“And the dragon was enraged against the woman; and he went to make war upon the remnant of her seed who keep the Commandments of Elohim and have the testimony of Y’shua.”
Revelation 12:17 - A.E.N.T.
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New Testament verses quoted from the Aramaic English New Testament, Andrew Gabriel Roth, Netzari Press, except as otherwise noted.
"My beloved, while I take all pains to write to you of our common life, it is needful
for me to write to you, encouraging you to maintain a conflict for the faith which
was once delivered to the Set Apart believers."
Yehudah 1:3 A.E.N.T.
The history of the Netzarim (Nazarenes) dates to the days of Mashiyach Y'shua’s (Christians
refer to Him as Jesus) ministry on earth. Y'shua was Himself called a Nasraya. Yochanan
(John) 18:5, "They said to him, "Y'shua the Nasraya. Y'shua said to them, 'I am he'."
Andrew Roth's footnote says, "Y'shua is Mashiyach; the 'Netzer' of Yesha'yahu/Isaiah
11..." On page 905 in the appendixes of the AENT Roth goes on to say, "The Netzarim
designation clearly implies the 'Tree of Life" which serves as a reminder of the
Eternal Kingdom that was offered to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The term
netzer (sprout or branch) is also the root word for the City of the Branch, Netzeret
(Nazareth)... The designation of 'Nasraya' serves as a reminder for all his followers,
not that he dwelled in Netzeret but that his 'dwelling' (the Spirit of Mashiyach)
is within his people." (see also Matt. 2:23; 26:71; Mark 1:24; 10:47; 14:67; Luke
4:34; Romans 11:16).
One of the fundamental doctrines taught in Christianity is that "Jesus nailed the Law (Torah) to the cross and we are no longer under the law". What does it really mean to be "under the law", especially from a Hebrew point of view? The Hebrew point of view is of extreme importance since Y'shua, the Messiah, was a Hebrew, His Shlichim were Hebrews (Luke was an Aramean wrongly interpreted as a Gentile), and they spoke Hebrew and Aramaic.
Christians around the world observe the Friday before Easter as "Good Friday", the
day they believe Messiah was crucified. But does the Ketuviim Netzarim (Writings
of the Nazarenes, Christian term: New Testament) really teach that Messiah was crucified
on a Friday and resurrected on a Sunday? "IF" Messiah was crucified on the 6th day
(Friday) of the week, then Messiah would have lied about the only "sign" that would
be given. So, did Messiah lie or has Christian "doctrine" twisted the scriptures
to fit into a pagan holy day?
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A co-worker asked me, "You do believe in Jesus, don't you?" I replied, "No. I believe
in Yeshua the Hebrew Mashiyach".
My co-worker said, "Yeshua, Jesus, we are talking about the same person". Well, not
This age old question has perplexed mankind throughout the centuries. A similar question
has stumped mankind for hundreds of years but it is far easier to answer than the
“chicken or the egg” question. It is, “Which came first, the Greek or the Aramaic?”
Well, the proof is out there if we would only open our eyes and read it.
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