The Mystery of Anomos
The Truth About the Lie:
I have quoted here from a source which I only
agree with in so far as is quoted below, changes I have made are enclosed in .
"Pilate asked the all important question “What is truth?” (John. 18:38)
Let us look back to the Tanak to find the answer to Pilate's question:
Your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness,
and your Torah is truth.
You are near, O YHWH,
and all your commandments are truth.
This definition explains many phrases in the New Testament:
"Obey the truth" (Gal. 3:1)
"But he that does truth..." (Jn. 3:20)
And I rejoice that I found your children
walking in the truth, as we have received
a commandment from the Father.
(2 Jn. 1:4)
...I [Yahushua] will profess to them, I never knew you,
depart from me, you that work ANOMOS.
...and they [angels] shall gather out of his Kingdom
all things that offend, and them which do ANOMOS.
And many false prophets shall rise,
and shall deceive many.
And because ANOMOS shall abound,
the love of many shall grow cold.
For the mystery of ANOMOS does already work...
And then shall the ANOMOS one be revealed,
whom the [Master] shall consume
with the spirit of his mouth,...
whose coming is after the working of HaSatan
with all power and lying wonders,
and with all deceivableness...
because they received not the love of truth...
That they might be damned
who believed not the truth...
Now if the Torah is truth, then what is HaSatan's lie? His lie is that there is not a Torah,
that the Torah has been done away with. There is a Greek term for this teaching. This
term is ANOMOS (Strong's Greek #459). ANOMOS is made up of the Greek prefix A-
(there is not/without) with the Greek word NOMOS (Torah). ANOMOS means "without
Torah" or "Torah-lessness." While Messiah came to bear witness to the Torah, HaSatan
comes to bear witness of ANOMOS (Torah-lessness). Two entire books of the New
Testament (2Kefa(Peter) and Jude) are dedicated to combating this false ANOMOS teaching.
Yeshua tells us that these teachers will be called "least" in the Kingdom (Mt. 5:19)."
(ref: 2008 Beit Netzarim Yeshiva)