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#112760 - 02/17/11 08:57 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
Ryan Peters Offline
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I'm new on this forum but have spent most of my teen years and early adulthood ministering to youth, I realize this system is corrupt, as a student of history I'd say the most corrupt this world has seen (or very close) but I find it hard to place myself in a setting where Messiah didn't, personally I'd like to be a hermit or a monk or something, but Messiah walked the streets of corrupt cities, ministered in the midst of a corrupt (albeit religious) system, and am I to vacate to some remote location?


Edited by Ryan Peters (03/23/11 11:16 PM)
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#113040 - 08/10/11 02:16 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: Ryan Peters]
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Hello, I just thought that I would add my thoughts about this idea of living together in a commune style community of like minded believers.

I think that there are two kinds of this type of community, the one that believes the world is completely evil and who simply want to live apart from it, and those who believe the world is evil, want to live healthy, righteous lives, being able to raise up their children in an environment sheltered from pagan worldly influences, where they can fellowship together, BUT, who also believe in going out into the world in one way or another, to reach out to this dying world, to evangalize, teach, etc..

I've heard of a few different groups that live this way, including The Twelve Tribes, and I guess my question would then be, after reading the descriptions of what the different posters here envision as the place they'd want to live, is how perfect does this place have to be?

I mean, if I find a group of loving basically torah observant people, but they do this one thing differently than I believe, should I then continue to live, all alone in the paganized satan led world? Is that the better option? Should I wait until the PERFECT community arises? Can there be such a thing? Messianic groups can't seem to agree about anything, even the names of the Father and the Son? I believe their names to be Yahweh and Yahushua. So shall I avoid a group that does not pronounce the oo sound of the Messiah's name? Another believer came in here speaking of a community located in South America, and everything he said sounded so perfect, but I noticed that he mentioned observing the 7th day Sabbath according to the new moon. This is not scriptural. So that group is out, right?

I am just frustrated, and feel all alone in the world and have no Messianic community anywhere near where I live. I just bought a house and live there all by myself, but I'd be willing to leave the house behind, and the bonds of slavery that owning a home, brings with it, seeing as I'll have mortgage payments to make for years to come, then taxes and insurance after that, IF I could find somewhere else to live where I could enjoy fellowship and a safe environment to live, and raise children if I choose to marry and start a family?

So how strict should a person be when the way things seem to be today, their only other choice is to remain living alone in a godless, lawless, pagan loving world lorded over by HaShatan himself?
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#113046 - 08/12/11 03:54 AM ... [Re: haYasharim]
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#113059 - 08/14/11 04:37 AM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
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thats a pretty interesting idea.. i think given the direction this world is headed people will have to choose between the system and or coming out of the system. I spend most of my time thinking of how to go completely off grid a working farm where everyone could contribute is a good idea.. its gonna come down to coming out of this system inevitably anyways....

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#113068 - 08/14/11 09:38 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: RainStorm144VA]
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Originally Posted By: RainStorm144VA
thats a pretty interesting idea.. i think given the direction this world is headed people will have to choose between the system and or coming out of the system. I spend most of my time thinking of how to go completely off grid a working farm where everyone could contribute is a good idea.. its gonna come down to coming out of this system inevitably anyways....


Hi,

You know as Yasharal (Israel) returns to the "non-grid" agrarian lifestyle, as ordained originally by our Creator, we will better understand the simplicity and awesomeness of his design. I believe that this a part of the "being in the world, but not of it"......

Shamay

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#113076 - 08/17/11 04:55 AM ... [Re: RainStorm144VA]
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#113077 - 08/17/11 08:15 AM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: yeshuaslave]
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maybe you need to get away from Tulsa perhaps ...

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#113078 - 08/17/11 12:28 PM ... [Re: RainStorm144VA]
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#113265 - 01/13/12 07:36 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
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There IS such a community, in fact, they are popping up everywhere in the US.
I know of one in Missouri, if you are interested in relocating. Please private message me or email me at jonesfullhouse@ymail.com for more information.
This is a great opportunity and we are currently looking for messianic believers who are skilled in building, sewing, livestock, mechanics, any kind of shop work or any skills that will be helpful and fruitful in our community.
Please, if you all are serious about getting back to caring for the earth as YHVH has commanded us, please contact me asap. We need you! We need believers who are eager to help and love one another in a "first century" assembly kind of way.

Shabbat Shalom!

Leah

See the Prairie Creek Settlement website:
http://www.prairiecreeksettlement.com


Edited by JonesFullHouse (01/16/12 11:17 PM)

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#113272 - 01/19/12 10:03 AM ... [Re: JonesFullHouse]
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#113280 - 01/25/12 05:13 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: yeshuaslave]
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I've been there and am moving there soon. We believe unity can only be achieved if we love Yeshua and love one another as He loved us.
The only way this is possible is if Yeshua leads us, He is the Head, we are all just brothers and sisters and we are all learning little by little what it means to live out this life of unity.

Thank you for asking and Shalom!

Leah Jones

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#113363 - 03/19/12 07:36 AM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
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I live in the mountain in Hawaii. I just pitch a tent and knock down trees for a garden I have 2 others here and we want to start a messianic communal living to study torah and observe feast days. Email me on Facebook
Aaron Scott bullock

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#113457 - 05/13/12 07:34 AM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
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I have thought the same way as well, would be nice to have bretheren near for fellowship and help.

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#113480 - 06/04/12 10:36 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: JonesFullHouse]
Ephrayiam Offline
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Registered: 06/04/12
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Loc: California
Shalom in Yahshua,

I just joined this site in the hopes of being led by YHVH through the guidance of the Ruach Hachadesh (Holy Spirit) to a Community or Kibbutz of like minded followers of Yahshua in the US (or elsewhere in the world if that is the Father's will).

I have seen some mention in the post's here about the Prairie Creek settlement in Missouri... I also was in the process of joining the group there & had actually travelled across country 4 times to spent time there (a total of about 3 months total time spent there).

It truly saddens my heart to say that there was some very SERIOUS Sin in the camp there & YHVH directed my wife & I back to California after just 1 day (we never even unloaded our possessions).

I understand that we all have access to forgiveness through the Blood of our Savior (and there may have well been a repentance there, but I don't know if there was any sought).

All I know is what YHVH meant for his Good, was thourghly disrupted at the the direct influence of our Arch Enemy (Hasatan).

I truly believed with all my Heart that this was the direction the Father was leading my wife & I to go in... however, because of the intense transgretion happening (and on going), I had NO peace to stay.

I speak the Truth in Messiah & sincerely am saddened deeply to share this information in this way... but I do feel obligated to share this information with anyone that is seriously thinking about getting involved in Prarie Creek.

Shalom Alechiem

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#113505 - 06/30/12 02:35 PM Re: Amish style messianic community/farm? [Re: The Wellers]
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Registered: 06/30/12
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Loc: Brownsville, TX
We are moving to Ecuador soon and desire to start a Yahweh serving community and assembly in the Name of Yahushua, Yahweh willing. I am not an elder or a pastor but do feel led to evangelize the people there. As for the details of how that works out, we will leave them to Yahweh. If it is just a few local families who honor the Name and Keep the Shabbats, that will be a blessing.

Get a passport and pray about joining us. Our plan, Yahweh willing is to leave the first week of the roman 9th month or earlier if the U.S. federal reserve interest rate hits one percent. It is currently at zero point one five. We are able to leave now but are gathering more resources, Yahweh willing. Please pray for us and seek His will for your own family. Get a passport in case He says "GO!".


Edited by evfam (06/30/12 03:39 PM)
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