Written On The Heart

Written On The Heart
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There is a very important theme in The Bible that is essential to understanding the entire narrative of Scripture. If more people knew this pattern, it is likely that we would not have a majority of professing "Christians" thinking that grace somehow overrides commandments. If those who claim they believe God and His Word knew what I am going to share in this message, it is very unlikely that there would not be well over 44,000 “church denominations”, and growing. There are only 31,102 verses in The Bible. That means modern “Christianity” has created more doctrinal disagreements than there are Bible verses to disagree on!

So, what is this all-essential principle I want to talk about?

The Bible tells us something very important about the new covenant, the covenant that the whole of modern "Christianity" believes is their covenant with God.

“But this is the covenant I will make with the house of Israel after those days —it is a declaration of Adonai— I will put My Torah within them. Yes, I will write it on their heart. I will be their God and they will be My people.” ~Jeremiah 31:32 (TLV)

For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says Adonai. I will put My Torah into their mind, and upon their hearts I will write it. And I will be their God, and they shall be My people. ~Hebrews 8:10 (TLV)

“This is the covenant that I will cut with them:

‘After those days,’ says Adonai, ‘I will put My Torah upon their hearts, and upon their minds I will write it,’” ~Hebrews 10:16 (TLV)

Do you see the common theme here? These three passages are the defining point of the new covenant. If you look back two verses in Jeremiah 31 and Hebrews 8 you will find where God said: I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah. In Hebrews we are being told that this new covenant had come to the world and is now available to all who will believe in Yeshua as Messiah. But faith in Yeshua, grace, or anything else "Christianity" today tries to ride on DOES NOT negate the fact that the sign and seal of this new covenant is the putting of Torah in the mind and the writing of Torah on the heart of the covenant Believer.

As we turn our attention first to life under the old covenant I will show you that the Torah was available to be written on the heart of the covenant Believer, but it was the Believer’s responsibility to write it on their own heart. This, as you will see, is actually what The Bible says. The only place God wrote the Torah in antiquity was on tablets of stone.

In contrast, when we get to the new covenant we find out that this covenant involves God Himself personally coming into your life and putting His Torah in the mind of the covenant Believer and writing it on the heart of the covenant Believer. A lot of "Christians" like to point out that the new covenant is a better covenant with better promises. What could possibly be better than God transferring from you to Him the responsibility of putting His Torah inside of you?

This is the new covenant, where God inscribes His Torah on your heart and infuses His Torah into your mind. But He doesn’t stop there! Scripture tells us that the new covenant Believer receives the gift of His Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh) to live in and through you. On top of that, Scripture tells us that your body becomes the Temple of God—your heart becoming His throne room—and that it is no longer you that lives but Messiah Yeshua that lives in and through you. So not only does your God write His Torah on your heart and put it in your mind, but He gives Himself, His Spirit, and His Son to live out that same Torah in and through you, as you submit yourself to His Ways.

The Old Covenant

My son, keep my words and treasure my mitzvot within you. Keep my mitzvot and live, my teaching as the apple of your eye. Bind them on your fingers, write them on the tablet of your heart. ~Proverbs 7:1-3 (TLV)

I want you to notice a couple of things from this text out of the Proverbs. First, as you can plainly see, the last statement says to write the mitzvot (a Hebrew word that refers to the individual commandments that make up The Torah) on your heart. This is a very important point I have already begun to draw attention to.

In Psalm 119:11 David says he has hidden the Word of God inside of his heart that he might not sin against God. As sin is defined as the breaking, transgressing, violating of Torah (1 John 3:4), what David is saying here is that he has written The Torah on his heart and as a result he does not break, transgress, violate The Torah. This is not “just the way it was” under the old covenant, as modern "Christianity" would have you believe. Rather, this is the intended pattern meant for all time. Just because the new covenant promises that God will put His Torah in your mind and on your heart and then go as far as living it in and through you, as you submit yourself to Him, does not change the Torah itself. It is the same Torah that has always existed.

The second thing I want you to pay very close attention to is that this Proverb tells us to make Torah the apple of your eye. It seems to me that there is another passage using similar language that is more popular and often quoted. Zechariah 2:12 (TLV) says: “For thus says Adonai-Tzva’ot, He has sent me after glory to the nations that plundered you—because whoever touches you touches the apple of His eye.”

