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Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Jesus went to synagogue and worshipped on the Sabbath

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  • Martin
    Free in Christ from the moral law, or the curse thereof? Can you demonstrate that Chakunah was prescribed by God for the Jewish people? Maybe you should start
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 30, 2002
      Free in Christ from the moral law, or the curse thereof?
       
      Can you demonstrate that Chakunah was prescribed by God for the Jewish people?  Maybe you should start worshipping Baal and make an offering to Molech because it's part of the Jewish religious history as well.
       
      Martin
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      Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 4:06 PM
      Subject: [Covenanted Reformation] Jesus went to synagogue and worshipped on the Sabbath

      Never did I say that we MUST worship on the "Seventh Day," observe the
      Sabbath or that we we're "Under the Law," so chill out! Nobody is
      putting anybody under Judaism or bondage of any kind. Jesus fulfilled
      the Law and we are Free In Him! I think it's a shame that Children of
      Abraham (our father of Faith) would not want to know and honor the roots
      of our Faith. God is stil gathering His People unto Himself (more Jewish
      people have come to know Jesus as Messiah since 1960 than ever in all of
      human history). In Jesus we All have Entered Into God's Rest! Shalom!
      Mark
      ps. For more Messianic Prophecies fulfilled by Jesus, the Gospel of
      Matthew written to the Jews and plenty of other materials to wet your
      appetites go to: http://www.faithfusource.net !


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