Torah 102, Advanced understandings in Torah

Torah 102

This page has been created as part of my filing system on my blog. I call it “Torah 102” because it hold writings that I consider more advanced than the links I included under the “Torah 101” tab.

Torah 102 Has Deeper Understandings

Torah 102 contains articles that most people would not object to if they were simple to give the subject a little deeper look. Is also contains links that will provide tools that will lead to additional and advanced understanding.

“Whom will he teach knowledge? And whom will he make to understand the message? Those just weaned from milk? Those just drawn from the breasts? For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept, line upon line, line upon line, here a little, there a little.” (Isa 28:9-10)

Here is an overview of some of the topics we will discuss.

Torah 102 content

Yehovah’s New Covenant
Deut. 10 begins with the replacement of the two tablets and what I believe is a shadow picture of the new covenant written on the heart of Yehovah’s man.

Who Is Yehovah?
Who is Yehovah? He is the Hebrews’ Elohim who always does what He says; THE Elohim of the called-out men who have made Him their only lawmaker & judge.

Know Yehovah
“And many of the men of Haran, about seventy-two, followed Abram and Abram taught them the instruction of Yehovah AND he taught them to know Yehovah.”

Learn Hebrew To Get Deeper Understandings
The best way to understand a word is within the Words given by Yehovah; always look for where the Words defines the word. That’s why I had to learn Hebrew.

Love Your Neighbor? Who Is He?
Love your neighbor? Who is our neighbor? This will never be fully understood until we see that there are two types of men in Israel; the Ezrach and the Ger.

Yehovah Is First, NOT One!
“Hear, O Israel: Yehovah our God, Yehovah is one! (Deu 6:4) This word one is the Hebrew word echad and is not always translated one. Yehovah if First!

Those Who Dwell In Heaven – 1
Those Who Dwell In Heaven – 2
There are two groups of people in the Tanach; those who “dwell on the earth” and those that “dwell in heaven.” Only the latter group will live eternally.

More Torah 102 links coming