Did Yeshua/Jesus do away with the law? Did He do away with the dietary instructions? Did he sin when He sent the demons into the pigs? That is interesting - because scripture states that Yeshua/Jesus was without sin. Yet the herd of pigs belonged to someone and He let the demons go in the pigs and they died. God's law states that if you kill someone else animal, there is a penalty and it must be repaid i.e. its a sin. Consider the following... Leviticus 24:18 "Whoever kills a
So many read Acts 10 and say "There you have it. All things are now clean for food." Little do they now that this text has NOTHING to do with food. This video is a "Must see" for anyone who thinks Acts 10 is about God redefining His dietary instructions. #food #dietaryinstructions #Petersvision #Acts10
In today’s day and age, people immediately cringe at the thought of eating dogs, cats, and cockroaches — but things like shrimp, lobster, and swine’s flesh are considered desirable. Why is that? The fact of the matter is, all of these things are clearly identified in Leviticus 11 as being unclean and an abomination to our Father. He created all things to serve a specific purpose, but not everything is to be considered food for man. To read the rest of this article, click HERE
Before you eat that next pulled pork sandwich or slap a pork chop on the grill, you might want to consider what God said in regards to piggies.
Most believers today say God's dietary laws, commandments, i.e. His instructions on what His people should eat, have been done away with. They claim that since Yeshua/Jesus died on the cross and was resurrected, God's laws have been done away with. But is this what the bible teaches? If we look at the scriptures we see that man is c
Robert Bowes posted this short but insightful post about God's dietary instructions, which covers some very important info - He graciously allowed us to post it here - thanks Robert.
7 Reasons why we should follow God's food laws found in Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14 1. Obedience. As believers, we display our salvation through our works and obedience. We are saved by grace and not of works, but faith without works is dead. 2. Love. We're to love God with all of our heart,