We must return to the law of Yah.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. Sin is lawlessness. We get that simple explanation in 1 John 3:4. Without the law there is no order, no peace, and no spiritual fruitfulness. The law reveals Yah’s purpose and will for man, laying out the proper function for society on a whole as well as the individual. When we ignore the law we are automatically guilty of sin, for it is the only indicator we have of wrongdoing; it teaches us to know good from evil and right from wrong.
The world largely ignores Yah’s law today, which is why it has sunk to such low levels of depravity, leaving us in a sad state of existence. But turning back to the law puts us on the right footing, thus realigning us with Yah’s will and ways. We begin to function the way we were created to, both in society on a whole, down to the individual level. The millennium before us will see the world return back to Yah’s law. In fact, Yah, through the prophet Malachi, gives us a prophecy of the great day of his wrath, when he will punish the wicked and deliver the righteous. His final warning to those reading that prophecy is:
4 Remember to obey the Law of Moses, my servant—all the decrees and regulations that I gave him on Mount Sinai for all Israel.
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