The Torah Ministry of Jesus

“Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy are but shadows and types of the ministry of Jesus. The Hebrew terminology for the names of the Torah are “In the Beginning, for Genesis; “And these are the names of” for Exodus; “And he called Moses”, for Leviticus; “In the Wilderness” for Numbers; “The Second Law” for Deuteronomy. “In the Beginning” represents Jesus being the WORD with God, was God, but came to tabernacle on earth in the flesh. “And these are the names of” represents the calling of the twelve disciples who became Apostles sent to bring deliverance in the earth after his ascension. “And he called Moses” represents the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, for Moses name means drawn out of the water. Jesus was baptized in the Jordan, symbolizing what he would do at the cross. “In the Wilderness” represents the period between the resurrection and the promise of the Spirit in the earth. And “The Second Law” represents the Second Law, or the Law of the Spirit of Life in Christ by way of the New Testament. The Old Testament was the first law, the ministration of death, but the New Testament is the second law, the ministration of the Spirit. Man cannot get around the fact that the Bible is about Jesus Christ, Old and New Testament. I was told, the Old Covenant is the New Covenant concealed, but the New Covenant is the Old Covenant revealed! The Old Covenant is the New Covenant contained, but the New Covenant is the Old Covenant explained! The Old Testament was the preparation for Christ, the four gospels was the manifestation of Christ, the epistles was the explanation of Christ, and the book of Revelation is the consummation of Christ.

-Anthony D. Booker

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