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First, let me be 100% clear on the intention of this post. Though it may offend some, my hope is that it will honestly inspire you to look deeper into your beliefs. Please realize that it is my goal to walk in the Torah as we are instructed, “You are to talk about them when you sit at home, when you are traveling on the road, when you lie down and when you get up.” Deut. 6:7.
Over the last few years, my family and I have been on a journey to be Torah-observant. What does that mean, exactly? Walking in the footsteps of the Word made flesh, our Messiah. But, that’s “Jesus”, isn’t it? As I understood it to be growing up in a Christian home, yes. Jesus is the son of God. He is the foretold Messiah. In our journey, we began to turn back to the Hebrew mindset, versus the Greek mindset. After all, the Scriptures were written in Hebrew (even early manuscripts that are found to be translated to Greek) for the Hebrews.