Are you Saved? Salvation from a Torah Perspective
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Salvation from a Hebrew Perspective vs. the Christian “Born Again Experience”.
Saved by FAITH into eternity?! … but ….
Saved by WORKS OF TORAH into the Millennial Kingdom?!
March 2014: I don’t agree with this “two types of salvation”.
Please watch the video below give your feedback about how you see this!
Source: Torah for the Tribes (Matthew Nolan). See also: http://torahtothetribes.com/ **
Mishpatim – a study on salvation from a Torah perspective. Published on YouTube, May 12, 2013:
Torah to the Tribes. What is salvation? An in depth study into salvation from a Hebrew perspective.
THIS VIDEO WAS REMOVED FROM YOUTUBE SOMETIME IN 2013
Scriptures: Ex.21:1-11, Ex.2:16, Jn.10, 2Ch.7:14, Ex.14:13, Ex.14:27-31, Lk.1:68cont’d, Lk.2:27, 1Co.11, Eph.2:8, Tit.3:5, Heb.10:26, Phil.3:9, 2Co.5:8, 2Co.1:6, Phil.1:19, Phil.2:12, Ja.1&2, Rev.20:11, Rev.20:15, Eph.2:10, Col.3:23, Mt.19:12, Gal.5:19, Lk.12:42+45, Mt.18:32, Lk.12:35, Lk.25:14, Rom.13:11, 1Co.3:13 (Works of Torah!), Phil.3:12.
Parashah 18: Mishpatim (Rulings) 21:1–24:18:
Ex.21:1 “These are the rulings you are to present to them: 2 “If you purchase a Hebrew slave, he is to work six years; but in the seventh, he is to be given his freedom without having to pay anything. 3 If he came single, he is to leave single; if he was married when he came, his wife is to go with him when he leaves. 4 But if his master gave him a wife, and she bore him sons or daughters, then the wife and her children will belong to her master, and he will leave by himself. 5 Nevertheless, if the slave declares, ‘I love my master, my wife and my children, so I don’t want to go free,’ 6 then his master is to bring him before God; and there at the door or doorpost, his master is to pierce his ear with an awl; and the man will be his slave for life.
What is Mishpatim? See Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mishpatim:
Mishpatim (מִּשְׁפָּטִים — Hebrew for “laws,” the second word of the parashah) is the eighteenth weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading and the sixth in the book of Exodus. It constitutes Exodus 21:1–24:18. The parashah is made up of 5,313 Hebrew letters, 1,462 Hebrew words, and 118 verses, and can occupy about 185 lines in a Torah scroll (סֵפֶר תּוֹרָה, Sefer Torah).
** Please note that I don’t “fully” agree with the organization’s beliefs, especially re the deity of Messiah.
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