Do we nullify the Torah?

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http://bible.com/1/gal.3.24.KJV

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3 Responses to Do we nullify the Torah?

  1. David says:

    Pretty basic. Galatians was written to Israelites. And you can only graft an olive into an olive. They had become wild olives, now coming back to the parent tree. And now come of age, ready to fulfil the call. :”You shall be called an holy nation and a kingdom of priests,”

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  2. Connie E says:

    When a child comes to age of maturity, do they cast off all the good a parent has brought them up in, to go there own way? Who decides how long faithfulness to our marriage vows is long enough? Do we give the house back to the bank when the mortgage contract ‘if fulfilled’? ETC.

    So, wasn’t it a Father who gave good instructions to His children for a long and prosperous life? Wasn’t it a marriage covenant at Mt. Sinai for faithfulness and loyalty? Didn’t He give us a House/Nation/Calling forever till He comes to rule in the earth?

    Isn’t He Wonderful? And gave Yahshua to get us back on the right way to go! The old highways!

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