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The Truth Behind Christmas and New Years (The Israelites)

Updated on January 24, 2016

TOPIC: The Truth behind Christmas & New Years

Truth Shall Make You Free: Truth About Christmas & New Year

Bishop Nathanyel: Shalom, and welcome to another edition of ‘The Truth Shall Make You Free.’

I’m your host, Elder Nathanyel and to my right Deacon Asaph.

Bishop Nathanyel: Today’s topic is the truth of Christmas and New Years but before we open up

let’s go John 8:32.

Deacon Asaph: John chapter 8 verse 32 and ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make

you free.

Bishop Nathanyel: So black man, Latin man, black woman and Latin woman, the truth is that you

are the biblical Israelites and you have been given high holy days that you are commanded to keep by

the ONE TRUE GOD. THE GOD OF ABRAHAM, ISAAC and JACOB.

Let’s open up with Psalm 64 lets go there! Okay. I am going to make a profound statement…

Christmas is of the devil! Santa clause is of the devil! If you ever look at the word ‘Santa’ let us re-

arrange those letters, the (S.A.N.T.A) re-arrange those letters. What does it spell? (S.A.T.A.N)

SATAN because that’s the root of SANTA, SATAN! Let’s go to Psalms 64 and verse 6 please.

Deacon Asaph: Psalms Chapter 64 verse 6 they searched out iniquity…

Bishop Nathanyel: This they here, is the so-called white man. When he does his archaeological

digs he searches out iniquity, read it again!

Deacon Asaph: …they search out iniquities, they accomplish a diligent search.

Bishop Nathanyel: they accomplished a diligent search’…with their archaeologist. Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: both their inward thoughts of every one of them and the heart is deep.

Bishop Nathanyel: The inward thoughts of the so-called white man is deep, meaning what? He

has a wicked purpose behind all his archaeological digs. It’s not for the upliftment of society, it’s to

keep the Israelites bound in sin and captivity! Okay…from there let’s go to Genesis 10

Bishop Nathanyel: ….I’m going to show you how they searched out iniquity I want you to keep

that scripture, get your bibles, get your pens and paper. Okay! Write these scriptures down. Okay!

So we started off reading, they searched out iniquity, they accomplished a diligent search. Okay. Let

go Genesis 10 verse 6 through to 10

Deacon Asaph: Genesis Chapter 10 verse 6 and the sons of Ham, Cush…

Bishop Nathanyel: Now the sons of Ham. Who are the sons of Ham? Ham when you get a bible

dictionary says…

He became the father of all the dark races but not the Negroes, okay! Read it again.

Deacon Asaph: and the sons of Ham; Cush, and Mizraim and Phut and Canaan the sons of Cush

Seba and Havilah, and Sabtah, Raamah, and Sabtecha: and the sons of Raamah; Sheba, and

Dedan…and Cush begot Nimrod…

Bishop Nathanyel: Now this is what we wanted to get to And Cush begot Nimrod. Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: …He began to be a mighty one in the earth…

Bishop Nathanyel: He began to be a mighty one in the earth, meaning a leader, a conqueror. Go

ahead!

Deacon Asaph: He was a mighty hunter before the LORD.’

Bishop Nathanyel: When it says he began to be a mighty hunter before the Lord, who did he

hunt? He hunted the souls of men! He gathered men together against the ONE TRUE GOD. Was that

it?

Deacon Asaph: No. Wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD.

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm…What verse is that?

Deacon Asaph: That was 9!

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel...

Bishop Nathanyel: Babel is the root of the word Babylon. Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: And Erech, and Accad and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.

Bishop Nathanyel: From there let’s go to Ezekiel 8…Now remember we started off saying they

accomplished a diligent search. They search out iniquities, they accomplished a diligent search. I took

you next to Nimrod. I want you all to remember that name, Nimrod. Who was the son of Cush an

Ethiopian. Okay! Now. Ezekiel 8 verse 13 and 14

Deacon Asaph: Ezekiel Chapter 8 verse 13. He said also unto me, turn thee yet again, and thou

shalt see greater abominations that they do!

Bishop Nathanyel: So the Lord is showing Ezekiel, greater abomination, that the Israelites are

guilty of…go ahead!

Bishop Nathanyel: Then they brought me to the door, of the gate, of the Lord’s house; which was

towards the north; and, behold, there sat a women weeping for Tammuz.

Bishop Nathanyel: There sat Israelite women weeping for Tammuz. Who is Tammuz? Tammuz

was the quote on quote, re-incarnation of Nimrod. This was the boy king, the Messiah. Okay!

Okay…of the Ethiopians. Of Babylon and his mother’s name was…Semiramis. Semiramis…however

you pronounced it.

From there, let’s go to Jeremiah 10 Now remember we started off the scripture said they searched

out iniquity, they accomplished a diligent search. What’s the topic? Christmas. What does Christmas

and new years have to do with Nimrod? What does it have to do with Tammuz? You shall find out!

Come on, where you at?

Deacon Asaph: Jeremiah 10:1 Hear ye the word which the LORD speaketh unto you, O house of

Israel:

Bishop Nathanyel: Who is he speaking to?

Deacon Asaph: O house of Israel!

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: Thus saith the LORD, learn not the way of the heathen,

Bishop Nathanyel: Learn not the way of the heathen, what heathen nation have you black man

and Latin man have been learning from? The so-called white man, everything you learn, you learn

from your slave master, the so-called white man! That’s the heathen that we’re commanded not to

learn from today. Back then, we went where? In ancient Babylon. We were in Babylonian captivity

under the Ethiopians. Read that again!

Deacon Asaph: Thus saith the LORD, learn not the way of the heathen…

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: And be not dismayed at the signs of heaven…

Bishop Nathanyel: Don’t be dismayed at the sun, moon and stars, come on…

Deacon Asaph: For the heathen are dismayed at them.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because the heathen are dismayed at the sun, the moon and the stars…

Deacon Asaph: For the customs of the people are vain…

Bishop Nathanyel: For the customs of the heathen are vain, vain means what? Vain means Lies.

Watch this…

Deacon Asaph: For one cutteth a tree out of the forest…

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: For one cutteth a tree out of the forest…

Bishop Nathanyel: For one cutteth a tree out of the forest, come on…

Deacon Asaph: The work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning there’s an Axeman that cuts the tree out of the forest.

Deacon Asaph: They deck it with silver and gold…

Bishop Nathanyel: Then that tree that they just cut down, they decorate it with silver and with

gold. What holiday is this talking about? That originated in ancient Babylon? That they cut a tree down

out of the forest and they decorate it with silver and gold…come on…

Deacon Asaph: They fasten it with nails and with hammers, so that it moved not.

Bishop Nathanyel: Then they hammered this tree down with nails and hammer today you have a

tree stand but back in ancient times they literally did that, go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: they’re upright as the palm tree

Bishop Nathanyel: They’re upright as what?

