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The Shamar Briyth

Updated 11-24-2007



We reject the following creeds and beliefs, because
we find them 'Scripturally' and 'Spiritually' Flawed.

We reject the belief that True Believers can be demon possessed. Demons are nothing more than unrighteous thoughts that have the power to torment or control the actions of those that do not seek YHVH's righteousness. Therefore True Believers can be indirectly attacked by demons or possibly to a lesser degree even influenced by demons, but they cannot be directly possessed or controlled by them (Read Holy Spirit).

We reject the doctrine of "amillenialism," which denies the literal 1,000 year reign of Messiah Y'shua on the Earth during the coming Sabbath Millennium, as described in Revelation chapter 20, and taught of YHVH's Holy Sabbaths. (Read 'The Series' "YHVH's Holy Sabbaths.")

We reject the doctrine that teaches that we as human beings can have unlimited health and wealth, because we, like YHVH, have the ability to create our own reality by the confession of our lips. We believe that we must always submit to His perfect will even in affliction. This is not to say that YHVH can not or will not heal or bring wealth to his True Believers (Righteousness Seekers).

We reject all teachings that use human prophecy or church authority to supersede the Word of YHVH. Many churches (catholic, Protestant, Mormon, Islam, and Independents) claim to have prophets and apostles of equal validity with those who wrote the Tanakh and The Original Inspired Apostolic Epistles, and they claim that the prophetic utterances from these people even take precedence over the Inspired Word of YHVH. Read "Authority of the Church". However, it is the First Testament or "Tanakh" that has authority over the Apostolic writings, and that those Apostolic writings (Epistles) were only meant to assist in the interpretation of The Tanakh (First Testament).

We reject the over-emphasis of spiritual gifts, and humanly experienced (so called miraculous) signs and wonders to the exclusion of Biblical teaching. Our focus is on a personal relationship with YHVH through selfless righteous worship, selfless prayer, and obedience to the teachings of the inspired Word of YHVH.

We reject the doctrine of the "Virgin Birth" as unnecessary, except to try to substantiate the false belief in the trinity, which is totally pagan. Read "Virgin Birth".

We reject the "Unity Doctrine" that attempts to unify YHVH and humans as being one and the same; thus making YHVH a plurality.

Unity Doctrine Quote: No matter which translation we accept—whether "The LORD our God, the LORD is first," "The LORD is our God, the LORD alone," or "The LORD our God, the LORD is one!"—none limits God to a singular Being. And, in light of the scriptures we've seen and others, it is clear that God is a plurality of Beings—a plurality in unity. In other words, God the Father and Jesus the Son form a family perfect in its unity.

YHVH is NOT a plurality, except in the Spirit of seeking righteousness. YHVH is absolutely distinct, always has been, and always will be. "Echad" merely denotes a marriage of MINDS, and NOT a plurality. The chosen are just that, "CHOSEN" and could not have become "CHOSEN" prior to their existence. Therefore, YHVH is singular with a "CHOSEN" family of like minded individuals (Spiritual mirror images).

We reject the "Athanasian Creed" as nothing more than a Roman church attempt to justify the trinitarian view, and to overcome Arianism, Nestorianism, Monophysitism, and Macedonianism.

Note: Beginning in the 9th century, the Athanasian Creed was ascribed to St. Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria, who lived in the 4th century. This view was contested in the 17th century and is rejected today by other Christian churches as well for the following reasons:
1) The creed originally was written in Latin.
2) It is not mentioned by Athanasius or his contemporaries.
3) It appears to address Christological controversies that developed after Athanasius died.

We reject the "Apostles Creed", and the "Nicene Creed" as stated (see below). They are far less than accurate, and are an uninspired pagan biased interpretation of Scripture, and therefore, we must reject both creeds.


The Apostles Creed


Catholic Version
Corrected Version

I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth.

I believe in YHVH, The ABSOLUTE, The Father Almighty, and The Creator of the heavens and Earth.

I believe in Jesus Christ , God's only Son, our Lord.

I believe in Messiah Y'shua, YHVH's 'Appointed' Firstborn and 'Chosen' human Son, our elder brother, high priest, symbolic 'Passover Lamb', and future symbolic husband to the assembly of true Believers.

He was conceived by
the Holy Spirit , and born of the Virgin Mary.

He was conceived in the 'Mind of YHVH' (Holy Pneuma or Spirit), and physically conceived and born to the young maiden Miryam (Maria or Mary) the wife of Joseph (who physically fathered Messiah Y'Shua by naturally impregnating Miryam his wife).

He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried.

He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, and was laid to rest in a rich man's tomb among the dead.

He descended to the dead. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead.

After three nights and three days, he came forth from the grave. He has been given the power and authority to represent YHVH during The Sabbath Millennium. He will come again to establish and rule YHVH's kingdom on Earth during the Sabbath Millennium, then together we will judge the living and the dead.

I believe in the Holy Spirit the holy catholic church, the communion of saints , the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.

I believe in the Holy Spirit, as the Mind, Heart, Will, essence of Life, and Power of YHVH. Forgiveness and Salvation through Grace for those that love YHVH and strive to be obedient to the written Torah, the power of the resurrection of the body of YHVH's Chosen Few, and the gift of life everlasting.




