Does your zealousness for the Father and His Torah cause you to lose discernment when it comes to the Son? On its own, Torah will not lead us to total righteousness. Only covenant relationship through Yahusha will allow us to enter into forensic righteousness before Yahuwah.

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Romans from a Torah Covenant Perspective
– Chapter 10 –

The first century wide scale Jewish rejection of Yahusha causes Paul to write:

Romans 10:1 Yisraelite brothers, my lev’s desire and tefillah to vuvh for Yisrael is, that they might be saved.
Romans 10:2 For I bear them record that they have a zeal (zēlos, Heb. qinah as in Phinneas) for vuvh, but not according to da’at. (epignōsis – to recognize and discern/ Heb. da’at)
Romans 10:3 For they being ignorant of vuvh’s tzedakah, go about to establish their own tzedakah, have not submitted themselves to the tzedakah of vuvh.

Their zeal is for Elohim, it’s not some empty pagan fanaticism, but zeal for the One True Living Elohim (therein lies the deception and what sucks so many Messianic’s in).

Their lack of knowledge is twofold:

  1. they lack the knowledge of how יהוה declares a person forensically righteous.
  2. they hold to a means of a righteous status as a people group that יהוה will reject.

The Jews refused to humble themselves and accept YHWH’s righteousness as the undeserved gift it is.

Romans 10:4 For Moshiach is the actual goal of the Torah

‘Telos’ = ‘goal’ to which a movement is being directed – the outcome, not the extinction of, the termination of.

Romans 6:22 But now being made free from sin, having become avadim to vuvh, you have your fruit to set-apartness, with the end result (telos) being everlasting chayim.

Teleology – a sector of philosophy that deals with goals and outcomes.

For Moshiach is the actual goal of the Torah for an eternal tzadik standing to everyone that believes.
Romans 10:5 For Moshe describes the tzedakah that comes from the Torah: That the man who does those things shall live by them (Leviticus 18:5)

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