The Torah Runner

Introducing Torah Testimonies

Let’s be overcomers.

Once upon a time, I read a scripture and a voice inside said something like this, “How can that mean something other than what it says? How can I be expected to obey this scripture unless I do what it instructs?

The scripture: Matthew 5:17-19.

Do not think that I have come to change the law or the prophets. I have not come to change, but to fulfill [them].

For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not one jot or one stroke will pass from the law until everything happens.

Therefore, whoever changes one [jot] of these small commandments (and will teach so to men) will be called little in the kingdom of heaven. But all who will do and teach this [law] will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

Matthew 5:17-19

That began my journey…

I asked myself, what if I started reading the “law” and implementing those instructions in my life? It might look weird, or feel weird, but would that be so bad? Would it take me away from God?

“Good Works”

God calls it “Good Works”

I want to do good deeds. Many Christians do, as well. I’m not alone in this…

And neither are you.

This article begins a new series on

Torah Testimonies

I posted for some volunteers for sharing their own testimony. I am in the process of gathering them and bringing them to you.

If you have been discouraged, if you have been shunned or derided by those who are close to you, listen to these testimonies. There are others who have made the choice to run to God instead of becoming lesser in His Kingdom.

Obeying the Father…

I had read the Bible from cover to cover several times and things weren’t adding up to me. There were too many instances where our Elohim said NOT to do certain things. Yet, in every mainstream Christian church I had attended, they did those things.

Learning to love Torah

I kept trying to find a church that actually taught what the Bible and Yeshua Jesus said, did, and taught. Finally, thinking that I was the only person on earth who could see these things, I stumbled across 119 ministries. I read many things on their website, watched a few videos, then discovered their fellowship finder map. I located a group near us and my husband, who was not all in agreement with me, and we went for a visit. After a few more visits and some very loving and kind people who gently explained the truth to my husband, he too finally came in board too.

Now, we live in north east Michigan and are obeying the Father. We have about 8 acres that we are hoping to be able to use for His glory and honor. We are clearing the land, planting fruit trees, putting in a garden and loving our Elohim.Nancy and Nick from Hawks Michigan.

Nancy and Nick from Hawks Michigan.

Thank you Nancy and Nick for taking the time to bless us with your story.


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