Dietary Laws of the Bible

Dietary Laws of the Bible

Weekly Sermon, 5 March 2023

Most Christians are taught that the dietary laws of the Holy Bible were put away in the New Testament. They include this with God’s laws, statues and judgements. The only thing that was “put away” was the animal rituals, as Christ replaced that. As for the laws, they are still in effect, including the dietary laws. Pastors have been lying, so that is why many Christians eat food like pork, scampi and duck. Many, who are told the truth will not accept it, as their desire for the forbidden food is stronger than their desire to follow God.

In “Dietary Laws of the Bible” you will see that we should observe these laws and how certain scriptures were twisted to make us think that it’s OK to eat forbidden food.
What do you eat that is not biblically accepted? Do you even know what foods are forbidden?

Here are some of them:

1 The eating of blood is forbidden; the animal cannot be
strangled; it must be bled (Lev. 17:10-14; 19:26; Ac.
15:20). Consumption of animal fats are also forbidden
(Lev. 7:23,25).
2 Dead, unbutchered animals are forbidden fare (animals
that die on their own- Deut. 14:21). Also forbidden
is the flesh of any animal tom by wild beasts (Ex.22:31).
3 Most scavenger quadrupeds, birds, fish, and insects
are prohibited, as well as scavenger organs which clear
the body of impurities (Lev.3:9-11).
4 Carnivorous animals are forbidden food.

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