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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

Summary

Introduction

This is a site summary of very important truths that we have or will be covering in the near future. Stick with us for a moment as we use the common sense, reason and logic of Scripture to see if what we are being taught is actually true.

Our religious leaders are teaching us things that are impossible to be true and we will prove it, quickly and easily, in this summary. What they teach us, doesn't even make sense and we will show why it can't be true.

We restore the true names of the Father and the Son as written in the original Hebrew and Aramaic Scriptures. In most Bible translations, their names have been deleted, and replaced with man-made titles, from their own word over 7,000 times. This is a big part of the lies that we inherited (Jer 16:19) and will be exposed for those that have a love for the truth.

We address this to anyone who loves our Creator, and the truth of His word, His ways and His name. Our goal is to show THE WAY as revealed by the Messiah so that we all live in blessings and favor as He promised those who follow His teaching and example. 

Unfortunately, it has become a religion about the Messiah but not from Him or of Him. He said HIS WORDS will judge us on the last day (John 12:48). If we are wise, we will hear and obey His teaching (Luke 6:46-49) and example (Luke 6:40) to live by every word of the Father (Matt 4:4, Deut 8:3) as He did (John 15:10). And not twist Paul's writings to justify our rejection of our Savior's Word as Peter warned us about (2 Peter 3:16-17).

The Messiah did not come to create a whole new religion. He lived and taught His Father's instructions from beginning to end. He gave us this example to follow (John 13:15) and we can choose to follow Him and His teaching and example or go our own way. But, He is THE WAY… (John 14:6). What He did is what we do.

As with the Savior, our focus is on the instructions (law) of His Father given through Moses, the Torah, which is the first five books of the bible (Matt 5:17). In Hebrew, the Torah (mistranslated as law) means teaching, instruction or the way. This instruction, from our Father in Heaven to His children, is the foundation on which all other scripture is built and based upon. And if we do not understand the Torah, as most don't, then we are going to misunderstand a lot and be easily led astray.  

We have been led to believe that we don't have to follow or obey the Father or the Son's teaching or example. Even though that is exactly what they instructed us to do. We have inherited this false teaching (Jer 16:19) that started in the first century. We were warned about these false teachers and their critical errors continue today.

One of our main focal points is on the writings of Paul because he is very hard to understand as Peter warned us (1 Peter 3:16-17). And false teachers primarily use his letters to justify their anti-Messiah message. 

Paul is teaching us to obey the Torah (law) everywhere (Rom 2:13, 3:31, 7:1) but most don't understand that. There are so many layers of false teaching about him and we will break down each one and provide the truth he was trying to teach us. And that truth was to imitate him as he imitated the Messiah (1 Cor 4:16-17, 11:1, 1 Thess 1:6). And we can't imitate someone without trying to do EXACTLY what they did and said.

Before we expose all the false teaching about Paul, we have to make it very clear that there never has been, or ever will be, 2 different sets of laws for Jews and Gentiles. Scripture repeats this FACT everywhere. There is one law for everyone (Ex 12:49, Lev 24:22, Num 9:14, 15:14-16, 29). Period.

Peter confirms this by saying there are NO differences between Jews and the Gentiles in the very same chapter false teachers use to say there are 2 different sets of laws (Acts 15:9). No distinction. Zero difference.

In Acts 15, at least 20 years after the cross, Peter tells the Gentiles to start by keeping these important parts of the law first (Acts 15:20). Notice Peter is teaching them to obey the law here with dietary laws, sexual laws and idolatry laws. Then he continued to teach them to obey the law again (Acts 15:21) by saying the Gentiles will learn the rest of the law of Moses as they go because it's being taught every Sabbath. Also notice that he is teaching Gentiles to keep the 7th day Sabbath here. Why not Sunday? Just keep reading and you will see.

We also are taught that if the Messiah was talking to Jews then His teaching was for them only and not Gentiles. If that's the case, then virtually everything the Savior said and did does not apply to Gentiles because He was always speaking with Jews except on very rare occasions.

