From the Rebbe - thoughts and comments...
17 And you have seen their abominations, and their idols, wood and stone, silver and gold, which were among them:
18 Lest there should be among you man, or woman, or mishpacha, or tribe, whose lev turns away this day from YHWH our Elohim, to go and serve the elohim of these nations; lest there should be among you a root that bears bitterness and wormwood;
19 And it comes to pass, when he hears the words of this curse, that he blesses himself in his lev, saying, I shall have shalom, though I have my halacha in the imagination of my lev, to add drunkenness to thirst:
20 YHWH will not spare him, but then the anger of YHWH and His jealousy shall be lit against that man, and all the curses that are written in this scroll shall lie upon him, and YHWH shall blot out his name from under the shamayim.
21 And YHWH shall separate him for evil out of all the tribes of Yisrael, according to the curses of the brit that are written in this scroll of the Torah:
The five verses above are fare warning to anyone whom should decide to worship an idol, and, anyone who blesses (or consoles) himself with a notion that; he can live his own way according to his own mind or heart, and there are many, I don't know about you, but I can see them everyday and even hear them say in my presense, "oh, I've worked everything out because I believe..." that person will come before judgment. When I witness to a christian that he should be obeying the things of YHWH, they usually just walk away or have some lame excuse or other. Most say, well, my church doesn't believe that way.
Good Shabbos, and Shalom
Letters from our website visitors:
I would like to welcome brother Ernie, who is also Torah keeper, to our
congregation from West Dunbartonshire Scotland. He wrote to us a nice letter
today. Many blessings and mazel tov!
This week we received a beautiful letter from a sister in Austrailia! Welcome
to our site. She has a wonderful testimony of her journey into the world of
Truth of the Scriptures. Read on.
Greetings and Shabbat Shalom,
I was just reading your story of coming into Netzarim , and wanted to say how
wonderful that you have shared this. I too had the same experience at in August
13- at the age of 67 last year, and itwas the holidays that hit hard first which had
been in Dec 2012. I was digging forthe Truth. So I too threw out all the decorations that year.
So about this time last year I realised the line was drawn in the sand and I couldn't
have my feet in two camps. it was very quick for me. I was the coordinator of
Christian religious education by voluntary teachers in our State
schools in our Valley and taught 8 lessons, so you can see I left a big hole in the
timetable. I knew I had to leave the church but thought best to resign my post first, I gave
them 4 months notice. No one has stepped up to the plate!
But once my resignation date came I was able to tell the elder when he rang
that I had left the church. that was April/May.
Same thing they tried to convince me that straight after Yeshua ascended to
Heaven the apostles started keeping the Sunday. Of course I say rubbish , They
were Jews with Jewish heritage and customs and how could
hundreds of Thousands of Jews come to Know Yeshua as Messiah if the Apostles
hadn't gone into Synagogues to tell them. And theywouldn't have been allowed in
if they were Sun-Day pagan worshippers.
(I just realised that Sheva means oath and Shabbat comes from that root means
seven etc, so it is our Almighty's oath of rest and when He gives His Oath it is
eternal and it never ever changes) but no one sees this in the
Greek do they.
I love learning Hebrew ( I had started that in 2012 also) and it knocked me off my
socks the first few lessons seeing the depth of the words.
Anyway so many of your converstaion is the same as me.
It is amazing, that I am alone in our country town, but I would rather be alone than
walking the wrong way!
I knew and was prepared for the Cut off.
I love how I love Israel now, where my Presbyterian church was anti-Semitic.
Well they are if they think they replace Israel.
Same thing SDA's/! and "Oh you be careful you are not too legalist!"
I Praise Yah everyday for this gift of finding the real SON!
No-one around me understands. I too was warned I would be starting a cult
(of one) and would go to hell as I have fallen from Grace. Oh dear! The poor
lost souls. I do have support and have Bibles CJB and the AENT has been an
I love how I go deeper every day. TOday I learned about the word " (korban)
andrelated words for sacrifice and that it it has that deep meaning of
drawing close to YHWH and your intention of your heart.
And not giving up something dear to you at all.
I am thankful that I have communication with others you are on the righteous
path /the way of the Living Torah.
albeit they live hundreds of miles away.
I came across your site today cos I was looking up the meaning of Vow/oath from
the para shah to see if it might mean something else. But no it doesn't. Just wanted
Thank you for your "Who we are" it is encouraging.
Blessings to you both and Good Health and Shalom
Here is another letter we received this week from the mid-west.
Thank you for your website and your testimony. It really hits home with me. I left christian
churches many years ago and began to learn as Yahweh saw fit to teach me. Sometimes
I still can't believe how much mercy he has shown me, a sinner. And I thank Him with all
my heart for the sacrifice of His Messiah, through whom I am redeemed. Praise the Name
of Yahweh and Yashua! But I am sad.
I'll be 60 years old soon, and as I age, my hope is that my wife, a faithful partner, and my
daughter, a loving, obedient and respectful daughter, will somehow come to understand
the Name of Yahweh and Yashua and the truth of Torah. They both are christian, attend
first day church, and have no outward desire to understand anything more. It breaks my
There are no others in my area I can find who understand, or who are willing to listen.
So I do what I can to obey my Master while keeping peace in my house. It weighs on me.
When I hear from people like you, it gives me great hope. Thank you for that hope.
R. L. Rogers