Think about what all of this is saying. The apple of God’s eye is the one who has Torah as the apple of their own eye. This is an undeniable principle of Scripture. The only way you can belong to Him is if His Torah belongs to you. If that is not your view of Torah, than you are following a false religion, plain and simple. And, sadly, the majority of what is called “Christianity” today is a false religion because of this. Interestingly enough, most of modern "Christianity" isn’t even the false religion closest to the truth, "Judaism" is.

"Christianity" errs in rejecting a lot of Scripture. "Judaism" teaches obedience to The Torah but errs in rejecting the Messiah of The Torah. Jews who accept Messiah do so already having a solid foundation in Torah. "Christians" who accept the "Christian" concept of “Jesus” do so in a system that has so long rejected the commandments and there is no shortage of false teaching that needs to be overcome to find the truth. Both "Christianity" and "Judaism", as practiced by the majority today, are almost right false religions, but "Christianity" seems to be in a much worse place by accepting a fake version of “Jesus” (see 2 Corinthians 11:4) and rejecting many of God’s commandments.

The New Covenant

You are our letter, written on our hearts, known and read by everyone. It is clear that you are a letter from Messiah delivered by us—written not with ink but with the Ruach of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts. ~2 Corinthians 3:2-3 (TLV)

As I have already mentioned, under the new covenant we come to a place where Yahweh Himself comes in and puts His Torah in the mind and writes His Torah on the heart of the new covenant Believer. Then every known aspect of God—what Christian Trinitarian theology refers to as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—comes into your being and actually propels you to live The Torah that He puts in your mind and writes on your heart.

Notice what the cited passage from 2 Corinthians tells us, how we as new covenant Believers are a letter from Messiah Yeshua Himself, not written with ink on parchment or chiseled into stone, but written with the Spirit of God on tablets of the human heart. This is the new covenant spoken of in Jeremiah 31 and reiterated in Hebrews 8 and 10. Take a look at what Paul said in the early portions of his letter to the community of Torah-observant Messianic Believers in Rome—long before the establishment of the Roman Catholic Church and the host of errors that followed it:

For it is not the hearers of Torah who are righteous before God; rather, it is the doers of Torah who will be justified. For when Gentiles, who do not have the Torah, do by nature the things of the Torah, they are a law to themselves even though they do not have the Torah. They show that the work of the Torah is written in their hearts, their conscience bearing witness and their thoughts switching between accusing or defending them on the day when God judges the secrets of men according to my Good News through Messiah Yeshua. ~Romans 2:13-16 (TLV, emphasis added)

There is a lot said here, but I want to focus for just a moment on the fact that Paul said here, very clearly, that it will be the doers of Torah who will be justified. Did you catch that? I often wonder, when I come across statements like that from Paul (of which there are many), what modern religion does with them. How is it that "Christian" theology of “we’re not under the law” can even hold up when the very man they try to attribute such theology to came out and said that you won’t be justified before God, when you stand before Him in judgment, if you did not follow His Torah?

What many fail to realize is that the entire foundation of modern "Christian" thought, under Protestantism, is built on the ideology of discarding Scripture that conflicts with the grace theology of the day. The entire problem of the hyper-grace movements traces back to the man said to be the initial pioneer of Protestantism and all of this fake grace theology: Martin Luther. Did you know that there were entire Apostolic Writings that Luther wanted removed from The Bible because they conflicted with his view of grace? The Book of James, the half-brother of Yeshua, was one of them. James, after all, is the Apostle who said that we are NOT justified by faith alone, but by works. That statement sure seems to agree with Paul’s sentiments at the beginning of his letter to the community of first-century Believers living in Rome.

Something the overwhelming majority of "Christians" seem most ignorant toward is the plain fact that every single Bible contributor, from the early Patriarchs, to some of Israel's kings like David who wrote most of the Psalms and Solomon who wrote the majority of Proverbs, the Song of Songs, and probably Ecclesiastes, to all of the Prophets, to every single one of the Apostles, and of course Yeshua Himself were all Torah-keepers. Their messages were unanimously pronomian—or, in favor of a mandated keeping of The Torah for the covenant Believer, regardless of which covenant they ministered within. Yeshua was a fully Torah-observant Jewish Rabbi, not a lawless "Christian" pastor. When you read and seek to understand and interpret what The Bible says, you MUST do so knowing that what you are reading was written by people whose message was that The Torah is to be obeyed. This makes it theologically wrong on all levels to take any statement in The Bible, even those made by Paul, and use it to support a theology that claims we do not have to follow The Torah—whether in whole or in part.

