Torah-Observant Messianic Jews  (Nazarenes-Netzarim)

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Nazarene Jews Through Out Historyancient-jewish-family-seder

“He that has My mitzvot, and keeps them, he it is that loves Me: and he who loves Me, shall be loved by My Abba, and I will love him, and will reveal Myself to him,”  Yochanan 14:21.

We know from scripture that Yeshua’s followers kept the Shabat and Jewish festivals(Acts 13:13-15; 17:2).  We see that up until this time the Church in Jerusalem was very Jewish. This situation continued on throughout the first century and well into the second century.   Read More


mezuzahKosher Mezuzah Scroll: Remembering Elohim everyday

What is a Mezuzah:

A mezuzah scroll (Hebrew for doorpost) is a piece of parchment(often contained in a decorative case) inscribed with specified Hebrew verses from the Torah (Devarim (Deu)6:4-9 and 11:13-21), a passage commonly known as the Shema . It intents to comply with “on the knobposts of your house” (Devarim (Deu) 6:9). The mezuzah is not, a good-luck charm, nor does it have any connection with the lamb’s blood placed on the doorposts in Egypt.     Read More

baby-jesus-400x274Determining when Yeshua the Messiah of Israel was born.

Much has said of the day when Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel, was born. Many claim that it is difficult or nearly impossible to determine the date with accuracy. Lucas, a natural historian, does not agree with recounting the life of the Messiah of Israel, buthe left keys to accurately discern the day of Yeshua’s birth and  death; It was the least that Lucas could do for the most famous character of all time.  Read More

januca1Hanukkah the Feast of Dedication. Is it Biblical?

The Feast of Hanukkah (transliterada into English as Chanukah) called the feast of dedication, lights or luminaries, is a festival that for eight days from the 25th day of kislev on the Hebrew calendar, commemorates the recovery of Jewish independence  at the hands of the Maccabees over the Greeks and also speaks of the rededication of the second temple in Jerusalem in the year 165 BC. This celebration takes place betweenNovember and December of the Gregorian calendar.   Read more

Christmas Is Not Biblical, It is Paganchristmas1

Christmas is a wonderfull almost magical day of the year for some people, a reason of encounters of family and friendships, gifts, decoration with red and green colors, toast and wishes for peace between families and country and a hope of prosperity and happiness for all.  But mostly it’s a shopping day, great for small shops and big companies, practically invented and adapted for that purpose exclusively. That does not take away the beautiful celebration and the amount of almost mystical characters that fill the Christmas scene. But is it biblical? Is it in the Tanack? Is actually the day of the birth of Yeshua? All those questions get a resounding NO.    Read more


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