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Netzarim/Nazarene Movement in Israel

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  • James Trimm
    ... Study Torah with SANJ Mitvah Club http://www.nazarene.net/MitzvahClub.htm
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 12, 2000
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      >Date: Sun, 08 Oct 2000 01:19:33 -0700
      >From: Baruch Gorovenko <baruch@...>
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      >Subject: Greetings from ha Eretz
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      >Shalom all,
      >
      >Up to Jerusalem in the morning, been staying in Petah Tikvah with the
      >----- family. We celebrated Erev Shabbat with 5 other families in
      >Matan (a settlement about 20 minutes from here), Israelis have massive
      >staying power when it comes to all night fellowship, we got to bed at
      >3:45 AM and then up a 7:30 AM for Torah study followed by sweet Shabbat
      >fellowship here at the house. We had a nice mixture with Yemenite,
      >Sephardi, Ashkenazi backgrounds young and old, new Believers old-timers
      >etc. Yeshiva in Israel is always a wonderful experience, everything
      >gets conveyed at about 10 decibels over "normal" talking with hands
      >flying everywhere, there is no doubt where each one stands on the
      >issues. After Yeshiva in the late afternoon a breeze came up and cooled
      >things off (Israel is experiencing a "sharuv" hot spell) so we took the
      >musical instruments and chairs outside to sing in the orchard, (under
      >the pomegranate, mango, guava and orange trees) ------- a Sephardi began
      >singing the most beautiful prayers, we moved the chairs out of the way
      >and did some traditional Sephardi dances. It was a most wonderful and
      >blessed Shabbat as always. One of the women at the fellowship is going
      >to try to take some photos of everyone so we can send them over the
      >net. I don't think I've ever met such a bold group of Believers in one
      >place before, I feel like a "twinkie" sometimes...<grin>
      >
      >After Shabbat we gathered outside and made many prayers, while we were
      >praying I noticed several Orthodox families who were inclining their
      >ears toward the group, listening with great curiosity (from over the
      >fence)... :-) of course they didn't have to listen too hard either...
      >Israelis have a habit of praying at about 10 decibels over "normal"
      >talking... <grin>.
      >
      >At the moment the key word here in Israel is "balagan" (mess) :-) as you
      >know regarding the situation with the PA, everyone is being very
      >cautious about where and when travel is done. The IDF monitors
      >potential hot spots, if there are roads that must remain open thru the
      >night (ie the road from Tel Aviv to Ariel) the army fires a special type
      >of rocket in the air attached to parachutes and the passage is lit up
      >for night visibility. There is a toll free number to get up to the
      >minute reports on access, in some cases the army provides escorts to
      >aide safe passage, make no mistake about it, these are very serious
      >times. Prayers and assistance for Jerusalem and all of Israel are very
      >necessary. We caught the news on TV just before the rest headed off to
      >sleep, we looked into the eyes of the mothers and fathers who now have
      >to go to bed thinking about those who where taken hostage. May Abba in
      >His Mercy deliver them speedily from their wicked captors. There is
      >much I could say... but by the time morning comes around it will be old
      >news for ya'll... <smile> (by the way if you want the news go to
      >jerusalempost.com, one of my travelling companions had well meaning
      >family back home that took CNN as the "gospel" which of course it is...
      >har, har, har, and was successfully fearmongered into fleeing the Land,
      >because of this I have now activated a special button on all my incoming
      >emails... all fainthearted emails will automatically be returned to
      >sender...hehehe)
      >
      >Very much looking forward to meeting two new groups of Netzarim
      >Believers this next week, the rebirth of Netzarim Judaism in ha Eretz is
      >well under way, the fields are white unto harvest!!! Everyone who I've
      >spoken with who has not been privy to the work of SANJ has been
      >EXCEEDINGLY interested in the SANJ booklets that I've brought over, many
      >don't have access to the internet or don't read English well and they
      >are making requests to have the materials in Hebrew. One dear and
      >righteous woman with an Orthodox background was continually saying
      >YOFFI!!! NACHON!!! KEN KEN KEN!! as our group discussed the rebirth of
      >Netzarim Judaism in ha Eretz! I was blessed beyond imagination to see
      >the ZEAL expressed by this group of Israelis for Y'shua and Torah!
      >Baruch HaShem! Baruch HaShem! Baruch Ha Shem!
      >
      >I'm reminded of Rav Shaul, "Wherein you greatly rejoice, though now for
      >a season, if need be, you are in heaviness through manifold
      >temptations: That the trial of your faith, being much more precious
      >than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be
      >found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Y'shua
      >Mashiyach: Whom having not seen, you love; in whom, though now you see
      >Him not, yet believing, you rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of
      >glory: Receiving the end of your faith, even the salvation of your
      >souls."
      >
      >Shalom UBrechot,
      >B'Shem Yahushua Mashiyach,
      >
      >Baruch
      >
      >ps will try to send another email next week, tried a few days ago but
      >was having some troubles with the "ole puter" and pardon moi for the
      >formletter ... ( ;
      >
      >pss for those who may be concerned for my safety... things could be a
      >lot worse, I could be in the USA or Canada now and have to endure the
      >burgeoning crime that takes many more "casualties" than the balagan
      >going on here, at least over here you know who your enemies are, no?
      >
      >pss for you Yemenite food connoiseurs I've now got a new schroog recipe
      >that'll allow you to kill a fly at 9 paces with your breath...
      >wheewww... hot hot hot!!! <massive grin>
      >
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