Paul himself also says, multiple times, there is no difference between us (Romans 3:22, 10:12, 1 Cor 12:13, Col 3:11). No difference means no difference. There are not different laws for Jews and Gentiles. What part of this do we not understand?

Paul

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.

In the last 8 chapters of Acts, Paul continues to passionately deny 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.

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.

Paul is very misunderstood and his writings are twisted and distorted, by ignorant people, into an anti-Messiah, lawless message that Peter warned us about (2 Peter 2:2:1-3, 3:16-17). 

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.

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.

Paul is teaching 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). We are not under the penalty of death, which is a small portion of the law outlined in curses (Deut 27-28).

Sin was nailed to the cross (Col 2:13-14, Isaiah 53:6, 1 Peter 2:24), not the Father's set-apart, righteous and good law (Rom 7:12) that Paul delighted in (Rom 7:22). That doesn't even make sense. Do we nail righteousness and goodness to the cross? Why would WE do that because He certainly didn't. He nailed our debts to the cross to bring peace with our Father. Why would He nail our Savior's teaching and example of righteousness, that He told us to follow, to the cross? Really?

The Greek word "Dogma" in verse 14 means MAN-MADE ordinances, decrees, teachings, traditions, or laws that happen to be the context of the chapter (Col 2:8, 14, 22) and has nothing to do with the laws of the Father. Dogma is used in verse 22 and several times in Scripture. It is always used to describe man's rules and traditions not the Torah of our Creator. 

Paul also teaches us, in Colossians chapter 2, that our Creator's Sabbath, Festivals, Dietary laws and Calendar all point to THINGS TO COME. Shadows are dark pictures and outlines that give us a general idea of what is coming in the Kingdom but not the whole picture with all the details. We are told that the assembly (body of Messiah) will judge us in these matters as outlined in the written law, not outsiders.

-Let no one therefore judge you in eating or in drinking, or in respect of a festival or a new moon or Sabbaths, which are a shadow of WHAT IS TO COME – but the Body of the Messiah (Col 2:16-17).

We see this same prophecy listed in Isaiah. We will be keeping the law of Moses in the world to come. The end is the beginning and the beginning is the end. It's also an exact mirror of Revelation 21. And all flesh means everyone.

-For as the NEW HEAVENS and the NEW EARTH that I make stand before Me,” declares יהוה, “so your seed and your name shall stand. And it shall be that from New Moon to New Moon, and from SABBATH to SABBATH, ALL FLESH shall come to worship before Me,” declares יהוה (Isaiah 66:22-23).

Our Savior redeemed us from the curse OF the law (Gal 3:13). Notice he didn't say the law IS a curse. That's what false teachers say but that's not what the verse says. Paul is actually saying that the law has curses in it, as a penalty for our disobedience to it as the law describes. A very small portion of the law (Deut 27-28) contains curses and what our Savior became for us as our substitute and set us free from the death penalty (curse) of the law. Again, we are not under the penalty of death for our sin. We are not under the law of sin and death (Rom 8:1-2).

The freedom in Christ (Gal 5:1) that we have is that Yeshua Messiah became the curse (death penalty) that we deserved because of our sin. Because of our transgression of the law (1 John 3:4-8). We are not freed from obedience to the law or that would be and is an anti-Messiah teaching and example message. Yeshua set the captives free from the death penalty of the law we deserve as punishment for our rebellion (Luke 4:18, Isaiah 61:1). Not the whole law, just the part that condemned us to death (Rom 8:1-2).

The Jews, in the book of Galatians, were trying to rely on their own imperfect obedience to the law and rejecting the offer of grace and perfect righteousness of the Messiah. Paul, is teaching that IF we are trying to declare ourselves righteous and trying to earn our own salvation with our own flawed obedience to the law, THEN we have cut ourselves off from the Messiah and fallen from grace (Gal 5:4) because we are refusing His deliverance and trusting in our own. 

