By Jonah Doctura | 2015
Transition has always been a problem for most Believers when faced with a reality that the Law of Moses does matter when they become Messianic and their relationship with the truth of Torah.
We have reviewed the first five books of the Bible are the Law of Moses; but that the Old Testament has been relegated to ancient history by the Church, and the Law of Moses is singled out for distinction or extinction as to what is not to believe in the Christian faith. Christian teachers have taught their congregants for years to no longer follow the Torah and its Commandments. Instead, Christ has come and they now only follow Church teachings.
Once they overcome the surprise that the Law of Moses does really matter, Messianics are suddenly faced with "how can I learn the Torah?" Like anything worth learning, there are steps in the process and you need unlearn "christianity".
Beginning in the fall, immediately after the Feast of Tabernacles, the first portion of the Torah called B´reishit (In the Beginning - Genesis 1:1) is taught, which covers the first 5 chapters of Genesis. Each week that follows through the year then has a small portion following through the books of the Torah; this is the common annual cycle of reading.
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