Southern Baptist to Torah. What Is Sin?
by tlmadmin on February 18, 2013
Zachary Bauer was a Southern Baptist and decided to test everything in the Scriptures. When he asked the question, what is sin? Zach realized the Torah Life was the way to go.
Zach created an amazing website to bring simple articles and instruction teachings to those who are New 2 Torah. Zach searchers the internet and finds teachings and shares them on his site in hopes to consolidate them for people interested in them. The result is a great site with all kinds of different links to teachings that people can use to study the Bible. The site is http://www.new2torah.com. Please enjoy this video and check out his website.
If you know any one you would like to discover Torah please send this interview to them.
I am a Christian and I have been starting to question things taught in the Christian church and Yeshua himself said that if we love him we will keep his commandments . God bless , this was helpful !
I can relate to you. After my wife and I learned and accepted the 7th Day Sabbath. We began to question all church teachings and we continue to do so. Jesus said “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.” (John 5:39). May the Holy Spirit open the mysteries of G-d’s Word to you that you may “increase in wisdom and stature (Luke 2:52)”.
We keep the commandments because we love Jesus who first loved us. Jesus said “If you love me keep my commandments (John 14:15)”. Also John defines for us what love toward G-d is: “For this is the love of G-d, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous. (1 John 5:3). Revelation (Rev 12:7, 14:12 & 22:14) continues this reoccurring truth. Pretty straight forward. One thing I haven’t heard is “let’s pray that G-d’s truth is revealed to Christians and they, come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins (Rev 18:4)”. Hebrews also were deceived and followed after pagan gods numerous times. Let’s take the example of Daniel’s prayer regarding “transgression of G-d’s law” in Daniel 9:4-19. In this prayer Daniel didn’t exclude himself.