Deacon Asaph: As the palm tree

Bishop Nathanyel: They’re upright as the palm tree because originally in ancient Babylon the tree

that was use that they decorate it with silver and gold was the palm tree. But today they don’t use the

palm tree. What’s the name of that tree they used? Pine.

Deacon Asaph: Pine tree.

Bishop Nathanyel: Pine tree, right or evergreen tree right. Was that it?

Deacon Asaph: They’re upright as the palm tree but speak not…’

Bishop Nathanyel: But they; what does it say but speak not? Because when you examine history

they said the spirit of Nimrod would inhabit the tree and if you didn’t do good…this tree would come

and attack you…Ha Ha! Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: They must need be borne…

Bishop Nathanyel: They, these trees got to be carried, okay, wait, hold that, get me that book.

The two Babylons. I mean hold that up to the camera so they can see it. The two Babylon’s. It is

written by Alexander…

Deacon Asaph: What’s his name? Hislop.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hislop. Alexander Hislop. Okay! I want you to go to page 97…okay so

remember at the beginning of the lesson they search out iniquity, the accomplished a diligent search,

I took you to Nimrod from there, I took you to Tammuz, now I took you to ancient Babylon, where

they…God told us learn not the way of the heathen for the custom of the people are vain, meaning

lies, one cuts a tree out of the forest, the work of the axe man with the axe. Okay, where you at?

Deacon Asaph: Page 97.

Bishop Nathanyel: Page 97, read the highlighted parts for us…

Deacon Asaph: ‘The candles lighted on Christmas-eve, and used so long as the festive season

lasts were equally lighted by the pagans on the eve of the festival of the Babylonians god, to do

honour to him.’

Bishop Nathanyel: ‘Of the Babylonians god, to do honour to him. Who was that? Nimrod go

ahead…

Deacon Asaph: For it was one of the distinguishing peculiarity.., peculiarities of his worship to have

lighted wax-candles on his altars.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: ‘The Christmas tree now so common among us…

Bishop Nathanyel: The Christmas tree now so common among us…

Deacon Asaph: was equally common in pagan Rome and pagan Egypt.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm…hmm.

Deacon Asaph: ‘In Egypt that tree was the palm tree; in Rome it was the fir; the palm tree denoting

the pagan messiah as Baal- Tamar, the fir referring to him as Baal-Berith. And this entirely accounts

for the putting of the Yule log into the fire on Christmas-eve and the appearance of the Christmas tree

the next morning.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Now go to page 98…I ain’t done yet! Go ahead… page 98

Deacon Asaph: Page 98. ‘The divine child born at the winter solstice…

Bishop Nathanyel: ‘The divine child born at the winter solstice… Who was this divine child?

Tammuz that you read about in Ezekiel. Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: ‘The divine child born at the winter solstice was born a new incarnation of the

great god.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Of the great god Nimrod. Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: ‘After that god has been cut in pieces.’

Bishop Nathanyel: because Nimrod was killed, go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: ‘on purpose to revenge his death upon his murderers. Now the great god, cut off in

the midst of his power and glory was symbolised as a huge tree.’

Bishop Nathanyel: The he. He was what? Symbolised as what?

Deacon Asaph: …symbolised as a huge tree.’

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s why in Jeremiah it says…. Let me get that, it says the tree must need

be borne, then it says the tree cannot do evil neither can they speak because the doctrine was that

the spirit of Nimrod would come back into this dang gon tree! What verse?

Deacon Asaph: Jeremiah 10:5 ‘They upright as the palm tree but speak not they must needs be

borne…

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: because they cannot go.’

Bishop Nathanyel: They can’t move, they can’t walk.

Deacon Asaph: ‘Be not afraid of them…

Bishop Nathanyel: Be not afraid of them.

Deacon Asaph: for they cannot do evil neither also is it in them to do good.’

Bishop Nathanyel: So now, go back to the book. This is where it is coming from, that part that you

read about the spirit coming in them. The incarnation, that part!

Deacon Asaph: ‘Now the great god cut off in the mist of his power and glory was symbolised as a

huge tree. The Christmas tree has as stated was generally at Rome, a different tree even the fir with

the very same idea was implied in the palm-tree.’

Bishop Nathanyel: In what tree?

Deacon Asaph: In the palm tree!

Bishop Nathanyel: Didn’t we just read in Jeremiah they are upright as the Palm tree, because

they used, the use to use, Palm trees! But today, they use the ever-green trees, go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: ‘And the Palm tree was implied in the Christmas-fir; for that covertly symbolised the

new-born god of Baal-berith.’

Bishop Nathanyel: What does that tree symbolised?

Deacon Asaph: …covertly symbolised the new-born god as Baal-berith.’

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that? So you Negroes, you ain’t… just listen closely. Let’s keep

reading…

Deacon Asaph: Therefore the 25th of December…

Bishop Nathanyel: The what?

Deacon Asaph: The 25th of December…

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm, hmm…

Deacon Asaph: The day that was observe at Rome as the day when the victorious god re-appear on

earth, was held at…

Bishop Nathanyel: So the victorious god re-appeared on earth December the 25th. Come on…

Deacon Asaph: was held at Natalis Inviclisolis, the birth-day of the unconquered sun.’

Bishop Nathanyel: The birth of the unconquered sun. That was Tammuz. Okay! Which was

Nimrod. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: Now the Yule log is the dead stock of Nimrod, deify as the sun god.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Now some of you house of diddy negroes, you use Yule logs but the rest you

don’t know what its talking about a Yule log…by saying that. Ha Ha! Read that part again!

Deacon Asaph: ‘Now the Yule log is the dead stock of Nimrod…

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm…

Deacon Asaph: deify as the sun god.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Deified as the sun god.

Deacon Asaph: Right! ‘Deified as the sun god but cut down by his enemies…

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm…

Deacon Asaph: The Christmas tree is Nimrod’s Redivivus-

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning resurrected, go ahead

Deacon Asaph: The slain god came to live again.’

Bishop Nathanyel: The slain god, someone’s telling you that, this tree symbolises Nimrod! You

got a tree in your house that symbolises Nimrod.

Deacon Asaph: The re-birth of Nimrod.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right! The re-birth of Nimrod. Where you at?

Deacon Asaph: The singular practice still kept up the south on Christmas-eve of kissing under the

mistletoe bough…

Bishop Nathanyel: Mistletoe.

Deacon Asaph: It says bough here.

Bishop Nathanyel: Oh ok, but it’s the mistletoe, that’s what it’s talking about here, go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: Was derive from Babylon was a representation of the Messiah…

Bishop Nathanyel: You see what the mistletoe represented? The messiah. Nimrod. Re-incarnated

as Tammuz. Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: Ok. The mistletoe bough became the token of divine reconciliation to man, the kiss

being a well known token of pardon and reconciliation.’

