Vid 3:03  You have heard that if you feel covetousness toward a woman and you feel you are already feeling sin in your heart for adultery, you've already committed adultery ... If you are angry in your heart, you've already committed murder

Tovia Singer is a staunch defender of Pharisee Paul's gospel, he is a lover of lies.   Christ said that one can commit in his heart a desire of temptation to do evil, but he does not say a desire of temptation to do evil is the actual deed of doing evil itself.  Christ does not say that to commit adultery in the heart is deed of committing adultery in one's works.  The Pharisees altered that passage for there is a word missing 'married' woman.  For in most all circumstances where a man asks a woman to marry him, he already has sexual desire for her in his heart, and yet has not committed adultery by having such desire:

Matthew 6:13  ... Help us in our hour of temptation ....

A temptation is the desire to do an evil act.  What help is there to be sought from God when one is tempted to do evil if the act of temptation itself is counted by God as having done the actual evil deed one is tempted to do?    But we see Christ does not count as the actual deed the temptation to do an evil deed, for he says, if your hand causes you to commit an evil deed, cut it off - better to enter Heaven lame than have a whole body and go to Hell (Matthew 18:8).  It must be the actual deed of doing evil, not just a temptation to do evil, that causes one to be cast into Hell, for since the cutting off from one's body the means to carry out an evil act is a way to escape Hell, then it cannot be that a temptation to do evil is what causes people to be cast into Hell. 

Tovia Singer is a liar in claiming that a temptation in the heart is counted by God as having done the actual deed.

Vid 3:51   ... extraordinary temptation which will automatically lead to sin

Temptation does not automatically lead to sin, contrary to what liar Singer claims, for the Lord says to pray:  Help us in our hour of temptation.    Therefore, a believer on the Lord who seeks help from the Lord in his hour of temptation can be delivered from carrying through to commit sin in his deeds by acting out on his temptation in his heart!

4:00  There is a certain point [when one is tempted to sin] where you just have no free will any longer, you've surrendered at that point

Tovia Singer is evil, for he speaks his own doctrine, not what Christ teaches.   There is never a point where temptation renders one to have no more free will.  Again, Christ says to pray to God in the hour of one's temptation to be delievered from the Evil One.  The Evil One ensnares people by their refusing to stop doing evil.    The person who loves God and is tempted to do an evil act pleads to God for help to not to carry through with his temptation and he is delivered from carrying through his temptation to do evil in his deeds that he is thinking of in his heart.   Tovia Singer claims Christ's message in Matthew 5:17 is to make it impossible to follow God's law.  How then does he explain the following?:

Revelation 22:14  Blessed are those who do God's commandments that they may have the right to eat of the fruit of the tree of life and enter the city through the gates


Singer says the Pharisees wrote the oral Torah, which is the Mishnah.   There is no need for the Mishnah, no need for the Talmud, both of which are Pharisee doctrines (including the doctrine of Pharisee Paul, the Koran, Freemasonry and the Book of Jubilees).   Pharisees are evil, they are of Satan, and they love to make up their own commandments and claim they are God's commands:

Matthew 15:8-9  ... In vain these people do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men

Tovia Singer claims Christ violates the law by saying, you have heard it said - an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, but now I say turn the other cheek, and being he thinks that if Christ said such a thing, it would violate the law, he believes Christ never said such a thing.   Does it violate the law to not follow through on what the law prescribes as punishment for breaking the law?  For example, the law prophesies, commit adultery, be put to death.   There is no violation of the law, the law remains in effect, do not commit adultery, but is it not the prerogative of God to exercise mercy over the judgment of the law?   Did not Christ come to shed his blood to be the atonement for sin to satisfy the law?    In fact, Christ's shed blood fully atoned for all sins committed in the world (except for blasphemy of the Holy Spirit, Matthew 12:32).  Does not the Torah state that blood is the atonement for sin (Leviticus 17:11)?   

