The commandments from a higher perspective. There is a commandment of the Father and a law of the mother. The Father is Spirit. The mother is flesh.
Proverb 6:20 – My son, keep thy father’s commandment, and forsake not the law of thy mother:
The Father’s commandment is One, that is divided into two portions. His commandment is the greatest, the sum of all of his Law of Love, the Everlasting Gospel of Peace. He slayed the enmity of the flesh against the Father’s Spirit, in his Son Jesus Christ (Yahusha Maschiach).
John 15:12 – This is my commandment, That ye love one
another, as I have loved you.
But his living Word is broken into two portions, the body and blood of Messiah for all of mankind to “eat.” That is taken in by the Word that is written upon your heart by the finger of God, and the Holy Spirit who comes to fulfill God’s will in those who believe and receive him by FAITH, for the Kingdom is only entered into by FAITH.
Here are the two portions:
Matthew 22:37 – Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
Matthew 22:38 – This is the first and great commandment.
Matthew 22:39 – And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
Matthew 22:40 – On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.
You can try to keep all of the laws that you want to, but if you do not love the brethren, then you don’t love the Father and you have broken his Law of love. You can’t love the Father without loving the brethren. They are intricately connected. The body requires blood and a Spirit, and the blood, a body and Spirit. These three are one.
Now for the mother’s law. Her Son (and His) is their testimony, united as one.
Luke 1:38 – And Mary said, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word. And the angel departed from her.
In short, she is saying for us to be the handmaid (servant) of the Lord and to allow him to do whatever he wills in us, according to his Word.
Luke 1:46 – And Mary said, My soul doth magnify the Lord,
Here she is saying that our soul is meant to magnify the Lord.
The Living Word says this about the second portion of the great commandment to Love:
Mark 12:31 – And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.
There is no greater love than to give your life for the brethren. It is the fullness of the Father’s love for us, in his Son. When you love and serve the Lord with the Spirit of his Son inside of you, you truly love and serve the brethren and allow God to do to you as he desires. All the while your soul magnifies the Lord, even in persecution. The lesson is about serving God and your fellowmen as your brethren, in LOVE and in service to provide all of the missing pieces that they have. But that love isn’t a fleshly love. It is a spiritual love that is served to others by the Spirit of the living God who works, gives and loves through you and the works of your hands and body.
That means to love others however they require…whatever they require, whenever they need it, wherever there is a need; beginning with tangible goods, to the Word of the Lord. Those are to be your “tithes,” your portions of yourself. You don’t just give one tenth. You give a holy tenth. That holy tenth is the first and greatest and best portions of yourself. You give away the 90% and subsist on the 10%. The teachers of men will tell you to give away 10% and keep 90%, but that isn’t love. It’s selfishness. We are to even the inheritance! We are to give so that every person has an equal inheritance! We are to give to one another so that we can all be lifted up to the same level on high!
We are the living hands and feet and body of Messiah. If you do not eat THAT Word, you and all of your works will die. All of your works are to be done by faith. We aren’t to do the dead works of dead men by “faith” where they themselves had no faith! We are to do by faith the living works of a living God to the living people of today. With Christ’s living works comes great persecution because the Father’s doctrine has no religion or traditions or holidays attached to it — just pure truth and love: His, and he lives.
The Law and the Testimony are united. They are one. The Father’s testimony is Messiah. He is the Son, the offspring of the Father’s commandment to love and the mother’s love for the Father, to serve him and to allow him to have his way in her. There can be no fullness of the Law of Love without faith. And there can be no testimony of Messiah without faith. Faith brings about the fullness of the Father’s commandment to love and the mother’s fulfilled Law of Love.
Or maybe you are still putting your “faith” in portions of the Law that are yet unfulfilled. Those Torah portions are for the babes. It is for the beginning of the walk. It isn’t meant for you to become ensnared in religious traditions and idolatry. Come out of the milk and eat the “meet” of the Word when you seek, find, and meet Messiah’s Spirit face to face. The Son is the FULFILLED LAW, the FULLNESS of the Father’s commandment and the mother’s Law of Love.
Eat the flesh of the Son of man’s body.
Drink the cup of the well woman, the mother with the Spirit of Messiah.
The living water is Christ, the wellspring,
the Word of the Spirit of the living Father.
The Son is the one who pours out of her belly,
the rivers of living water.
Come to the well.
Love Well And Be Well Loved.