Bishop Nathanyel: You see what that that kiss a under the mistletoe represented. Pardon. Go

ahead.

Deacon Asaph: According to the one version of the story of the death of Adonis or Tammuz…

Bishop Nathanyel: Because Tammuz and Adonis are the same god, and the Greek philosophy

they called Tammuz, Adonis! Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: It was as we have seen, in consequence of the wound from the tusk of a boar that

he died.’

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmm…hmm. Go to page 102 now.

Deacon Asaph: That the pagan festival at the winter solstice-in other words Christmas was held in

honour of the birth of the Babylonian messiah.’

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that. You see what the scholars put together? The scholars known

that! So now, let’s go from there let’s close that. From there let’s go back to Jeremiah 10 start at

verse two again.

Deacon Asaph: Jeremiah Chapter 10 verse 2 Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the

heathen and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven, for the heathen are dismayed at them. For the

custom of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest…

Bishop Nathanyel: One cuts a tree out of the forest…

Deacon Asaph: the work of the hands of the work man, with the axe.’

Bishop Nathanyel: They use an axe.

Deacon Asaph: They deck it with silver and with gold…

Bishop Nathanyel: They decorate it with silver and gold and there’s a song out….

Bishop Nathanyel and Deacon Asaph: Silver and gold, silver and gold.

Bishop Nathanyel: Ha! Ha! Ha.

Deacon Asaph: They deck it with silver and gold; they fasten it with nails and hammers that it

moved not. They are upright as the palm tree but speak not…

Bishop Nathanyel: Because in ancient Babylon, ancient Egypt. They used the palm tree. Rome

use the fir tree. America uses the ever-green tree. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: They are upright as the palm tree but speak not…

Bishop Nathanyel: They don’t speak because the spirit of Nimrod, don’t inhabit the tree!

Deacon Asaph: They must needs be borne…

Bishop Nathanyel: They got to be carried because it’s a dead tree.

Deacon Asaph: Because they cannot go…

Bishop Nathanyel: They can’t walk.

Deacon Asaph: Be not afraid of them…

Bishop Nathanyel: GOD told the Israelites, don’t be afraid of that custom that lies.

Deacon Asaph: for they cannot do evil neither also is it in them to do good.’

Bishop Nathanyel: So now, from there let’s go to revelation 11… I’m ma show y’all something,

I’m ma show you black man and black woman Latin man and Latin woman that thing Christmas is so

old and the giving of gifts is for the children y’all simple as hell! Revelation 11 Let’s start at verse 8

Deacon Asaph: Revelation 11 verse 8 and their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city

which is spiritually called Sodom and Egypt.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now the dead bodies it’s talking about, I’mma go through it slowly on another

lesson, but it’s talking about is the two kingdom of Israel. In this chapter talks about the two prophets.

Two prophets are for two kingdoms which are Judah and Israel. Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: and their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city which is spiritually

called Sodom and Egypt.

Bishop Nathanyel: This whole thing has a spiritual meaning behind it because we are not

physically dead we are spiritually dead here in the great city which is Babylon the great, the United

States of America.

Deacon Asaph: And you want the precept for that, to show?

Bishop Nathanyel: Yeah. Yeah!

Deacon Asaph: Proverbs 21:16 explains to you about, erm…walking in the congregation of the

dead.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right!

Deacon Asaph: Which is right here…… Proverbs chapter 21 verse 16…The man that wandereth

out of the way of understanding shall remain in the congregation of the dead.

Bishop Nathanyel: So our people wandered out of understanding of who they are and what is

required of them so we are in the congregation of the dead. That’s what all y’all churches are the

congregation of the dead, so back to Revelation 11

Bishop Nathanyel: And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city which is spiritually

is called Sodom and Egypt.

Bishop Nathanyel: This place America is spiritually called Sodom. Why? Because they have

rights for homosexuals. Ok! Why is this place spiritually called Egypt. Because just like in ancient

Egypt, we were slaves there we are slaves here, in the United States of America…

Check. Take out a dollar bill. What’s on the back of the dollar bill? A pyramid with the all seeing eye of

Rah. Why is that? Because this place is spiritual Egypt, okay! Understand that! Come on.

Bishop Nathanyel: And they…

Bishop Nathanyel: Where also…

Deacon Asaph: Where also our Lord was crucified…because the black imagine of Christ was

crucified here. Okay! Read.

Deacon Asaph: And they of the people and kindred and tongues and nations shall see their dead

bodies three days and a half…

Bishop Nathanyel: three hundred and fifty years…

Deacon Asaph: And shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right because here, read that part again!

Deacon Asaph: And they of the people and kindred and tongues and nations

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning what? The United States of America because here in America you

have the people, you have all nations’ kindred and tongues here, this is the great melting pot. Read it

again.

Deacon Asaph: And they of the people and kindred and tongues and nations shall see their dead

bodies three days and a half,

Bishop Nathanyel: three hundred and fifty years

Deacon Asaph: And shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because we are not physically dead. That’s why! Read.

Deacon Asaph: And they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them…

Bishop Nathanyel: This is the part I wanted to get to.

Deacon Asaph: and…

Bishop Nathanyel: Because they made us slaves because they destroyed us spiritually and

mentally, it said what?

Deacon Asaph: And they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them.

Bishop Nathanyel: They rejoice over us when they destroy us mentally and spiritually. Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: And make merry…

Bishop Nathanyel: And make what?

Deacon Asaph: and make merry…

Bishop Nathanyel: I want to pause there, because how do you start your Christmas off? What do

you say? Merry Christmas! Read that part again!

Deacon Asaph: and make merry and shall send gifts one to another…

Bishop Nathanyel: Stop. See there’s some, there’s some history that you black people don’t

know, back in. There was a time when the gifts were not from toys r us but the gifts were your sons

the gifts were your daughters. They gave our children us as gifts one to another not only on Christmas

but on their birthdays but during thanksgiving any kind of celebration we were given as gifts. I’mma

show you a clip where they show a young black boy being given as a gift to the demonic white

woman. Okay was that it? All I want down too is 10.

Deacon Asaph: and they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them and make merry and shall

send gifts one to another because these two prophets tormented them…

Bishop Nathanyel: Because these two kingdoms tormented them…

Deacon Asaph: Tormented them, that dwell on the earth.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now from there let’s go to Luke 2, Luke Chapter 2 because the next thing a

lot of you Latins, you loves to talk about, erm, ahh…three kings day. O’ three king’s day, you bunch of

let’s go to Luke 2 I’mma show you there was no three kings, okay. The three wise men, Luke 2 Let’s

starts at verse 7

Deacon Asaph: Luke Chapter 2 verse 7

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: And she brought forth her firstborn son…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: And wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger…

Bishop Nathanyel: laid Christ in a manger, go ahead

Deacon Asaph: Because there was no room for them in the inn…

Bishop Nathanyel: There was no room in the inn, go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field…

Bishop Nathanyel: Shepherds abiding in the …. Why were they in the fields, with their sheep?

