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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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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 Yacov Shlomo on September 21, 2011 at 1:57pm

Lev-Tsiyon

 

As a Netzarim, I do place ALL Christian Theologians opinions on the outside of the Torah because the definition for Christianity, according to Christian Tribal Law, Jewish Law AND the Torah is Anti-Torah. Christianity started as an Anti-Torah religion and it is still that way today.  If any Goy Theologian decides to submit to the authority of the Torah and thereby submits to the authority of Judaism {AS THE ONE TRUE FAITH}, then and only then will I consider their opinions.

 

I know many Christian Theologians that I consider a very good friend. I am not opposed to listening to what they have to say, however, as someone who was in the US Army for 21 years, I know a little about authority, leadership and a Chain of Command. Studying/reading their theology is one thing. Agreeing to someone outside the Mishpaka, is another. They are NOT apart of Israel in any shape or form by their own admission. They refuse to accept the authority of the Torah - the Avrahamic Covenant, the Jerusalem Bet Din requiring ALL Goys to be obedient to the Noahide Moral laws (every country on this planet is a Noahide country as ALL of us are required to be obedient to those laws, etc) even when Jeremiah talks about a RE-NEWED Covenant (not a New Covenant) which harkens back to the 2 Mosaic Covenants. They claim to live under the Old Covenant at Sinai (the Covenant of curses) alone and reject the New Covenant at Mo'Av and since they reject the New Covenant at Mo'Av, they are not given the gift of the New Covenant at Mo'Av which is the Holy Spirit the Counselor.

 

I know of one GOY Theologian that is a Chasidic Theologian because he worships, fellowships and studies with the Chasidic Jews. They accept him just as he is and vice versa. He also interprets the Scriptures like a Jew would. I trust his opinions regardless if I agree with him or not.

 

The Torah is ABUNDANTLY clear on the definition of a False Prophet and who we are to listen to and not listen to. That is Hashem's Instruction to us on who to listen to and follow - not any man's instructions.

Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 21, 2011 at 5:44pm
I see, I am condemned without trial. You assume I am one that you despise. I,too, spent 21 years in the military(United States Air Force). I supported actions in Grananda, Libya, Just Cause, Urgent Fury, Desert Shield, Desert Storm, Somalia, and the campaign in Cossavo. I also know authority(I was authority). I was not born a Jew, so what. I believe in the one and only God WHVH and his Mashiach Y'shua. I do my best to follow his word and commands as far as a gentile(goyim) can. To be honest, I do not overly care what some people may think (and assume) about me. My life is strictly between me and WHVH. I acknowledge Mar Yah and his Mashiyach, and that is enough for me. As for you,well, may WHVH bless you according to his will. I have no right to judge, that is WHVH's prorogative. Shalom.
Comment by Yacov Shlomo on September 21, 2011 at 6:29pm

Melvin

 

I do not condemn any human being. It is a good thing that you follow His Word/His Torah, His Commands, rules, regulations, and stipulations as best you can. Rabbi Yaakov, the brother of Yeshua, would agree that by doing as such, it shows that you are a follower of Yeshua al Natzeret. It took Avraham 20 years after he started to learn the Torah to cut Covenant with Hashem and do circumcision.

 

It is Christianity that condemns itself in any court of law since Christianity began in 98 c.e. by Bishop Ignatious (he coined the term Christianity calling the Torah "stories") usurping the Jerusalem Bet Din recorded in Acts of the Talmidim Chapter 15. 

When a person states that he does not have to be Torah Observant in order to be righteous follower of Yeshua al Natzeret, that person is foolish at best and ignorant of the law, but ignorance of the law is no excuse and that is true in any court.

I've heard many a Christian Theologian state that Goys are not required to be Torah Observant. My response to that is as follows:

1. They have a different Covenant than what Jeremiah speaks of since HaNavi speaks of the Torah Observant Covenant at Mo'Av - the second Mosaic Covenant.

2. Goys are not required to even be obedient to the Noahide (Moral) laws. Tell that to any Judge or Magistrate in any country and see how far you can get with that.

