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finding-real-lifeReason for living: eat, drink and be glad with the joy of Elohim

King Solomon was king for 39 years (970-931 BC), dying near 80 years of age of natural death. It is considered by many the King of Israel that had more wisdom, and brought more prosperity to his people.  He built the First Temple of Israel, and although he was powerful, the idolatry (1Ki 11:4) of his 700 wives and 300 concubines took away his love for the Creator of the Universe, and because of that his Kingdom was divided into two parts when his heir, Rehoboam. He wrote several books of the Tanack: Mishlei (Proverbs), Kohelet (Ecclesiastes) and the Shir has-Shirim (song of songs).  Read more


613_mitzvot1613 Mitzvot & Yeshua keys to be Nazarene Jews

The word mitzvot (Commandments) is plural; singular is Mitzvah (commandment). Of the 613 mitzvot: 248 commandments are positive (do) and 365 commandments are negative (not do); many of these commandments (as all the commandments related to sacrifices) are not feasible, as there is not a temple in Jerusalem, also that Yeshua is now our high priest in heaven (Hebrews 6:20), and we are forgiven by his blood (Hebrews 7:27).  Read More


howtoprayThe obligation to recite the Shema and how to pray to Elohim

The Shema is an affirmation and a declaration of faith in one God (Devarim (Deu) 6:4). Even Yeshua (Jesus) said that the Shema was the first greatest commandment (mitzvah):

The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment.” (Mark 12:29-30)(KJV)

There is an obligation for Jews and Messianic Nazarene Jews to recite the Shema, Devarim(Deu) 6:7 in the morning, in the Shabbat and holidays, an at bedtime, and at various other times.        Read more


yeshua-1Yeshua, the Angel of Elohim, the Messiah of Israel

Let us use the description of Yohanan in Revelation, in which the Apostol affirms that the revelation given to Yeshua by his Father is what Yohanan is writting (there is two actors speaking at the same time Elohim and Yeshua):

Rev 1:1-2The Revelation of Yeshua Ha Mashiaj, which Elohim gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant Yohanan: Who bare record of the word of Elohim, and of the testimony of Yeshua Ha Mashiaj, and of all things that he saw.”.     Read more


halakhaJewish Halakha and the Rabbinic Authority in the Messianic World

 

Much is being talked about in the Messianic Congregations of the Halakhah: jewish halacha (Jewish Law), laws instituted by the rabbis and from long-standing customs. Some people may claim that to practice it shows someone who still follows laws of men, without knowing that Rabbi Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel, practised many rabbinical laws during his short life in this world.   Read more


 

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10 Differences between Christianity

and Nazarene Judaism

1. CHRISTIANS: Believe in God the Father, God the Sun and God the Spirit, three persons in one God (doctrine of the Trinity).
NAZARENE JUDAISM: We have the father, YHWH, as the only Elohim and the center of worship (Dt 6:4-9). We do not believe in the Trinity.  Read More