If exercising mercy over judgnent by punishment is violation of God's Torah law, and Christ calls for mercy over judgment by punishment by saying, no more eye for an eye, no more tooth for a tooth, (but Singer claims had Christ indeed taught as aforesaid then Christ would have altered the Torah, and therefore Singer denies Christ said such a thing),  then for Singer to be true to his position,  he must declare that God violated his own Torah law, for in Deuteronomy 28:15-68 are the consequences of disobedience to God's law in the Torah, but  God exercises mercy over the due judgment of punishment that should rightfully be meted out to the seed of Israel under the Torah law;

Jeremiah 31:37  Thus says the Lord, if the heaven above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth searched out beneath, I will also cast off all the seed of Israel for all that they have done

Relative to Jeremiah 31:37, the Lord declares in the Torah:

Deuteronomy 28:61  Also every sickness and every plague which is not written in the book of this law, them will the Lord bring upon you, until you are destroyed

As to God, the Lord, Christ - they are one, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spiirt.   It is Christ, the Son of God, who spoke to his people and showed himself as the Lord: 

Matthew 23:37   Jerusalem, Jerusalem ... how often I would have gathered your children together, even as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you would not let me


Why is God not adding to, taking away from the Torah by not following through on law to utterly destroy those who disobey the Torah law, where God exercises mercy over Israel by forgiving their sins and so does not follow through on the Torah law to utterly destroy those who disobey the Torah law?  Since God can forgive sins of man against himself, cannot God also call for people to forgive sins against them committed by other people?   And so Christ the Son of God said, let him that is without sin cast the first stone.  And Christ said, forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.  There is no forgiving the trespasses of people against people if it remains an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.

Being that evildoers cannot be condemned under the law for the reason that the shed blood of Christ atoned for all sins under the law, (Leviticus 17:11), how shall God deal with those who refuse to stop doing evil deeds? 

John 3:19  And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, but men loved darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil

The condemnation shall not be for having broken God's law, the condemnation is for refusing to stop breaking God's law.    As God said:


While the shed blood of Christ atoned for all sins under the law (except as stated in Matthew 12:32), God never justifies the wicked, and the wicked are those who love darkness because they prefer to do evil; therefore the condemnation shall be not for having broken the Torah law, but for refusing to cease breaking God's law; they are the perpetual transgressors against God, they would never cease transgressing against God and for that reason they shall be eternally condemned:

Isaiah 66:24   And they shall go forth and look upon the carcasses of the men that have transgressed against me, for their worm shall not die, neither shall their fire be quenched, and they shall be an abhorrence to all flesh

Christ did not add to the words of the Torah by instructing his people to show mercy over judgment.    God himself decrees in Jeremiah 31:37 that he exercises mercy over the judgment of his law, where the Torah law declares cursing, even every possible other plague and sickness not written in the Torah law, shall come down on the transgressors of the Torah law until God utterly destroys them:

Jeremiah 31:37  Thus says the Lord, if the heaven above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth searched out beneath, I will also cast off all the seed of Israel for all that they have done

Does the Lord add to his own commands in the Torah by refusing to cast off all the seed of Israel (Genesis 35:10 Jacob is Israel, all of Jacob's descendants are Israel)?   The Torah commands death to any transgressor of those laws of God where death is the stated punishment, but we see God exercises mercy over judgment of the law which law God himself handed down to the Jews; and the exercise of God in having mercy over his law which is written in God's Torah is not in any way doing away with his law or adding to his law.   Rather, the mercy of God is simply to not follow through with death upon those who broke his law in the Torah.   God's law in his Torah is that blood is the atonement for sin (Leviticus 17:11).

Christ knowing he was about to shed his blood to atone for all sins under the Torah, is it not the right of the Son of God to preach mercy over judgment, knowing that the Torah was about to be fully atoned for by Christ shedding his blood?   Is it not the right of the Son of God to say, mercy - no more eye for eye, tooth for tooth.  Mercy, let him that is without sin cast the first stone?

Vid 9:56   You need him [Christ] because you ... have no hope to be vindicated by your own works and initiative ... Paul is very much explaining this point ... Mankind has been infected with a sin and therefore is incapable of keeping the Torah

Is Tovia Singer stupid, he seems very well read on the bible, so he does not know that Paul proclaims that he kept all of God's law in his deeds:

Philippians 3:4-6   ... as touching the law, a Pharisee ... as touching the righteousness that is in the law, BLAMELESS

There is the master of Gentile Christians and a few Jews who claims all of flesh is captive to a so-called 'law of sin' , but we see in the above statement by Pharisee Paul that he declares that he kept all of God's law in his deeds without blame.   To make it easy for Tovia Singer and other children of Hell Paul converts:

Romans 3:7  If the truth of God is being spread by my lie ...

