Torah Restoration Ministries

Evangelist Daniel John Lee

And to the angel of the congregation in Philadelphia write -- These things says He that is holy, He that is true, He that has the Key of David, He that opens, and no man shuts, and shuts, and no man opens.  I know your works: behold, I have set before you an open door, and no man can shut it: for you have a little strength, and have kept My Word, and have not denied My Name . . ."


The Cardinal Torah


Definition: (adjective) Of foremost importance.
Synonyms: fundamental, paramount, primal
Usage: The cardinal rule of membership in the secret society was never to reveal its existence to outsiders.

Whta is cardinal in the Mind  of Yah?  Isn't this what we should keep cardinal in our lives -- whatever is most fundamental and important to Yah?

The answer of course is charity.  And charity fuflils what?  The Torah.  In fact every jot and tittle of the Torah can be briefly comprehended in one word: charity.

We can tell just by perusing the pages of Holy Writ that the Torah of Moshe and its ability to enable us to love is the primary focus of the Bible.  From Genesis through Revelation this is the case: The first 5 books is nothing but the Torah given.  The history books shows us how the first nation dealt with the Torah.

The song books sing of the beauty and glory of the Torah.  The opening Psalm declares: the man who meditates upon the Torah day and night shall be a tree that never withers.

The prophetic books are about Yisrael's failure to keep the Torah and the subsequent judgment.

The last book in the Tanakh, in the last chapter before the gospels, declares: REMEMBER YE THE TORAH OF MOSHE.

The gospels are all about the Messiah who teaches and correctly interprets the Torah (Matthew 5, 6, and 7).

The book of Acts shows the disciples preaching and teaching the Torah and the Torah clothed in flesh, YahShua.

The epistles is one letter after another, warning against the Jewish Talmud and heathen traditions because these things nullify Torah.

Revelation takes the Fall Feasts from Torah and charts the end of the age.

From the very beginning to the very end, Torah lived out with a heart of love first toward Yah and secondly toward our neighbor, is what the Bible is primarily about.  In fact, is there a single book of the 66 that does not touch upon this subject?

If this is such a cardinal subject in the Bible and thus such a cardinal subject in the Mind of Yah, how can Christians disregard Torah so much in their practical lives?  Shouldn't it be obvious that keeping and observing Torah must bring blessings since it is the primary focus of Holy Writ?  How is it that the god of this earth has blinded the Christians?

Many of you Christians simply do not love.  You do not have charity.  You are carnal minded and thus refuse the precepts of Torah.  If you would but truly humble yourselves and fall in love with the Messiah, you would eagerly emrbace the Torah even as I have done and continue to do.

Repent, Christians and Messianics -- learn to LOVE and prove your LOVE by keeping every jot and tittle of the Torah.