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The time is coming when Ya'akov will take root;

Israel will bud and flower,

and fill the whole world with a harvest...

you will be gathered, one by one,

people of Israel.

Isaiah 27

 

Where are the Netzarim today?  The largest groups of Netzarim are currently in Central and South America and Spain.  There are small groups in America, Europe, Canada, Israel etc.  The majority of groups meet in private homes.  Most Netzarim groups welcome visits by curious onlookers, others prefer visitors to have a basic understanding of the Netzarim Faith before attending Shabbat meetings.  Many Netzarim souls have discovered the True Faith through online dialogue, it is not uncommon that Netzarim souls have lived the Faith before taking on the Netzarim label.  One Jewish family in Israel had been attending a local Orthodox Jewish congregation for many years as "secret followers", when these made contact with other Netzarim Jews they adopted the Netzarim label, they had previously considered themselves as Torah Observant Messianic Jews.  Most ex-Christians that have become Netzarim have voluntarily left churches, but many were also banished or condemned out of various Christian organizations for living the Faith of Yeshua and His Torah.

     Most Netzarim followers of Yeshua prefer to live simple and quiet lives in YHWH, unspotted from the world.  Netzarim followers of Yeshua are not interested in judging those outside the Netzarim Faith, any more than they are interested in being judged by those not part of the Netzarim Faith.  YHWH will reward each man according to his works, Elohim shall judge the righteous and the wicked: for there is a time for every purpose and for every work.

     If you choose to walk in the Netzarim Faith we would be glad to help find someone in your area to contact you, but it may be that a move will be in order.  But if you are interested in debate, consider what one of the Ringleaders of the Netzarim has this to say about this.

 

And even as they did not like to retain Elohim in their knowledge, Elohim gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient;  Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate , deceit, malignity; whisperers,  Backbiters, haters of Elohim, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents,  Without understanding, covenant breakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful:  Who knowing the judgment of Elohim, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.  Romans 1:28-32

 

     Never debate with the religious people, they will only drag you down to their level, then beat you with experience.  The intent of the Word of YHWH is to nurture a Kedoshim (Holy People).  Those who like to debate theology do so to justify their doctrines and theologies in an effort to hide or justify their unrighteous standards of living.  Netzarim are students of the Word of YHWH so that we may "observe to DO all His Commandments", we don't study The Word in an effort to find excuses so we can say "we don't have to do it".

 

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The Aramaic English New Testament (AENT) contains the original teachings of Y'shua Mashiyach and the writings of the Shlichim (Sent Ones - Apostles).  Contrary to Western opinion the teachings of Y'shua and Paul were originally in Aramaic not Greek.  The Aramaic New Testament has been preserved by the Church of the East who trace their roots back to the original Netzarim followers of Y'shua.  Some 360 Aramaic manuscripts (known as Peshitta) have beautifully maintained Netzarim teachings in their original language with very minor differences between manuscripts.  In the AENT you will find notes referring to the recently discovered Khabouris Codex (Aramaic New Testament), 1700 footnotes and 350 pages of appendixes that detail the Netzari Faith and lifestyle of the original Jewish followers of Y'shua.

 

The Aramaic English New Testament was translated into English by Andrew Gabriel Roth with the help of a team of Netzari and Aramaic Primacists who are collectively restoring the Aramaic and Hebrew roots of the New Testament.  We invite you to obtain a copy for your personal study to learn the Way of Mashiyach Y'shua according to the original Faith that was once delivered unto the Household of Faith. 

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