How do we explain to others about being “under grace” and still obey the Torah? Are we “under grace” or “under law”? Paul explains this in his letter to the Romans.
Apostle Sha’ul the Asked For becomes Paul the Rest-maker in his first missionary voyage, stopping in Cyprus. There he meets a truth-seeking official and a "truth"-peddling Jewish sorcerer. How could a Jew be involved in the occult, and where do we see such corruption of the truth today?
The apostle Paul uses the object lesson of purging leaven out of the home for the Feast of Unleavened Bread in one of his most shocking statements on discipline for immorality in the congregation in Corinth — purge out "malice" and "wickedness."
Day 5 — "I will walk in Your truth" (Psa. 86:11). One of the teachings of Sukkot is that the Truth tabernacled with mankind so show us how to really live, how to walk in truth. Continue reading Sukkot — What is the Truth?