In this teaching series in Romans, Eddie walks us through the book of Romans to reveal it in its Hebraic context teaching it with a Torah perspective. Being saved by grace through faith is a Torah principle. It is not something new, found only in the New Testament. The children of Israel were delivered out of Egypt BY FAITH, through GRACE. When they applied the blood on the doorframe of their homes by Faith, they were delivered from the angel of death and then miraculously brought out of Egypt from bondage into freedom. Their deliverance was brought about by faith, not by their works or their own merit. Paul also brings up the example of Abraham in Romans 4:1-3, stating that Abraham was not justified by his own works, but by His faith in God and in His promises.
What is the bottom line? It is a TORAH Principle that we are saved by grace through faith.
Faith in Hebrew is emuna and it means TRUSTING in the God of Israel It means believing in His promises, His word, His commands and His instructions for our lives.