Definition: (noun) A particular manner of speaking.
Usage: "She is not what in common parlance is called a lady," said Angel, unflinchingly, "for she is a cottager's daughter, as I am proud to say."
YHVH, even Almighty YahShua, has a parlance. He has chosen a particular and distinct manner of speaking with us: through the Torah of Moshe.
Those who try to discern the Voice of Yah, the guidance of the Ruach, while violating and willfully rebelling against the Torah, are choosing to not to understand the distinct manner in which Yah chooses to speak with us.
Throughout the Tanakh we read that obeying the Voice of Yah goes hand in hand with obeying every jot and tittle of the Torah. You cannot successfully do one without the other. Because the Torah of Moshe is YahShua's parlance with us, we dare not ignore this means of speaking lest we follow our own lusts or the lusts of fallen angels.
Satan is so very determined to convince Christians that Torah is irrelevant precisely because he knows that once a Christian repents of his christianity and begins to walk in the torah, he will enter into the very means Yah has chosen to communicate with us. Keeping the Torah through the Ruach cannot help but put us in touch with our Creator. Satan wants to prevent this from happening at all costs.
The Jews have mixed so much of their vain tradition (the Talmud) with Torah, that they have grown deaf to the Voice of Yah. Christians have replaced the Torah with their own paganized traditions and have also grown deaf to the Voice of Yah.
Until we realize that the Torah is Yah's parlance with us, we cannot hope to enter into that sweet communion with Yah promised in Holy Writ. Once we understand our obligation to keep Torah, we must follow its precepts lest we fail to discern Yah's Voice any longer. How many a minister has been led astray into darkness, sin and apostacy, because they refused to parley with Yah by rejecting the Torah of Moshe.
Once we understand this, we see that the Torah is not simply a set of rules and regulations written on stone by the hand of Yah. We see that Torah is a set of lovely instructions, designed to be inscrbed by the Ruach on our heart, and enables us to hear and understand Yah. Doing the Torah breaks our stubborn wills and gives us a contrite spirit so needed to fellowship with Yah.
The very Torah Christians claim is a burden actually lifts the yoke of pride from off our shoulders and puts our hearts in tune with the Ruach.
Make no mistake about it, the Torah is Yah's parlance with us, it is His only means of speaking to us, and we must submit to these instructions if we want to grow up into fathers of the faith and commune with our Precious Rabbi and Savior.