Not only do the Scriptures never hint at the Sabbath being abolished or changed, but on the contrary we have the clear and direct statement of Yeshua Himself that until heaven and earth pass away, nothing in the Torah, not even the smallest stroke, will be done away with.
Far from abandoning the Torah, or relegating it to an inferior status, Yeshua called the people of His day, and us in our day, to embrace the Torah as God’s gracious revelation of His own holiness and His instruction for our own righteous living.
Does the Bible teach that Moses and Yeshua proclaimed two different ways for a sinner to stand righteous before the Almighty? Was salvation before Messiah’s coming based on keeping the Torah? Was salvation by faith through grace only available after Yeshua came?
Rather than viewing the ingathering of the Gentiles as a separate and new work of God, the Apostles understood the salvation of the nations as the ongoing fulfillment of God’s covenant promises to Israel. The Gentiles were being gathered into Israel, not forming a separate entity.