The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 270
AND THE LAW
The Book of Jubilees places major emphasis on the Sabbath and the Law. Akin
to Genesis and Exodus, this is no surprise and fits the collection very well. Jubilees
represents the mechanism for keeping the Law – time and details which is likely
why it begins in the first portion with Sabbath and the Law and it ends with the
same in Chapter 50. This book was not written over a thousand years later but
by Moses and it is Torah. Anyone keeping the Law without this portion of Torah
will never get it right. What many seem to forget is the importance that Torah
places on Sabbath all the way through Revelation in the end. Messiah said He
did not come to abolish the Law and the Sabbath is the fourth commandment.
You will find scripture aligns on this many times over and never once is there an
inconsistent passage including from Paul. Many misread Paul in fragments which
one cannot do. A thorough study of Paul’s words will reveal he followed the Law,
taught the Law and never abolished it. He would be a hypocrite if he ever did
because he continued to keep the Sabbath and the Law after Messiah’s ascension.