Does Your Name Matter or Should Someone Rename You? Part 4 (Changing Dietary Instructions) 

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Unfortunately, Christianity (Roman Catholicism) and Rome did not stop at the reeducation of the masses, as we learned in part 3. They continued by rebranding Scriptures and laws into their own likeness for their own benefit and the appeasement of pagans. Our topic for part 4, “Changing Dietary Instructions,” is also part of the rebranding of these lawless people. This topic is extensive and covers various areas, so I will divide it into multiple “Food For Thoughts” to make it more comprehensible. Doing so allows us to delve deeper into each aspect and ensure that nothing important is left out.

If you haven’t already had the opportunity to read through the previous parts of this “Food For Thought” series. I highly recommend that you do so before proceeding with this portion. This will help you better understand the context and progression of the topics discussed. Below are the links to parts 1-3 and another link to other significant “Food For Thoughts” related to names and changes done to the faith. To save time, I will dive directly into the topic of Changing Dietary Instructions and provide insights into the impact of these changes and how they have affected various aspects of our lives. 


It should be the absolute understanding of all mankind that 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, the creator and owner of everything in existence, has the absolute right to dictate what His creations can and cannot do, including what they can consume as food. After all, 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 created every plant and animal clean and unclean and gave it its purpose. The Bible provides clear instructions for food consumption, emphasizing specific dietary restrictions.

However, some religious beliefs, such as Catholicism and Christianity, allow and often promote people to consume anything they want as long as they pray over it or bless it beforehand. The world governments (Beast System) have also granted permission and promoted consuming things that the Bible designates as unclean and not food, like pigs, shrimp, crabs, rats, catfish, rabbits, squids, and other questionable things. 

Interpretations of the restriction on consuming Biblically unclean animal flesh have varied throughout history due to diverse religious beliefs, cultural traditions, and a void of Biblical truth. The Bible provides a thorough guide to what mankind should eat and what we should avoid to maintain good health and spiritual purity. 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 provided these guidelines so His creations would lead a healthy and fulfilling physical and spiritual life through obedience.

The Evolution of Food in the Bible

  1. Genesis 1:29-30, 2:9, 2:16-17𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 original plan was for all humankind and animals to be plant eaters (vegetarians, vegans, and herbivores). However, 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 restricted the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, commanding Adam not to eat of it.
  2. Genesis 3:21: 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 sacrificed the first animal to provide clothing for Adam and Eve after they disobeyed Him and became aware of their nakedness. Yet, even then, 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 did not grant humans the freedom or permission to consume the flesh of the animals He created.
  3. Genesis 7:2, 8:20: 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 explains to Noah that there are clean and unclean animals.
  4. Genesis 6:5-6, 7:2, 8:20, 9:3-4: 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 flooded the Earth after seeing that every inclination of man’s heart was continually evil. The flood wiped out most of the Earth’s vegetation, and 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 permitted mankind to eat the flesh of animalsThe question is, what animals, the clean or unclean ones? Noah brought seven pairs of each clean animal and only one pair of each unclean animal. It’s clear from Noah’s righteousness and the limited number of unclean animals that he and his family consumed the clean animals. By doing so, he ensured the survival of the unclean animals, preventing them from going extinct. Additionally, Noah knew which animals were meant for food since 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 had differentiated between the clean and unclean animals. This knowledge helped him to understand that unclean animals were not meant for food. Leviticus 11 further explains that unclean animals were detestable and unfit for human consumption and, therefore, inedible. It is also important to note that in Genesis 8:20, you don’t see Noah offering any unclean animals to 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 as a burnt offering.
  5. Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14:3-21: 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 lays out what we can and can not eat. (Nowhere in the Bible will you find the authorization to eat unclean meat.)
Nowhere in the Bible will you find the authorization to eat unclean meat.

