into believing His words don't apply to us.

Does that even make any sense? Why would we ever want to NOT do what our Savior asks us to do over and over? It's actually very foolish, especially when we consider His very plain and simple warning about WHAT will judge us.

-He who REJECTS Me, and does NOT receive My words, has that which judges him, the WORD that I have SPOKEN will judge him on the last day. Because I spoke NOT from Myself, but the Father, who sent Me, has given Me a command, what I should say and what I should speak. And I know that His commandment is eternal LIFE. Therefore what I speak, as the Father has said to Me, so I speak (John 12:48-50).

He goes on to say multiple times, in the book of John, that these are not My words but My Father's words. This is not my teaching but My Father's teaching (John 7:16-17). He is not teaching anything new. It's the same set of instructions it's always been. He is talking about the written law of Moses given from His Father. And He is saying that His words which are His Father's words, the hated law of Moses, will judge us. Like it or not.

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 say that He said there are ONLY 2 commandments (Matt 22:36) in very clear opposition to His simple instructions, in the very same book, to live by EVERY WORD of His Father (Matt 4:4).

The Savior is warning everyone that the excuses we use to justify our disobedience to His Father's commandments don't work now and they won't work on judgement day (Matt 7:21-27). Notice the wise DO His words and the foolish DO NOT. The Greek word ANOMOS (Verse 23) is most accurately translated as LAWLESSNESS which literally means "without the law of Moses". 

Who would be doing things in the Savior's name (Verses 22-23)? It's not Buddhism, Islam or Judaism because they aren't doing things in His name. The Messiah is talking about Christianity and all their justifications to explain away their disobedience to the law of Moses. The Messiah is saying to depart from Him because He never knew them. 

For instance, our Savior will tell people that He was never asked what are the ONLY commandments. He was asked what are the GREATEST commandments (Matt 22:36). Otherwise, He would be completely contradicting Himself and His Father and His whole life, His teaching and His example to live by EVERY word of His Father (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3) that He instructed us to follow.

Consider the following Scriptures. They were written a very long time after the cross. Which is just another false justification we are taught to say as we reject the Savior's instructions to live by every word of His Father (Matt 4:4).

-Everyone who is transgressing and NOT staying in the teaching of Messiah, does NOT have Elohim. Whoever stays in the teaching of the Messiah has both the Father and the Son. (2 John 1:9).

-If anyone teaches a different teaching and does NOT agree with the sound words of the Messiah and the teaching that accords with reverence, he is puffed up with conceit and understands nothing...(1 Tim 6:3-5).

-And by this we know that we know him, IF we keep HIS commandments. Whoever says “I know him” but does NOT keep his commandments is a liar, and the truth is NOT in him...(1 John 2:3-4).

Wow. This is some very serious language given as stern warnings if we continue to ignore and stand in defiance to the Messiah's teaching to obey His Father's instructions.

The Messiah himself said...

-Why do you call me ‘Master, Master,’ and NOT do what I tell you? Everyone who comes to me and hears my words and DOES them, I will show you what he is like…(Luke 6:46-49).

-If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word…(John 14:23).

-Teaching them (Gentiles in verse 19) to observe ALL things that I have commanded you...(Matt 28:20)

-Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does NOT obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him (John 3:36).

-I know your works. See, I have set before you an open door, and no one can shut it; for you have a little strength, have kept MY WORD, and have NOT denied My name (Rev 3:8).

So, we have clearly established that we are taught to obey His teaching. One major thing He taught us was to follow and imitate His example. (But we will cover that in another section).

So what did the Messiah teach us to do? 

-To live by every word of His Father's instructions (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3) 

-Whoever breaks even the least of His Father's commandments and teaches others to break them would be least in the kingdom (Matt 5:19).

-Whoever does and teaches His Father's commandments would be greatest in the kingdom (Matt 5:19). 

-And in vain they worship Me, Teaching as teachings the commandments of men. NEGLECTING the commandment of Elohim, you hold fast to the tradition of men (Mark 7:7-8).

-And I know that His (Father's) commandments are everlasting life. Therefore, whatever I speak, just as the Father has told Me, so I speak (John 12:50).

-What good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life? ...if you want to enter into life, keep the (His Father's) commandments (Matt 19:16-17).

We have to understand that we have inherited lies (Jer 16:19). And the biggest one is that we can ignore the Father and Son's teaching and example. That their instructions somehow don't apply to us.

