The following is an excerpt from Mama's Torah on page 88, with a gentle reminder at the end that we are all on different areas of our Journey....
In my own anger at being deceived, I tried to force-feed people the Truth as I learned more and more about the deception of "Christianity" (this doesn't speak about ALL Christians but the beliefs of the vast majority of lukewarm Christians)...but they weren't ready yet....I didn't understand enough of the Hebraic mindset to simply live the Truth and let others inquire after me. I was still stuck in the Greek mindset that I must evangelize to everyone! Oh that I didn't step on so many toes in my infancy! I am STILL but a babe in my knowledge of Torah, but may He continue to guide me and correct me and lead me in His straight and narrow path.
As born-again Believers we need to bear good fruit, and we need to help bring restoration to the whole house of Israel. We can best do that by walking in the wisdom of Torah. However, our walk must reflect our New Covenant redemption in Messiah Yeshua, and be written on hearts by the Ruach. (Jer 31:31-33; Heb 8:10; 10:16)
We must realize that Abba does not want us to be obedient because it is mandated that we do so. He wants us to choose Him. That is what it means to be part of the "chosen" people; we are chosen to choose. "Choose this day whom you will serve, O Israel" (Joshua 24:15) (Ex 19:4-6; Deut 4:37; 7:6-8; 10:15; 30:19; Jer 33:23-26; 1 Peter 1:1; 2:9)
Abba is not looking for puppets or robots, but for a people who delight to walk in His way. He tells us to "Ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; and you will find rest for your souls" (Jeremiah 6:16)
He wants us to delight in the Sabbath rest of our Messiah, so He can "make us ride on the heights of the earth," and "feed us with the heritage of Jacob" (Isaiah 58:1-14; Hebrews 4:1,9).
However, we must realize that His many children can be in various stages of learning about His ways. We must not try to force-feed them truths He mercifully shows us, nor be condescending to them. Messiah Yeshua did not treat us that way, but instead came to us in mercy. We must do the same.