The Lost Nazarite Teaching of Jesus


I bring the Olam Ha-ba. You have a choice.

Olam Ha-Ba: The Messianic Age
The world after the messiah comes is often referred to in Jewish literature as Olam Ha-Ba (oh-LAHM hah-BAH), the World to Come. This term can cause some confusion, because it is also used to refer to a spiritual afterlife. In English, we commonly use the term “messianic age” to refer specifically to the time of the messiah.

Olam Ha-Ba will be characterized by the peaceful co-existence of all people (Isaiah 2:4). Hatred, intolerance and war will cease to exist. Some authorities suggest that the laws of nature will change, so that predatory beasts will no longer seek prey and agriculture will bring forth supernatural abundance (Isaiah 11:6-11:9). Others, however, say that these statements are merely an allegory for peace and prosperity.

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The unborn Jesus receives the Holy Spirit while in Mary’s womb, from John the Baptist, who is inside his mother’s womb. Taking the vow of the Nazarite can fill you with the Holy Spirit of the Lord. John was a Nazarite while in his mother’s womb. He was a Nazarite FOR LIFE……till the very second her dies! The same with Jesus! This is why Jesus refuses the wine-vinegar, because it was not time for him to die!

An Israelite (Numbers 6:2)[13] can only become a nazirite by an intentional verbal declaration.[14] This declaration can be in any language, and can be something as simple as saying “me too” as a nazirite passes by.[15] A person can specify the duration as an interval of 30 days or more. If a person does not specify, or specifies a time less than 30 days, the vow is for…

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