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How to become a Jew (Ester 8:17)

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  • James Trimm
    If you have entered the Noachide Covenant (Gen. 9:1f) and have accepted Messiah then you are already betrothed to YHWH and you have salvation. But we at the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 2, 2009
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      If you have entered the Noachide Covenant (Gen. 9:1f) and have
      accepted Messiah then you are already betrothed to YHWH and you have
      salvation.

      But we at the Worldwide Nazarene Assembly of Elohim would like to
      invite you to take the next step and become part of the bride of YHWH,
      Am-Yisrael.

      We want to invite you to join the Assembly of Israel, the Body of Messiah.

      In the book of Numbers we read concerning Am-Yisrael:

      From the top of the rocks I see him,
      And from the hills I behold him:
      Behold it is a people (AM) that shall dwell alone,
      and shall not be reckoned among the nations (GOYIM)
      (Num. 23:9)

      In fact one major difference between these two Hebrew words for
      "people/nation" is that AM can refer to Israel but GOY refers to the
      OTHER nations. GOY is the word which can also be translated "Gentile".
      So from this passage we see that there are two logical categories:
      Am-Yisrael (the People of Israel) also known as the Assembly of Israel
      and the GOYIM (Gentiles).

      In Ester 8:17 we learned that many non-Jews in the Persian empire
      "became Jews" in the wake of the events of the first Purim. This is
      the process of becoming part of the AM of YHWH which are the Assembly
      of Elohim. This is the process through which Ruth stopped being a
      Moabite and started being part of the People of Israel, as Ruth declared:

      For where you go, I will go;
      And where you lodge, I will lodge,
      your people (AM) will be my people (AM)
      and your Elohim my Eohim.
      (Ruth 1:16b)

      Thus Ruth stopped being a Gentile Moabite and became part of the AM
      (people) which are not to be counted amongst the GOYIM (gentiles).

      The International Nazarene Beit Din has established a process for
      Goyim wishing to become part of Am-Yisrael, wishing to become "Jews".

      Persons who complete this conversion process will be halachicly
      regarded as Jewish within Nazarene Judaism.

      These conversions are NOT accepted for immigration to Israel at this time.

      This halacha is for a person to be halachicly regarded as Jewish and
      is not a process to make a person "saved."

      The complete halachah is below:

      Passed by The International Nazarene Beit Din on September 17, 1999 -
      revised Jan. 2nd 2009


      Candidate must state that they seek conversion on conviction alone and
      has no other motives.

      Candidate must state that they have received Yeshua as the Messiah and
      received the immersion of the Ruach HaKodesh.

      Candidate must pledge complete and unreserved commitment to the Torah
      and to the People of Israel. Candidate must complete or "test out" of
      a conversion course which will teach them the commitments of the
      covenant and the history and culture of the people whom they are joining.

      A male seeking conversion must be circumcised.

      a. Circumcision must be confirmed by two witnesses.
      b. A candidate with a non-religious circumcision must undergo hatafat
      dam b'rit, which is the ritual drawing of blood from the region.
      c. The candidate is given time to recover (before the next step).
      Candidate must undergo a ritual immersion (t'vilah).
      a. This must be confirmed by two witnesses.
      b. The candidate then recites the ritual prayer for immersions.
      c. This is followed by a second immersion.
      Candidate is given a new, Hebrew name.

      Conversion must be officiated by a person having s'mikhah (ordination)
      from the International Nazarene Beit-Din.

      If you would like to complete this conversion process, then join us at:
      http://conversionclass.ning.com
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