Torah

Torah is the Hebrew word translated as “law” in the Bible. It is primarily used in reference to the first five books of the Bible, also known as the Pentateuch. Although the term “law” indicates a list of rules and regulations, Torah is more broad than this. It really means “teaching” or “instruction” and includes all instruction given by God. The root word (yarah) means “to flow as water”. Appropriately, Scripture uses water as a symbol for doctrine (Deuteronomy¬†32:2), as well as the Holy Spirit (Isaiah¬†44:3).

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Amanda is blessed to be the wife of a wonderful man of God, though she is still learning how to be a good one! She tends to write on practical subjects. She also manages BB.org on behalf of her husband so that he can focus on his studies and writing. She also loves to put Bible and SOP quotes on photos in her spare time. If you’d like to see them, you should follow her on Instagram!