What is the proper nazarene practise, should women just count 7 days after the first day of nidda and immerse ?
The rabbinical halakha of at least 12 days (5 days of bloodflow or more + 7 days without) seems quite hard to follow and…"
This is a group for all Nazarenes to connect and socialize and meet friends that may be in your area! It is a place to share info regarding groups that study and observe Torah (Commandments, Feasts, and the details thereof -- howto's, why's and when, where, etc) and encouraging and exhorting one another, in YHWHs Spirit of love. Theological debates should be avoided here. Those discussions can take place in other groups, or on the main discussion board.See More
Our community in Belgium would like to encourage you to continue doing the great job you are doing, and not let yourself be intimidated or saddened, because this is what the yetser hara wants.
Pessach sameach from Netivot Olam"
Thank you for your warm greetings in the group. I change some of my settings, and first and foremost I put my whole name here, instead of Peet (contraction of my family name my dear and sweet wife put here when she created my…"
"Shalom James, thank you for this post. It seems incredible though that there would be no explanation whatsoever to justify the general milk and meat separation, something so anchored in observant jewish society.
Simeon bar Yohai and…"
Thank you for your warm greetings in the group. I change some of my settings, and first and foremost I put my whole name here, instead of Peet (contraction of my family name my dear and sweet wife put here when she created my account on this website, lol). I prefer to use my true name, so people know right away who I am :-)
It's my wife Melody who found you on Facebook I think when looking for some people here in Belgium which are interested in Hebrew roots of the Scriptures.
We are a little group of 7 (a baby included) observing shabbat in Brussels (our home) or in Flemish Brabant (home of a friend), sometimes in Gent. Some of us are not completely new to bible teachings (three are former "Church of G" attendees - two are from Sacred Names group my wife and my friend's wife - and the last one is completely new to Bible instructions : feast, shabbat, etc).
My wife and I really try to find people around with wich to share biblical discussions. We were surprise to see that you also follow Rico Cortes. We discover him just few weeks ago through his videos (extremely interesting).
Anyway, I don't know if there are others here in the group being from Belgium, but I will be glad to meet and discuss with you all... at least virtually through this website. :-)
Have an excellent day ahead.
Happy shabbat in advance. May this Yom Kippur be a blessing to you and your family.
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