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Natsarim Way

"Truth is truth, regardless of belief. A lie remains a lie, even if it is widely accepted. Just because something is invisible does not mean it lacks existence."

​Scripture is clear, our eternal destiny is determined by faith in the Father and Messiah, our attitudes and our behaviour while we are living on this earth. In other words a person’s destiny is determined by the decision they make here on earth in this life (Hebrews 9:27). That is also the message of the Messiah from the New Testament (John 3:16, 36; Galatians 5:19-21).

This site does not require subscriptions, it does not require fees, gifts or donations to access. This site is available for anyone to read and to study who seeks to find out the truth in the Scriptures. It is made freely available through the grace of our Father and the Messiah to everyone.

The objective of this site is to set out the Natsarim Way, the Fathers path of Salvation, and counter the direction of conventional religion that has strayed from the Fathers path to Salvation. There is nothing more certain then we will die. We all will be judged on the choices we have made in life, and if we made a diligent and honest search for the truth, it is everyone's responsibility and there are people that can help. Because you have been led to this web site, you understand that the teaching you have received may be unsound. You must search for the truth with all diligence while you are able to. Put aside what you have been taught and allow the Set Apart Spirit to open your eyes and teach you the truth.

It is crucial to be discerning when it comes to information presented by writers, teachers, and speakers, including those on platforms like YouTube, as it may not always align with the truth as outlined in the Scriptures. It is important to carefully evaluate the sources of information and critically examine the evidence being presented. The stakes are high, as the battle is for one's soul.

The Father has revealed himself to us in the Scriptures, His Word. Sound teaching of the Scriptures matters. We cannot place our own interpretations on the Word, and nor can all of the denominations that exist now, who all believe something slightly different. Inaccurate teaching of the Scriptures can lead people astray. It can teach people to believe in false interpretations and practices, and with this we have seen paganism incorporated in most denominations. Consider the pagan practice that is celebrated as church festivals of e-a-s-t-e-r and c-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s. In James 3:1, James warns us that teachers will be judged with greater strictness as they lead other believers astray and cause them to stumble or fall, or never find the Messiahs Way, and they do this through providing mis-information.

Misinformation arises due to inaccurate information, misunderstanding, misinterpretation, pressure to conform to a specific denominational belief, poor teaching or personal gain. Misinformation affects the way that people perceive and understand information, it creates a veil that hinders a person's ability to truly understand the Scriptures.

The death of the Messiah, as a sacrifice for our sins, resulted in the tearing of the veil in the Temple. This event symbolised that access to the truth and understanding of the Scriptures is now available to all. We do not need complex teaching, assumptions based on assumptions, we need the facts set out in the Scriptures. Just as many other believers have experienced the veil being torn that masked their view of the Scriptures, you too can have the veil lifted from your eyes, allowing you to see the Scriptures come alive with clarity and revelation.

The scriptures are rich with symbolism and metaphor, and the associations between different passages can deepen our understanding of the message being conveyed. The Set Apart Spirit can guide us in our reading and interpretation, revealing new insights and connections between different passages. This can lead to a greater appreciation for the complexities and nuances of the scriptures and help us to see and understand the truth as the Scriptures come to life. It's important to approach the study of the scriptures with an open heart and mind, allowing the Set Apart Spirit (this is the correct term for the Holy Spirit) to work in us and teach us.

As you explore the content on this website, try to approach it with an open mind and let go of any preconceived notions or teachings you may have received from churches or denominations. It's crucial to read these pages and the Scriptures with fresh eyes and a genuine understanding of what the Scriptures truly convey. I have set out in these web pages what I have been led to in my journey, and it is very different to what is taught in many denominations, doctrine. While individuals and teachers are entitled to their own perspectives, they are not entitled to their own facts. In the Scriptures, the facts are very clear and the Set Apart Spirit will teach you.

