The Scriptures are Immutable
Not one character in them may be changed

No matter what pundits of all generations make void in the Scriptures (Old Testament), Jesus says that no thing in the Text of the Torah and the Prophets can change unless the thing had been fulfilled. Any biblical answer must abide by the unchangeable nature of the words of God.

Immutability of Moses is the core principle to always keep in mind to arrive at the right biblical answer to any biblical question: No 'do', no 'do not' can NEVER flip in the Bible in the generation past, present, and future unless it is something that Jesus fulfilled.
Had been also fulfilled, for purpose of clarification, anything that is tied to the Temple and the land of Israel like the feasts or if the holidays or the sabbaths. For example, the killing of the Passover lamb could only be done in Israel and nowhere else. Only the remembrance of the last supper is to be celebrated. Look it up! Only, set your heart to understand as did Prophet Daniel!

Yet, it is easier to bring down the heaven and the earth than to drop one (character in a Hebrew letter) of the Torah. Luke 16:17 ACLT

(17) Think not that I am come to loose the law, or the prophets: I am not come to loosen, but to make full. (18) For amen I say unto (all you), Till whenever the heaven passes, and the earth passes, never one iota or [never] one character (even then) passes from the law, till whenever comes to pass all [plural]. Matthew 5:17-18 ACLT (Literal Translation of the Author of the website from the Concordant Greek Text).

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Beware of the disguised 'messengers of light' of the Antichrist!

Based on Romans 10:13, any pundit who dismisses any of the eternal words of Jesus (Mark 13:31) in the Old Testament on the basis of not being a Jew cannot be speaking by the Holy Spirit nor is a member of the flock of Jesus. 

For there is no difference both of Jew and of Greek, for the same Lord over all is rich to all who call on Him.  Romans 10:12 MKJV.
(15) For the assembly, there shall be one statute for you, and for the stranger that sojourneth with you, a statute for ever throughout your generations: as ye are, so shall the sojourner be before Jehovah.  (16)  One law and one ordinance shall be for you, and for the stranger that sojourneth with you. Numbers 15:15-16 ASV

Obedience to the letter of Moses matters. Deuteronomy 5:32, Romans 7:7

To reiterate, NONE OF US may dismiss a 'do' or a 'do not' in the Old Testament on the basis that we are not Jews. For, dismissal on the basis of race of the Words of Jesus (which He gave to Moses, which He enforced by the Prophets and reasserted when He became flesh Luke 16:17-31) has no precedent in the Bible, neither in Antiquity nor today.

The Bible answers any question that men have the same manner for EVERYONE, whether you agree or disagree, from Adam and Eve till the end of the world. Jesus gave to Moses His will once and for all, for all men. In Antiquity, any alien, who was willing to join the Israelites and to seek to do the will of Jesus according to the canon that Jesus entrusted to the Israelites, was welcome to do so and was even promised a better place than the Israelites. Isaiah 56:1-8.

Jesus had destroyed the first generation before the flood hoping to start fresh with a new pure breed from Noah. But, in time, mankind drifted again from Jesus. Destroying them again will not amount to any better relationship with Jesus. Jesus let them be so they can populate the earth.

Again, Jesus chose from another pool of good gene in a half-brother and his half-sister to spring forth a sample nation that He could call His own among the other nations. Their descendants failed Jesus again. When He was determined to destroy them and chose the gene pool of Moses, Moses had to intervene in their behalf, reasoning with Jesus that it was not worth it. The Good genes of Noah and of Abraham did not produce the kind of faith that burnt the hearts of those two, why would the descendants of Moses fare better? Besides, argued Moses with Jesus, the reputation of Jesus would have been stained in the other nations of the Gentiles if Jesus would have killed the Israelites after freeing them from slavery. The most heartbreaking moment for Jesus was the desire of many of the Israelites to go back to slavery after He demonstrated to them His unmatchable powers. And that sentiment was over food! They could not come to realize that the One who sent to free them can also provide them with all the basics of life.

Jesus had to resign Himself to the reality of the destructive effect of the disobedience of Adam and Eve on man whom He and His Father fashioned just like them, a god. The foot of Satan is so heavily pressed on our neck  when we submitted to him that it makes it almost impossible for our blood to stream with the blood of Jesus and God the Father. Yes, we are also gods, each one of us! Black, white, yellow, brown, all kinds of skins, people! 

How did Noah beget a black son who also made it to the new world inside the ark? Think about it. Nevertheless, it shows that Jesus does not care about our skin color since we are all the posterity of Noah and fashioned at His Image. Hence, God the Father sent Jehovah God to be known as Jesus among men to rescue those of us who care for their bloodline with Him so we can free our neck from the feet of Satan even if in the uprising our blood is shed and we lose our life. Jesus already shed His own blood to give us back His power. 

However, Satan is very astute. He will play all his cards to take down as many of us as he can. He even disguises himself as a Messenger of light. As such, he will give you the answers but in the line of the blueprint of the garden of Eden. He knows the power of disobedience which disconnects us from Jesus. Once we are disconnected from God, he takes over us. What is the power of Satan over us? Just bring us to the brink of disobedience at whatever cost. The Israelites wanted to go back to slavery.

But we still have the power to reconnect if only we can set our heart to understanding because Jesus writes His word in the heart of each of us. His words in our heart know His voice. Jesus says that when those hearts hear His voice, they will gather unto one flock.

How do we stand firm against Satan? Be careful to be fully obedient in whatsoever. From antiquity Jesus cautioned not to go to the left or to right of the Torah. Today, as the Torah went out of Zion, He again reminds us that nothing in Moses and the Prophets may change.

What you have to do to be saved is in the Old Testament. As you study it, remember that what you are reading still holds for today and forever, unless Jesus fulfilled it. We need our reasoning skills, according to Isaiah 1:1718, 44:9-20, and, most importantly, a heart that is suitable for understanding (Matthew 13:15).

"For this people's heart is waxed gross, And their ears are dull of hearing, And their eyes they have closed; Lest haply they should perceive with their eyes, And hear with their ears, And understand with their heart, And should turn again, And I should heal them." Matthew 13:15 ASV

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'Wrong Biblical Answer' red flag

Whenever you find yourself contesting any 'do' or a 'do not' in the Old testament which has not been clearly made obsolete in the New Testament by Jesus ONLY or by necessary locale of Israel, like in the case of 'an eye for an eye' or 'the celebration of a feast of Moses outside of Israel', that is a red flag that you are in Satan's territory.


(16) Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean; put away the evil of your doings from before My eyes; cease to do evil;  (17)  learn to do good; seek judgment, reprove the oppressor. Judge the orphan, plead for the widow.  Isaiah 1:16-17 MKJV

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