The Law and Gospel
The Christian Israelite Church, as the name implies, teaches the joining of the Old and New Testaments (Law and Gospel). In the latter days a "remnant" will be prepared for the second coming of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. These people will be true followers of Him and will have kept God's laws and commandments, and in the process of preparation will have had the evil taken away from their hearts and minds.
In the Old Testament are the Laws which God gave to Israel through Moses. God promised that if Israel were obedient to these Laws, they would receive blessings from Him, including life (of the body) without death. Because of the influence of Satan in attracting the evil in man, and causing him to do wrong, the Law, "which was ordained to life, was found to be unto death" (Romans 7:10). The Law is Holy, but a problem exists because of man's inability to keep it, and through disobedience it condemns man in God's sight.
The Law also allowed, that after transgression, those requiring reconciliation to God could offer the blood of an animal to make atonement for their souls. This, however, could not make man perfect.
Jesus then came, and, in accordance with the sacrificial requirements of the Law, offered himself to reconcile all men to God, thus fulfilling the sacrificial requirements of the Law.