Misinterpretations of the Scripture

Does the New Testament Annul the Dietary Laws of Lev 11 and Deut 14

Before delving into the scriptures we are about to cover, it is essential to ask 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 to open your mind to the understanding of the Scriptures (Luke 24:45). You should also take care to keep the scriptures in context (Isaiah 28:9-10) and be willing to research other books of the Bible (2 Peter 1:20) to gain a comprehensive understanding. Ok let’s begin with the words of Yahshua in Matthew 5:17-19

17. Do not think that I (Yahshua) came to annul the Torah or the Prophets; I did not come to annul, but to fulfill.

18. Truly I say to you, Until the Heaven and the Earth pass away, in no way shall one yod or one stroke pass away from the Torah until all comes to pass.

19. Therefore, whoever loosens one of these commandments, the least, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the worst in the kingdom of Heaven. But whoever does and teaches them, this one shall be called great in the kingdom of Heaven

Matthew 5:17-19 (HRB)

In this and all Food for Thoughts I recommend you read the Scripture(s) provided and the entire chapter they are from to obtain more insight.

We can see that Yahshua did not change or annul the law of His Father 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 or the words of the Prophets. Directly from the very mouth of Yahshua, it was clearly stated that not one law of the original Torah, which includes the dietary law, would be abolished. Not one yod or one stroke would be changed until Heaven and Earth pass away. He followed that with a warning to anyone who loosens one of the commandments just a little or teaches men so. That commandment breaker will be called the least or worst in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Definition of Annul:

  • To declare or make legally invalid or void
  • To reduce to nothing: OBLITERATE
  • To make ineffective or inoperative: NEUTRALIZE

Definition of Fulfill:

  • To put into effectEXECUTE
  • To meet the requirements of
  • To measure up to
  • To develop the full potentialities of
  • To convert into reality
  • To make full

Matthew 5:17-19 is in agreement with the prophetic words of Isaiah 42:21, which state that Yahshua would come to magnify the Torah (law), meaning to grow, make greater, or make stronger. These scriptures also agree with the prophecies in Isaiah 2:2-3 and Micah 4:1-3, which both speak of the future when the house of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 is established at the top of the mountains in Jerusalem. From that mountain, the ways and word of mighty 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 will be taught, and the Torah (law) will go forth, signifying that the law is everlasting. Isaiah 24:1-6 also talks about the end times in which humanity has transgressed the Torah (law), violated statutes, and broke the EVERLASTING COVENANTleading to a curse. This also shows that the law of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 is everlasting.

Definition of Everlasting:

  • Lasting or enduring through all timeETERNAL
  • Continuing for a long time or indefinitely
  • Wearing indefinitely
  • In strictness is that which endures forever; either that which has no beginning and will have no end, or that which, having a beginning, will have no end, but henceforth will exist forever. (Biblestudytools)

Asks yourself! Would it make sense for 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 to create an everlasting covenant, which is the Torah, and then annul it (do away with), leaving a “just believe” loophole for those who don’t want to follow His commands, laws, and precepts? Would it make sense for 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 to hold His chosen people to the Torah and then punish them with Deuteronomy 28 for not following it, to later do away with it for them and everyone else, and then come back in the end times, punish the Earth and its people for not following the Torah, and then start teaching it again from the holy mountain? The answer to both is NO, it does not make sense.

Then, why is there a widespread belief among Christianity and many others that not only have the dietary laws that are a part of the Torah done away with but that Yahshua Himself was the one who did away with them, along with Kefa (Peter) and Shaul (Paul)? It is because of blatant misinterpretation of the Scriptures in Mark, Matthew, Acts, Timothy, 1 Corinthians, and Romans. In some ways, these Scriptures have also been erroneously translated in the King James Version (KJV) and other Bibles. In reality, the dietary laws have not been abolished and remain an integral part of the Torah. If Yahshua annulled or abolished it, He would be in violation of His own words: “I DID NOT COME TO ANNUL.”


Next week, YAH willing, we will continue the “Changing Dietary Instructions” portion and investigate some of the misunderstandings, mistranslations, and misinterpretations of Scriptures relating to dietary law.

By: David Edwards – HalleluYAH – Praise YAH – Praise 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄

Different ways the name of the Most High was spelled with Hebrew letters. He have one name not many names.

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