Who is CIRCE? 



Should We Use The Word CHURCH, or ASSEMBLY?

We understand the same ideas sometimes but often use different terminology.

In 1536 Henry VIII burned William Tyndale at the stake over his unauthorized translation directly from the Hebrew and Greek texts, rather than the long-held "inspired" Latin Vulgate (the work of Hieronymus Sophronius aka Jerome, 391-403).

The Greek word for the assembly is EKKLESIA, from the Hebrew word QAHAL.

Tyndale's choice for the best English term resulted in his death. The correct use of "congregation" rather than the word "kirche" pointed the reader’s thoughts away from the "church" as a the traditional teaching authority, and put all men on equal footing before Yahusha, the Head of the body.

The term KIRK / CHURCH is used to refer to a pagan shrine, and Tyndale's translation reflects this accurately. The debate over doctrines has been dominated by those given great power by the dragon, and disobedience is emphasized by means of Alexandrian "fathers" using concepts like Dispensationalism and Replacement Theology. This won't be corrected until Yahusha comes to take away the reign from the rebellious ones following Nimrod's World Order.


William Tyndale was burned at the stake because he translated the Hebrew qahal and Greek ekklesia as "congregacion" instead of "church." 
The hierarchy (nicolaitanes) wanted to make the distinction between them and the "laity" (common people). In the Medieval period, there were 3 "estates": the 1st estate was the clergy (those who were literate were appointed positions within the Circus hierarchy, since "clericus" meant "literate"); the 2nd estate was made up of the nobility, rulers, and owners of land. The 3rd estate was comprised of the "commoners", or laity, having no authority whatsoever. To translate the word as "congregation" put everyone on equal footing before Yahusha. So, the 1599 Geneva Version, and the KJV (Authorized Version) based on the Geneva Version, used the word "church". This term was understood to apply to the 1st estate, the "clergy," not to include the 2nd and 3rd estates.
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Besorah of Yahusha Natsarim Version

What Is Valentine's Day About?
Natsarim point out behavior we've inherited through traditions. 
This is the ignorance Paul spoke of at Ephesians 4:18. 
Valentine's Day is the next paganfest, so get ready for that one. Suddenly at some future moment in time, Yahusha will take down all things that will not be practiced in His reign over the Earth. There will be no oath-taking, birthday parties, zodiacs, gay pride parades, egg hunts, or any other forms of witchcraft. Natsarim give advance notice of what's coming, not what's going to oblivion. Jesus will never come; but Yahusha will, and His ambassadors are being rejected because what they say is unwelcome. Those obeying the Commandments of Yahuah and hold the testimony of Yahusha are here now (Rev. 14:12), and the dragon is enraged at us. 
What Is Valentine's Day About?

They Want You To Attend A Celebration On The Shabath?
The ways of this world tend to draw everything around them like a vortex.
Every 7th day we stop spinning and toiling, and we rest as Father rested.
The world says, "NO! There’s something we want you to do,” and they try to pretend it will not disrupt our peace.

We even try to work out a way to make it happen.
Shabath is all about something NOT happening.
We evaluate how to accommodate the vortex, thinking we will be able to slip into it without causing us to do any kind of labor, start fires, or travel (walk) more than 1000 cubits (Acts 1:12). We’ll still be within the boundaries of the “spirit of the law,” but something about it all seems to trouble us.
We didn’t choose this plan, but we are counted on to help make it happen.
These are the times we choose between Father and the world.
The world does not understand why we no longer do the things we used to do.
1 KEFA - 1 PETER 4 (see full context) 
“For we have spent enough of our past lifetime in doing the desire of the nations, having walked in indecencies, lusts, drunkenness, orgies, wild parties, and abominable idolatries, in which they are surprised that you do not run with them in the same flood of loose behaviour, blaspheming, who shall give an account to Him who is ready to judge the living and the dead. For this reason the besorah was also brought to those who are dead, so that, whereas they are judged according to men in the flesh, they might live according to Alahim in the Ruach.

But the end of all has drawn near." (BYNV)