At some point people are going to need to wake up to the truth that Torah is not abolished and is still required of Believers under the new covenant. If they do not, they will stand before the God they think they are serving only to be told: “Depart from Me, I never knew you, worker of TORAHLESSNESS” (Matthew 7:23). Think about that.

When you study Yeshua’s stern warning, that is exactly what He was saying. Typically the word lawlessness or iniquity is used in quoting Yeshua through the English translation of Scripture. But 1 John 3:4 defines sin as the transgressing, violating, breaking of Torah. Not obeying The Torah is the Bible definition of sin, lawlessness, iniquity.

The sign and seal of the new covenant is the putting of the Torah—the same Torah given to and through Moses—in the mind and on the heart of the new covenant Believer. No matter what people try to say, no matter how hard they try to explain things to get around this, it is an undeniable fact from The Bible, even in the Apostolic Writings, that Torah remains a part of the expression of faith of someone who is truly saved. If a person holds to a theology that justifies any type of transgression of Torah, that person is not saved. They are part of a false religion, the religion of the serpent who leads people to question, reject, and break The Torah—just read Genesis 3.

Let me be clear here: I am NOT saying that you keep Torah to earn or maintain your salvation. Such a thing would be impossible anyway. You obey Torah because you are saved—because God put it in your mind and wrote it on your heart, because He lives in you, because His Spirit lives in you, because Messiah Yeshua lives in you. As a result of all of this you are naturally drawn to the written pages of Torah in your Bible, and when you read the instructions, if you are truly saved, the Torah in your mind and on your heart divinely connects with the Torah written on the pages of your Bible and your only thought is to obey what it says. The proof that you believe The Bible is when you obey The Bible. That’s the entire core message of James chapter 2, that obeying Torah is the proof, evidence, validation that you really are saved and filled with The Spirit of Yah.

Let me give you a couple of examples using commandments that most of "Christianity" ignores or openly rejects. If Torah is written on your heart, then part of that is the food laws from Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14. When a person is truly saved they will be drawn to reading Torah. When they get to that part about “don’t eat pork, don’t eat shellfish, don’t eat rodents, don’t eat birds of prey, etc.” they don’t turn to vague passages like Mark 7, Acts 10, or 1 Timothy 4 and try to figure out why that no longer applies. A true new covenant Believer with Torah in their mind and on their heart reads the commandments of the food laws, the words of the page bear witness with the Torah in their spirit and on their heart, and they just do what the commandment says.

Another good example is tattoos. Leviticus 19:28 very plainly says not to get tattoos on your body. If you want to know details about this, I have a wonderful teaching titled The Mark Of God that breaks down the claims for and against getting tattoos from Christian thought and calls people to come to a common sense conclusion.

I know a "Christian" Pastor who spent some 30 or 40 years preaching against the practice. He was, at least at that time, more of a classic Pentecostal holiness preacher. His daughter, however, having turned to the age of adulthood, decided she felt differently about the matter and wanted to start getting tattoos. So the preacher “studied it out”, having decided if his mind could be changed they would get tattoos together. You better be careful about “studying out” the plain commandment of God with the end goal of breaking the commandment because you found your loophole. Today his congregation is a fraction of what it once was and the practices of his church have become extremely worldly and compromised.

Look, even if you studied a matter and are absolutely convinced that a passage like Leviticus 19:28 couldn’t really apply to a modern practice that appears vaguely similar, you still have to override common sense. You still have a commandment in The Bible that seems to say not to do it. So what happens if you are wrong? Do you want to know how to avoid that question? Don’t do it!

Even if you can formulate some grand reasoning of why you think it’s OK to get a tattoo on your body or some other such thing, there’s nowhere you can turn to in The Bible that says doing it is a requirement to be admitted into God’s Kingdom. So it remains the smarter choice to just not tattoo your body and never have to worry about what might happen.