Because this was the spring time! Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: keeping watch over their flocks by night.

Bishop Nathanyel: Um hmm!

Deacon Asaph: And lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone

round about them…

Bishop Nathanyel: o’ oh!

Deacon Asaph: And they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, fear not: for, behold, I

bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm….

Deacon Asaph: for unto you…

Bishop Nathanyel: And when it says to all people it’s talking about all Israel. Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: For unto you is born this day in the city of David a saviour, which is Christ the

Lord. Bishop Nathanyel: What verse you at?

Deacon Asaph: Verse 11.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And this shall be a sign unto you; ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling

clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host

praising God, and saying, Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will towards men.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm….

Deacon Asaph: And it came to pass, as the angels were gone away from them into heaven, the

shepherds said one to another, let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come

to pass, which the Lord hath made known unto us.

Bishop Nathanyel: So now the shepherds went to Bethlehem to see the child in a manger. Go

ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph…

Bishop Nathanyel: and they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph…Go ahead

Deacon Asaph: and the babe lying in the manger.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And when they had seen it, they made known abroad the saying which was told

them concerning this child.

Bishop Nathanyel: Stop right there. Let’s go to Matthew 2 now. Now I’m going to this for a

reason, showing you that when Christ was born okay they put him in a manger the shepherds came

because the angels told them what was happening, the shepherds came and they saw Joseph and

Mary and the baby Christ. A baby. Now we are in Matthew 2 I just want verse 1, 2 after you read the

verse I’mma tell you where to jump, okay?

Deacon Asaph: Okay.

Bishop Nathanyel: 1 and 2 then we going to jump to 7. Okay? Watch this now, I need y’all to pay

close attention.

Deacon Asaph: Matthew Chapter 2 verse 1…Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judaea

in the days of Herod the king. Behold! There came wise men from the east to Jerusalem.

Bishop Nathanyel: There came wise men from the east to Jerusalem what is in the east? You

have Babylon remember this is after the Babylonian captivity after the Persian captivity after the

Greek captivity this is the captivity under Rome now so wise men from the east is not talking about

other races its talking about Israelites like when you read in…Acts 2 it says there were Jews that

came from Babylon and Persia and those sort of places, alright! Read!

Deacon Asaph: Behold there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, saying, where is he that

is born king of the Jews? For we have seen his star…

Bishop Nathanyel: For we have seen his star in the east,

Deacon Asaph: and are come to worship him.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now jump down to verse 7

Deacon Asaph: Verse 7

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this!

Deacon Asaph: Then Herod when he had privily called the wise men enquired of them diligently

what time the star appeared?

Bishop Nathanyel: Now pay close attention to that verse Herod question to the wise men, did it

say three?

Deacon Asaph: No.

Bishop Nathanyel: It says wise men. Okay. There was a caravan there, not three guys. He asked

them, Herod who was an Idumean an Edomite. Asked them wise men. What time did his star appear?

That is going to play a pivotal point as we read on, jump down to verse 11…

Deacon Asaph: verse 11 and when they were come into the house…

Bishop Nathanyel: When the wise men were come into the house.

Deacon Asaph: They saw the young child with Mary his mother…

Bishop Nathanyel: They saw the young child, no longer a baby, they saw the young child with

what?

Deacon Asaph: With Mary his mother…

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead!

Deacon Asaph: and fell down and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures,

they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s why the white man says three kings because they gave the three gifts,

gold, frankincense and myrrh but the scriptures don’t say three kings! Go ahead…jump down to

verse, what verse was that?

Deacon Asaph: that was 12

Bishop Nathanyel: Read 13!

Deacon Asaph: verse 13 and when they were departed, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared to

Joseph in a dream, saying arise and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt,

Bishop Nathanyel: flee where?

Deacon Asaph: flee into Egypt

Bishop Nathanyel: flee into Africa, read.

Deacon Asaph: And be thou there until I bring thee word: for Herod will seek the young child to

destroy him.

Bishop Nathanyel: now the reason the angel told him to hide into Africa was why? Because they

could blend in with the other black people that dwelt in Africa. Now what verse was that? 13, right?

Jump to 16 watch this…

Deacon Asaph: verse 16: Then Herod, when he saw that he was mocked of the wise men, was

exceeding wroth, and sent forth, and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the coast

thereof, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had diligently enquired of the

wise men.

Bishop Nathanyel: Notice that bottom part, it says from two years old and under according to the

time which he had diligently enquired of the wise men. That why in verse seven Herod ask them what

time did the star appeared, obviously they told him two years ago, so when the wise men got to the

house how old was Christ? Two and under, In between there, that’s why Herod in verse sixteen it

says he started to kill the boys from two and under. Understand that. So when the wise men came

Christ could have been, he was a two year old that’s why they called him a young child, he was no

longer a baby. So you got these Christmas pageants where they show the, the wise go, the wise

men didn’t go into the manger, number one. That’s wrong! Then they showed him as a baby

when the wise men get there. That’s wrong! Okay!

Deacon Asaph: They messed up the time.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right! They messed up the time! From there now…Let’s go to Luke 2 because

another question is when was Christ born? Luke 2 verse 40 to 42

Deacon Asaph: Luke Chapter 2 verse 40 and the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit…

Bishop Nathanyel: So the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, this is Christ…

Deacon Asaph: filled with wisdom: and the grace of God.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: was upon him. Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the feast of the

Passover.

Bishop Nathanyel: Every year at the feast of the Passover.

Deacon Asaph: And when he was twelve years old, they went up to Jerusalem after the custom of

the feast.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? And when he was twelve years old, so what is that verse telling

you? That’s telling you the time when he was born on the Passover. Understand that. Read that part

again…

Deacon Asaph: And when he was twelve years old, they went up to Jerusalem after the custom of

the feast.

Bishop Nathanyel: Real quick! Let’s go back to that book, the two Babylon’s. Give me page 93

Deacon Asaph: December the 25th as Christmas day, a festival was celebrated among the

heathen, at that precise time of the year, in honour of the birth of the son of the Babylonian queen of

heaven…

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s Seramises.

Deacon Asaph: and it may fairly be presumed that in order to conciliate the heathen and to swell

the number of the normal adherents of Christianity, the same festival was adopted by the Roman

church…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: Giving it only the name of Christ.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Bishop Nathanyel: See that so they put the name of Christ in that pagan holiday that’s why they

called it Christmas. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: That Christmas was originally a pagan festival is beyond all doubt.