But the blind followers of blind Pharisee Paul are hopelessly blind children of Hell.  Their choice to follow the man Pharisee Paul.  People are free to love truth, or love lies:

Revelation 22:15  For without are dogs ... lovers of lies and makers of lies

Tovia Singer calls God a liar, for Moses was given by God what to write down, and Moses did so in five books that comprise the Torah; and in the Torah God states,

Vid 10:46  The Torah says you can keep the Torah

To justify within himself why God is a liar and the man Pharisee Paul speaks truth, Tovia Singer comes up with his stupidly evil contention that:

Vid 11:03  You have to say the temptation itself is the sin

Tovia Singer is comfortable in declaring God is the liar for stating in his Torah that people can keep the Torah, by coming up with his own man-made commandment that temptation is itself the sin.  Where does Christ teach that the temptation itself is the sin?  No where does Christ teach such a thing!   Christ clearly says the temptation itself is not the sin, but rather the carrying through in one's work (deed) to commit an evil act he is tempted to commit is the sin, for the reason that:  Christ says help us in our hour of temptation and if the act of temptation was the sin itself, there would be no help to receive from God when one is tempted where the act of being tempted is counted by God as doing the deed of evil one is tempted to commit:

Matthew 18:8  Wherefore, if  your hand or your foot causes you to act on a temptation, cut them off and cast them from you.  It is better for you to enter life maim, rather than having two hands or two feet to be cast into the everlasting lake of fire

Is it what one thinks in his mind that is counted as the deed (work), or what ones does in his actual deed that is counted as the work?:

Matthew 21:28-32  ... Son, go work today in my vineyard.  And he answered, I will not, but afterward he repented and went.   And he came to the second [son] and said likewise.  And he said, I go sir, and did not go.  Which of the two did the will of his father. They said unto [Christ], the first

It is what one does in his actual deed that counts as the work, not what one thought in his heart and in his mind that counts as the actual deed.  

Tovia Singer is a child of Hell because he has converted to the gospel of Pharisee Paul, for the most part.  He bends and molds what Christ said to fit what Paul proclaims.  Why does he not follow his master Paul who says, Christ taught lies to the Jews in order to put them all in disbelief to Paul's gospel?  For as Paul claims, God decided it is time for Jews to believe lies and Gentiles to believe truth in order that God can exercise mercy on everyone (Romans 11:30-32).   Paul does not proclaim Christ was preached to the Jews, he says only Gentiles received the true Christ, and Pharisee Paul says he was chosen by God to reveal the true son:

1 Timothy 3:16  And without controversy, great is the mystery of godliness:
God was manifest in the flesh,
justified by the Spirit,
seen of angels,
preached unto Gentiles,
believed on in the world,
received up into glory

Notice something missing from Paul's above manifesto?   Missing is that Christ was preached to the Jews; and that is because, as stated in Romans 11:30-32, Pharisee Paul contends the Jews never heard the true Christ, the Christ that the Jews heard from was there from God to teach them lies so that they would all be put in unbelief:

Romans 11:32  For God has concluded them [the Jews] all in unbelief so that he may have mercy on everyone

Of all the Jews who would be exempted from God's alleged blinding of the Jews, it is Jew Pharisees who claim exemption from such blinding by God.  Jew Pharisees of whom Christ said they are of Satan (John 8:44).

Why does Tovia Singer claim that Christ spoke any truth,  given what his master Paul proclaims, as stated above?  Why does Tovia Singer claim to love the Christ that preached to the House of Israel, for Christ said:

John 5:14    Afterward, Christ found him in the Temple and said to him, you are made whole, sin no more, lest a worse thing come upon you

So there is Christ warning a man that he healed in his body to stop sinning or something worse will happen to him.   Well, Tovia Singer, does not Christ know of his own law, he does not know of the so-called 'law of sin' that allegedly keeps anyone from being able to not do evil, to not commit sin?:

