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Should Nazarenes Keep Hunukkah?

Posted on November 22, 2013 at 1:12am 0 Comments

Many people are quick to point out that we should not keep Christmas, but then turn around and keep Hanukkah. Here is an honest Jewish teacher and believer in Messiah that proves that Hanukkah should not be kept. WARNING! Truth Seekers Only!

Rabbi Judah ben Samuel’s Jubilee Prophecy

Posted on February 25, 2013 at 3:51am 0 Comments

Has everyone heard of this famous Jewish Rabbi?

Rabbi Judah ben Samuel prophesied the following, “When the Ottomans (Turks) – who were already a power to be reckoned with on the Bosporus in the time of Judah Ben Samuel – conquer Jerusalem they will rule over Jerusalem for eight jubilees. Afterwards Jerusalem will become…


Letter of Gratitude to James Trimm

Posted on November 17, 2012 at 4:38am 2 Comments

Dear Mr. James Trimm,

I wanted to take a moment to tell you how much I respect and admire you as a scholar even though I don't agree with you on many issues.  I want to thank you for all of your 20+ years of hard work and scholarly research.  I also want to thank you for providing this forum for debate and always having the patience to address other peoples' viewpoints. 

May our Heavenly Father Yahweh continue to bless you and guard you and give you knowledge and His…


Hochen a Hanukah Hair Ball

Posted on December 17, 2011 at 12:37am 0 Comments


Here is another link to more truth about Hanukkah / Chanukah:

The Yahushua KEPT Hanukkah MYTH

Posted on December 14, 2011 at 8:42pm 0 Comments

The Brit Chadasha does not say that Yahushua KEPT the feast of Hanukkah.

Lets look at the KJV to see where all the confusion is.

John 10

22And it was at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication, and it was winter.

23And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon's porch.

You can see that this text…


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At 11:28pm on July 5, 2008, Mrs. Sharon B. Hodge said…
I was born in New Braunfels, Texas. Is Denton in the Dallas area?
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At 2:53am on January 12, 2011, James Trimm said…

Good to see you getting active on here :-)



At 9:01pm on January 14, 2011, James "Ya'acov" Cramer said…

Shabbat Shalom Achi;

Indeed; I keep the Pesach as near to the instructions of Shemoth 12 as the Ruach has led me to understand.

I will have done this for 6 years as of this upcoming Pesach. Each year has been a learning experience, and as Abba YAH has revealed insights to me, I have incorporated them. One thing I learned very early in my 'walk' is that if one is given an understanding and abides in that understanding, more can be given. but: if one receives an understanding and fails to act upon it; then an opportunity for spritual growth has been passed up.

If we; as humans, do not act upon the knowledge we are given, then we become spiritually stagnate.

Living water only remains living as long as it continies to move forward. When it stops moving forward it pools up and begins to stagnate, becoming 'dead' water. The only way in which it can become living water once again is for Abba YAH to change it, just as HE shows us in HIS creation via evaporation. The study of nature is the study of The Nature of Yahuah!


May the blessings of Abba Yah be upon you and your family.

Shalom v' barchu

At 4:35pm on January 15, 2011, James "Ya'acov" Cramer said…

Shabbat Shalom Achi Yochanan;


As a mater of fact; I raise and use my own lambs for Pesach on those years when I am blessed with a "fit" young male. ON those years when I am not able to provide out of my own, I go to the Amish, as they are willing to provide one which has not been multilated i.e. castorated, dehorned, or had their tail cut off (docked).

I started raising my own sheep many years ago after finding it very hard to find an "unblemished" lamb among most local herds. It also protects from any unwanted chemicals (antibodies; steriods, etc.)

As stated before; I have been doing this for quite awhile and have always opened my home up to whomever desires to participate. I have had visitors from the east coast to the west coast, and from the gulf states as well. I did this because I was convicted that this is the way we are to be keeping Pesach and having found no-one who followed Shemoth 12, I decided that by Abba YAH's mercy, I would learn to do it myself, through the guidance of HIS Ruach.

At present I know of only 3 others who keep Pesach like this, and even then there is some question concerning their views on how to properly dispose of the remains in the morning.

I do not go out the door of the house until first light in the morning. I try to stay awake the entire night. and whatever is left over by 6:am, I take down to the basement and put in the furnace, after stoking up a very hot fire; (another of the advantages of heating with wood.)  Part 1 of 2

At 4:36pm on January 15, 2011, James "Ya'acov" Cramer said…

Part 2 of 2


I really wish I could tell you that I know of others, especially in your area who are keeping a "true" Pesach, but I don't know of anyone. I am sure there are others down there, but even then one must be very diligent to chack into how they keep it, as I have found people who were using lambs which were female, or even more common, who did not know that sheep actually have long tails which most farmers cut off at birth. So very very diligent in your search.

If indeed you desire to attend Pesach here in southern Michigan; you and your family are more then welcome. I live in an old farmhouse by myself, so I open up my house for those who wish to come and stay. Whether just for Pesach and the First Day of Chag Matzoh, or for the whole week. So far i have 3 confirmed attendees with a possible 4th who is the son of one who will be attending. In both cases, they will only be here for the first and last days as they have only recently become re-employed and dare not take too much time off.

Now! One word of caution. I do not follow the set times of Judaism, nor do I follow the Karaites. Although I keep the Seventh Day Shabbat, I mark the beginning of the year by the first new moon, (and by new moon I am speaking of the mulad) after the spring equinox based upon Yahushalem time. Therefore; the 14th of Aviv will fall upon the 17th day of the 4th roman month.

I hope you find all this information helpful and may Abba YAH bless and watch over you and your beautiful family.


Shabbat Shalom


At 2:35am on May 4, 2013, James Trimm said…

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