11 And there shall come forth a Khoter (Branch) out of the Geza (Stem, Stump, Stock) of Yishai, and a Netzer [Branch [see Tzemach, Moshiach Jer 23:5; 33:15; Zech 3:8; 6:12, Ezra 3:8 which give as Moshiach’s Namesake Yehoshua/Yeshua; compare Mt.2:23 OJBC] shall bear fruit of his roots:
2 And the Ruach [Hakodesh] of Hashem shall rest upon Him, the Ruach of Chochmah and Binah, the Ruach of Etzah (Counsel [see Isaiah 9:5) and Gevurah, the Ruach of Da’as and of the Yir’at Hashem;
3 And His delight shall be in the Yir’at Hashem: and He shall not judge after the sight of His eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of His ears:
4 But with tzedek shall He judge the needy, and reprove with mishor (equity, justice) for the anvei eretz: and He shall strike the earth with the shevet of His mouth, and with the Ruach of His lips shall he slay the reshah.
5 And tzedek shall be the ezor (belt) of His loins, and emunah (faithfulness) the ezor of His waist.
The first-century community of the Netzarim was founded by Rabbeinu Yeshua from the Beit Hillel school of Judaism. This is shown in the sacred texts produced by the same community itself. The evidence is also outlined in a book by Orthodox Rabbi Harvey Falk mentioned elsewhere in this site. The Netzarim were the original Torah followers of Rabbi Yeshua in the first century of the common era.
As was the case in ancient times, the Community today has specific doctrines that the first-century spiritual leaders disseminated and died for. The true religion of Torah produces a major change in the life of any sincere convert and the fruits they produce are always manifest.
23 And Yosef [ben Dovid] made his home in the shtetl (Jewish village) called Natzeret, so that which was spoken by the Neviim might be fulfilled: He will be called a Natzri [i.e., Moshiach the Netzer,Tzemach, Isa 11:1; Jer 23:5; Zech 3:8; Isa 53:2; Zech 6:11-12].
The community of Netzarim was established in faith and is instructed to stand fast in the faith that its founder gave to it (Acts 16:5). It was Rabbi Yeshua’s mission to do the will of the Father, to help provide a means for humanity to be saved from destruction and to destroy the evil one’s works, and Rabbi’s true disciples follow their supreme teacher’s example.