Bishop Nathanyel: Beyond all doubt! Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: The time of the year and the ceremonies with which is still celebrated prove its

origin. In Egypt, the son of Isis the Egyptian title for the queen of heaven was born at this very time…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: about the time of the winter solstice. The very name by which Christmas is

popularly known among ourselves. Yule day proves at once its pagan and Babylonians origins, Yule

is the chaldee name for an infant or little child…

Bishop Nathanyel: See that?

Deacon Asaph: and as the 25th of December

Bishop Nathanyel: and as the 25th of December so that’s when the child was born. Okay. What

does that say right there?

Deacon Asaph: was called by our pagan Anglo- Saxon ancestors, Yule day or the child’s day,

Bishop Nathanyel: Or the child’s day, Yule day or the child’s day, that’s why they’ll always show,

the baby in a manger or something like that. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: Yule day or the child’s day and the night that preceded it. Mother-night

Bishop Nathanyel: Mother-night.

Deacon Asaph: Long before they came in contact with Christianity that sufficiently proves its real

characters.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that?

Deacon Asaph: Far and wide, in the realm of paganism was this birth-day observed.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? From there. Now let’s deal with news years real quick. When the

year starts for the Most High God? Let’s go to Deuteronomy 16…okay. Deuteronomy Chapter 16 I

just want verse 1.

Deacon Asaph: Deuteronomy Chapter 16 verse 1 Observe the month of Abib,

Bishop Nathanyel: Now write that down Abib. A.b.i.b, Observe the month of Abib.

Deacon Asaph: and keep the Passover:

Bishop Nathanyel: And keep the Passover, because why? Passover came in the month of Abib.

Deacon Asaph: Unto the Lord thy God:

Bishop Nathanyel: So now, is that it on verse 1?

Deacon Asaph: No. For in the month of Abib the Lord thy God brought thee forth out of Egypt by

night…

Bishop Nathanyel: So now remember this that the month of Abib we came out by nigh’ its talking

about the Passover. Okay. So from there let’s go to Exodus 12 Now when you get a bible dictionary

okay, you can get the Zondervan or any kind look up the word Abib it literally means ear of corn

which comes when spring okay that’s what it means the spring season. Okay…from there Exodus 12

we want verse 2

Deacon Asaph: Exodus Chapter 12 verse 2

Bishop Nathanyel: Now remember the month Abib, we came out of Egypt, we were to keep the

Passover. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: This month shall be to you the beginning of months

Bishop Nathanyel: So now, remember we’re discussing when God says the New Year begins… read

it again.

Deacon Asaph: This month shall be unto you the beginning of months…

Bishop Nathanyel: This month shall be to you the beginning of months. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: It shall be the first month of the year to you…

Bishop Nathanyel: It shall be the first month of the year to you…Go ahead…what verse was that?

2?

Deacon Asaph: That was 2.

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s see what its talking about jump down to verse 26. We want to establish

what is GOD talking about?

Deacon Asaph: Verse 26… And it shall come to pass when your children shall say unto you what

mean ye by this service? That ye shall say it is the sacrifice of the Lord’s Passover.

Bishop Nathanyel: It is the sacrifice of the Lord’s Passover, so when the Passover begins that’s

the beginning of the year to you! That’s the month of Abib the beginning of the year to you! Read it

again.

Deacon Asaph: And it shall come to pass when your children shall say unto you, what mean ye by

this service? That ye shall say…it is the sacrifice of the Lord’s Passover, who passed over the houses

of the children of Egypt. When he smote the Egyptians, and delivered our houses. And the people

bowed the head and worshipped.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that? So now. What is the Bible letting us Know? That the month

Abib which is the spring, that’s when the first spring month, that’s the beginning of the year. That’s

when, that’s the same month when the Passover is commanded to be celebrated. Okay. Not the dead

of winter but spring in the month of Abib! Real quick so where do we get that December stuff from?

Let’s go to Daniel 7… Okay Daniel 7 and verse 25…Okay!

Deacon Asaph: Daniel Chapter 7 and verse 25…

Bishop Nathanyel: Listen real good to this!

Deacon Asaph: And he shall speak great words against the Most High, and shall wear out the

saints of the Most High, and think to change time and laws: and shall be given into his hand until a

time and times and the dividing of time.

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s read it again.

Deacon Asaph: And he shall speak great words against the Most High…

Bishop Nathanyel: Who is the he here in Daniel 7:25? He’s talking about the United States of

America, the so-called white man. How does he speak great words against the Most High? Hold that

give me Isaiah 14:13…

Deacon Asaph: Isaiah Chapter 14 and verse 13…For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend

into heaven…

Bishop Nathanyel: For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: I will exalt my throne above the stars of God…

Bishop Nathanyel: Space travel, go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:

Bishop Nathanyel: I will enslave the Israelites in North America

Deacon Asaph: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds;

Bishop Nathanyel: I will create aeroplanes too!

Deacon Asaph: I will be like the most high.

Bishop Nathanyel: I will be like the most high.

Deacon Asaph: Verse 13: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the

north:

Bishop Nathanyel: So Lucifer the devil white man, that’s what it’s talking about…would sits upon

the mount of the congregations which are the Israelites. In the sides of the north, meaning…North

America. Go back again…

Deacon Asaph: and, and it calls him Lucifer in the twelfth verse.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go back to Daniel now, that part again and he shall do what to us?

Deacon Asaph: Daniel 7:25 and he shall speak great words against the most high, and shall wear

out the saints of the most high…

Bishop Nathanyel: How has he worn us out? In slavery, you ever get a pair of sneakers brand

new sneakers and when you look at the bottom see all the symbol on the bottom of the sneakers and

all the grid marks, and all that, but you wear them for awhile and wear them wear them wear them

what happen to the grid marks on the sneakers. They get worn out, so worn out what kind of sneakers

this that I was wearing so now the scripture said he will wear out the saints of the Most High which are

the Israelites. How does he wear us out, what does that mean? Meaning he worn us out in slavery so

much that we don’t know we Israelites no more. We’ve been worn out in slavery so harshly we

forgotten who we are, we forgotten our culture, our customs, our feast days. We forgotten our

nationality, we’ve forgotten our own woman. We forget our own kids. We’ve been worn-out as a

people. Understand that. Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: And he shall speak great words against the most high, and shall wear out the

saints of the most high…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph and think to change time and laws:

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s the part we wanted to get to also, and think to change times and laws.

Let’s deal with times, that this white man has change, we just went through daylight saving time

corrected? Where in spring time, they spring the clock one hour forward and in the fall they say spring

the clock an hour back. Okay. So they think to change times. Okay? Understand that! And it says and

laws. Okay. So now, what happen? GOD says, when was the beginning of the year? In the month of

Abib which is the spring. The white man says…no we going to change that, it will no longer be in the

spring, this Abib stuff let’s get rid of that, make it ah… the January.