At the same time, it's also important to recognise that we may be attached to beliefs and may resist change - that does not mean that your current beliefs are correct, it just means you have a cognitive bias and this is one of s-a-t-a-n-s most potent weapons. Prior education and experiences influence how we interpret and understand new information. Our beliefs and biases act as filters, affecting how we perceive and interpret both the world around us and the Scriptures. Unless you let go of your education and biases, it will be very difficult to understand the depth of the messages contained in the Scriptures. We need to come to the Father in innocence, humbleness, obedience and with a genuine desire to learn, letting go of your biases and education and this renews your mind. The Messiah spoke of this in Matthew 18:2

Matthew 18:2 And Yahusha called a little child to Him, set him in their midst, 3 and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become as little children, you shall by no means enter into the reign of the heavens. 4 “Whoever then humbles himself as this little child is the greatest in the reign of the heavens.

When individuals are initially taught misinformation, they may unknowingly persist in that belief unless they actively question or challenge it. This underscores the significance of actively seeking trustworthy and accurate information, and being receptive to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

So, put aside the teachings and traditions of faith community's, denominations and churches as these may lead to a loss of context and an incomplete understanding of the scriptures and allow the Set Apart Spirit to challenge and remove the barriers to true understanding. The goal of reading and studying the Scriptures should be to draw closer to the Father and to grow in one's spiritual journey, not to prove one interpretation is right and others are wrong.

Chances are that you have a cognitive bias if you belong to a denomination. you will believe what the denominations particular doctrine is. But up you should question why there are so many denominations all stemming from the one book of Scriptures, and those denominations consider that they are right and all of the others are wrong.......

False interpretations, word changes, and bending of facts can lead to a distorted understanding of the Scriptures and can create a barrier to our relationship with the Father. It is important to approach the Scriptures with an open mind and a desire to seek the truth, rather than attempting to use the Scriptures to support preconceived beliefs or agendas.

In addition, it is important to be aware of the context in which the Scriptures were written, including the historical, cultural, and linguistic factors that may influence their interpretation. This can involve studying the original languages in which the Scriptures were written, understanding the cultural and historical context of the time period, and considering the literary style and genre of the text.

Ultimately, any believers goal should be to seek a deeper understanding of the truth and to develop a personal relationship with the Father based on a clear and accurate understanding of His Word. This requires a commitment to seeking the truth and being open to correction and growth, as well as a willingness to engage in dialogue and study with others who may have different perspectives and insights.

Change can be difficult, especially when it challenges our deeply held beliefs or sense of identity. However, a willingness to engage in self-reflection and examination can help us to overcome these challenges and gain a deeper understanding of the truth. This may involve questioning our assumptions and beliefs, seeking out different perspectives and interpretations, and being open to correction and growth from the Ruach Ha-Kodesh.

Ultimately, the process of self-reflection and examination is a continuous one, as we strive to deepen our understanding of the Scriptures and to grow in our relationship with the Father. This requires a willingness to be humble, to admit our mistakes and limitations, and to seek out guidance and support from others who can help us on this journey.

For instance, many denominations teach and follow pagan false deity celebrations such as e-a-s-t-e-r and c-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s and ignore the Fathers Feasts set out in Scripture. Most denominations will not believe in a renewed covenant, the Torah, or honour the Feasts that celebrate the Fathers Salvation plan.  If you are in one of these denominations this is a good indicator that paganism and witchcraft are mixed with the teaching you are receiving. Our minds have to be born again so that we cleanse our minds of knowledge and learning that are barriers to faith, the Set Apart Spirit can guide you to cleanse your mind.

The Scriptures encourage us to live a set-apart life, distinct from the ways of the world, as a means of protecting ourselves from false beliefs and distorted worldviews. In Revelation 18:4 "And I heard another voice from the heaven saying, "Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues." we are called out of babylon.

By living a set-apart life, we can focus on developing a deeper understanding of the truth rather than being swayed by the false ideas and influences of the world. Now this does not mean you withdraw totally from the world, that is a personal decision, but that you filter the world around you with the Scriptures rather than false information.

Many people today rely on second-hand sources for their understanding of the Scriptures, such as dramatic presentations, movies, or novels. This can certainly limit the depth and accuracy of their understanding, as they are only getting a version of the text filtered by someone else's perspective, which may not be entirely accurate or representative of the original text. This can lead to misunderstandings and misinterpretations, which can be reinforced and perpetuated over time.

