Question: Why can’t people understand the Scriptures? 
Answer: They lack the Name, and the Word (Psalm 138:2).

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  Traditional Christianity has rejected the
Light
(Prov. 6:23, Ps. 119:102, YashaYahu/Is. 8:20), the Living Words (Acts 7:42) of Yahuah He calls His Torah, meaning instruction.
Yahuah’s Word has no
Esterfest (Easter), Christmas, Halloween, or Sun-day. It does not instruct us to use steeples, cruxes, statues, holy water, popes, nuns, novenas, scapulars, monstrances, transubstantiation, trinities, trees/wreaths, sunrise services, celibacy, sacraments, or bells. 
The Word of Yahuah is a Lamp, and the Torah is Light
(Proverbs 6:23, YashaYahu 8:20).
The only reason we have differences in understanding is because we all read the same words, but corporately we don’t comprehend the meaning of them. We don’t have “ears to hear” because we are not listening to our Shepherd’s Voice; we’ve been trained by the world hierarchy to obey other shepherds.
  People go to meet on “Sun-day” because they want someone to explain the meaning of the Scriptures to them.
The pastors don’t understand them either, but keep combing through them hoping to glean a particle of Light.
Yahuah inspired the Scriptures so His Word would be delivered to us by those who recorded them, and subsequently they were handed-down over the centuries to us by copyists and translators who barely understood them as well.
 
The BYNV was translated to make the message clear and simple. Yahusha shares His Mind with those who submit their will over to Him, and then He can use their vessel to speak His love into the hearts of others who “have ears to hear” (His Voice in their words). He speaks through us, and the fruit of our lips draw others to Him.
 
If we only answer the questions people have in the most minimal way, they will keep asking for more.
 
When we overwhelm them with too many words, they want to shut off the flow. Make them pull it out of you. Keep making the answers very short, with kindness and without mocking what you know they believe. If they stop, you stop.
It’s very tough, I know, to love your parents dearly, knowing they do not share the same kind of relationship with Yahusha.
Tell them you love the Commandments because Yahusha has written a love for them upon your heart.
 
The Commandments teach us how to love.

Ask if they would permit you to recite the Ten Commandments as they listen to you.
If they prefer not to listen, wait for the time when they will.
 
The Ten Commandments will convict a sinner’s heart of being a criminal, and living without them in our heart shows us how utterly vile we are without love.
 If we shun them, we are shunning love.
Whatever we might say about other Scriptures will not have nearly the same effect on them as the Ten Commandments.
The Name is the tip of our Sword, and the best place to begin. Without it, we wield a blunt instrument.

 

The 1st Commandment is:

“I am Yahuah your Alahim; have no other before My Face.”

 

BYNV Learn Hebrew words as you read Scripture

   A new translation of Genesis through Revelation for the next generation is now released: the BYNV.

It’s the opposite of the New Age translations being produced, since it pursues the original “Hebrew Roots” of the faith.

The personal Name of the Creator is shown in the original Hebrew script, as He inscribed it in the tablets of stone with His finger. 

The reader sees other original Hebrew words “transliterated” as they were pronounced by the men that wrote them down for us.

A person interested in learning and understanding Hebrew will find over 30 original words used throughout this fresh translation.

The context of the words will sufficiently allow a person to understand the meaning of them, and a glossary is included in the back for more detail. (See a photo of a page in the KJV and BYNV side-by-side at the bottom of this email).

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Why the BYNV?

  Seminary students (as well as new followers, or even children) will be able to overcome the language barriers as they study the source document of their faith.

The prophets’ names are transliterated, and defined.

They are not brought through Greek and Latin translations, but directly from Hebrew into English.

Many clearer English words are also used to aid in comprehension; for example:

Instead of the word “firmament”, the proper word “space” is employed.

 

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The soft-cover edition is available now, and currently being shipped all over the world.

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WE'RE CALLED THE SECT OF THE "NATSARIM"

Why didn't the theologians tell us?

At Acts 28:22, we see that this "sect" was spoken against everywhere:  

"And we think it right to hear from you what you think, for indeed, concerning this sect, we know that it is spoken against everywhere."  What sect?  The sect of the Natsarim (Acts 24:5).  The definition of "sect" is the same as the word "cult", and a "cult" is not necessarily a bad thing at all- it's only a label flung about to judge a group before thoroughly examining its teachings.  The Natsarim were the ORIGINAL disciples and followers of Yahusha, before Catholicism and Christianity ever existed. The early Natsarim were part of the fellowship that obeyed Torah, and Shaul found them among those congregations to arrest them. The early "church fathers" condemned the Natsarim because they obeyed the Torah, and behaved no differently than the Yahudim. See the video MYSTAGOGUES on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKZztw248NE

 

If we turn our ears away from listening to the Torah, even our prayers are an abomination.

(legal proof: Pr. 28:9)

THE WORD "CATHOLIC" MEANS "UNIVERSAL"

WHAT DEFINING BELIEF MAKES ONE A CATHOLIC?

The Truthful answer to this question, defined in the 4th century by Athanasius of Alexandria (the "father of orthodoxy"):

 

"Whosover will be saved, before all things it is necessary that he hold the catholic faith. Which faith except every one do keep whole and undefiled; without doubt he shall perish everlastingly. And the catholic faith is this:

that we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity; neither confounding the Persons, nor dividing the Essence.

For there is one Person of the Father; another of the Son; and another of the Holy Ghost.  . . . . . THIS IS THE CATHOLIC FAITH; which except a man believe truly and firmly, he cannot be saved."

The profession of "ONE GOD, THREE PERSONS" is the Catholic faith.

The one that we obey is the one we serve;  and if many human traditions were formerly Pagan and we don't happen to realize it, who is it that we are obeying?  Obviously, we would be obeying the Pagan customs, not the Creator  (even if we intended otherwise).   These issues are but the tip of the iceberg.  When you’re ready to take the pure Truth no matter how much it hurts to hear it, order the book:

FOSSILIZED CUSTOMS   -   The Pagan Sources Of Popular Customs

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What is the BYNV?

The new BYNV (Besorah of Yahusha Natsarim Version)


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