Deacon Asaph& Bishop Nathanyel: January first!

Bishop Nathanyel: In the dead of winter.

Deacon Asaph: and, and call everybody that was still doing it in April, a April fool, that’s where the

saying came from to play tricks on people, because the people thought they were tricked because

they were still bringing in the year in April.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, that’s why at the beginning of the lesson remember it said Psalm 64

…it’s said they accompany. They do a diligent search. Okay. They search out iniquity they

accomplished a diligent search. They discover all this paganistic holidays and institute those things

into the united state of America and by that they wore us out with their lies so all you so-called black

men and black women you got to wake up to the truth that you are the Israelites. You got to become

born again, we got to honour the new year, when? In the spring time and celebrate Passover, we got

to stop keeping Christmas. We got to stop celebrating the New Years Eve celebration because all that

is paganism, all that is of the devil. Understand that. Okay, from there let’s go back to Jeremiah 10

again, let’s go back to Jeremiah 10 and verse 25…

Bishop Nathanyel: Alright, Jeremiah 10 and 2… I’m sorry Jeremiah 10 and verse 2…

Deacon Asaph: Jeremiah Chapter 10 and verse 2 Thus saith the Lord, learn not the way of the

heathen…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hear what the Bible commands us…learn not the way of the heathen…

Who is the heathen that we are learning from today? The so-called white man, we are commanded

not to learn. Back in Jeremiah’s time where were the Israelites at? In ancient Babylon, under the

Ethiopians and Jeremiah taught our ancestor then, learn not the ways of the heathen. Don’t follow

the customs of these Ethiopians that set up Nimrod and Tammuz and Semiramis and the tree, the

palm tree. Don’t follow it! Sow here we are in the United States of America. In America and their

archaeological digs they say oh, look what ancient Babylon use to celebrate. They had a custom

called Christmas not Christmas ah…Sole Evictius, and all that! They said…O let’s bring that custom

here to America, Okay…and they set it up and said…ah, we don’t have to use the palm tree, let’s use

the ever green tree. Okay. And they set up tree and they decorate it with silver and gold and they

gave our sons and daughter as gifts one to another on their holidays. Okay, so read that again.

Deacon Asaph: Thus saith the Lord God, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed

at the signs of heaven…

Bishop Nathanyel: Right. What did the heathen do? They are so dismayed at the signs of heaven

they put star, a star on top of the tree and says oh this will be the North Star on top of the tree then

they put bulbs around and say this shall be the smaller stars. One time it was heads of people on

these trees. Okay, so from there let’s go to Deuteronomy 28:48 let me show you something. The

celebrating of Christmas, the celebrating of New Year eve is all evil, it’s all demonic. And why, Why

does Santa clause which is Satan clause always have a red suite, what does red commonly signifies

sin. I’mma say it again sin, okay.

Deacon Asaph: And why does he have to come down your chimney? Where fire comes out of

Bishop Nathanyel: Right! Ha ha!

Deacon Asaph: Ha ha! And not the door or the window Ha Ha!

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this Deuteronomy 28:48

Deacon Asaph: Deuteronomy Chapter 28 verse 48 therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies

which the Lord shall send against thee, in hunger and in thirst, and in nakedness and in want of all

things: and he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck, until he have destroyed thee…

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s read that again.

Deacon Asaph: Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies…

Bishop Nathanyel: So remember we read in Daniel 7:25 where it said, he will wear out the

saints? Now here’s another precept jump back on that bandwagon, again. Read it again.

Deacon Asaph Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies…

Bishop Nathanyel: So we’ve been serving this so called white man for almost four hundred years.

Go ahead’

Deacon Asaph: Which the Lord shall send against thee, in hunger…

Bishop Nathanyel: We have to serve this man if we want food to put on our table. We had to

serve him picking the tobacco, picking cotton, picking sugar cane, okay.

Deacon Asaph: And in thirst…

Bishop Nathanyel: If we want water, we had to serve. Break our backs for this man. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And in nakedness…

Bishop Nathanyel: And if we want clothes to cover up our naked bodies, we have to serve form

sun up to sundown go ahead…

Deacon Asaph: And in want of all things…

Bishop Nathanyel: I want that part right there! And in want of all things meaning what? Even if we

wanted to learn the Bible, we had to go to learn the Bible from the so-called white man. And, what did

he do? He taught us Christmas! He taught us New Year’s Eve! Okay. Why? Hold that! Go back to

Psalm 64 I don’t want to forget that thought that we started at that right there Psalm 64 and verse 6

again.

Deacon Asaph: Psalms Chapter 64 verse 6 they search out iniquity…

Bishop Nathanyel: Their archaeological digs. They searched out iniquity, they get paid millions of

dollars to search out iniquity. It’s not by accident! That we celebrate Christmas! They searched it out!

Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: They searched out iniquity, they accomplish a diligent search…

Bishop Nathanyel: They accomplish a diligent search, they don’t stop until they dig up the last

remains of things. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: Both the inward thought of every one of them and the heart is deep…

Bishop Nathanyel: Did it says every one of them?

Deacon Asaph: Every one of them!

Bishop Nathanyel: So it’s not just one or two white people. It says the …read it again!

Deacon Asaph: Both the inward thought of every one of them…

Bishop Nathanyel: Every one of them! Yes black man! If you married the white woman, it’s talking

about her too and the thought of every one of them, every one of them is what?

Deacon Asaph: and the heart is deep…

Bishop Nathanyel: Is deep! Every last one of them, okay. Read the next verse.

Deacon Asaph: but God shall shoot at them with an arrow; suddenly shall they be wounded…

Bishop Nathanyel: Do you know what that arrow is, a missile, because there’s going to be

destruction here. God’s going to shoot at the wicked here, the United States of America with a nuclear

missile. Understand that! Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: but God shall shoot at them with an arrow; suddenly shall they be wounded…

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s start off with verse 5, I like that!

Deacon Asaph: Verse 5… they encourage themselves in an evil matter…

Bishop Nathanyel: Hmm…

Deacon Asaph: They commune of laying snares privily…

Bishop Nathanyel: They, they what?

Deacon Asaph: They commune of laying snares privily…

Bishop Nathanyel: They, read it again.

Deacon Asaph: They commune…

Bishop Nathanyel: I want that word, commune, they commune…

Deacon Asaph: They commune of laying snares privily…

Bishop Nathanyel: Of laying snares, laying traps privily, okay. So, what is that talking about when

they sat down with the pilgrims, when they sat down with the united nation building, go ahead, read it

again.

Deacon Asaph: they commune of laying snares privily…

Bishop Nathanyel: They commune of laying traps privately; they are not going to tell everybody

oh we are going to set up Christmas and New Year’s Eve as a trap for the Israelites. They are not

going to say that! Yeah, Read that part again.

