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One of the issues confronting Messianic Judaism is their relationship to the Torah and to the Rabbinic Customs of the Jews. There are two tensions that confront Jewish Believers in Jesus. In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus says:“Do not think that I have come to destroy the Torah and the Prophets. I did not come to destroy, but to fulfil. Amen, amen, I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, one yod and one tittle shall not pass away from the Torah until all is fulfilled. So whoever breaks the least of these commandments, and teaches men to do so, shall be called least in the Kingdom of the Heavens. But whoever does them and teaches he shall be called great in the Kingdom of the Heavens.”Some Believers read these words to say that since Jesus fulfilled the whole Torah that the Torah is no longer required of the Believers. Others read these same words and believe that the Torah is still required of the Messianic Jews.In this book I examine every reference to the Torah in the New Testament and explain what is taught from the context of the passage. My goal is to give clear directions to the Jewish Believers as to their relationship to the Torah.The seven chapters cover the following issues:Chapter One – The Acts of the ApostlesThe New Extends the OldThe Hour of PrayerDaily in the TempleObedient PriestsThe First MartyrArise, Peter, Kill and Eat!EnvyHow Can a Gentile Be Saved?Paul and the Nazirite VowA Time of TransitionThe Early Life of PaulAnanias the DevoutThe Latter Life of PaulChapter Two – What do you know about Jesus?The Name of JesusThe BabePurificationChildhoodBaptismOrdinationThe Hope of IsraelThe LightThe ComforterThe Lord’s PrayerBeatitudes versus TorahThe Heaven, the Earth, the TorahJesus’ Stricter TorahBlood and the GarmentKeeping the SabbathSabbath Days’ JourneyAscension SabbathThe Passover SederThe Sleep of WineChapter Three - Eternal CovenantsThe Same, Yesterday, Today and ForeverWhat is a Covenant/Testament?Two Types of CovenantsThe Primary CovenantsThe Requirements of a Primary CovenantThe Covenant with NoahThe Beginning of the New CovenantThe Covenant at SinaiConclusions Concerning Primary CovenantsThe Secondary CovenantsAbraham and His DescendantsShewbreadEternal Priesthood of PhinehasThe Covenant with DavidThe Renewed Covenant with IsraelThe Restoration of the CovenantThe Covenant of RestorationG-d never Breaks a CovenantChapter Four - Perpetual StatutesThe Feast of PassoverThe Fast for AtonementThe Feast of BoothsThe Feast of ShavuothJesus Celebrates ShavuothAaron’s FamilyThe TempleThe Covenant with SaltThe Law of FoodChapter Five - Romans and the LawI Hope to See You in PassingPronouns in the Letter to the RomansThe Jews Were FirstWhat Advantage Does the Jew Have?Of What Good is KnowledgeHe is Not a Jew That is One OutwardlyOutward Piety vs. Real HumilityIs the Law Nullified by FaithAbraham - The Father of All Who BelieveTorah Brings GraceWhat Controls YouThe Torah is Holy and SpiritualDisobedience and MercyChapter Six - Galatians, Who Has Envied You?Where is Galatia?The Theology of the Letter to the GalatiansPeter Holds Himself AloofRighteousness is Not Through the TorahChrist Became a Curse for UsIs the Torah Contrary to the Promise?The Torah Our TutorThe Heir; From Slave to SonThe AllegoryThe Question of CircumcisionChapter Seven - Concluding CommentsPurposeTemple RulesJesus the JewCovenant RelationshipSin and SalvationThe Gentile and the Torah