It's a continuation of the same teaching in the 2nd chapter where Paul says that we are not declared righteous by our own works or obedience of the law but through belief in the Messiah (Gal 2:16) and His perfect righteousness. He is not saying we are not to obey the law or that's an anti-Messiah message. We will not save ourselves by doing it unless we do it perfectly (James 2:10).

And it is righteousness when we obey ALL these commands of the Father (Deut 6:25). And Master Yah Yeshua did obey ALL and was declared righteous and we didn't and we are not righteous. So, we look to Him for our salvation because He is our righteousness that brings peace and reconciliation with our Father (2 Cor 5:17-21). 

Otherwise, Paul is saying that if we follow our Savior's teaching and example that He told us to do (Matt 4:4, 5:19), then we cut ourselves off from Him and have fallen from grace. That makes ZERO sense. But, that's what we are taught to think.

The word "covenant" has been erroneously added in Hebrews (Heb 8:7) by translators "to help us understand" but it completely distorts the truth. And why "covenant" is usually, in most bibles, in italics to show it is not in the original texts. If we were to add anything, the "High Priesthood" would be the correct words to add in this verse not the word "covenant". "For if that first _______ had been faultless, then no place would have been sought for a second."

The context of Hebrews chapters 5-8 is about a new Heavenly High Priesthood and it's change because the previous Earthly one was weak, sinful (Heb 5:2-3, 7:18, 27-28) and at fault (Heb 8:7). The Father's set-apart, righteous, good and perfect law of truth was not at fault. That's ridiculous. The sinful High Priesthood was the problem, not the perfect law or the covenant (Psalms 19:7), because they had a number of very serious problems and were leading the people astray.

The former High Priesthood (Heb 7:12) was changed and the High Priesthood command was set aside (Heb 7:18), which is a small portion of the law, not the whole law of Moses. This was also prophesied (Zech 3-6). The High Priesthood was done away with and it's set of instructions in the law giving it power, not the whole law. The old High Priesthood is what was growing old and near disappearing (Heb 8:13). The temple was destroyed (and the High Priesthood disappeared) by the Romans, in 70 C.E., just a short time after it was prophesied by Paul in this verse.

Paul would also be a liar, hypocrite, sinner, false teacher, and contradictory to the Father, the Son and himself if he was doing or teaching anything contrary to the Messiah or the law of Moses.

The Messiah

He taught us to love His Father with all our heart, being and might (Matt 22:37, Deut 6:5) and to love our neighbor as yourself ( Luke 10:27, Lev 19:18). This is a summary, by Messiah Yeshua, of how to love our Father and our neighbor and the details of how you love them, are outlined in the law and the prophets. Notice that He was asked what are the GREATEST commandment, NOT what were the ONLY commandments as false teachers tell us (Matt 22:36).

Also, the very definition of loving our Creator, as outlined in Scripture, is obeying His commandments. We don't love Him if we don't obey the Law given through Yeshua and Moses. 

-For THIS IS THE LOVE for Elohim, that we guard His commands, and His commands are not heavy (1 John 5:3).

-If you guard My commands, you shall stay in My love, even as I have guarded My Father’s commands and STAY IN HIS LOVE (John 15:10).

Which ones do we guard, keep and obey? All of them. Live by every word we possibly can. It's the same message from beginning to end of Scripture. 

And, if our Savior was teaching there are only 2 laws now, then He completely contradicts what He says everywhere else. Because, earlier in the same book, He has already told us to LIVE BY EVERY WORD of the law quoting directly from the law (Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4, Deut 8:3). So which one is it, because it can't be both. 

Again, our Savior brilliantly gave us a simple summary of His Father's instructions, given in 2 verses, to help us remember the most important attitudes that we should have. False teachers like to twist this verse into something it is not by isolating it as if it's the only thing the Savior ever said. To believe this false teaching, we have to completely ignore everything else He said and that's what we are taught to do.

The Messiah did not do away with the law and the Greek word for "fulfill" does not, in any way, mean that "He did it so we don't have to". Fulfill means to add to, to complete as in fill to full, perform or magnify (Matt 5:17-19). If we believe He is doing away with the law, then He is completely contradicting His Father and Himself in the previous chapter (Matt 4:4) and the next 2 verses (Matt 5:18-19) in addition to everything else He taught. 

