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The Christian Torah

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In any society, we find that rules and regulations are needed to accomplish many activities and events that we enjoy as a group. Without specific rules and regulations, much of what we desire to do together or individually would function improperly or chaotically. As a result, rules and regulations become a way of life for most societies. One very good example of this principle is driving a car. Individuals wanting to drive cars know the rules and regulations; if they do not, they must find out before they can drive. Once the rules and regulations are known and obeyed, driving a car can be accomplished and enjoyed; otherwise there is conflict and displeasure between the driver and the jurisdiction in control of driving cars.


The Christian community is no different. Knowing the rules and regulations makes it easier to function in our specific environment under the leadership and authority of the ruler. Being born again into the Christian family (the body of Christ) is a new beginning for all who make that choice. It’s a new place, a new attitude, a new spiritual position, and a new lifestyle. All of these new situations require train- ing and instructions about how to live and grow in the new environment. Jesus gave all of the necessary instructions during His time here on earth. One of the wonderful things that He left for us is the Christian Torah—instructions for Christian living and information about its benefits. Christian living is a very beautiful endeavor. Belonging to God and living according to His will are the most wonderful things that can happen to a person. This book provides information regarding the instructions and benefits that are found in the Christian Torah.


John the Baptist, the prophet of God, had preached many times to tell people to repent because the kingdom of heaven was at hand. John prepared the people to receive Jesus Christ and what He had to say to them. After John was sent to prison, Jesus knew that it was time to begin to teach the people what they should repent from and what they should turn to. And from that time on, Jesus told them, as recorded in Matthew 4:17, “Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” The fact that the king- dom has come indicates that there is a KING and His kingdom. We know of the KING, but what do we know of His kingdom? What does the KING expect? What are the rules of the kingdom? How do you identify the subjects of the kingdom? The answers to these questions and many more are found in this book. Isn’t it time you found out the rules of the kingdom where you reside?

"...That you shall bear fruit and your fruit shall remain."

John 15:16

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