Deacon Asaph: They commune of laying snares privily…

Bishop Nathanyel: They do that privately. They sit amongst one another and they said listen we

just did some digs we discover something called aww aww…where they set up a tree which is the

spirit of Nimrod, let’s put Christ to that, okay…we can lead the slaves that way, okay read it again.

Deacon Asaph: They commune of laying snares privily.

Bishop Nathanyel: They are not going to say and you know what and this digs also showed us

that mmm… The new year one time according to the Bible was in the spring but we don’t want to do

that, we could do like ancient Babylon because we see they celebrate it in the dead of winter, let’s do

that. They commune of laying traps privately, they not going to tell you because a lot of you think your

excepted no your under the delusion of inclusion. Okay read on.

Deacon Asaph: They…say, who shall see them?

Bishop Nathanyel: Who…Who’s going to know that we are the wicked upon the earth. Who’s

going to know that we set up all these holidays, all these customs base on ancient Babylon which is

based upon Satan. Who’s going to know we did this?

Deacon Asaph: And they know Negroes don’t read anyways so, a Negro ain’t going to search it

out.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, okay go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: They searched out iniquity, they accomplished a diligent searched both the inward

thought of everyone of them, and the heart is deep.

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s go now to Isaiah 29 So we read in Deuteronomy 28 verse 48 its says…

we got to serve them for the lack of all things, in want of all things…that include understanding, of the

Bible and anything we have to go to the white man to get understanding.

That’s why a lot of you except Christmas and New Year’s Eve you’ve never once asked them, well

can you prove that in the bible. You’ve never once do that but when we bring out the truth, watch we

get a million and one letters, ahh… how can you prove that? How can you say…Now you want to

question us because we are your brothers, we look like you!

Deacon Asaph: Because we read and we found it, question them!

Bishop Nathanyel: Right!

Deacon Asaph: But there’s no proof of Santa clause or the tree or anything but y’all want to follow

that!

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly from there Isaiah 29:13

Deacon Asaph: Isaiah 29:13 wherefore the Lord said, forasmuch as this people draw near me with

their mouth…

Bishop Nathanyel: You black man and black woman, Latin man and Latin woman you draw near

to God with the mouth how you love the Lord.

Deacon Asaph: And with their lips do honour me.

Bishop Nathanyel: Oh, yes I love the Lord, I love the Lord. I love him yes I does, go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: But have removed their heart far from me…

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning you won’t do no law this Bible says, the Bible gives you a law you

said no we aren’t doing that. Read that part again

Deacon Asaph: But have removed their heart far from me, and their fear towards me…

Bishop Nathanyel: And your fear towards God, meaning all that you understand about God about

the Bible…

Deacon Asaph: And their fear towards me is taught by the precept of men.

Bishop Nathanyel: What men taught you the bible? The so-called white man taught you the bible,

read that part again.

Deacon Asaph: and their fear towards me is taught by the precept of men.

Bishop Nathanyel: And your fear towards God is taught by the so-called white man, understand

that. That’s what the bible is proving, okay. So you’ve not learn the bible yet! But before destructions

come you’re going to learn this bible. Okay! Was that it?

Deacon Asaph: Yes.

Bishop Nathanyel: From there let’s go to Colossians 2 and 8…, Colossians Chapter 2 and

verse 8

Deacon Asaph: Colossians Chapter 2 and verse 8 Beware lest any man spoil you through

philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after

Christ.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that again!

Deacon Asaph: Beware lest any man spoil you.

Bishop Nathanyel: Stop, beware less any man spoil you, mean corrupt you.

Deacon Asaph: Through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men.

Bishop Nathanyel: After the tradition of men, so who have spoiled our race, who have spoiled our

nation, who have spoiled our twelve tribes with philosophies after the traditions of men the so-called

white man first and foremost because everything I…I got to say this everything you, you so-called

black people I’mma say you so-called because you not really black I’m just using it metaphorically…

You so-called black people everything that you know where have you gotten it from? The so-called

white man all your understanding and you know what you got the nerves to write us and say you used

the white man’s book, show us prove that the bible is the white man’s book! I ain’t seen that scripture

yet! Show me God is white? Show me Christ is white? Show me the Israelites white? You ain’t got no

scripture but you unlearn black man are the first one to put, put lips out as it drag the floor and say

stupid stuff.

You the first ones but guess what the bible bears witness that everything you know, you’ve learned

from the slave master. Slave masters didn’t teach us this, what we’re teaching you the white man

didn’t teach it to us, okay read that again.

Deacon Asaph: Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit,

Bishop Nathanyel: Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit: so the man

that is speaking of first and foremost is the white man, because where were Paul writing this? Under

Roman captivity. Read it again!

Deacon Asaph: Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy…

Bishop Nathanyel: All your philosophy is about Christmas; all your philosophies are about New

Year’s Eve. All your lying false philosophies, go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And vain deceit.

Bishop Nathanyel: And they are all vain deceit, vain lies. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: After the tradition of men…

Bishop Nathanyel: After the tradition of the white man because that’s where you follow all these

holidays from, the white man. Go head.

Deacon Asaph: after the rudiments of the world.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on!

Deacon Asaph: And not after Christ…

Bishop Nathanyel: Because all those days you celebrate are not after Christ. Show us December

25th, show us that! Show us Christmas! Show us New Year’s Eve in the dead of winter! Show us that!

Oh its silence now…Okay. So you have no choice black and Latin man but to repent. You only got

two options. You’ll either repent or drop dead, that’s the only two options you got! Okay! From there

let’s go to Titus, Titus Chapter 1 and verse 14

Deacon Asaph: Titus Chapter 1 verse 14 not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments

of men, that turn from the truth.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again.

Deacon Asaph: Not giving heed to Jewish fables.

Bishop Nathanyel: Stop! Let’s deal with some Jewish fables, what does the word Jewish. Let’s

deal with that word, the word, the suffix, ‘ish’ at the end of that word. What does ‘ish’ means? It means

pertaining to, not the original but it pertaining to something. So like they says…I’ll meet you around

five-ish, I’m not saying I’m meeting you five, somewhere around five. So read that again.

Deacon Asaph: Not giving heed to Jewish fables.

Bishop Nathanyel: Let’s deal with Jewish fables, Jewish meaning fables that pertain…The word

fable is a lie. Pertain to the people of God, the Jews. So…like what? Christmas is a Jewish fable.

Because you stick the birth of Christ in it, the white man has stuck Joseph in it, stuck Mary and he

stuck the angels in it. He painted them all white, he said, this is God’s holiday…it’s a Jewish fable!

Then with Santa clause, what’s his real name Saint Nick.

Deacon Asaph: Saint Nick.