Is our Savior confused or forgetful? Is He a rebellious Son who came to do away with His Father's commandments? Of course not.

We are instructed to follow the Messiah's teaching...

-But why do you call Me ‘Master, Master,’ and DO NOT DO WHAT I SAY (Luke 6:46)?

and example... 

A taught one is not above his teacher, but everyone perfected SHALL BE LIKE his teacher (Luke 6:40).

His teaching and example was to live by every word of His Father…

-It has been written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of Elohim (Deut 8:3, Matt 4:4). 

We have been fooled into believing we don't have to live by every word...

-Everyone who is transgressing and not staying in the teaching of Messiah does not possess Elohim. The one who stays in the teaching of Messiah possesses both the Father and the Son (2 John 1:9) 

By distorting Paul's writings…

-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).

Let us not say that we love the Messiah if we ignore His commandments. This is stated over and over and over again in John (John 14:15, 21, 23, 24)...

-If you love Me, you shall GUARD MY COMMANDS  

-He who possesses MY COMMANDS AND GUARDS THEM, it is he who loves Me. And he who loves Me shall be loved by My Father, and I shall love him and manifest Myself to him

-If anyone loves Me, he shall GUARD MY WORD. And My Father shall love him, and We shall come to him and make Our stay with him.

-He who does not love Me does not GUARD MY WORDS. And the Word which you hear is not Mine but of the Father Who sent Me.

And don't let us say that we have a relationship with Him or know Him if we don't guard His commandments... 

-And by this we know that we know Him, if we GUARD HIS COMMANDS. The one who says, “I know Him,” and does not GUARD HIS COMMANDS, is a LIAR, and the truth is not in him. But whoever guards His Word, truly the love of Elohim has been perfected in him. By this we know that we are in Him. The one who says he stays in Him ought himself also to WALK, EVEN AS HE WALKED (1 John 2:3-7).

We don't realize that we are being taught not to obey His commandments. We don't know or love Him if we disobey His teaching to DO and TEACH His Father's commandments.

-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). 

We have chosen to follow and embrace the traditions of men instead of Him and His Father's commandments.

-And in vain do they worship Me, teaching as teachings the commands of men. FORSAKING THE COMMAND of Elohim, you hold fast the tradition of men (Mark 7:7-8). 

The Messiah, in Revelation, teaches us through John to do 2 very important things. The remnant of Yisrael, are THOSE who keep the commandments of Elohim and possess the witness of Yeshua Messiah. 

-And the dragon was enraged with the woman, and he went to fight with the remnant of her seed, THOSE GUARDING THE COMMANDS OF ELOHIM and possessing the witness of יהושע Messiah (Rev 12:17). 

The set apart ones (Yisrael, remnant, saints) are those who keep the commandments of Elohim and have the belief in the Messiah 

-Here is the endurance of the set-apart ones, here are THOSE GUARDING THE COMMANDS OF ELOHIM and the belief of יהושע (Rev 14:12). 

This simple pattern is very clear. Yeshua also is very clear and repeats this again in His last message to all mankind. 

-Blessed are those DOING His (Father's) commandments, so that the authority shall be theirs into the tree of life, and to enter through the gates and the city (Rev 22:14). 

Obedience to His Father's commandments are not optional and are required to enter the Kingdom according to our Savior. He is instructing us from beginning to end, to live by every word (Matt 4:4) and do His Father's commandments (Rev 22:14). 

If we say the law doesn't apply to us then, we are saying that our Savior's teaching and example does not apply to us. That means His life, instructions and example are meaningless because He taught MAN to live by EVERY WORD of His Father (Matt 4:4) and we choose to reject His instructions and His example He said to follow.

The Messiah was breaking the Pharisees man-made laws, on purpose, not His Father's commandments, like we are taught, to make a point (Matt 7:7-8). Or that would make Him a sinner.