This is one of the major reasons why there are many different denominations within christianity, each with their own beliefs, practices and interpretations of the Scriptures. Teachers bring their own perspectives to the text, denominational doctrine controls what teachers will teach, and teachers may interpret certain passages differently based on their own understanding and experiences rather than what the Set Apart Spirit will teach, bending and twisting 2000 year old idioms and meanings.

Many denominations are thinly disguised commercial businesses. Does anyone really think that commercial businesses are what the Scriptures are leading us to? The Messiah picked this out in Matthew 23:25 with the pharisees who appeared righteous on the outside, but inside they were pagan

Matthew 23:25 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! Because you clean the outside of the cup and dish, but inside they are filled with plunder and unrighteousness. 26 “Blind Pharisee, first clean the inside of the cup and dish, so that the outside of them becomes clean too. 27 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! Because you are like whitewashed tombs which outwardly indeed look well, but inside are filled with dead men’s bones and all uncleanness.

The so called christian church, the reformation movement, and all of the denominations that there is available to choose from is no more than a repackage of errors, magic and pagan worship into another form. Have a look at the emblems in most churches, steeples, crosses, symbols, and then look up occult practices. If you are a true believer, should you be in a church that has occult symbols? Should you be in a church that mistranslates or stretches the Scriptures? Should you be in a church whose doctrine follows other the Scriptures?
For you, there is a lot at stake. The fight is over your soul and eternity.
Consider the words of the Messiah when talking to the pharisees in Matthew 23:13

Matthew 23:13 “But woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! Because you shut up the reign of the heavens before men, for you do not go in, nor do you allow those who are entering to go in. 14 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! Because you eat up widows’ houses, and for a show make long prayers. Because of this you shall receive greater judgment.  15 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! Because you go about the land and the sea to win one convert, and when he is won, you make him a son of Gehenna twofold more than yourselves

We live in a world betrayed by political leaders, corrupt ideologies and led by an economic structure that was first developed in Babylon. Our world promotes a lifestyle based on material pursuits, its aim is to make those who are stronger than others, richer and cause the those who are not as aggressive to fall into economic slavery - this is the babylon form of economics. Our world is not about fairness, meekness, forgiveness and worship of the Father, it has been diverted with education, economic and political pressure, blending to mask individuals view of the world we live in.

It is hard to imagine a structure that could lead people so strongly from the Fathers word. The worlds ideology and economic structure has led the world close to the point of destruction with wars, famine, disease, and now global warming causing climate change. The world in which we live will never be the same. There is only one entity that wanted to destroy mankind and the world. He has woven a web of deceit and lies that is destroying mankind and the world. And we have all stood by and let that happen. What we have been taught and see in the world creates a veil over our eyes so we cannot see the truth, we see instead a false reality. The Father has been hidden from many peoples view.

The teaching of the Messiah contrasts strongly against this our political leaders, ideology and economics. It sets an approach of leading a Set Apart Life dedicated to the Father. I read about many who are disillusioned with our material-based culture and are seeking a better way, but they do not know how to lead such a life. Our societal structure makes if very different for such people as they as branded as non-conformist.

It is true that many people turn to meditation, prayer, and reading to seek understanding and peace. These practices can be helpful in promoting a sense of calm and well-being. However, true peace and understanding can only come from a personal relationship with the Father. This requires a willingness to seek Him with an open heart and mind, to study and reflect on His Word, and to live a life dedicated to His service.

We all need to seek a renewed heart and a right spirit, Psalm 51 sets out a key step in this process. This involves recognising and repenting of our sins, being baptised, and committing ourselves to following His will for our lives.

Ultimately, the path to true understanding and peace is a personal journey that requires a sincere and dedicated effort to seek and follow the Father's guidance. True peace and understanding can only come from a personal relationship with the Father through the Messiah.

