Who are the Natsarim

We are not linked to any denomination, we follow the Father and the Messiah though the Scriptures. This website is intended to be tuitional, informing you what the Scriptures actually say, errors in teaching range from false doctrine, man made rituals, paganism and witchcraft all integrated into the false teaching. Please read with a clear mind as it will challenge your understanding.

Are there many paths to salvation? Is each denomination unique as they all have their own tradition and rituals and interpretations? Deciding which denomination to attend is like a shopping spree - pick the one that best suits your wants. Do you like night clubs - pick an entertainment church, do you like ritual - pick a ritualistic church, do you like just a sunday church - pick any of the reformed churches. Which denomination is correct? Are teachers and religious leaders glazing over truth to fit into social norms?

The answers are in the Scriptures, going back to the real source, the Torah, is the only way to find the Truth. It has taken me decades of wandering to discover the real path, the Natsarim Way. It is not new, it was just hidden by my education.Believers have been misled, the message for the last days is given at Malachi 4:1-6: "Remember the Torah of  Moses."

 

The truth can be found once your eyes have been spiritually opened, as mine were, and many others who follow the Natsarim Way. Just as the beggar at the Pool of Siloam, it will take you a step in faith. You will see a world where the truth was intricately hidden by a web  of deceit and lies, your education creates a veil that will not allow you to see the truth. But be prepared to be shunned by denominations, friends and family as you start your true walk with the Father and Messiah.

The Scripture has the answers, you need to seek them with all your heart, body, mind and soul, and take a step in faith.There is a growing world-wide movement of the Messiahs followers awakening on the Earth right now, and they call themselves Natsarim.

The Natsarim are watchmen and were were spoken about by the Prophets in the Old Testament and in the New Testament.  The first followers of the Messiah were  a sect called the Natsarim (Nazarene).  They were not accepted by the teachers of Judaism nor the early or current christian churches.


The Hebrew word "Natsarim" is translated as “watchman” in the Scriptures who means “one who looks out,” “one who spies,” or “one who watches.” Sometimes watchmen were scouts who looked out for approaching friends as well as enemies. Their job was to keep watch and warn the townspeople of impending threats. Natsarim are warning now of the Messiahs approaching second coming.

Christianity is a hybrid religion based on many of the teachings of the Messiah, but it is not the same religion He taught.  It is a mixture of selected parts of the Torah with pagan traditions and rituals.

Natsarim follow The Way. The Way is the path that the Messiah set out in the Scriptures. Natsarim were easily identified due to their use of the actual Name of the Father and the Messiah.  Although the real name of the Father was outlawed, the Messiah used His Name regularly as did the apostles.

Matthew 7:14 “Because the gate is narrow and the way is hard pressed which leads to life, and there are few who find it.

Consequently, Natsarim also do not teach the traditions of Judaism, referred to as the doctrines of men or dogma, and do not follow the doctrine of churches.

Natsarim follow the Torah and accept the salvation offered by the sacrifice of the Messiah.  Despite what many denominations teach, the Torah was not replaced by a new covenant by the Messiah, it was partly fulfilled by the Messiah and with the Second Coming will be fulfilled, as forecast in the Feasts. It still applies now, so the Ten Commandments and the Sabbath is important to your walk on The Way

The Torah is eternal and was followed perfectly by the Messiah, making the him the perfect sinless sacrifice for us.  The Messiahs sacrifice coincided exactly with the Spring Feasts.

We, as followers of the Messiah, follow the Natsarim Way