What is Torah? Everyone has heard of the Book of the Law, but most never hear of the Book of the Covenant. Covenants of promise (Ephesians 2:12) are distinct, traceable throughout Scripture, and they are available to us today.

Mystery of the Melchizedek - Part 2

by Matthew Nolan | Mystery of the Melchizedek

Mystery of the Melchizedek – Part 2

The Melchizedek Book of the Covenant

Jeremiah 1:11 Moreover the word of יהוה came to me, saying, “Jeremiah what do you see?” and I said, “I see a branch of an almond tree.” Then יהוה said to me, “You have seen well, for I am ready to perform My word.” Jeremiah saw and understood the revelation of the ‘branch’ that would be nailed to the almond tree. Jeremiah knew that יהוה was going to perform HIs Word – Yahusha!

In context, those who couldn’t embrace the revelation of the samech – branch had this kind of relationship to the Torah.

Jeremiah 2:8 Those who handle the law did not know me.

Should we be getting our understanding of the law from those who do not know Him? Should we be getting our understanding of the law form those who do know him but follow the interpretation of those before who don’t know him?

The Melchizedek narrow road between the two broad roads of lawlessness and rabbiniclism!

Traditional Christian Theology understands ‘the law verses’ in the NT to mean that believers are not under any OT precepts or laws because you now have an economy of grace.

The law was something that the Jews did and still do and its simply not for you!

In essence the baby (which is law contained in covenant BoC)) has been thrown out with the bathwater (which the imposed BoL) and we’ve ended up with the very lawlessness in the Church that the Apostle Paul warned us about 2000 years ago.

James 2:8 If ye fulfill the royal law according to the scripture, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself, ye do well.

The royal Torah is from the scripture and it’s the law of fidelity love which is faithfulness to the covenant.

Which today has been diminished to doing what you want and just having a bit of love to throw around to your neighbor when no one is looking.

Then on the other road we’ve got Levitical law and rabbinical Talmudic interpretations of the Torah and a whole slew of Jewish and Pharisaic torah deception! Teaching the return to Torah but erring by not making a distinction between covenant Torah (Book of the Covenant) and imposed Levitical (Book of the Law).

The lawless road and the Non division of Torah road, the two broad roads DO have one thing in common! They both believe with differing results, that the Book of the Law and Book of the Covenant are synonymous!

BUT…..what if they’re wrong?

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James the Just – Intro

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Mystery of the Melchizedek – Intro

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Mystery of the Melchizedek – Part 2

What is Torah? Everyone has heard of the Book of the Law, but most never hear of the Book of the Covenant. Covenants of promise (Ephesians 2:12) are distinct, traceable throughout Scripture, and they are available to us today.


Mystery of the Melchizedek – Part 3

Didn’t Yahuwah say He would never break his covenant (Psalms 89:34)? When the Promise Covenant (Genesis 12) had a death penalty (Genesis 15) added to it, our sin nature was bound to make things messy. When the Israelites sinned at the Golden Calf, Yahuwah made a preparation in His Torah that would allow us to return to the foundational relationship He originally called us to.

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