God and the Torah are the Same

Every time I search the scriptures I am amazed at what I find. Today, I found the Torah being attributed the same attributes that describe YHVH Elohim himself. For me, I wouldn’t be able to say the law (Torah) was done away with, that is, no longer valid because I found that his Torah is eternal just like he is. His word is actually established forever.

He tells us if we love him we will keep his commandments. For him listening and obeying what he says shows him we love him. How can we do that if we throw away the Torah or act like it no longer exist. If you believe the Torah no longer exists or doesn’t apply to you for one reason or another, I urge you to compare the scriptures below. This can be springboard to further study of the Torah and how YHVH Elohim feels about his word. Read Psalms 119 also. It talks a lot about his law and how one should feel about it. Then make a decision based upon scriptures instead of a doctrine you’ve been taught all of your life.

All of the scriptures are taken from the Complete Jewish Bible.

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But manifested now through prophetic writings, in keeping with the command of God the Eternal, and communicated to all the Gentiles to promote in them trust-grounded obedience – to the only wise God, through Yeshua the Messiah, be the glory forever and ever! Amen. (Romans 16:26)

The works of his hands are truth and justice; all his precepts can be trusted. They have been established forever and ever, to be carried out truly and honestly. (Psalm 111:7-8)


But ADONAI-Tzva’ot is exalted through justice, God the Holy One is consecrated through righteousness. (Isaiah 5:16)

So the Torah is holy; that is, the commandment is holy, just and good. (Romans 7:12)


Yet ADONAI is just waiting to show you favor, he will have pity on you from on high; for ADONAI is a God of justice; happy are all who wait for him! (Isaiah 30:18)

So the Torah is holy; that is, the commandment is holy, just and good. (Romans 7:12)


Yeshua said to him, “Why are you calling me good? No one is good but God! (Luke 18:19)

We know that the Torah is good, provided one uses it in the way the Torah itself intends. (1Timothy 1:8)


God is spirit; and worshippers must worship him spiritually and truly. (John 4:24)

For we know that the Torah is of the Spirit; but as for me, I am bound to the old nature, sold to sin as a slave. (Romans 7:14)


And this is the message which we have heard from him and proclaim to you: God is light, and there is no darkness in him – none! (1 John 1:5)

For the mitzvah is a lamp, Torah is light, and reproofs that discipline are the way to life. (Proverbs 6:23)


A song. A psalm of the descendants of Korach: Great is ADONAI and greatly to be praised, in the city of our God, his holy mountain, (Psalm 48:1)

ADONAI was pleased, for his righteousness’ sake, to make the Torah great and glorious. (Isaiah 42:21)


Let the evil of the wicked come to an end, and establish the righteous; since you, righteous God, test hearts and minds. (Psalm 7:9)

Let my tongue sing of your promise, because all your mitzvot (commandments) are righteous. (Psalm 119:172)


And everyone who has this hope in him continues purifying himself, since God is pure. (1 John 3:3)

The precepts of ADONAI are right, rejoicing the heart. The mitzvah (commandments) of ADONAI is pure, enlightening the eyes. (Psalm 19:8)


Into your hand I commit my spirit; you will redeem me, ADONAI, God of truth. (Psalm 31:5)

Your righteousness is eternal righteousness, and your Torah is truth. (Psalm 119:142)


Therefore, be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect. (Matthew 5:48)

The Torah of ADONAI is perfect, restoring the inner person. The instruction of ADONAI is sure, making wise the thoughtless. (Psalm 19:7)


Those who do not love, do not know God; because God is love. (1 John 4:8)

Love does not do harm to a neighbor; therefore love is the fullness of Torah. (Romans 13:10)

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