We seem to forget that we are in a war with an enemy that is seeking to destroy us. We don't understand that he has deceived us into believing what will separate us from the truth of our Creator.

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 YHWH in Deut 8:3). Anything else contradicts this teaching and is literally an anti-Messiah false teaching. 

These are the first words of His ministry and the rest of his teaching and example has to be measured by this instruction. He wasn't confused or joking and anyone trying to get around His words is in for a big surprise. Live "by every word" meant the same thing in Moses day as in Yeshua's day as it does today. And Yeshua and his message to us is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow (Heb 13:8). 

He is talking to Satan, the god of this world (not Jews), about what all men (not only jews) should do (obey the law) to gain eternal life (Deut 30:19, Jer 21:8). Otherwise, His teaching does not matter because he was always speaking to Jews. His words (to live "by every word") will also judge us as a witness against us on judgement day (John 12:48-50). 

Live "by every word" is our Savior's same message from start to finish. His 
last plea to all of us at the end of Revelation is "Blessed are those DOING His (Father's) commandments". These will receive the tree of LIFE and enter the gates of the KINGDOM (Rev 22:14 KJVB). (Erroneous Greek translations change this verse to "Blessed are those who wash their robes"). 

In his Revelation through John he says 2 things separate his people from the world. Yisrael and the set-apart ones (saints) are "those guarding (obeying, keeping, doing, watching over) the commandments of Elohim and having the belief/witness of Yeshua Messiah (Rev 12:17, 14:12).

Again, our Savior warned us that only the ones "DOING the will of my Father in heaven" would enter the kingdom (Matt 7:21-27). That's the same will it's always been, obey the Father's commandments. And church people doing things in His name would be told to depart from him because they work LAWLESSNESS. Which literally means "without the law of Moses" and is the most accurate translation of the original language. The wise obey his words and fools do not and again it does not end well for them. He is the Rock. His teaching and example is what He says we are to build on (Matt 7:21-27).

So, are we supposed to obey the Messiah's teaching? You would think that would be a no brainer. Of course. But He said all mankind is to live by EVERY word of His Father (Matt 4:4). 

Are we going to follow that teaching and example? That's the biggest question we will ever answer. We can continue to ignore what He asks us to do. If we choose not to decide, we still have made a choice.

He taught that if we do not do what the Messiah says, then don't even bother calling him master because we are not his servants and it will not end well for the foolish (Luke 6:46-49). 

He also taught that we are liars and the truth is not in us if we do not obey his commandments which are the same as his Father's commandments. Also, are we refusing to follow His example and walk even as he walked which was living by every word? (1 John 2:3-4)

What did he teach us to do? Are we ignoring it or say his teaching doesn't apply to us or trying to get around His instructions with other Scriptures that very clearly contradict Him?

He said to live "by every word" of YHWH his Father, the Torah, the law of Moses. (Deut 8:3, Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4) Anything else is contrary to him and false teaching.

He said he didn't come to do away with the Torah or the prophets who were teaching us to obey Torah. He said not even the smallest letter of it was going away. And whoever breaks the least of his Father's commandments would be least in the kingdom and those doing and teaching them would be greatest. He told us that our righteousness, defined as obeying ALL these commandments (Deut 6:25), should exceed the religious leaders who were obeying Torah (Matt 5:17-20).

He said they worship in vain because they teach the commandments of men and their man-made traditions and ignore his Father's instructions. (Mark 7:7-8) As we do.

We say we follow the Savior's teaching and example. But, do we really do that? How can we follow someone we don't follow? How can we imitate someone we don't imitate? How can we say we follow someone's teaching if we refuse to do what they very clearly ask us to do and justify it in a myriad of ways.

So, let us not pretend that we are His servants if we refuse to obey his instructions (Luke 6:46-49). Let us not say that we know Him if we don't keep His commandments (1 John 2:3-7). Let us not say that we love Him if we refuse to obey His commandments (John 14:15, 21, 23, 24).

What does the one we supposedly follow say? Do we even care? We're taught to ignore His teaching. That His teaching doesn't even apply to us. And we are taught to justify that absurdity in multiple ways. 

What have we become? Where we can actually reject the one we say we follow. If we are opposed to our Savior's teaching then we are actually anti-Messiah. We need to take a serious look at what we believe to be true.

-Whoever does not love Me does not keep My words. The word that you hear is not My own, but it is from the Father who sent Me (John 14:24).

That's the law of Moses. Like it or not, that is what His true followers taught and did. Are we a true follower of the Savior?

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