Israelites today live in a society far removed from the days of old; when Israelites had their own land, living apart from the rest of the world. However, as in times long past, being an Israelite goes beyond merely practicing a religion. To be an Israelite is to live and breathe the culture of Israel, which is present unwaveringly through out the King James Version of the Bible. There are no multiple wives or avoiding the places where an unclean woman has sat, because modern times have changed the need for such standards of old. However, diet, ethics, Holy Days and prayers have all remained almost exact in practice and appearance to the days of such famous Israelites as Daniel and Jesus.
It is the culture of an Israelite ranging from the direction they face when in prayer, to the casting of their bread upon the waters that sets them apart of every other nation on earth. An Israelite is the sum of their actions and the content of their heart.
THE ISRAELITE NATION WORLD WIDE MINISTRIES
The I.N.W.W.M is a religious body dedicated to keeping the practices, and culture of the Israelites of old. These are the descendants of Jacob, son of Abraham. Members of the Israelite Nation keep the laws of Moses, and regard the New Testament as truth. By doing this, the I.N.W.W.M is similar, yet distinct from Judaism. The I.N.W.W.M celebrates the New Year in Abib, keeps the Passover and Purim in its season, and honors the holy days written in the scriptures. The I.N.W.W.M practices and teaches only from the King James Version of the Bible, without interpretation or compromise. The I.N.W.W.M is a registered organization, who has been given the same legal rights as other major religious groups. Therefore, The I.N.W.W.M is able to perform all legally binding ceremonies, such as marriages.
"One Bible, All Nations, One People."
The I.N.W.W.M believes that the children of slavery, those in the Americas, are the true descendants of Israel. However, descendants of the Israelites can also be found in various countries across Europe and Africa.
Can I be an Israelite?
(Isaiah 56: 3-8)
Any person willing to follow the doctrine of Israel, and to serve the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, in spirit and in truth can become a practicing member of the Israelite Nation,
(Exodus 12: 48-49, Isaiah 56: 3-8, Matthew 28:19)
The I.N.W.W.M has simple, and precise guidelines, which are taught alongside bible discussions weekly.These discussions are held weekly at the home of the Israelite Nation, and at our branches world wide.
Although the I.N.W.W.M is of this belief, they do not do not teach nor condone division among races. At the I.N.W.W.M people of all races and nationalities are encouraged to partake in the services of the God of the Israelites, (Genesis 3:15).
All persons are welcome to become practicing Israelites regardless of their previous religious affiliations or ethnic heritage. Furthermore, the I.N.W.W.M is not affiliated with any group or organizations bearing the name Israelites, or any other variation of that name. The I.N.W.W.M has worked very hard in Toronto, Atlanta, New Jersey and London, to promote truth, not hate. The I.N.W.W.M is also active within its communities, aiding in the plight of troubled youths, today's poor, students, and young mothers.
The I.N.W.W.M is intolerant of prejudiced, bigoted, and racial views. As a result, The I.N.W.W.M fights against social injustices and inequality, while working actively towards making a better future for all children, Israelite and non-Israelite alike. One of the most social and politically active branch of the Israelite Nation is the youth division, R.I.S.E., whose goal is to restore self-awareness to today's youth. The Israelite School of Performing Arts (IAPA) has also been created to add artistic value and enrichment to the lives of those young and old.