One Torah For All

One Torah shall be to him that is home-born, and unto the stranger that sojourneth among you.
Exodus 12:49

I have told you in advance."

Section 1:
How to Study Scripture

Dusting off Bible

The importance of this section probably cannot be overstated, as it is imperative that one use proper and acceptable means in investigating what the Scripture says today. It is always best to allow the Scripture to interpret itself so that one does not make one portion of Scripture nullify another portion of Scripture. The chapters of this section will look at the basic guidelines in studying Scripture. The purpose of these chapters, while brief, will be to help the reader follow the writer in the later chapters. It will be these chapters that deal specifically with the second coming of Messiah. The principles contained within these first chapters, if followed by the student of Scripture, will help not only to safeguard him, but also to prepare him for the coming of Yeshua.

One of the concerns of the writer in placing this section first, was that it would be skipped over for the seemingly more pertinent parts by the reader. It is hoped that the brevity of this section will preclude that from happening. For in this post-Christian era there are few who actually study their Scriptures regularly. And if one does actually open his Bible then all to often it is done in the search for a “proof-text.” This section will help the student of the Scripture to see the importance of allowing the Scripture to speak for itself.