Is Torah synonymous with The Law of Moses? Limiting out understanding of these terms cannot be limited to the first five books of the Bible. Rabbinical tradition inherited by the Institutional Church has created a paradigm that has impacted our ability to rightly divide Scripture. Shaul/Paul admonishes us to seek a better reconciliation; by covenant, through the blood of Yahusha.

Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective
– Chapter 5 –

Romans 5:1 Having been declared righteous, then, by faith, we have peace toward Elohim through our  ‘ Kurios’ Master Yahusha the Messiah. 2 through whom also we have the access by the faith into this grace in which we have stood, and we boast on the hope of the glory of Elohim.

To compare יהוה to a human judge is sacrilegious and callow, it fails on three major points:A human judge and the accused have no intimate, sacred relationship at all!

  1. A human judge and the accused have no intimate, sacred relationship at all!
  2. A human barrister is hardly sinless , ‘giving their life as a ransom for many’ are they? More like rotten sinners holding your freedom at ransom for services rendered.
  3. A human accusing barrister may appear to be the very manifestation of the devil when you’re standing accused in the dock, but he hardly has the power over the earthly principalities that you think he does.

•    The relationship between יהוה and the sinner is altogether intimate and sacred. It’s against יהוה Himself that the sinner has sinned, hardly the case with a human judge.

Addressing the ‘Kurios’ of V.1 k. (Gk #2962 >Heb #3068 – the divine name יהוה) Kurios: Genesis 15:8 the covenant blood ratification, and Exodus 32:11 the covenant breach.
Genesis 15:8, “Lord יהוה Elohim how shall I know that I will inherit it?”

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