No, they were not. They were plucking rather than reaping the whole harvest, which by the time they did had already happened prior to that. This is why I showed you the law concening this in Leviticus 19:9-10.<quoted text>Again, according to the letter of the law, they were.
And Paul knew the Gentiles would hear the Word every Sabbath. He didn't push all the 613 laws at once, unlike the pharisees. Circumcision is given to Israel as a law for ever. Not to the Gentiles. If, however a Gentile wishes to circumciseThat's because Paul didn't teach certain aspects of the law. He was a preacher unto the Gentiles.
he cleaves to the House of Jacob, rather than cleaving to YHWH, which (for Gentiles) doesn't require circumcision.
The heathen are justified by faith in Messiah, and again they would learn about the law in the Sabbath.
Agreed. They have sided with the ones who accused Paul. On top of that, they have also embraced the pagan doctrine of Rome, which has decided the Holy Day of rest is no longer to be observed on the 7th day, but on the first day of the week.They have also proclaimed Peter to be the first bishop of Rome when Peter was never in Rome. Paul was the one who started the church in Rome, not Peter. And, according to Catholic archives, the Italian brand of Christianity started to gradually "divorce" itself from the Torah abiding Christians, who are the true Christians according to the Bible. Paul is letting us know in Romans 11 that the Gentiles had probably sought to replace Israel's service of YHWH with theirs and it is not at all surprising that they got rid of Paul, consideing the fact that he confronted them in Romans 11.People, today, believe he taught that the law was done away with, entirely and erroneously.
The two go hand in hand, Brother. To love the Father, is to do His will.James explained that our fulfilling of the first and great commandment is by keeping the second. If we keep the first, we'll keep the second. And if we keep the second, we keep the first.