I will never have to consider the consequences of my choice to get a tattoo, because I have never and will never get a tattoo. It really is just that simple. I believe God put His Torah on my heart and in my mind, and when I read Leviticus 19:28 I simply say within myself: “OK God, that’s easy enough, I agree with your Word.” I have no desire to search the matter out beyond my simple understanding of “Don’t do that!” If God said not to do something, my faith says God is God, just do what He said. On top of that, Yeshua said: "If you love Me, keep My commandments" (John 14:15). Why would anyone who claims to love Him seek to find a way around obeying any commandment after He said that loving Him is synonymous with keeping the commandments?

Hear, O Israel

“Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love Adonai your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These words, which I am commanding you today, are to be on your heart. You are to teach them diligently to your children, and speak of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down and when you rise up. Bind them as a sign on your hand, they are to be as frontlets between your eyes, and write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.

~Deuteronomy 6:4-9 (TLV)

This passage is commonly referred to as The Shema and it is considered to be the central prayer of Israel. But make no mistake, if you are a follower of Yeshua you are a grafted in part of Israel (Romans 11:17-24) and if you are a part of Israel then The Torah, which includes The Shema, is for you (Exodus 12:49, Numbers 15:16).

While there is no shortage of revelation contained within The Shema, I want to draw attention to verse 9. It says that The Torah is to be bound to your hand and sealed on your forehead. Many observant Jews today express this through teffilin, which are small leather boxes containing passages from The Torah. These are strapped to the hand and the forehead during times of prayer. This is much like the traditional mezuzah that is affixed to the doorpost of one’s home as a way to follow the latter part of the verse.

Now, if you have been in “Christianity” for any period of time you may be familiar with another element of Scripture that draws attention to the forehead and the hand. I am, of course, referring to the mark of the beast.

He also causes all—the small and the great, the rich and the poor, the free and the slave—to receive a mark on their right hand or upon their forehead. And so no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark—either the name of the beast or the number of his name.

Here is wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate the number of the beast, for it is a number of a man, and his number is 666.

~Revelation 13:16-18 (TLV)

So, here we have a contrast. Either you have The Torah marking your hand and your forehead, or you have opened yourself up to this notorious mark of the beast. Sadly, most “Christians” today do not even realize that the lawless one is connected with the work of Satan (2 Thessalonians 2:9) and so the Torahless Christians” will simply be drawn away to receive the mark of the beast along with the rest of the world they love so much because they did not mark their hand and forehead with The Torah.

The True Spirit-Filled Believer

Whenever you get around “Christians” one of the most popular beliefs, especially among those with Pentecostal leanings, is that the “evidence” that a person has been filled with The Holy Spirit is that they speak with tongues. But I have a question for those who insist on this as the so-called “evidence” that a person is Spirit-Filled: Where is that in The Bible?

Yes, I know, Acts 2:4 says that when the Believers were filled with The Spirit on The Feast of Shavuot (The Day of Pentecost) they spoke with tongues, but this isolated incident does not in any way indicate that this is always an event that will take place when people are filled with The Spirit.

Now, I am not opposed to the gift of speaking in tongues. It is a biblical element of faith and it seems to be the only listed gift of The Spirit that is not seen in operation throughout the Tanakh (what is often wrongly called the “Old Testament”). But I will stand firm that neither speaking in tongues nor any other gift or manifestation of The Spirit is a direct “evidence” of being filled with The Spirit.

First of all, Romans 11:29 states that gifts and callings from God are irrevocable. I knew a fellow years ago, somebody who was once a very sold-out Pentecostal Believer. He was “that guy” who would talk about his faith everywhere—which is a good thing. But something happened and he renounced his faith and become an atheist. During one of the last conversations I had with him before he chose to disconnect from all his “Bible friends” he told me that he can still imitate speaking in tongues, as he put it. Can we say that an atheist is filled with The Spirit because they can still “imitate” speaking in tongues—or even, perhaps, genuinely speak in tongues as spiritual gifts are irrevocable?

Second, I have watched practicing Hindus in their rituals that had you not known they were engaged in a Hindu ritual you might easily think they were Pentecostals “praying in tongues” as is often the practice in many such circles. So, because a gathering of Hindus appeared to be “speaking in tongues” in a frenzy reminiscent of most Pentecostal worship or intense prayer gatherings do we conclude that Hindus are filled with The Holy Spirit?

