The Original Nazirite-Essene Gospel – Recovered!!!
The Foundation of the edited New Testament
Nazareans (Naz) Chapter 25:8. Yahshúa said,
DO NOT CONCLUDE that I have come to destroy the Toráh-Law or the Naḅi’im [Prophets]: I did not come to destroy them; rather to fullfill them.
Yahshúa was born as a citizen of the Commonwealth of Israel. He was born under the terms of the ‘revised-version’ of the Torah-Law of Sinai governed by the Judean Jerusalem Temple Establishment. Fulfilling its own redacted terms, he brought it to an end during that ‘last-days’ transitional generation that ended in 66-70 AD. When the Temple was destroyed as he foretold, the New Covenant was already established, under the Higher and Perfect, Torah-Law of Our Master, Yahshua ha’Mashiakh. The effects of the New Covenant that the prophets predicted, will eventually come to pass. Isaiah 11.
For truly, I say to you, until heaven and the earth passes-away, one letter or one marking will in no way pass from the Toráh-Law or the Prophets until all is fulfilled [until all legal matters are satisfied].1)Naz 76:13; Jn 17:4; 19:30 “I have glorified You on earth, I have finished the work You gave me to do.” Naz 82:26 When Yahshúa had therefore received the vinegar, he cried aloud, “It is finished” and he bowed his head and gave up the spirit. And it was the ninth hour.
But behold, one greater than Moshéh is here, and he will give you the Higher Torah-Law, even the Perfect Torah-Law, and this Torah-Law shall you obey.
9. Whoever, then, breaks one of the least of these commandments [of Messiah] and teaches men to do so, will be called ‘least’ in the Malḳút ha’Shamáyim; but whoever does and teaches them, he will be called ‘great’ in the Malḳút ha’Shamáyim (Reign of the Heavens/Elohim).
10. Truly they who believe and obey shall liberate their souls,
and they who do not obey shall be remain ‘lost’ [until eventually purged].
For I say to you, that unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of [that proclaimed by] the Soferím and P’rushím,2)Mt 23:1-3 Among these Soferím/Scribes, were those, who in some way were derogatively nicknamed, Herodians (Mk 3:6; 12:13; Mt 22:16). Yahshúa, as a Nazir/Nazarite, a Nasarean Ebionite Essene, broke from their extremist views and became a target for assassination. (Essene comes from Aramaic, Assaya, meaning healing or healers or Therapeuts (See Revelation 22:2 …the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. (Aramaic: אסיֻותָא Asyutho; Greek: Therapeia). Philo also calls Essenes with an alternate title, “holy ones” or “saints” (Greek: Hagios; Hebrew: Qedoshím), the same as does the New Testament throughout (Acts 9:13). Others think Essene derives from the word Ḥasidim (pious, kind ones) or Osseans (doers of the Torah-Law). Indeed, all of these words describe them. See Josephus, “Wars…” 2.8.13 you will by no means enter into the Malḳút ha’Shamáyim.
The Torah-Law of Messiah is described throughout this Gospel and summarized in this section.
Chapter 46 1. AFTER SIX DAYS, when the Festival of Sukkόth (Tabernacles) was at hand, Yahshúa took the Twelve and brought them apart up into a high mountain, and as he was praying the fashion of his countenance was changed, and he was transfigured before them, and his face did shine as the sun, and his garment was white as the light. 3)Compare with Mark 9; Luke 9; Matthew 17; 2 Peter 1:18
2. And, behold, there appeared to them Moshéh and Eliyáhu talking with him and spoke of the Torah-Law, and of his decease which he should accomplish at Yerushalem.
3. And Moshéh spoke, saying, “This is he of whom I foretold, saying, ‘A prophet from the midst of your brethren like me, shall YHWH send to you’, and that which YHWH speaks to him, shall he speak to you, and to him shall ye hearken, and whosoever will not obey shall bring upon themselves their own destruction.
4. Then Kephá said unto Yahshúa, “Rabban, it is good for us to be here; if you desire let us make here three Sukkáth [tabernacles]; one for you, and one for Moshéh, and one for Eliyáhu.”
5. While he yet spoke, behold a bright cloud overshadowed them, and twelve rays as of the sun issued from behind the cloud, and a voice came out of the cloud, which said, “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.”
6. And when the Talmidím heard it, they fell on their faces and were much amazed, and Yahshúa came and touched them and said, “Arise and be not afraid.” And when they had lifted their eyes, they saw no man, save Yahshúa only. And the six glories were seen upon him.
7. AND Yahshúa said unto them, “Behold a new Torah-Law I give to you, which is not new but ancient. Even as Moshéh gave the Ten Words to Yisraél after the flesh, so also, I give to you, the Twelve Words, for the Kingdom of Yisraél after the spirit.
