Are we faced with a choice of accepting grace or observing Torah, as most of Christianity teaches, or is this a wrong concept?
Noah (Genesis 6:8), Joseph (Genesis 39:21), Moses (Exodus 33:12-17), and David (Psalm 51:1) were given grace. The nation of Israel was redeemed out of Egypt by grace (Exodus 3:20-21) through faith when they put the blood of the lamb on the doorpost (Exodus 12:3-7). According to the same principle, believers in Yeshua are saved by grace through faith (Ephesians 2:8-9). After we are saved by grace through faith, we are to follow the Torah (Romans 3:31). The grace of the God of Israel is given to those who seek to follow His Torah (Psalm 103:17-18). Yeshua gave the Torah at Mount Sinai (Isaiah 33:22, James 4:12). The New Covenant is the Torah written upon our hearts (Jeremiah 31:33, Hebrews 8:10). We love Yeshua by keeping His commandments (John 14:15). The Torah is to be kept forever (Psalm 119:44).