The simple fact is that spiritual gifts, including tongues, no matter how great they are and how important a role they play in our faith practice are no “evidence” of being filled with The Spirit. But there is a passage, the words of one of Israel’s great Prophets, that tells us what is the new covenant “evidence” that someone is filled with The Spirit.

Moreover I will give you a new heart. I will put a new spirit within you. I will remove the stony heart from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. I will put My Ruach within you. Then I will cause you to walk in My laws, so you will keep My rulings and do them.

~Ezekiel 36:26-27 (TLV)

The true evidence that you are filled with The Spirit is that you will be CAUSED to walk in, keep, and do what is commanded in The Torah. This passage has a direct connection to the sign and seal of the new covenant we looked at to open this message where The Torah is put into the mind and written on the heart of the covenant follower of Yeshua. Receiving a new spirit is the result of Torah in your mind and receiving a new heart is the result of Torah being written on your heart. If Torah is in your mind it will consume your thoughts and if it’s on your heart it will drive your passions. Then God says He will take it one step further and fill you with His Spirit with the evidence that you will be CAUSED to walk in, keep, and obey His Torah.

Look, it’s really quite simple once you take a look at the whole counsel of Scripture. All of these things that "Christians" reject under their “not under the law” theology—don’t eat pork, don’t eat shellfish, don’t eat anything unclean, keep The Sabbath, celebrate the biblical Feasts, don’t tattoo your body, don’t appropriate the ways of pagans like what is done for Christmas and Easter, and many other such things—if Torah were written on their hearts, put into their minds, bound on their hand and forehead, and if they were filled with The Spirit that CAUSES them to obey Torah then instead of rejecting these commandments and seeking out verses they can twist to falsely justify it they would simply obey these and the rest of The Torah.

Now, I don’t doubt for a moment that so-called Pentecostal Spirit-Filled Christians” believe that their intense and highly emotional experiences are “spirit-driven” and that they are filled with a spirit, but if that spirit is not CAUSING them to walk in, keep, and obey The Torah then that spirit is not THE Spirit of Holiness. You know, the fastest path to deception is to get caught up in highly spiritual experiences in popular “Christian” religion where there is no attention at all given to following The Torah. The plain fact of the matter is that the masses in Torahless “Christian” religion today are not filled with God’s Spirit, they are filled with a religious demon spirit. And they can’t even see it because their entire “spirit-filled” experience is designed to mirror what is said in The Bible—but it’s all an illusion, it looks like what The Bible says but it is in reality the opposite of what The Bible says.

Get A Vision Of Torah

Where there is no divine vision people cast off restraint, but blessed is the one who keeps Torah. ~Proverbs 29:18 (TLV)

The thing that consumes your thoughts and the thing that drives your passions is the thing that will establish your vision. So often I hear Proverbs 29:18 quoted to support a ministry vision, but it is normally only the first part of the verse I hear or see being used. Notice, however, that there is that part on the end that says blessed is the one who keeps the Torah.

If your ministry vision is not established through The Father’s Torah, then your vision is not biblical and will ultimately fail you. Your vision cannot be blessed if it is not built on The Torah, because the above passage tells us blessed is the one who keeps Torah.

I often find myself reminding people that whenever you see a positive statement like this there is an equal counter-statement that is opposite of what it says. If blessed is the one who keeps Torah is the truth according to Proverbs 29:18, then cursed is the one who does not keep Torah is equally the truth according to Proverbs 29:18. While the passage does not come right out and say this, it is certainly the truth that if keeping Torah is the source of blessing, then not keeping The Torah is the source of cursing. This is validated simply by reading Deuteronomy 28, where a long list of blessings is attached to obeying The Torah and an even longer list of curses is attached to not obeying The Torah.

When you look at the context of Scripture from a whole Bible approach, it becomes very clear that the vision of all biblical mission is to receive Yeshua as Messiah and then, as a result of receiving Yeshua, do what is written in The Torah because at that point The Torah is written on your heart, put in your mind, and you have been filled with The Spirit that CAUSES you to obey The Torah. From that point the end goal is to bring the Believer back to Genesis 1 and 2 where God’s plan from the beginning had mankind set as the caretakers of His Creation. Let me also remind you of a very important statement from the Book of Ecclesiastes, which I will cite from two different English translations.