The Messiah couldn't have broken the law in any way, or He is a liar because He said He kept His Father's commandments (John 8:55, 15:10), a hypocrite because He said to live by every word and didn't (Matt 4:4), a sinner because sin is defined as transgression of the law of Moses (1 John 3:3:4-8) and would not be the blameless, spotless lamb to be sacrificed for anyone. He also would become a false teacher (Deut 18:20) and prophet in addition to being completely contradictory to His Father, Paul and Himself.

The Messiah's instructions to live by every word of His Father's instructions (Matt 4:4, Deut 8:3) completely destroys the false teaching that unless a law isn't repeated in the Newer Testament from the Older Testament then it can be ignored. That heresy has no scriptural basis in fact and could not be more contradictory to everything the Messiah stood for.

The Father

We have been led to believe that our Father's instructions, to His children, don't apply to us and that we are better off without His teaching and it's a burden on us. Notice that was, and is, the same strategy that Satan used to deceive in the Garden of Eden (Gen 3). Think about that for a moment.

His Torah is Scripturely defined as righteous, set apart, good, spiritual (Rom 7:12, 14) and perfect among other things we are called to be.

The Father and Son are one in purpose, mission and message. His whole ministry was teaching and living the Torah (law) of YHWH spoken through Moses. 

The Son is the exact image and representation of the Father and could not have been contradictory in any way to His Father or His teaching (Heb 1:3, Col 1:15, John 12:45, 14:9).

The Father and the Son had the exact same message. As did Paul. Yeshua said this is NOT my teaching but my Father's teaching (John 7:16-17). He said these are NOT my words but my Father's words (John 12:49). Yeshua, our Savior, said this same thing 20 plus times in the book of John (John 8:28, 14:24, 17:8). His Father's words and teaching are the same it has always been...the instructions (law) He put in Moses' mouth. 

Our Creator also says he doesn't change His ways and is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow (Mal 3:4, Psalms 89:34, Heb 13:8, James 1:17). His instructions are a reflection of His character, His nature, His very essence. 

His Word, His instructions stand forever (Isaiah 40:8, 1 Peter 1:25, Psalms 119:89, 152). And why His Son was teaching us to live by every word of His Father's commandments from beginning to end of His earthly ministry.

The Father speaks and progressively reveals his Torah (wisdom and knowledge) through his chosen ones. The Father puts His words and teaching in the mouth of His prophets and teachers and did the same thing with Moses, Yeshua and Paul. This is prophesied (Deut 18:15-19) in the law about Yeshua and verified by Peter, with a very serious warning carried forward for us to listen to His Son because we will be held accountable (Acts 3:22-23), and Stephen before he was murdered (Acts 7:37).

They are not too hard to do as false teachers say. Actually, Scripture says just the opposite. John says they are not a burden or too heavy (1 John 5:3). The Dead Sea Scrolls say that His commands are "not too hard for you" (Deut 30:11).
We may not be able to do it perfectly like Yeshua but that doesn't mean we don't try. 

The True Name

We are instructed to use the true name of the Father YHWH (Ex 3:15) and to restore what has been deleted out of His own word over 7,000 times. We are strictly warned to not add to or take away anything from His word. (Deut 4:2, 12:32, Rev 22:18-19). Especially His very own name. He didn't do it so we know who did. Who's side are we on?

We are instructed to love, think about, praise, worship, exalt and proclaim the Father's name as our Savior did (John 17:6, 26, Heb 2:12)

The 3rd commandment (Ex 20: , Deut 5:11) warns that YHWH will punish those that bring His name to nothing, ruin, or destruction. Which is a more accurate translation of this verse. And there is no better way to destroy it than to completely delete it from His very own word to us. 

We should use the true name of the Messiah Yeshua and restore the name above all names (Phil 2:9) and the only name of salvation (Acts 4:12).

We are to use and restore His name and true titles like Elohim (Mighty Ones) and El Shaddai (Almighty Mighty One) and not speak man-made titles that originate from the names of other pagan gods (Ex 23:13).

Blessings!

The Way Team

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