Part 2 - Torah Made Simple

4 months


00:00:00 - The New Covenant and the Promise of a New Mind
00:01:50 - Choosing Torah is Choosing Life
00:03:33 - The Tree of Life in Torah
00:05:27 - Walking in the Way of Torah
00:07:19 - Learning to Fear Yahweh
00:09:12 - Fearing Yahweh and Following Torah
00:10:57 - Separation unto the Torah
00:12:40 - The Importance of the Torah in Prosperity and Recognizing True Prophets
00:14:25 - Repentance and the concept of sin
00:16:07 - The Violation of Torah Laws
00:17:54 - The Covenant and the Torah
00:19:40 - The Importance of Keeping the Torah
00:21:18 - Destruction for Lack of Knowledge of Torah
00:23:07 - Torah and the Bible
00:24:43 - The Greek words for law
00:26:39 - Laws and customs in churches
00:28:17 - The Torah of Moses and the Law of Yahweh
00:30:21 - The Side Law: Guidelines for Keeping on the Straight and Narrow
00:32:17 - Judaism and the Oral Law
00:33:55 - The Sabbath laws in the Torah of Moses
00:35:39 - The creation of the law of God
00:37:28 - The Authority of the Rabbis and the Pope
00:39:15 - Listening to the Rabbis
00:41:27 - The Importance of Washing Hands in Rabbi Judaism
00:43:24 - Critiquing Jewish Law
00:45:25 - The Burden of Keeping Commandments
00:47:10 - Walking as Yosua Did

Key insights
  • ๐Ÿ’ก
    The concept of receiving a new mind and spirit challenges traditional interpretations of the New Testament.
  • ๐Ÿง 
    The idea of Yahweh writing his Torah in your mind and programming your brain is a thought-provoking concept.
  • ๐ŸŒณ
    Torah is the Tree of Life, and following it from childhood would have led to a lot less trouble in life.
  • ๐Ÿ“–
    The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and understanding comes from keeping the Commandments.
  • ๐Ÿšซ
    The Christian church is not prospering because they are not walking in Torah and separating themselves from the ways of the world.
  • ๐Ÿ“–
    The Torah is the only place that defines what sin is, which is why Satan has to get rid of it.
  • ๐Ÿ””
    The Torah is a witness against us, and it will be a witness against you.
  • ๐Ÿ“œ
    The Pharisees believed that the books of the Tanakh have always been transmitted in parallel with an oral tradition, known as the oral law.