The new moon of the 13th Hebrew month was seen from the land of Israel at 7:44 PM on 2 February 2022 by Haley and Kenny Russel, near Akko. Then it was also seen by other observers in the land of Israel.
In The Torah Calendar we talk about how to establish the New Moon Day (called Rosh Chodesh, or the Head of the Month). We also saw that the first new moon day of the year is called Rosh HaShanah (or the Head of the Year)…
Shalom brother/sister. The purpose of our WhatsApp Chat group is to keep in touch with our brethren in a clean, detached and doctrinally pure relationship. It is not our desire that this group replaces the personal relationships between brothers, but rather to use it as a tool to keep us informed, and to have a […]
Watch: “Becca Biderman’s Barley Field CONFIRMED!” Shalom and welcome! My name is Norman Willis, and I am with Nazarene Israel. My guest here today is sister Becca Biderman, and she is in the land of Israel. She is a witness to both the barley and the new moons in the land of Israel. One of […]
This is an open record of an issue we are having with Devorah’s Date Tree, whereby they are publishing inaccurate Aviv barley reports, and do not respond to requests to correct the record.
This is an idea-paper which ironically is not yet fully formed, but whose time is now. I need to publish this, and ask you for your thoughts and feedback as to how this may play out, so we can take advantage of any window of opportunity to build Yeshua’s kingdom. We know Satan has been […]
The Church Fathers tell us that the original manuscripts were written in Hebrew and Aramaic, and then translated into Greek. Because we have a Hebraically-oriented faith, we want to have those Semitic (Hebrew and Aramaic) originals. Some people believe the Aramaic Peshitta NT contains the inspired originals, or perhaps that it descends from the originals. […]
Shalom, Nazarenes (Posted 8/4/2019) I received the following email question from a good disciple brother living in Switzerland. He asks my thoughts on the current pre-war situation. I thought I should answer it to the email list, as I am sure other people may have similar questions. ** >> Shalom, achi Norman I have put […]