What is it that we are “under”? As we go through Chapter 2, we’ll take a look at how translation prejudice leads to the formation of doctrine, while the truth of the text ties directly back to the Book of the Covenant!

James the Just - Chapter 2

by Matthew Nolan | James the Just

James the Just – Chapter 2

James 2:1 My Yisraelite brothers, have not the emunah in our Master gauvh ha Moshiach, the Master of tifereth, with partiality.
James 2:2 For if there comes into your synagogue a man with a gold ring, in costly apparel, and there comes in also a poor man in soiled clothing;
James 2:3 And you show favor to him that wears the beautiful clothing, and say to him, Sit here in a tov place; and say to the poor, Stand over there, or sit here under my footstool:
James 2:4 Are you not then being partial among yourselves, andhave become shophtim with evil thoughts?

Our faith is tested by it’s response to societal distinctions!
Don’t compromise the faith by having respect of persons. In the LXX respect of persons means to ‘lift up face’.

Today we live in a Marxist, Socialist society with a veneer of Western democracy, where many of the rich and working class, including the corporations they founded are handicapped and hamstrung enabling the voting Marxist revolutionaries to loot and plunder through every fraudulent means possible!

And herein lies the truth, the superrich governmental bureaucrats don’t want the poorer working class churning the gears of industry, they want them to be dependent, disillusioned, democrats that will further the goals of the global elite – dependent, begging for a bowl of porridge at the poles!

James 2:5 Listen carefully, my beloved Yisraelite brothers, Has not vuvh chosen the poor of this world rich in emunah, and heirs of the malchut which He has promised to them that love Him?
James 2:6 But you have despised the poor. Is it not rich men that oppress you, and drag you before their bema of mishpat?
James 2:7 Do they not blaspheme that worthy Name by which you are called?

The way the rich were treating the community of faith was the same way that S.a.tan is ruling over his subjects – exploitation of the poor and needy – today they’re exploited with government handouts procuring their vote for the democratic party of dependance.

In Yaakov’s day the rich were using the courts to exploit the poor.

James 2:8 If you fulfill the royal Torah according to the Katuv,You shall love your neighbor as yourself; you will do well:

‘The royal law, according the scripture’. Royal is kingly, the Greek word order points us to exactly where Yaakov is referencing, “a law ye are fulfilling royally or kingly.” The only Torah that was Malki – kingly in respect to personS not a person fulfilling it was prior to Exodus 24:12! Exodus 19:6 And you shall be to Me a malchut of Kohanim, and a kadosh nation. Kingdom Torah! The Greek word order establishes that the background for Yaakov’s teaching is the Book of the Covenant which provided the Torah’s true standard of righteousness as lived by the Patriarchs and made anew by Yahusha death and ratification of the Malki-Tzedik priesthoods royal law – covenant torah – Genesis 1:1 – Exodus 24:11 the impending change of Genesis 49 brought about by the Melech ha Melechim.
‘The royal law’ extends beyond the Book of the Law, it’s ‘new’ in it’s ability to work from the inside out just as the Master works on the redeemed individual – from the inside out!

Click here to Read More

Ephesians Hebraically – Intro

Who were the Ephesians? As we begin our study of the text, we examine the historical and cultural climates for Ephesus, as well as the nature of authorship and theme of the letter.Through spiritual maturity and an indwelling of the Ruach, we move from doctrine and reasoned argument, to doxology and prayer.

The Melchizedek Two-Book Theory Debunked? | Torah to the Tribes Response

This teaching is Torah to the Tribes response to the recently posted article entitled, “The Melchizedek Two-Book Theory Debunked.” Join us as we examine the doubtful disputations raised by this article. An exciting and revealing look into the opposing views of two teachers at different ends of the spiritual spectrum.

Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective – Intro

Romiyah/Romans is the most influential letter ever written and have impacted theology, politics, civil law, and church doctrine in the West. Classical approaches to this epistle have started Reformations and used to support misogyny. What if our approach to Shaul/Paul’s letter has been wrong? Join our study, as we leave behind traditional interpretations, in favor of the truth of the original language and the context of the whole of Scripture!

Unlocking Galatians Hebraically – Intro

Are you walking in freedom? In the Institutionalized Church, Galutyah/Galatians is used to justify a Christian’s severance from the law of Moshe/Moses. Is this truly the intent of the epistle, divided from the rest of Scripture? Some have found the text to be so problematic that they reject Shaul/Paul altogether. Join us, as we study Galutyah/Galatians!

The Hebraic Epistle of First John – Intro

Are you on the narrow path? The Yochanan/Johannine Epistles are an exposition of those who have gone out from us on the narrow Melchizedek Path, into the esoteric wisdom of men. There is truly nothing new under the sun, as the same perversions that crept into the assemblies of The Way are present with us today.

James the Just – Intro

Yaakov Tzadik, or James the Just: Brother of Messiah, Zealot Leader, and Episcopate of the Jerusalem Assembly. Is this epistle simply an unpacking of Christology, or a guide for practical living among the Melchizedek priesthood? Join us, as we delve into the text itself and the history of it’s author; Yaakov/James!


James the Just – Chapter 1

What is the “law of liberty”? Yaakov/James leads us down a path of not only receiving the Word of יהוה/Yahuwah but putting it into active obedience and practice. Yisrael/Isreal was freed from bondage and given the Book of the Covenant.


James the Just – Chapter 2

What is it that we are “under”? As we go through Chapter 2, we’ll take a look at how translation prejudice leads to the formation of doctrine, while the truth of the text ties directly back to the Book of the Covenant!


James the Just – Chapter 3

How are death and life in the hands of the tongue? Yaakov/James expounds on the importance of controlling what it is that we say. The use of the tongue is what separates wisdom from foolishness.


James the Just – Chapter 4

From where do wars and fighting among you come? The lusts of our flesh are in direct contradiction with the Ruach/Spirit given to us by יהוה/Yahuwah. In His mercy, יהוה/Yahuwah has given us his Royal Torah and empowered us with the grace to walk in it.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This
Yes No