“The disciples said to Yeshua, ‘We know that you will depart from us. Who is to be our leader?’ Yeshua said to them, ‘Wherever you are, you are to go to Ya’aqub ha’Tzaddik (James, the Teacher of Righteousness), for whose sake heaven and earth came into being.'” -Gospel of Thomas
This is the official website for the Assembly of the Mshikhanim: A religious community of the Religion of Light.
The purpose of the Assembly of Mshikhanim is to shepherd all gentile souls who seek to take refuge with Yeshua Mashikha by embracing the Limudah Covenant, by following the Three Pillars of the Religion of Light into the Kingdom of Heaven.
In this Assembly we worship the Eternal Father Yahweh.
By being obedient to the Spirit of Holiness and the Miltha, or Word from the Father.
We look to Maran Yeshua as our beloved Messiah and Great Teacher.
The Divine Revelation of Melkhizedek and the restoration of the Gentile Assembly of Talmidim of Yeshua Mashikha
On Saturday, January 21, 2017, our religious elders received this Divine Revelation:
“The Father is demonstrating compassion on the world and upon some of those who have faltered in their walk in their original covenants. He is opening the doors of mercy and offering renewal for their souls to walk faithfully in this covenant.
This is not a new covenant, but a new call from the Spirit of holiness to come unto the Great Shepherd…
Children, raise up your heads and renew your faith so that you be guided in the truth you are being taught. The Father will instruct you in the Limudah (Didache) and the gradual observance of His Torah, and He shall teach you through the Spirit of holiness and those that have been appointed in the synod of the Mshikhanim and the Religion of Light.
Walk in faith, unity and brotherly love. Have compassion for all souls.”
The revelation came from the Melekh ha’Tzaddik, Himself.
The Mshikhanim are not Jews.
While being in harmony with the Jewish followers of Messiah, we are not expected to live the tenets of the Mosaic Covenant perfectly. We are expected to observe the Torah gradually and to the best of our ability, and according to revelation, within the context of the Didache. We are called to observe the commandments of the Limudah as given by Mar Yaaqub ha’Tzaddik (James the Righteous) to the gentiles. As gentiles, the Mshikhanim share the beliefs of their Jewish brothers and sisters and live in harmony with them, but they know what is expected of them and live in accordance with what they have received in humility.
The Mshikhanim are not Christians
The Mshikhanim are not Christians. They do not worship Yeshua as God. They observe the seventh-day Sabbath and view the tenets of the Limudah as their commandments. We do not adhere to the beliefs, creeds and practices of Rome, or any of its offshoots over the ages.
The Mshikhanim are not Messianic
While there has been a growing interest in Messianic Judaism and Hebraic Christianity among gentiles over recent decades, much within the Messianic movement is an viewed as an aberration. Neither is it Biblical or Torah Judaism. Many sects within the Messianic movement appear to be a non-structured admixture of kabbalism, mixed with different Christian views, such a Pentecostalism, as just one example. It is man-made and as such, the Mshikhanim are separate from that movement.
The Mshikhanim look to the Netzarim (The Nazarene Essenes) as their elder brothers in Mshikha
The Mshikhanim have a clear understanding of their relationship to the Jewish followers of Mshikha. They do not fall into the trap of certain Christians who seek to demonize Judaism and seek to promote replacement theology (a demonic doctrine promoted by those very far from Yeshua). Nor, have they adopted the false doctrines of the Reformers, which while correcting some errors, added their own distortions.
At no point have these many groups returned to the simple truths ordained by Mshikha and taught by Apostles to the earliest gentile communities. When gentile communities seek to call themselves the new Israel, this means they have no idea what Israel is. It is yet another attempt to rob the Jewish people of their faith and culture. If people appropriate the beliefs and culture of another people and reject the very covenant given by the Messiah, how can this be the sign of a devout disciple?
- Observe the seventh-day Sabbath (Shabbat)
- Fast on Wednesdays and Fridays according to the Didache
- Listen to Torah on Saturdays and to the Gospel on Sundays
- Observe Qurbana on Sundays
- Observe the appointed feasts and fasts as given to them by their Teacher of Righteousness
We hope you find our website informative and that for those who resonate with its teachings, they may find a spiritual home.