Psalm 51 is one of the many verses in the Scripture that sets out what you need to do

Psalm 51:6 See, You have desired truth in the inward parts, And in the hidden part You make me know wisdom.  7 Cleanse me with hyssop, and I am clean; Wash me, and I am whiter than snow.  8 Let me hear joy and gladness, Let the bones You have crushed rejoice.  9 Hide Your face from my sins, And blot out all my crookednesses.  10 Create in me a clean heart, Yahuah, And renew a steadfast spirit within me.  11 Do not cast me away from Your presence, And do not take Your Set-apart Spirit from me.  12 Restore to me the joy of Your deliverance, And uphold me, Noble Spirit!  13 Let me teach transgressors Your ways, So that sinners turn back to You.  14 Deliver me from blood-guilt, O Elohim, Elohim of my deliverance, Let my tongue sing aloud of Your righteousness.  15 O Yahuah, open my lips, And that my mouth declare Your praise.

Some denominations or religious groups may not provide a complete or accurate interpretation of the Scriptures, and may even exhibit cult-like behaviors or exert pressure on members to conform to a particular belief system. It is important for individuals to exercise discernment and critical thinking when evaluating any religious group or denomination, and to ensure that their teachings align with the principles and values set forth in the Scriptures.

It is unfortunate that some denominations exhibit exclusionary or punitive behaviors towards individuals who do not conform to their beliefs or practices, or who question their teachings, even to the point of expulsion in case you "infect" others with the same belief. This can create an atmosphere of fear, guilt, and shame that may hold individuals captive and outside of the Fathers Salvation plan. S-a-t-a-n uses this type of coercive behaviour, biased education, deceit, false denominations that follow pagan practices, to create a veil over peoples eye so that they forfeit the Salvation available to them.

This is mind control, brainwashing, and the sad truth is that when you are inside it, you do not know that you are being subject to that kind of control. We all need to be reborn spiritually to cleanse the power of that mind control, have a read of the page "
Rebirth of the mind".

It is important for individuals to be able to question and seek the truth without fear of retribution or ostracism. This type of behaviour is opposite to the principles of love, compassion, and forgiveness contained in the Scriptures, a denomination is the last place this type of behaviour should occur, but it does, all the time.

It is also important that individuals can question the financial spending of denominations where they give money - is the gift being wisely used, or is this just a profit making commercial organisation. While tithing is a common practice, individuals have the right to know how their donations are being used and should be able to request a breakdown of the organisation's finances. Now no one is against paying for time to help, but, the huge profit making financial corporations that some denominations represent are a far cry from the messages that the Messiah gave in the New Testament. If a religious group or denomination is not transparent about its financial practices, this may indicate that the denomination is merely a commercial institution seeking your financial support for its activities.

Scathing enough? I think not, we are talking about the opportunity for people to receive Salvation being hidden from them. They are deceitfully led away from the Fathers Salvation Plan  by s-a-t-a-n as he seeks to demolish mankind and this world. But seeking the truth is what we all should be doing, is it not? Why would a denomination cast someone out that is seeking the truth? Why is it a mortal sin in denominations to seek the true Hebrew name of the Father and the Son when the Scriptures tell us to call on those names, why is it an issue to honour the Ten Commandments in full including the Sabbath and the Feasts, the Torah and the Messiah is very explicit on what is expected of believers.

For instance, Sunday observance instead of the Sabbath is placing false deity idol worship above the authority of the Father set out in the Scriptures (Exodus 20:8 to 11). And why not honour the Scriptural Feasts? After all the Feast of Sukkoth is still to be honoured after the Messiahs second coming, so why would you be taught that Feasts no longer apply after the Messiah?

Have a look at Zechariah 14:16 and ask your teacher/minister/pastor what it means, but make sure you read it thoroughly first. You will be told that those things is contrary to the Scriptures and were done away with when the Messiah was sacrificed. But that is not true, the Messiah, his disciples, Paul, and the early church kept the Torah and the Feasts. One of the Feasts goes on forever - so why should it not be followed now, and if it should be followed why should not the others be observed - they are all about the Fathers Salvation plan. There is no question, the Messiahs Sacrifice did fulfill the sacrificial requirements for the atonement of sin. But the Spring Feasts point to the Salvation Plan that the Messiah partially fulfilled, the Autumn Feasts are the end of time. Honouring these feasts and the Commandments is obeying the Father and the Messiah.