Nicene Creed

Traditional Catholic Version

(Traditional Version, 325 AD)

Corrected Version

(From the Beginning)

We believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, of all that is, seen and unseen..

We believe in one ABSOLUTE, YHVH, The Father, The Almighty, Maker of the heavens and The Earth, of all that is, seen and unseen.

We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, Light from Light, true God from true God, begotten, not made of one Being with the Father. Through Him all things were made. For us and for our salvation he came down from heaven: By the power of Holy Spirit, he became incarnate from the Virgin Mary, and was made man.

We believe in one Messiah, our elder brother, high priest, and symbolic Passover, Messiah Y'shua, the first appointed human born Son of YHVH of many to come, begotten of the physical seed
(lineage) of Abraham, but eternally created in the Spiritual Image of YHVH by the power of YHVH's Holy Spirit, Light from Light, Righteous in the Spiritual eyes of YHVH, and "As One" with the Father in Spirit. Through YHVH all things were made for him and his 'Chosen Few.' For us and for our salvation he was spiritually conceived in the "Mind of God," as a pivotal player in 'The Plan of Salvation' (Logos) by the power of YHVH's Holy Spirit, and at his appointed time he was created flesh through the physical conception of the young maiden, Miryam, by the physical sperm of Joseph her husband.

For our sake he was crucified under Pontius Pilate; He suffered death and was buried. On the third day He rose again in accordance with the Scriptures;

For our sake he selflessly gave himself to be sacrificed under Pontius Pilate; He was crucified and was laid to rest among the dead. After three nights and three days he came forth from the grave where he appeared to many;

He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father.

He later ascended the Mount of Olives, and has been given the power and authority to represent YHVH during The Sabbath Millennium. His Spirit lives through his followers and in the pneuma (Mind) of YHVH.

He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end.

He will come again to establish and rule YHVH's kingdom on Earth during the Sabbath Millennium, then together we will judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end.

We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the Son. With the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.

He has spoken through the Prophets.

We believe in the Holy Spirit of YHVH, as the Mind, Heart, Will, Essence of Life, and Power of YHVH.

Additionally, we believe that The Holy Spirit is that righteousness seeking mentality that imparts righteous discernment and the proper interpretation of The Inspired Word of YHVH. Furthermore, we believe that this very same inspired mentality was / is possessed by all of YHVH's servants.

We believe in one holy catholic and apostolic Church.

We believe that YHVH's servants are currently a remnant group, and cannot possibly be a widespread universal church or religion.

Additionally, we believe in one Holy Assembly of True Believers, who are mentally "
As One" (married) with YHVH and Messiah Y'shua through the power of the indwelling Holy Spirit.

We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.

We believe that true baptism is the imersion of a sinner into the cleansing Spirit of YHVH's righteousness seeking mentality.

Additionally. we believe in Forgiveness and Salvation through Grace for those that love YHVH by the intent of their heart and seek the righteousness of YHVH through loving obedience to the written Torah
(Marriage Covenant); and we acknowledge Spiritual Baptism as the rejection of Self-centeredness in favor of YHVH-centeredness.

We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come.

We look forward to the resurrection of the saints, whether they are dead or alive, and the life of the world to come.





The "Nicene Creed" was conceived in approximately 325 A.D. at the Council of Nicaea. When the self-proclaimed god, and Sun worshipping pagan Roman Emperor Constantine of the early Roman government founded universal (catholic) Roman Church, and then finally overcame the true believers (not Christians) of YHVH, that remained within their realm of power (as prophesied).

Trinity was born out of the pagan Babylonian religion. The self-proclaimed god, and Roman Emperor Constantine, the unholy (German catholic, and leader of the "Cult of Sol Invictus") convened the Council of Nicaea for the sole purpose of politically unifying his empire under one universal (catholic) pagan religion (Ecumenism). Roman catholicism subsequently emerged as the (Great Whore) mother of the Christopagan daughter religions of this world by giving birth to the numerous sects of trinitarian or partial trinitarian (Jesus worshiping) religions in the world today.
Emperor Constantine still worshiped Apollo the sun god even after his
(so called) conversion to catholicism (He was not a follower of Messiah Y'shua), but even then the reluctant sun worshipper waited until he was on his death bed before submitting to the useless "sprinkling" (of the so called) holy water baptism.

The Babylonian Empire has ceased to exist, but the ancient pagan Babylonian Mystery religion thrives under the guise of Roman catholicism, and also, as derived trinitarian christian religions, as well as Hinduism. Trinitarian christianity officially adopted the pagan triune-god dogma with the Roman Nicene Creed. The Nicene Creed (pagan trinity concept) was never taught by Scripture, Y'shua or his apostles; even the catholic church never taught it during the first three hundred plus years of their existence.

Revelation 17:1-18.

Revelation 19:1-3.

Isaiah 13:1-22.

Jeremiah 51;52.

The Two Babylons, pp. 12-19, 82.

NICENE CREED. Baker's Pocket Dictionary of Religious Terms.

Christianity, pp. 96-100.

The Outline of History, volume 2, pp. 462-464.


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