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Saved by or with the Law Genesis 6:1-8, 9 Genesis 19:17-21>>>2 Peter 2:6-9 Exodus 34:7-9 Proverbs 4:7-9>>>Psalm 111:7,

10 Luke 2:40-42 John 1:14 John 1:17 Acts 2:47, 42 (Verse 42, the Greek for doctrine is didache. Doctrine=Instruction=Torah. The New Testament wasn't written at the time of Acts so what the apostles were instructing out of was the Old Testament, specifically the Torah) Acts 5:17-32 (Verse 28, Doctrine=Didache= Instruction=Torah) Acts 15:1, 5, 10-11, 19-20, 21, 24, 28-29 Acts 18:24-28 Romans 3:24-31 (Verse 31, the Greek word void means abolish, cease, destroy, make of no effect, put away, vanish away. However, the Greek word establish means to stand, continue, covenant, hold up.) Romans 4:15-16 Romans 5:19-21 Romans 6:1-2>>>1 John 3:4 Romans 6:14-17 (Just like in Acts 2:42 and Acts 5:28, the word doctrine here means Torah) Romans 11:5-6 Romans 12:1-3 (According to Leviticus 11:44-47 if one follows the Food Laws God considers that person holy) 1 Corinthians 3:12-15 1 Corinthians 10:23-33 2 Corinthians 8:1, 7 Galatians 1:6-9 Galatians 2:16-21 (Verse 17, sinners break God's Law, as in 1 John 3:4) Galatians 5:14, 18-21 Ephesians 1:6-7 Ephesians 2:1-5 Ephesians 2:8-10 (Verses 8-9, not saved by works, verse 10 saved with works) Colossians 3:16 (Hymn Oh, How I Love Thy Law from Psalm 119:97, Psalm 119:174 says salvation, or being saved, with keeping the Law, or Torah. Psalm 119 has the word Law, Torah, found 25 times)

Titus 2:11-14 Hebrews 2:9 (Y'Shua died on Passover, which he said to keep) Hebrews 4:14-16 Hebrews 10:26-29 (Verse 26 is the unpardonable sin) Hebrews 12:15-17 Hebrews 13:9 2 Peter 3:18 Jude:4 (Lasciviousness=licentiousness, which means freedom to sin) Matthew 19:16-26 (Verse 16, eternal life, verse 17, enter into life, and verse 25, be saved, all mean the same thing. So Y'Shua is saying that if one wants to be saved, keep the commandments. Verses 18-19 show the commandments are from the Torah, Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5. But Y'Shua isn't saying one is saved by keeping the Torah, he is saying one is saved with keeping the Torah) Titus 3:4-8 (Verse 5, righteousness brings a full circle back to Genesis 6:9 saying Noah was a just man, the word just means righteous. Noah practiced righteousness. This leads to Psalm 119:172) --This scriptural study shows that one is saved by grace with keeping the Law The Class Room Breaking down Acts 15:1-29 Verse 1: They were teaching being saved by keeping the Law Verse 5: Confirmation for teaching being saved by keeping the Law Verse 10: Peter identifies yoke as the teaching being saved by keeping the Law Verse 11: Peter's correction: being saved by grace Verse 19: James's confirmation of Peter: won't trouble the Gentiles teaching being saved by keeping the Law Verse 20: BUT James says being saved with keeping the Law (fornication, adultery from Exodus 20:14, Deuteronomy 5:18, idol worship from Exodus 20:35, Deuteronomy 5:7-9) Verse 21: Confirmation of keeping the Law, the Sabbath Day (Exodus 20:8-11, Deuteronomy 5:12-15) Verse 24: Letter confirms: Gentiles won't be troubled teaching being saved by keeping the Law (This is what no such commandment means) Verse 28: Letter says no greater burden, meaning not teaching being saved by keeping the Law Verse 29: Letter confirms the keeping of the Law (fornication, adultery from Exodus 20:14, Deuteronomy 5:18, idol worship from Exodus 20:3-5,

Deuteronomy 5:7-9) --Conclusion: The Apostles Peter, James and Paul taught being saved with keeping the Law. They did not teach being saved by keeping the Law --References for James and Paul teaching the keeping of the Law: James 2:10-11 Romans 2:13 (Genesis 6:9) Romans 3:20, 31 Romans 7:7, 12, 22 Romans 8:6-7 Romans 13:9-10