A final word, when all has been heard: Fear God and keep His mitzvot! For this applies to all mankind. ~Ecclesiastes 12:13 (TLV)

Here is the final conclusion, now that you have heard everything: fear God, and keep his mitzvot; this is what being human is all about. ~Ecclesiastes 12:13 (CJB)

A lot of people like to turn to Romans 10:4 where many English Bibles make the statement: Christ is the end of the law. They conclude this to mean that the work of the cross ends the need to follow The Torah. But this is a misunderstanding of the text. Not only does such interpretation completely contradict what we already looked at from Romans 2:13, but the way this verse is interpreted in a lot of Bibles is misleading to the modern American mindset.

When we turn to more accurate translations that consider the Hebraic cultural mindset as well as the Greek language of the Apostolic Writings, we find Romans 10:4 to make a little more sense. In the Complete Jewish Bible translation it reads this way: “For the goal at which the Torah aims is the Messiah, who offers righteousness to everyone who trusts.” It is The Torah that leads us to Messiah, the real Messiah. If your concept of Yeshua (or “Jesus”) is not in harmony with The Torah, then you have embraced a counterfeit Messiah. Paul warns against this in 2 Corinthians 11:4.

But it doesn’t stop there. John 5:46-47 quotes Yeshua saying: “For if you were believing Moses, you would believe Me—because he wrote about Me. But since you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?” Here we have Yeshua, the goal of The Torah, pointing people right back to The Torah.

Torah leads us to the real Yeshua, Yeshua then points us right back to Torah where we are to ultimately end up right back in Eden, the perfect Creation of God. This is what is called the biblical worldview. I have heard people talk about having a biblical worldview, and what that usually equates to is following their concept of Bible-inspired morality. So, for example, opposing abortion is part of a biblical worldview. But a true biblical worldview is described as Torah leading you to Yeshua who through Torah leads you back to Eden where we are the caretakers of everything The Father created in this world. That will result in a true Bible-based morality, but it is also the only truly biblical worldview—and standing against heinous practices like abortion are a part of the true biblical worldview, but so is following everything else commanded in The Torah. Anything else religion tries to pawn off as such is wrong and should be avoided.

A moment ago I mentioned the food laws from Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14. In the past I have presented how a rejection of these food laws has been a major contributing factor to the destruction of Creation. Ecosystems have become polluted and entire species of plants and animals sent to the point of extinction all because of people eating things like pigs, sharks, and shellfish—all things that we are told not to eat by the God who created all things. A majority of pandemics responsible for diseases that plague humanity and destroy life trace back to humans eating things from the unclean list—including the pandemic that started in 2019 which is said to originate from people eating bats and pangolins, both of which are unclean according to The Father and His Torah.

Our responsibility, the very reason human beings were created, is to care for the earth. In contrast, Revelation 11:18 tells us of a day when God will destroy those who destroy the earth. If you have a hard time grasping that something like eating pork or shellfish is that bad, read Isaiah 65:1-5 and 66:17. Seeing as eating unclean things is linked to so many acts of destroying Creation, that means that eating these things makes you God's enemy as He sees you as a part of the system that is destroying His Creation.

Think about the most ignored, rejected, and broken aspects of Torah by “Christians”—the food laws, The Sabbath, and the Feasts being at the top of the list. These are all commandments that would actually set you apart from the world and from Torah-defying “Christianity” and they are all directly related to our primary mandate to care for the earth. If The Torah is in your mind, on your heart, bound to your hand and forehead, and you are filled with the Spirit that CAUSES you to obey The Torah than you will ultimately return to a position of caring for Creation through Torah-obedience.

This is the vision of Torah, the mission of God in the earth, that His Creation would be restored and that humanity will reclaim our place as the stewards of the world created for us. It starts with receiving Yeshua as our Messiah and allowing Abba Yah to put His Torah in our mind and write His Torah on our heart. It’s not about following a list of rules, it’s about allowing His Ways to become our ways through faith. I pray that you will allow the vision of Torah to come alive on the inside of you and experience the reality of Scripture in your life.

~Blessings and Shalom~

©2021 Truth Ignited Ministry





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