The journey to preparedness begins with our spiritual walk. Without this important foundation we will begin off course or eventually be led off course by the many voices of our day. Each of these voices may seem like they are telling us the good and right thing to do.
Remember, there is only an "O" difference between good and God. That "O" stands for man's opinion. As Joseph in Egypt and Daniel in the lions den, we must first build our spiritual foundation on His word, which will confirm His voice.
Focus of our preparedness: "To
know Him, and the power of His resurrection" Phil. 3:10
Deuteronomy 30:15-16 Torah is life.
Deuteronomy 30:11 Torah is not too hard.
Deuteronomy 33:2-4 Torah is part of your inheritance.
Joshua 1:6-9 Torah will direct you to His promises.
Psalm 119 Torah used 24 times by, "The man after God's own heart".
Proverbs 28:4 Torah is the line between righteousness and evil.
Proverbs 28:9 Without obedience to Torah our prayers are an abomination.
Mal 4:4 We are not to forget Torah.
Matt 5:17 We are not to think Torah has been abolished.
Matt 5:19 Torah observance separates greatest from least in His Kingdom.
Acts 21:20 Torah was the way of life for early disciples.
Romans 3:31 We confirm our trust in Yeshua by obedience to Torah.
Romans 7:7-12 Torah tells us what sin is.
IJohn 3:3-5 Violation of Torah is SIN!
Rev 12:17 Obedience to Torah makes the enemy mad. GOOD!
Rev 20:4 Torah may cost you your head, but will win His heart.
Isaiah 2 Torah is the law for The Millennium.
Isaiah 66:23 Torah is eternal.