 

I do not see any difference between a Goy and a Jew except that the Jerusalem Bet Din would have expected a Goy to attend a Synagogue, learn the laws of Moshe (Mo'Av), and eventually have a B'rit Milah and Convert to Judaism.

 

Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 22, 2011 at 1:15pm

I know about Ignatious and his coining "Christianity."I am also aware that the so-called "mother church" condemned the Nazarenes as heretics and hijacked their faith and claimed it as there own. I applaud the Protestant Reformation although it did NOT nearly go far enough. It failed to return to the original faith(it left behind such heresies as the change to Sunday in place of the Sabbath of Yah,etc.)

As for the law (Torah) and the Prophets, I am well aware that it still stands. Y'shua said that Torah was accomplished, not ended in him. Saul also said the Torah was holy and good, and although he had issues about that which was divisive in the law as regards Jews and Gentiles, he never stated that it was to be done away with. This should be obvious to anyone who reads the word with any amount of discernment at all. I also believe that what we have is a "renewed" not "new" Covenant. I DO NOT worship a "Greek god" named Jesus. Now, perhaps, we understand each other better. Amen?

Comment by Yacov Shlomo on September 22, 2011 at 4:51pm

Yes, I understand that according to Christian Tribal law that ALL Jews that believe that Yeshua al Natzeret are heretics because we are still fettered with the law, circumcision and the rest just like Yeshua's Talmidim.

 

Of course the Protestant Reformation did not go back far enough because they can only go back to 98 c.e. However, I do know Goys that have joined Judaism and submit their authority to the One True Faith (Messianic Judaism, specifically, Netzarim).

 

I know nothing about that which is divisive in the law that regards Jew and Gentiles even with Raav Shaul. I am very much aware, however, that Raav Shaul compares the Old Covenant at Sinai with curses and the New Covenant at Mo'Av with blessings. I am also aware that he knew the Essenic teachings and speaks of them in the Ketuvim Netzarim, but he does not teach about divisive issues in the law for anyone or about anyone.

 

If any Goy Theologian gets their authority to teach from Christianity, yes, it most definately could be the Greek god called Jesus Christ or the anti-semitic god called Jesus Christ (i.e. Martin Luther's anti-semitic god). Half of Christianity are anti-semites and there is an overwelming abundance of historical evidence for this. I know many an Evangelical Theologian that I would call a friend and lover of the Jewish People and Israel. It is their Religious Theological beliefs and where they get their authority to teach that places them OUTSIDE of Israel - so much for the "Grafted In" religious belief. They are NOT grafted in for if they were, they would convert to Judaism which is the goal of the Jerusalem Bet Din of 50 c.e. as recorded in Acts fo the Talmidim Chapter 15. A Judaizer is a person that chooses to convert to Judaism and Judaizing is the process in which the Judaizer converts.

 

The "mother church" as you state calls Protestant churches their daughters so in effect a Goy Theologian gets their authority from the church. In fact, I think that Yochanon the Revelator speaks of the daughters.

 

The Scriptures constantly calls the righteous to "come up out of Babylon." The Goys that practice Christmas (Jeremiah 10:1 - 6) and Easter (which the Tanak always associates with Asherah Poles or Sun Worship) are in fact apart of the Babylonian Religious System. As of Passover 2010, Evangelical Theologians put out a teaching (FINALLY! YAHU!) that Easter is PAGAN and Passover is RIGHTEOUS! According to Christian Tribal law of 365 c.e., the Trinity is based off of Sun Worship. Want to know more, check out the Black Pope's (the head of the Jesuit Order in Spain) Shield and then check out the 3 Egyptian Sun Worship Symbols. They are identical. How do I know this? I listened to a teaching from a Goy Theologian and he showed this to be true.

 

There is a lot that most Goy Theologians do not know about church history, dogma and the Babylonian religion that they are still a part of simply because they do not teach church history in the cemetaries.

Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 24, 2011 at 11:02am
I spoke of the devisive elements in regard to circumcision and dietary laws as well as certain purity ordinances. Saul is depicted as saying Gentiles should not be obliged to submit to all of them, and that James agreed. As far as Christmas, Easter, and other hollidays are concerned, I am aware of their pagan history and origins. Which is why my wife and I don't partake of them. I do not profess to be an expert on all of this, however, I am doing what I can to learn. I still seek....
Comment by Yacov Shlomo on September 24, 2011 at 5:48pm

I am no expert either Melvin.

 

The divisive elements in regard to circumcision and dietary laws as well as purity laws are only divisive if you are against the Torah/G-d Himself (not wanting to live according to His Ways) or that person was just simply ignorant of the law. Either way, a person speaks a curse over them when they do. If you or I have a religious belief in regards to the Ketuvim Netzarim that does not agree with the Torah, then that religious belief is not correct.

 

The Ketuvim Netzarim does NOT do away with the Dietary Laws. I have been working on a book in regards to Kashrut in the Ketuvim Netazarim. Not only are the Dietary Laws there for good health (and good fuel for the body), it is there for spiritual reasons. If a human being does not desire to have an unclean spirit reside in them, then why would any human being desire to eat something that an unclean spirit will reside. When someone eats a pork chop, they are eating death and they are doing harm to G-d's Temple.

 

I see nothing divisive about circumcision. It is recorded in Acts of the Talmidim Chapter 15 of how the Jerusalem Bet Din would accept a gentile as part of the Mishpaka for reasons of fellowship and so that we do not violate the Torah in any manner. Circumcision was the goal of the Acts of the Talmidim (conversion to Judaism), but it was not to be expected of a human to know ALL the law when they did not grow up with the law. Therefore, Rabbi Yaakov ben David stated the bare minimum for a gentile to do (in the beginning) in order for Jews to have fellowship with someone who was considered an Idolater.

 

Rav Shaul did NOT teach that the Gentiles should not be obliged to submit to all of them and Rabbi Yaakov did not agree to that either. What they argued for was the bare minimum as the Goys were expected to attend a synagogue and begin learning what life was like to live a righteous life via learning the laws of Moshe.

 

If the Jerusalem Bet Din were to have said that the Goys did not ever have to  undergo the Brit Milah, eat Kashrut and the purity laws, then they would have been doing away with the Torah, specifically, the Avrahamic Covenant.

 

Christians falsely accused the Jews of the Middle Ages of poisoning the water wells that the Christians drank from simply because they were much more proportionate to getting ill from the Black Plague than the Jews were. What is the reason that the Christians got ill from the Black Plague more so than the Jews, it was because they were being obedient to the Torah - eating Kashrut, and the purity laws especially. G-d Himself stated that if we were to follow His Laws, Rules, Regulations, Stipulations, Statutes that He Himself will keep the diseases of the Goys away from us and so He did.

 

Torah Observance begins with the Fear of YHWH. Either a human being is in G-d's Camp or they place themselves outside His Camp. There is no middle ground. There are also different levels of Torah Observance. None of us can pick and choose which laws we do or do not have to be obedient to since they are His Laws and there is only One Way to be a Child of Hashem.

Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 25, 2011 at 3:50pm
Well, one certainly cannot argue with any of that. I find that heeding the dietary restrictions is advantageous in my own case because of conditions I have due to my injuries and experiences from my military days. As for "unclean spirits", I have encountered those as well. I do remember reading of those things you mentioned about the days of the "Black Plague." 
Comment by Yacov Shlomo on September 25, 2011 at 4:33pm
Hmmm. Now, me thinks we are getting to know one another betta. The Romans used pigs for Chemical Warfare. A normal human being simply cannot breath with 50 pigs a burning in an open field. They could ride their horses through the field, but from my understanding they never sent their soldiers in all of that.
Comment by Melvin Creston Williams on September 28, 2011 at 12:41pm
Yes, chemical warfare. I am acquainted with that as well. However, war is an ugly business, is it not. Biological Warfare is, after all, nothing new. As it is written, there is nothing new under the sun. Amen?

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