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Will not the Judge of ALL the Earth do Right?

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  • Will not the Judge of ALL the Earth do Right?

    Shalom Everyone, we have a very good example from father Abraham in showing us how Elohim judges and thinks, and He is totally against "substitutionalism." He will even let the wicked live, and not destroy them, if it means keeping the Righteous and Innocent from suffering harm:

    Gen 18:23 - 18:25

    23 And Abraham drew near, and said, Wilt Thou also destroy the Righteous with the wicked?
    24 Peradventure there be fifty righteous within the city: wilt Thou also destroy and not spare the place for the fifty righteous that [are] therein?
    25 That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from Thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?

    Abraham reasoned with Elohim that it would not be right to destroy the Righteous, and make them receive the punishment of the wicked. Those who believe in substituting the Righteous to be dying in the stead of the wicked need to re-think their WHOLE belief system. It is totally delusional to think that Elohim would be making Yeshua to die in the place of the wicked.

    Blessings in The Name, ImAHebrew/Ken.
    Col 2:16 & 17 Teaches us that no "man" is to determine what we eat or drink, or how the Sabbath, Holy Days, and New Moon should be observed, instead, The Body of Messiah IS to determine those things, just like what happened in Acts 15.

    Now, The Body of Messiah determined that since Moses is READ every Sabbath in the Synagogues (Acts 15:21), the Gentiles would be able to HEAR (Luke 16:31, John 5:46-47), and then do those things to farewell (Acts 15:29). Those FOUR necessary commands that The Body of Messiah determined for the Gentiles, were FROM the Law of Moses.
    Abstain from meats offered to idols
    (Exo 34:15), abstain from blood (Lev 17:14), abstain from things strangled (Deu 12:23), and abstain from fornication (Lev 19:29).
    So do not let anyone deceive you into believing falsely about the Law of Moses.