Our Emunah (Faith)

We at The Kahal Kadosh Beit Sar Shalom.and our Congregation:The Kahal Kadosh Beit Sar Shalom. , follow the following guidelines of emunah (faith):

We believe that we are Jews by faith by the promise given to Abraham(Romans 4:9-11;) Galatians 3:29)), and strict observant of the Torah (Joshua 1:8), fulfilling all the commandments and ordinances and decrees given by “YHWH: the one true Elohim” (a single unit), urging others to comply with them.

1- Elohim: We believe in the one and only living Elohim. the Elohim of Avraham, Yitzchak, and Ya’akov (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) the Creator of heaven and earth (Bereshit 1 and 2), who is eternally existent in a single unity revealed in the Shema: “Hear O Israel, Adonai is our Elohim, Adonai is one (echad) .” . We believe that the name, YHWH, derived from the Hebrew letters, Yod, Hey, Vav, Hey, is the covenantal name of the Holy One of Israel (Deuteronomy 6:4, Isaiah 11:1-2, Isaiah 61:1-3, Luke 4:18-21, John 17:21-24). There is only one Elohim eternally existent and beside him there is no saviour. (Isaiah 43:10-11 ).

2- We believe the Law of Moses as a rule of life has been fulfilled in Messiah, but not eliminated. We believe the Torah is the instructions of a loving and gracious Father to His children. It is the perfect law that gives liberty. The Torah it is the loving instruction of how a redeemed people should live. The Torah was given through Moses to the covenant community of Israel. This Torah is the same for the native born of Israel, as it is for those who sojourn among them. The Torah is to be written on the hearts of New Covenant Believers. Honoring Torah is an act of love toward God and our fellow man. Yeshua kept His Fathers commandments and lived in His love. We are to walk as He walked. We are to obey YHWHs commandments and to hold to the testimony of Yeshua (Joshua 22:5, Exodus 12:49, Jeremiah 31:31-33, Hebrews 8:8-10, James 1:25, 1 John 2:3-6, 1 John 3:24, 1 John 5:3;Acts 21:24-26; Romans 6:14;8:2;10:4;14:1-23; 1 Corinthians 9:20; 2 Corinthians 3:1- 11; Ephesians 2:14 ).

3-We believe that Yeshua ben Yoseph  HaNotzri is Israel’s promised Mashiach(Isaiah 11), born of his biological father Yosef, of the lineage of Isai (Isaiah 11: 1-2): . By His life, death and resurrection, He fulfilled the messianic prophecies of the Tanack related to Messiah’s first coming. (Isa. 7:14, 9:6-7, 49:6, 53:1-12; Psa. 16:9-11)

His second coming in the air, as King, to receive the believers to Himself (I Thessalonians 4:13-18; John 14:1-6; I Corinthians. 15:51-57).

We Believe in the Ruach Elohim (Holy Spirit), was sent forth from the Father to convict the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment, and to regenerate, sanctify and empower for ministry all who believe in Messiah. We believe the Holy Spirit indwells every believer in Messiah and that He is an abiding Helper, Teacher, and Guide.

4-We believe in the 13 principles of Jewish faith

1.YHWH created and runs the world’s only did, does, and will do all the facts.

2.YHWH, does not make an eartly bodyl (Isaiah 40:18, 25), do not reach the scorporales influence, and nothing is comparable to Him.

3.That the Creator has no body and no form.

4.YHWH is the beginning and eternity (Deuteronomy 33:27).

5.YHWH is worth doing tefilah and no one to ask out of it.

6.All words of our prophets are true.

7.The prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu is true (Numbers 12: 8) and he was the father of the prophets of all time (Exodus 25:22).

8.The Torah we have is the same that was given to Moshe Rabbeinu (Psalm 119: 18; Numbers 16:28).

9.That this Torah will not be changed and no other Almighty (Deuteronomy 13: 1).

10.YHWH knows everything the person does and knows all his thoughts (Jeremiah 32:19).

