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The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide

The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide is an organization networking believers in Yeshua as the Messiah who are dedicated to the restoration of the ancient Hasidim.  Nazarene Hasidim emphasize the element of CHESED (loving kindness) through DEVEKUS (cleaving) unto YHWH (Deut. 11:22; Deut. 13:5 (13:4)).  As Nazarene Chasidim we maintain that Judaism must be centered not simply around doing the Torah, but around feeling the Torah as well, that through Wisdom Knowledge and Understanding flow a great joy which binds us to YHWH.  We maintain that long before the Baal Shem Tov began teaching these principles, they were being taught by Yeshua and his original followers, the Nazarenes.  Furthermore we maintain that these principles were taught even earlier by the ancient Hasidim of the Maccabean period (1Macc. 1:62-64; 2:29; 2:41; 7:12-14; 2Macc. 14:6) and even by the followers of YHWH in the times of the Tanak (Ps. 30:5(4); Ps. 31:24(23); Ps. 37:28; Sira 43:32-33).

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What is Hhasidic Netsari Judaism?

The Nazarene Hasidic Movement Worldwide is an organization networking believers in Yeshua as the Messiah who are dedicated to the restoration of the ancient Hasidim.  Nazarene Hasidim emphasize the element of CHESED (loving kindness) through DEVEKUS (cleaving) unto YHWH (Deut. 11:22; Deut. 13:5 (13:4)).  As Nazarene Chasidim we maintain that Judaism must be centered not simply around doing the Torah, but around feeling the Torah as well, that through Wisdom Knowledge and Understanding flow a great joy which binds us to YHWH.  We maintain that long before the Baal Shem Tov began teaching these principles, they were being taught by Yeshua and his original followers, the Nazarenes.  Furthermore we maintain that these principles were taught even earlier by the ancient Hasidim of the Maccabean period (1Macc. 1:62-64; 2:29; 2:41; 7:12-14; 2Macc. 14:6) and even by the followers of YHWH in the times of the Tanak (Ps. 30:5(4); Ps. 31:24(23); Ps. 37:28; Sira 43:32-33).

The original Hasidim were the fathers of both the Essenes and the Pharisees, in each of whom the Nazarenes, our forefathers, were rooted in. In a way it could be said that HaRav (The Master) Yeshua taught these principles.

Original Hasidic Judaism (which has lots of similar traits in common with modern Hhasidic/Hasidic/Chasidic/Chassidic Judaism) can said to be early or original Pharisaism, Pharisaic-Esseneism, etc; and basically combines a Hillel-like halakhah with Jewish mysticism (a forte of the Essenes).

 

"Victory cannot tolerate truth, and if that which is true is spread before your very eyes, you will reject it, because you are victor.

Whoever would have truth itself, must drive hence the spirit of victory;

only then may he prepare to behold the truth".

- Rebbe Nachman of Breslev

"If we're going to be Jewish, we have to be honest about it. . .
Jewishness is something that was more than laying teffilin,
more than just singing Jewish songs. It is thinking Jewish,
it is smelling Jewish, it is taking Judaism
and putting it out to the ends of your fingertips --
so that everything that you come in contact with has a Jewish touch to it."

- Andrew P. Pilant
(Proponent of "Traditional Messianic Judaism" in 1981, a forerunner to the restoration of Nazarene Judaism.)

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Comment by YishaiMonty on June 28, 2009 at 7:26pm
Pearl, a Jew or Israelite who does not take the promise to Jacob seriously, has no part in the promise, and is not included in the blessing of all Israel!
Comment by Pearl on June 28, 2009 at 7:34pm
How do you feel the ORIGINAL Hasidim would view the current State of Israel? Do you feel the State of Israel is the Nation of Israel? Was all the promised land won?
Comment by Mike Clark on June 28, 2009 at 7:43pm
Pearl, having gone to Chabad, I can tell you they do see the land is ours, but do not see any of the leaders in charge, they do not recognize any leader, and to do so can get you kicked out. So, they do see the land as ours, but until Messiah comes and takes charge, they do not recognize any authority at all. It is felt until the Jews are sent out to the whole world to teach the Torah, Messiah can not come, so until Messiah is on the throne, and the Torah has been taught through the whole world, things are not the way they will be one day, I hope I made some sense out of this, my thoughts and fingers are not working together.
Mika'el
Comment by YishaiMonty on June 28, 2009 at 7:44pm
The Israel YHVH promised is much larger than the current state, but it is by His hand that there is the state of Israel. It is by His hand that the tide of war in every attack against His people resulted in more land for Israel! No doubt man has a bad hand in there goverment, but it's all in His hands....... Am Israel Chai!
Comment by Pearl on June 28, 2009 at 8:21pm
YishaiMonty, Please explain what I have said that would make you think that I do not take the promises seriously. I would have thought you'd come to the opposite conclusion, silly me. Maybe some of the labels, such as Zionism, have many definitions in these times, some with the opposite meaning as the original.
But please provide additional comments.
Comment by YishaiMonty on June 28, 2009 at 8:31pm
You said.......
" There are in fact many Jewish movements, groups and organizations whose ideology regarding Zionism and the so-called "State of Israel" is that of the unadulterated Torah position that any form of Zionism is heresy and that the existence of the so-called "State of Israel" is illegitimate.

No one has had to create any antagonism between our Torah and Zionism because such antagonism exists by virtue of the essence of Judaism itself, which can never tolerate the heresy of Zionism.

Zionism is wrong from the Torah viewpoint, not because many of its adherents are lax in practice or even anti-religious, but because its fundamental principle conflicts with the Torah.

Unfortunately, due to many undesirable factors, the view of Torah-true Jewry has been concealed from the general public.

We, the staff at www.jewsnotzionists.org are delighted that with the advance in media technology a substantial benefit to researchers, students, and the general public has been made available. We are elated at the advantage which the internet provides for the presentation of and accessibility to a position so widely held yet so deliberately ignored by many a Zionist-inclined medium.

It is our hope that the information presented on this site will be of benefit to all and that we soon merit the peaceful dismantlement of the so-called "State of Israel" and that Jewish-Muslim brotherhood be restored as prior to the arrival of the Zionist scheme on the global scene. "
Comment by James Trimm on June 28, 2009 at 10:48pm
Currently it is our land, when Messiah returns it will be our Kingdom as well.
Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 21, 2011 at 12:38pm
Thanks for the invitation, this should prove edifying.
Comment by Yacov Shlomo on September 21, 2011 at 12:58pm

Lev-Tsiyon

 

That is a Christian Theologian's opinion on the Greek god called jesus christ. The Netzarim have never followed that Greek god nor the Anti-Semitic god called jesus christ nor the one in the Koran. Opinions given by those that usurp the authority of the Jerusalem Bet Din in 50 c.e. are not of the G-d of Israel and, therefor, to be regarded as a false prophet.

Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 21, 2011 at 1:11pm
Do I understand you correctly? Did you just JUDGE me? You don't even KNOW me!

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