8. For, who is the Yisraél of ĔL [or, the Yashar of ĔL: The Upright of ĔL]? Even they of every nation and tribe who work righteousness, love mercy, and keep my commandments–these are the true Yashar of ĔL.” And standing upon his feet, Yahshúa spoke, saying:
9. “Hear Yashar’él, YHWH Elohéyḳa is One; Many are My seers and My prophets. In Me everything lives and moves and has subsistence.” 4)vss. 10-21 re-numbered
10. Ye shall worship One: YHWH, the Father-Mother in the heavens of Whom are all things and, revere the sacred Name. 11. Ye shall revere your fathers and your mothers on earth, whose care is for you, and all the Teachers of Righteousness. 12. Ye shall cherish and protect the weak, and those who are oppressed, and all creatures that suffer wrong. 13. Ye shall work with your hands the things that are good and seemly; so, shall ye eat the fruits of the earth, and live long in the earth. 14. Ye shall purify yourselves daily and rest the Seventh Day from labour, keeping holy the Sabbaths and the Festival[s] of your Elohíym.
15. Ye shall do to others as ye desire that others should do to you. 16. Ye shall not take away the life of any creature for your pleasure, nor for your profit, nor yet torment it. 17. Ye shall not steal the goods of anyone, nor gather lands and riches to yourselves, beyond your need or use. 18. Ye shall not eat the flesh nor drink the blood of any slaughtered creature nor yet anything which brings disorder to your health or senses. 19. Ye shall not make impure marriages where love and health are not nor yet corrupt yourselves or any creature made pure by the Holy. 20. Ye shall not bear false witness against any nor willfully deceive any by a lie to hurt them. 21. Ye shall not do to others as ye desire not that others should do to you.
22. And when the Talmidím heard these words, they smote upon their breasts, saying: “Wherein we have offended, O Elohíym forgive us: and may Your Wisdom, Love, and Truth within us, incline our hearts to love and keep this Holy Torah-Law.”
23. And Yahshúa said unto them, “My yoke is equal and my burden light, if ye are willing to bear it, to you it will be easy. Lay no other burden on those that enter into the kingdom, but only these necessary things.
24. This is the New Torah-Law to the Yisraél of ĔL, and the Torah-Law is within, for it is the Torah-Law of Love, and it is not new but ancient. Take heed that ye add nothing to this Torah-Law, neither take anything from it. Truly I say to you, they who believe and obey this Torah-Law shall be saved-liberated [perfected], and they who know and obey it not, shall be lost.
25. But as in Adam all die so in Mashíakh shall all be made alive. And the disobedient shall be purged through many fires; and they who persist shall descend and shall perish eternally.”
26. And as they came down from the mountain, Yahshúa charged them, saying, “Tell the vision to no man, until the Son of man is risen again from the dead.”
27. His Talmidím asked him, saying, “Why then do the Scribes say that Eliyáhu must first come? And Yahshúa answered and said to them, “Eliyáhu truly shall first come and restore all things.”
28. But I say to you, that Eliyáhu is come already, and they knew him not, but have done to him whatsoever they desired. Likewise, shall also the Son of man suffer of them. Then the Talmidím understood that he spoke to them of Yoḥanán ha’Matvíl (John the Baptist).
|↑1||Naz 76:13; Jn 17:4; 19:30 “I have glorified You on earth, I have finished the work You gave me to do.” Naz 82:26 When Yahshúa had therefore received the vinegar, he cried aloud, “It is finished” and he bowed his head and gave up the spirit. And it was the ninth hour.|
|↑2||Mt 23:1-3 Among these Soferím/Scribes, were those, who in some way were derogatively nicknamed, Herodians (Mk 3:6; 12:13; Mt 22:16). Yahshúa, as a Nazir/Nazarite, a Nasarean Ebionite Essene, broke from their extremist views and became a target for assassination. (Essene comes from Aramaic, Assaya, meaning healing or healers or Therapeuts (See Revelation 22:2 …the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. (Aramaic: אסיֻותָא Asyutho; Greek: Therapeia). Philo also calls Essenes with an alternate title, “holy ones” or “saints” (Greek: Hagios; Hebrew: Qedoshím), the same as does the New Testament throughout (Acts 9:13). Others think Essene derives from the word Ḥasidim (pious, kind ones) or Osseans (doers of the Torah-Law). Indeed, all of these words describe them. See Josephus, “Wars…” 2.8.13|
|↑3||Compare with Mark 9; Luke 9; Matthew 17; 2 Peter 1:18|
|↑4||vss. 10-21 re-numbered|