11.YHWH reward well those who fulfill their mitzvot and punishes those who transgress its precepts (Exodus 32:32).

12.That the Messiah will come. And although we hope every day delay arrival.

13.The dead will be resurrected when the will of the Almighty.

5-We believe that we are “the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matthew 15:24; 10: 5-6).

6-We respect other religious currents, yet we are not ecumenical (2 Corinthians 6: 14-18), or inter-religious.

7-We express love and unconditional support to Israel and to all Jews, and recognize them as the chosen people of God (John 4:22). And We do not proselytize to the jewish people.

 8.-Statement on Marriage, Gender, and Sexuality

We believe that Elohim Elohim (God) wonderfully and immutably creates each person as male or female. These two distinct, complementary sexes together reflect the image and nature of Elohim (God) (Gen. 1:26-27). Rejection of one’s biological sex is a rejection of the image of Elohim (God) within that person.

We believe that the term “marriage” has only one meaning: the uniting of one man and one woman in a single, exclusive union, as delineated in Scripture (Gen. 2:18-25). We believe that Elohim (God) intends sexual intimacy to occur only between a man and a woman who are married to each other (1 Cor. 6:18; 7:2-5; Heb. 13:4). We believe that Elohim (God) has commanded that no intimate sexual activity be engaged in outside of a marriage between a man and a woman.

We believe that any form of sexual immorality (including adultery, fornication, homosexual or lesbian behavior, bisexual conduct, bestiality, incest, or use of pornography) is sinful and offensive to Elohim (God) (Matt. 15:18-20; 1 Cor. 6:9-10).

We believe that in order to preserve the function and integrity of The Kahal Kadosh Beit Sar Shalom. as the local Body of Mashiach (Christ), and to provide a biblical role model to The Kahal Kadosh Beit Sar Shalom. members and the community, it is imperative that all persons employed by Worldwide Ministry Elohei Kedem in any capacity, or who serve as volunteers, agree to and abide by this Statement on Marriage, Gender, and Sexuality (Matt 5:16; Phil 2:14-16; 1 Thess 5:22).

9.-KIndness and Love Toward Others

We believe that Elohim (God) offers redemption and restoration to all who confess and forsake their sin, seeking His mercy and forgiveness through Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus Christ) (Acts 3:19-21; Rom 10:9-10; 1 Cor 6:9-11).

We believe that every person must be afforded compassion, love, kindness, respect, and dignity (Mark 12:28-31; Luke 6:31). Hateful and harassing behavior or attitudes directed toward any individual are to be repudiated and are not in accord with Scripture nor the doctrines of The Kahal Kadosh Beit Sar Shalom.

Nazarene complement 10 – That Yeshua is a man of the same nature as us, the biological son of Yosef and Myriam, who received the messianic soul of the place called Kan Tsipor in Gan ‘Eden, and became the King Messiah.11 – That Yeshua, as a Tzadik, can atone for the faults of every man accepting him as Master and King Messiah, which was the purpose of his first unveiling, as it says, “The Tzaddik, my Servant, will justify many “(Yesha’yahu / Isaiah 53:11).12 – That Yeshou’a include in him the dimension “Ben Yosef” and “Ben David” and that he will return to bring the Final Dispensation for Israel, then for the Nations, as it is reported: “His kingship will be thrown for a time, as the first redeemer (Moshe), the last redeemer (the Messiah) will be hidden, then come back and be revealed “(Yalqut Shim’oni Routh 2: 603).

*1] Nazarene Judaism is a genuine part of the Torah of Israel, founded by Rabbi Yeshu’a of Natzeret, whose brother Ya’aqov haTsadik later took over. Yeshua is a father-born man (Yosef of the tribe of Yehudah, descendant of David Ha’Melekh) and mother (Myriam of the Dan tribe).

2] Our declaration of faith is that of Rambam, our Torah is that of Israel and the Masters, our halakha is that of Shulkhan ‘Arukh, the code of laws of Israel.

