I, prior to this thread, agreed to stop posting due to my being under constant attack, but I feel lead to say something in relation to The Difference in dispensations as they relate the different covenants and their meaning to the Body of Christ. Heres the thing, I have debated with you all on the principle of Old Testament sacraments and the Law of Moses which applied to the Jew not the Gentile before the New Covenant God made with us. Its not that the Law is wrong or that the sacraments are non-scriptural, its the premise that we are not under the Mosaic Covenant under which our goal as stewards is to live according to the Law. Our stewardship, as those under the New Covenant, is to walk under the control of the Holy Spirit. By observing the Old Testament Sacraments catholics do, you are saying that what Jesus is giving you under the New Covenant is not good enough or that you are getting something from doing that that God is not giving you by living under the control of the Holy Spirit. You need to seriously evaluate your actions and belief system. Dabbling in covenants is not something to be taken lightly. The word “Torah” literally means teaching, so yes it is useful in the learning of different messages the Old Testament has to offer, however it does not apply to us in the sense of Redemption or in our stewardship useful to glorify God. Please people, take heed to the things im saying, for I say them not with the intent to dishearten or to judge, but with a genuine heart for people that are being mislead into believing that sacraments and OT principalities are able to give them more than what God is giving you right now. Please take what I say into consideration. I am still learning as you are and hope to grow in the understanding of Gods will in my and the rest of The Body of Christ’s life as I age. God Bless You all.