Does it matter what we do?

29 April 2020

Series: Bible study

Does it matter what we do?

In Deut 27:26, we read, “Cursed is he who does not put the words of the Torah into practice.” The curse Deut 27:26 speaks of is found in Deut 28:15-68, where it details everything that will happen to a person who does not practice Torah. We read, from Deut 28:15-68, a person who does not practice the Torah will be cursed with disease, madness, and everything will go wrong in their life. 

Your first thought now might be Gal 3:10, where we read, “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the Law by becoming a curse for us. For it is written, cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree.” 

Before you became a Christian, you did not put the words of the Torah into practice, so you were cursed by Yehovah. But then you accepted Christ into your heart as your Lord and Savior. So now you are free from the curses? 

Deut 27:26 did not change or fall out of the Bible just because you accepted Christ and prayed the sinner’s prayer. It is still very much in effect, and Yehovah still curses those who do not put the words of the Torah into practice. 

If you believe the Torah (the Law of Moses) does not apply to you as a Christian, the Bible says Yehovah still curses you. The Bible even goes as far as to say in Matt 7:21-23, James 2:10-26, 1. John, you are not saved. 

This is why most Christians are not saved because most Christians do not practice the Torah. 

Do you want to be blessed by Yehovah and not cursed?

Do you want to be saved and go to heaven when you die, forgiven for your sins? 

Start practicing the Torah (the written Law of Moses.) Keep Shabbat, eat only clean foods, and learn which of the 613 commandments apply to you and your gender. 

Yes, I know your pastor has told you, “you are saved by grace through faith and not law.” But you have to ask yourself this question, who wrote the Bible? Your pastor or Yehovah? 

If Yehovah wrote the Bible, then you should listen to what Yehovah says in the Bible and not what your pastor says. Because in the end, it is Yehovah and not your pastor who gets to decide if you go to heaven or hell when you die. It is Yehovah and not your pastor who gets to determine if you are blessed or cursed. As you have learned today, Yehovah says, in His word the Bible, only those who practice the Torah are blessed and saved. 

I want to pray for you, and I want to help you listen to God’s voice by prophesying to you. I also want to teach you how to live as a Christian according to the Bible, and I want to do this for free. 

Even though I am doing this for free, the Bible says in 1.Cor 9:13-14 you should give a financial gift to this ministry as a thank you. If you have the opportunity to give but choose not to, 1.Cor 9:13-14 says you are sinning against God. 

There is an exception to this, the Bible says in 1. Tim, your needs have priority (not your wants, your needs, there is a difference.) If you have to choose between giving and providing for yourself and your family, your needs have priority, and in such a case, it would be a sin for you to donate a gift. 

So if you can, please click the link  [wpedon id=”383″]  and give your gift today on PayPal. Your support is essential because it makes it possible for this ministry to continue offering free ministry. If you want to partner with us, it is still a possibility. Partners receive continued prayer each day in addition to other privileges. Click this link to read more