3] The only difference comes from our emunah in the Messiah King of HaShem, Yeshua. The Breslva followed Rabbi Nahman, the Lubavitch the lineage of the Rabbi, others the Gaon of Vilna, and so on. We have the same written Torah, the same oral Torah, the same halakha, the same beliefs.

4] Nazarene Judaism has no connection with messianism, because the first is related to the Torah of Israel, while the second, in all its forms, remains a branch of Christianity.

5] All that teaches Christianity and messianism in all its forms on Yeshua and B’rit Hadasha does not concern Nazarene Judaism, which does not recognize these teachings and which totally detaches itself from them.

6] A non-Jew who wants to fully integrate the people of Israel will have to go through a kosher conversion in front of a Beth-Din of Orthodox tendencies. Then he will choose his way, according to the nature and the call of his soul: the Nazarene tendency, Breslov, Lubavitch, that of Mitnagdim, etc. Knowing that all have the same Torah, and that all are subject to the same King.According to the current halakha, he can also remain Ben Noah (or Ben Adâm according to different names) and follow the laws of Noah, while following Rabbi Yéshou’a as a guide.All this in order to respect the spiritual authorities put in place by HaShem, as it says:”You will conform to the Torah that they will teach you with their mouths, and the sentences they will tell you” (Devarim / Deuteronomy 17:11)”The Pharisees and scribes are placed in Moshe’s seat. Therefore, whatever they say to you, do it and keep it “(Matityahu / Matthew 23: 2-3)

7] A Gentile coming to follow Yeshu’a must from the beginning submit to a minimum of mitzvot, as Ya’aqov decided for the community:”We must tell them to get away from the impurities of idols, from immorality in all its forms, from stifled flesh and blood” (Acts 15:20)The muffled flesh refers to blood remaining in the body of the animal once dead. A member of the community of Yéshou’a will have to eat strictly kosher meat, which has been emptied of blood, as soon as it is in his power: “See to it that no one turns you away from this path of Torah, for that one teaches you outside of HaShem. If you can fully bear the yoke of the Adôn (the Torah), you will be perfect; otherwise, do at least what is in your power. As for food, take upon yourself what you can, but abstain completely from those offered to idols, for it is a worship of the dead gods “(Didache 6,2)

8] For the non-Jew who wants to begin a process of conversion, he will have to follow the path taught by Israel, as it says:”Moshe, in every city, has heralds who shout it, reading it in the synagogues every Shabbat” (Acts 15:21).These halakhots were slain by the Nazarene community, and therefore have the force of law, in Heaven and on Earth. Those who refuse to knowingly, knowingly and rebelliously do so, have no part in the community of King Messiah Yeshua. As for all who have followed the Rebbe through the ages, in ignorance of the Torah and its truth because of Edom’s lies and the darkness he spreads, they will be judged according to all the parameters that HaShem Alone knows, when raising the dead, and can be integrated into Israel as authentic converts a posteriori, as it is written:

“Multitudes of asleep in the dust of the earth will wake up, these for life, in perpetuity, and those for outrage and aversion, in perpetuity” (Daniel 12: 2)

“I see the dead, big and small, standing in front of the throne. Volumes are open. Another volume is open, that of life. The dead are judged on what is written in the volumes according to their works “(Revelation 20:12)

Indeed, just as Yosef had two sons in Egypt of Osnat, Menashe and Efraim, and Ya’aqov adopted them as Tribes, so Yeshu has two kinds of disciples in Edom and all over the world. Jews and non-Jews, and Israel will adopt them as authentic sons and daughters, for those who are judged worthy.

THE ONE FAITH We believe that there is one faith which was once and for all delivered to the set-apart-ones. We believe that Messiah did not come to create a new religion but to be the Messiah of Judaism, the one faith that was once delivered to the set-apart-ones. We believe that Orthodox  Nazarene Judaism is the only expression of the one true faith. We do not accept any other religion as a non-Jewish cultural expression of the one true faith.

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