Romans 7:19  I do not know how to do good.  I am a practitioner of evil

Romans 7:23  ... all flesh is captive to the law of sin

Christ does not know of Tovia Singer's own law that it is the temptation to do evil itself that is the sin and therefore no one can cease doing evil for Singer contends everyone is tempted to do evil?   Christ must be a real ogre, Mr. Singer, for he is warning a man to stop doing evil or something worse will happen to him, and you have all compassion on people, not Christ, for you know that no one can stop doing evil for even to be tempted to do evil is the act of doing an evil deed itself, as you say.  To be tempted to lie with another man's wife is the actual act of having sex with her.  To be tempted to steal another man's possessions is the actual act of stealing his possessions, so you say.  According to your own man-made law, Christ is threatening a man with punishment for doing that which the man (and all people) have no free will of their own to cease doing!

Again, I refer back to Philippians 3:4-6, as stated above, that Pharisee Paul declares he kept all of God's law in his deeds without blame.  So much for Paul's alleged 'law of sin', typical Pharisee, always making up their own laws and claiming same are God's law, as they do in the Mishnah and the Talmud.  But as to Pharisee Paul's gospel to the Gentiles, he clearly declares his gospel is a lie and not the commandments of Christ (Romans 3:7).

So why does Tovia Singer have any respect whatsoever for Christ, and does not consider him an overbearing task master who threatens people with harm for doing that which Pharisee Paul claims no one can help but do, sin?  For doing that which Tovia Singer declares no one can cease doing, being tempted to do evil and the temptation is the act of doing the evil deed itself, as Singer declares.  But one could be wise and reject the teachings of men such as Tovia Singer and Pharisee Paul and believe upon the words of Christ.

You are totally bankrupt in your doctrine, Tovia Singer.   How shall you escape Hell?  If this article does not open your eyes, I do not know what teaching of truth shall turn you away from lies to embrace the truth, and if you do not turn from lies to embrace the truth,  then you shall be in the everlasting lake of fire:

Matthew 7:22-23  Many shall say to me in that day, but Lord Lord we did many wonderful works in your name ... And I shall tell them, I never knew you.  Depart from me, workers of lawlessness

Revelation 22:15  For without are dogs ... lovers of lies and makers of lies

There is only one group in all the world that claims to be of Christ and they preach, no more law, grace, and that is the Christian Pharisee Paul converts.  They are the only ones who fit the description stated by Christ as being workers of lawlessness who claim to do their works in the name of Christ.

To believe on the words of Christ does not require one to believe on the words of Pharisee Paul, to believe that any Christian or Hebrew bible that contains Pharisee Paul's writings is all the word of God, including Pharisee forgeries 1 and 2 Peter, Pharisee writings Mark, Luke, James and Jude.   The bible came about in 325 AD, the Council of Nicaea.  A mere book cover under which were placed the doctrine of Christ, the doctrine of Pharisee Paul, the Torah and the Tanakh, and all the writings thereunder declared to be all of God's word.  And there was Roman Emperor Constantine at the Council of Nicaea and he made it law that any one who denies that their 325 AD Council of Nicaea bible is not all of God's word was subject to punishment.  Theretofore, the doctrine of Christ and the doctrine of Pharisee Paul stood apart from each other for hundreds of years, not being together under any one book cover which was declared to be all of God's word.

Tovia Singer alleges that to be angry in one's heart toward another is to be guilty of murder.  Christ never says such a thing, but on the matter of anger toward a brother, Christ says that unless one forgives his brother from the heart, then the unforgiving servant shall not be forgiven by God.   See Matthew 5:22-26, and the anger Christ speaks of is anger without a cause.   Those who are angry against their brothers without a cause are in danger of the judgment, and anyone who calls a brother a fool is in danger of going to Hell.   In Matthew 18:21-35, Christ again speaks on the matter of brothers forgiving brothers, and if in the next life a brother goes to one who did him wrong to assault him, to demand repayment for what is owed to the unforgiving brother, then that unforgiving servant of God shall be cast into the lake of fire.   There shall be NO ONE in the world to come that shall cause a brother to be afraid (Micah 4:3-4).   Everyone who is forgiven by God in the next life should also be forgiven by any man to whom he did wrong, and if any man refuses to forgive and love his brother in the world to come, such unforgiving person shall have no place with God in the world to come.


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