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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

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 against the law of Moses (Acts 21:18-26). This one fact alone, is major scriptural proof and evidence that utterly destroys the false teaching that Paul is preaching against the law.


(3)


Paul said to imitate me as I imitate the Messiah (1 Cor 4:16-17, 11:1, 1 Thess 1:6). Paul could not make this statement if He was teaching or doing anything different from the Messiah.


(4)


Paul has to be psycho or confused if we believe he is teaching anything against the law because he would be both pro-law (Rom 2:13, 3:31, 7:1, 12, 22, 8:7) and anti-law (Rom 6:14, 7:6) at the same time.


(5)


Paul also claims that he is a Pharisee, which are the STRICTEST keepers of the law. Not once but 3 times (Acts 23:6, 26:5, Phil 3:5). And you can't be a Pharisee and teach against the law. So, this is a huge personal witness of who he is and what he does. Which is to keep and teach obedience to the law of Moses, not the opposite. This cannot be ignored and disregarded, but it is.


Conclusion


Paul is teaching, over and over, that we have been set FREE FROM and are NOT UNDER (Rom 6:14) the death penalty of the law. We have NOT been freed from obedience to the law. We have been freed from the punishment of death, which is the condemnation of the law.


Rom 8:1-2 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. 2 For the torah of the Spirit of the life in Messiah יהושע has SET ME FREE FROM the torah of sin and of DEATH.


We are not under the penalty of death anymore, which is a small portion of the law outlined in curses (Deut 27-28). We have been set free from this small part of the law that condemned us to death. Because the Messiah paid our penalty that we deserved.


Deut 30:19 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,


Jer 21:8 You shall also say to this people, ‘Thus said יהוה, “See, I set before you the way of LIFE and the way of DEATH.


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