Zechariah 14:16 And it shall be that all who are left from all the nations which came up against Jerusalem, shall go up from year to year to bow themselves to the Sovereign, Yahuah of hosts, and to celebrate the Festival of Sukkot

Remember, the Messiah and his disciples and the early church all kept the Fathers Commandments and Feasts. It is denominations doctrine and not the Scriptures that say you should not keep these. Paul kept the Feasts, have a look at Acts 18:21, and I would sooner follow Pauls teaching than someone today telling me their interpretation of what Pauls words were. You should question why you belong to a denomination that is hiding the truth from you, and remember that the argument is for your soul.

Acts 18:21 but took leave of them, saying, “I have to keep this coming festival in Jerusalem by all means, but I shall come back to you, Elohim desiring so.” And he sailed from Ephesus.

Denominations will seek to retain control.

Many denominations have adopted pagan practices, integrating these into worship of the Father, as such, they are just a thinly disguised pagan religion, a counterfeit. S-a-t-a-n blends magic and witchcraft into his versions and interpretations of the Scriptures to ensure that individuals will not see or understand the truth, and then uses coercive behaviour to ensure that individuals align. The sad fact is, that most people do not realise that they are following a counterfeit. The work of the Natsarim is to challenge that counterfeit.

Charles Spurgeon once said - If your creed and Scripture do not agree, cut your creed to pieces, but make it agree with this book. If there be anything in the church to which you belong which is contrary to the inspired Word, leave that church. That very church which the world likes best is sure to be that which Yahuah abhors. The last sentence says it all, you need to be very aware of what your denomination believes in, what you yourself believe in, and what the Scriptures say, and if the doctrine you are following does not agree with the Scriptures, leave that denomination and do not look back.

In Hosea, in the Old Testament, the Father laments the state of his people, how true is that of today? The key verse is verse 6.

Hosea 4:1 Hear the word of Yahuah, you children of Israel, for Yahuah has a case against the inhabitants of the land: “For there is no truth or loving-commitment or knowledge of Elohim in the land. 2 “Swearing, and lying, and murdering, and stealing, and committing adultery have increased. And bloodshed follows bloodshed. 3 “Therefore the land mourns, and everyone living there languishes, with the beasts of the field and the birds of the heavens. And the fish of the sea are taken away. 4 “However, let no one strive or reprove another, for your people are like those striving with a priest. 5 “And you shall stumble in the day, and the prophet shall also stumble with you in the night. And I shall make your mother perish. 6 “My people have perished for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge, I reject you from being priest for Me. Since you have forgotten the Torah of your Elohim, I also forget your children.

If you think you are a believer, do you reject the information within these web pages? Do you belong to a denomination that rejects or bends the true word of the Father to match doctrine? Are you unhappy with teaching that directs you away from the obedience with the Fathers Commandments? Do you believe in a lie? If you answer "yes" to just one of these, study these pages, pray and seek guidance from the Ruach Ha-Kodesh.

But it is not just false or poor teaching that is the problem, it is also inaccurate Bible translations, YouTube videos, books, that place a "spin" on the Fathers salvation plan creating "special" interpretations where competing denominations consider they have the true message and are the only ones that will receive salvation. Consider how many denominations there are (about 32,000), it is possible for people to go shopping to choose the denomination and doctrine that best suits their lifestyle. You can choose from a “rock” denomination, a new prophet denomination, a night club denomination, even artificial intelligence – and the types go on. The book of Revelations speaks loudly against such practices and beliefs in the letters to the seven churches and just how off track some of them in reality are. This is not the message of the Father or the Messiah.

You need to invest in good accurate translations of the Scriptures, read the Scriptures yourself, and question all that you hear and pray. Many people accept the views and opinions of so-called experts who are often quite biased in their belief and perspective. This is the worst outcome imaginable, trusting your salvation to someone else's view without question, you trusting your life to someone that you probably do not know, when you could read, study and pray yourself.

