Why do you suppose that Christians think Yeshuah (Jesus) was not Jewish? Or raised Jewish? Or followed the Torah? He actually Is, Was and DID. It’s like one day the entire flock had a giant brain fart, and forgot WHO JESUS WAS!
Some Christians also think that Yeshuah (Jesus) said, “all you need to do is believe in me”. Which just drives me insane. It’s like they pick and choose a few lines here and there from the Bible, and only follow those. Disregarding many others to fit their lifestyle. Of course, my self included, I know no one who doesn’t do this. I’ve often wondered if I just missed the scripture, ‘thou shalt not commit sarcasm’! lol
Everything He did, He said was to FULFILL THE SCRIPTURES! Was the Bible written yet? No. The scriptures He was referring to are the Books of Moses. The Torah. Where in several scriptures it foretells of a Messiah coming.
Anyway, back to my original rant, all the LAWS Yeshuah, (Jesus, the Christ, no matter His name), ALL the laws He referred to were the laws He was taught…which was the Torah. Plain and simple. When He states, that not “one jot or one tittle” shall pass from the law, He is referring to the writing of Aramaic/Hebraic languages, which is what the Torah is written in. Moses’ Laws, handed down from YHVH! THE ALMIGHTY I AM! Written with ‘jots’ and ‘tittle’s’ for special meanings.
Matthew 5 …
17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.
18 For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
If you want to be a true Christian, following the Christ Yeshuah, follow the commandments as Moses ORIGINALLY wrote them. None of the jots or tittles will depart until all is accomplished! Yeshuah said that, meaning follow the laws and learn their true meanings, to accomplish all.
Just like Yeshuah did. Then you are a true follower of The Christ. The Messiah.
Hopefully, if you follow Him long enough, you will eventually stumble into God. 😉