The Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Law Magnified

Isaiah said, "Yahuweh is well pleased for His righteousness' sake; He will magnify the Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Law and make it honourable" (Is 42:21 with emphasis added). This speaks of a future time in Yisrael's history, a time which came to fulfillment in Yahushua haMessiYah's words in Mt 5:17-48. "Thou shalt not commit adultery" has been magnified to include even the act of looking upon a woman with lust in the heart. Does this magnified "Ruwakh/Spirit of the Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Law" cause the letter of the Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Law to be abolished? No...! Even though we are living under the renewed "ministration of the Ruwakh/Spirit", we must continue to obey the letter by not committing the actual act of adultery. The Tanakh/Old Testament said, "Thou shalt not kill (murder)." The Renewed Covenant/Messianic Scriptures law (which is the Tanakh/Old Covenant law magnified and written in our hearts) says to not even be angry with your akhi/brother without a cause. Under this renewed ministration of the Ruwakh/Spirit, the letter of the Torah/Instructions in Righteousness/Law is still applicable, yet intensified or magnified to include the spiritual intent. The same is true of the Sabbath. The letter says to not do any work on the seventh day. The spiritual intent of the new magnified Instructions in Righteousness written in our hearts says, ". . .call the Sabbath a delight . . . honor (Yahuweh) by not doing thine own ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking thine own words" (Is 58:13).

Shabbat Shalom
"Zaquaine" Mufasa Abda Kalil TsidekiYahu

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