Many people accept without question what they have heard, read or were taught throughout their lives about Scriptures, the Messiah, and His teachings. Many people vigorously defend their denominations doctrine while feeling no need to examine proof of why they believe what they do, or to consider how they came to such beliefs. It is unfortunate that human nature tends to follow the crowd and what is popular, not what may in reality be true. The truth is often not popular, but the easy path is.

Most of the massive number of denominations (churches) have readily adopted some form of mis-translation to support their doctrine. They accept, inaccurate teaching, pagan traditions and magic, blending these into their worship. Few people are aware, or even care, that the doctrine they believe in has been taken almost entirely from paganism, false customs, witchcraft and human reasoning, not from the Scriptures.  Look up symbols of witchcraft, paganism and false deity worship and then note what is contained in many churches, their rituals, and doctrine.

The real Messiah of the Scriptures has been left out of teaching and many translations and supplanted with a counterfeit. He is unknown to people whose belief is contaminated by a cloud of deceit, confusion, lies and commonly accepted falsehoods. What better way is there to remove the salvation power of the Scriptures and hide the Messiah from peoples view than to use a thinly disguised counterfeit, that is close to the truth, but is not the truth.

The most difficult thing for any person is to admit being wrong, particularly when it means going against the popular belief. Unlearning false knowledge and learning true knowledge in its place is not easy. It can be a painful, shattering experience. My plea to everyone is to diligently search the scriptures like the Berean Greeks Paul mentions in Acts 17:11

Acts 17:11 Now these were more noble than those in Thessalonica, who received the word with great eagerness, and searched the Scriptures daily, if these words were so.

The Old Testament points to the first and second coming of the Messiah. Neither the New Testament or the Old Testament books can be read in isolation. The Old Testament talks about the physical path under the Old Covenant, while the New Testament talks about the spiritual path we must follow under the renewed covenant.

To understand the Scriptures, we need to understand the language and meaning of phrases that were in use at the time, and not change the interpretation to what we now understand, such as associations with words, phrases and behavior. These include considering the historical and cultural context in which the scriptures were written, paying attention to the original language, and understanding the literary context of the passage. It's also important to consider the overarching theme and message of the Scriptures as a whole, rather than focusing solely on individual passages in isolation. We must not bend the meaning to fit a particular denominations choice of interpretation.

For instance, I may say that a car looks “hot” – meaning that the car looks fast. However, my daughters would associate different meaning with the statement and think that the car should not be touched as they could get burned. Same words, different understanding just within one generation.

Many translations and doctrines will argue that is not the case and will develop their own translations based on the use of words and phrases that apply now, or on non-literal interpretations, instead of what the meaning of the words were at the time the Scriptures were written. Words change meaning over time, for instance I may say that a car looks "hot" which to me means desirable, but my children would say not it is at the right temperature, but it does look "cool".

Ultimately, the role of the Set Apart Spirit is essential in interpreting the scriptures correctly. By seeking the guidance of the Holy Spirit and relying on his wisdom and insight, we can be confident that we are understanding the scriptures in a way that is true to their intended meaning. Praying for wisdom and discernment can help to ensure that you are interpreting the scriptures in a way that aligns with the will of the Father.

Remember the letter to the church in Laodicea in Revelation 3:15 where the Laodiceans were obviously too busy earning money to spend time devoted to prayer and study. They were maintaining just an appearance of righteousness. They key is verse 18.

Revelation 3:15  15 “I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I would that you were cold or hot.  16 “So, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I am going to vomit you out of My mouth.  17 “Because you say, ‘Rich I am, and I am made rich, and need none at all,’ and do not know that you are wretched, and pitiable, and poor, and blind, and naked. 18 “I advise you to buy from Me gold refined in the fire, so that you become rich; and white garments, so that you become dressed, so that the shame of your nakedness might not be shown; and anoint your eyes with ointment, so that you see

The Messiah was very clear in his teaching in the Gospel and his debates with the pharisees - don't be fooled by lies.
Some denominations and teachers may use fear or shame to control their followers, this is not in line with the teachings of the Scriptures, which emphasise love, grace, and truth. It's important to be aware of the influence of power dynamics in denominations and religious institutions and to be cautious of any denominations or teachers that use fear or shame to control their followers. Anyone who tries to use fear or shame to control you and your beliefs is not of the Father.

