Definition: (noun) A printed anthology of the works of one author or of writings on related subjects.
Since the Bible is YahVeh's omnibus, when theologians try to divide the Torah (first 5 books) from the rest of scriptures, they make a serious mistake. Some are more cunning, and try to divide parts of the Torah from the rest of the Torah and remainder of Holy Writ. Others are more foolish, who try to make so many divisions in the word, that one winds up believing only the Epistles and Revelation applies to modern day Christians.
But the Bible is Yah's omnibus -- all sixty six books in the Biblical Record are so intimately related to one another, that to try and divide them from each other is not only erroneous but stupid.
Consider that in the gospel record, YahShua even referred to and quotes out of the Psalms, referring to this quote as being from THE TORAH. YahShua habitually connected the prophetic books to the Torah. Indeed, based off the evidence, Messiah believed the entire "old testament" was properly called the Torah, and could not be "wrongly divided" as so many idiot dispensationlists try to do.
But modern Christians , even if they accept that the entire Tanakh is the Torah as Messiah did, then try to make a division between the "new covenant" and the "old covenant". What foolishness. They fail to graps that this so called "new covenant" is NOT new at all, but merely a reaffirmation of the "old covenant", now sprinkled in the Blood of Messiah. Again, the Biblical record is Yah's omnibus, and to try and divide the books one from another makes no logical sense.
If, when reading Churchill's master 6-volume set on World War II, we decide that the last three books were really not related to the first three, we'd be laughed out of literary circles. Each volume is related to the other; indeed it is hard to grasp the entire work without reading and fully understanding all 6 volumes. This is Churchill's omnibus.
If I were to buy a car manual for my Sable, but decied that the first five chapters really had nothing to do with the remaining chapters because the remaining chapters somehow nullifed those first five, I'd probably ruin my car.
Yet Christians make this foolish error all the time; believing that the Tanakh and even portions of the gospels -- such as Matthew 5, have been "fulfilled" (no longer necessary) and thus try to divide a work that is intimately connected. Their poor understanding of that one key word, fulfill, is such a stumbling block that it literally causes them to blindly toss out whole portions of the Biblical text.
Do we then wonder why modern Christians and moderny Christianty is in such a mess? Torah promises the many curses which will fall upon people who decide to only obey portions of the Torah of Moshe. Christians only obey portions, the convenient parts, and thus are cursed with a curse.
My poor dad has struggled with a wife who has suffered from all manner of sickness since I was four years old. I am now twenty-six. They have tried every solution under the sun, including a diet that failed and moving to another location. The one solution they have NOT tried is to keep every jot and tittle of Torah, which Yah PROMISES will heal my mother. It is sad but true.
Ken and Heather Jones and John and Ellen Duncan STILL have not produced a single child. If they would but keep every jot and tittle of Torah, Yah promises to open their wombs. Of course Yah opens the wombs of even the disobediant, but the wombs of the obediant are always blessed.
How many more of you are suffering curses economically, spiritually, physically and emotionally all because you refuse to obey every jot and tittle of Torah? Perhaps some of you are so comfortable in your disobedience, that you will never change. If that be the case, I hope you have not even bothered to read this far as it is plain the Ruach ha Kadosh is no longer striving with you.
Folks, the Bible is Yah's omnibus and to rip one part of it from another is akin to ripping a leg or arm off your body. You can do it; but the result is both painful and disastrous, rendering you a spiritual cripple. Oh, and it will also send you to your eternal destruction.
Repent, folks, keep every jot and tittle of Torah even as I do, or burn in the Lake of Fire forever.