Remember the Messiahs words in Matthew 7:13

Matthew 7:13 “Enter in through the narrow gate! Because the gate is wide – and the way is broad – that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter in through it. 14 “Because the gate is narrow and the way is hard pressed which leads to life, and there are few who find it. 15 “But beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are savage wolves.

So who is right? Take your choice, either shop for a doctrine that suits how you think you should live and that you find comfortable, or turn to the Father now through the Messiah. Objectively study the Scriptures and allow the Set Apart Spirit to teach you.

John 14.24 “He who does not love Me does not guard My Words. And the Word which you hear is not Mine but of the Father Who sent Me.  25 “These Words I have spoken to you while still with you. 26 “But the Helper, the Set-apart Spirit, whom the Father shall send in My Name, He shall teach you all, and remind you of all that I said to you.

Natsarim believe that the Scriptures are truth, and should be read and understood as they were written without bending meaning or taking odd verses in isolation. All of the Scriptures apply as much to our lives now under a spiritual covenant, as it applied to the Hebrews under a physical covenant.

The real story of the Scriptures is far from what is taught in most churches. Incorrect translations of the original Hebrew and Greek Scriptures, the desire to interpret Scriptures to give preferred meaning (false doctrine), merging the Scriptures with pagan practices and witchcraft have delivered a false religious system. It is a thinly disguised system of pagan worship. This false pagan system follows pagan false deity worship, pagan deity festivals and while it all sounds good, do not teach the worship of the Father as the Father set out in the Scriptures. In other words, many churches teach a lie.

Just as the beggar at the pool of Siloam who received his sight when he took a step in faith and believed, you also can receive your spiritual sight by taking a step in faith. Ask the Father in the Name of the Messiah to open your eyes to his Word, and the Scriptures will come alive.

Taking a step of faith can involve many things, such as putting trust in the Father, living out one's beliefs in daily life, making decisions based on one's faith, or in my case, stepping out of the education that was a barrier to my faith. Faith can be a challenging and sometimes difficult journey that requires courage, perseverance, and humility.

I have included on this web site what I understand after my eyes were opened. Since my eyes were opened and the veil created by my education was removed, the world is a very different place to me. What I see hear and understand now is filtered through the Scriptures. I needed to unlearn a lot of what my mind had been templated with due to the education and denominational teaching I had received, it masked my understanding to the simple message of the Scriptures.

If you want your eyes opened, take a step in faith, get baptised, and pray with all of your heart, renounce every sin, ask for your eyes to be opened and seek help from those who truly seek the Father and in truth. Ask for cleaansing of your mind and heart. Study the Scriptures for what they do actually say, using if you can, the earliest Greek documents and the Septuagint. If you belong to a denomination, you may find that you are subject to spiritual abuse by a systematic pattern of coercive and controlling behaviour in a religious context, or you may be exited from that denomination as I was. In that case, come and join the Natsarim walk. But do not fear, our walk is a narrow walk, but we will have the Set-Apart Spirit within us.

We are told in Luke 12:54 to learn to discern the times

Luke 12:54 And He also said to the crowds, “When you see a cloud rising out of the west, immediately you say, ‘A storm is coming,’ and so it is.  55 “And when you see the south wind blow, you say, ‘There shall be hot weather,’ and it is.  56 “Hypocrites! You know to discern the face of the heaven and of the earth, but how is it you do not discern this time?

Today, now, is the time for you to choose what you will believe in, your time is short. The choices you make today impact not just how you understand the world now and tomorrow, it also impacts on your eternity. Don't delay, don't give up - we would love to hear your stories.

Ask the Father to open your eyes to the truth in his Scriptures and sincerely pray to the Father because he sees our intents and thoughts. The words in Psalm 139 is a prayer that we should make in all sincerity

Psalm 139:23 Search me, Father, and know my heart; Try me, and know my thoughts;  24 And see if an idolatrous way is in me, And lead me in the way everlasting.

Web page last updated 16 December 2023

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