Bishop Nathanyel: Saint Nicholas by the way, they called Santa clause the Saint Nick. Santa

clause was the real Israelite in Russia who celebrated not December the 25th but he celebrated

Hanukkah which in English is the Feast of Dedication and he gave gifts to the orphans and the

widows, all, during the Hanukkah celebration of the Feast of Dedication. There are many painting of

Saint Nickolas as a black man in Russia okay. So now they took that, the scholar took that, remember

when we read they do a diligent search, okay…they say oh saint Nicholas, hmmm… let’s make him a

fat white man, put a red suit on him, give him the Ho! Ho! Ho! and a ra Rudolph the red nose reindeer

and give gifts to everybody throughout the world.

Deacon Asaph: And put a name on it when you unscramble it you get Satan.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, exactly!

Deacon Asaph: Okay.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because Negroes is simple, to figure it out.

Deacon Asaph: What a co-incidence Santa and Satan is the same words mixed up and then add a

tree and light bulbs all that stuff is symbolic. All that stuff have meaning that you Negroes don’t know

because you don’t research, you don’t check. That’s why it says in Isaiah 64 who sees us who’s

gonna know.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly! Have you ever asked yourself, what the hell does a tree and some

dang gone light bulbs got to do with Christ? With Christ! What does that got to do with anything? It

has nothing, the trees and the bulbs have nothing to do with Christ, but it has all to do with Nimrod.

Deacon Asaph: Right!

Bishop Nathanyel: Because it says the spirit of the tree represented Nimrod. Understand that!

back to Titus 1:14

Deacon Asaph: Titus 1:14 not giving heed to Jewish fables,

Bishop Nathanyel: So Christmas is a Jewish fable, ah… Saint Nick is a Jewish fable! Ah…what

else? Ah…Ba Bab Baa…

Deacon Asaph: The yule log!

Bishop Nathanyel: The Yule log! All that they say pertaining to the Jews, are all lies!

Deacon Asaph: The mistletoe, kissing under the mistletoe.

Bishop Nathanyel: kissing under the mistletoe.

Deacon Asaph: Everybody expecting a kiss that day.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly! It’s all Jewish fables, meaning lies that pertain around the Jews

Deacon Asaph: You can Google December the 25th and see that it was winter solstice. That’s

something they don’t hide. That’s what they get that day from in honour of the sun.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, exactly…And you know what? This week or maybe sometime but

there was a thing on the news on CNN where atheist put up a bill board that says, what does it says.

Hmm…They put a big billboard up and said. Christmas has nothing to do with Christ, something like

that, he said and this season remember the reason we celebrate. He said, Christmas was never

anything to do with the Bible. And all the fake Christians like you got angry and mad! Okay! So we

back in… Titus 1:14

Deacon Asaph: Titus 1:14 not giving heed to Jewish fables…

Bishop Nathanyel: Not giving heed to Jewish fables…like Christmas and New Year’s Eve.

Deacon Asaph: And commandment of men.

Bishop Nathanyel: because that is a commandment of men, What man gave you that

commandment to celebrate Christmas and New Year eve, that’s right he so called white man, your

slave master.

Deacon Asaph: And commandments of men, that turn from the truth.

Bishop Nathanyel: And commandments of men… what’s their purpose?

Deacon Asaph: That turn from the truth.

Bishop Nathanyel: Their purpose is to truth you from the truth! That why in Psalm 64 it says they

accomplished a diligent search, they search out iniquities, their purpose, their reasoning is to turn the

Israelites from the truth, that’s why the forbade us to read. They forbid our people to read, they

indoctrinated us with their lies, okay!

Hold that give me Matthew 23, I’mma show you something else, okay Matthew 23… no is it Matthew

23 Where it says call no man master! I think it’s there.

Deacon Asaph: Matthew 23:8 but be not ye called Rabbi.

Bishop Nathanyel: Rabbi is a Hebrew word for Master.

Deacon Asaph: For one is your Master even Christ and all ye are brethren.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read verse 10

Deacon Asaph: Verse 10 neither be ye called masters, for one is your master even Christ!

Bishop Nathanyel: What did the so-called white man do to us during the time of slavery; he forced

us to call him master. You don’t think he knew these scriptures? He read that but he says oh no called

me master and he slapped the hell outta black man and black woman if they didn’t called him master

and I’mma show you a clip on that!

Bishop Nathanyel: Remember earlier in the lesson, we read about Herod seeking to destroy the

baby, the young child Christ remember that? Remember that? Revelation starts at 12

Chapter 12. I want verse 2. We want 2 through 5 that’s it.

Deacon Asaph: Revelation 12:2 and she being with child cried, travailing in…

Bishop Nathanyel: Read verse 1 in case somebody is reading 1

Deacon Asaph: Revelation 12:1 and there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed

with the sun and moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars…

Bishop Nathanyel: Now this woman represents the twelve tribes of Israel, the sun and moon just

represents knowledge and wisdom and understanding. Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And she being with child…

Bishop Nathanyel: and she being with child, cried.

Deacon Asaph: Travailing in birth and pain to be delivered.

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this, now this woman represents Israel, go head.

Deacon Asaph: And there appeared another wonder in heaven, and behold a great red dragon

Bishop Nathanyel: A great red dragon!

Deacon Asaph: Having seven heads…

Bishop Nathanyel: Having seven heads…

Deacon Asaph: And ten horns…

Bishop Nathanyel: and ten horns, seven empires and ten smaller empires…

Deacon Asaph: And seven crowns upon his heads…

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven…

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s Judah, Benjamin and Levi that’s the third part of the stars that the

Romans cast down, watch this…

Deacon Asaph: And they cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which

was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that part again! This is the part! I’m just rushing through it but I need you

all to understand this!

Deacon Asaph: And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven and cast the to the earth

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this!

Deacon Asaph: And the dragon stood before the woman…

Bishop Nathanyel: And the dragon stood before the woman.

Deacon Asaph: Which was ready to be delivered…

Bishop Nathanyel: Which was ready to be delivered.

Deacon Asaph: For to devour her child as soon as it was born…

Bishop Nathanyel: Who stood before Israel to devour the child as soon as it was born? Herod and

the Roman Empire! So what is Revelation? What is John our apostle teaching us? He’s teaching us

that the great red dragon is the so called white man beginning with Rome! Understanding me! Read

that part again in case I shuttered.

Deacon Asaph: And the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to

devour her child as soon as it was born.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hold that go to Matthew 2 I’m going back, I got to show you…Matthew

Chapter 2 umm…I think its verse 13, Matthew 2 verse 13,

Deacon Asaph: Matthew 2:13 and when they were departed behold the angel of the Lord

appeared to Joseph in a dream, saying arise and take the young child and his mother, and flee into

Egypt, and be thou there until I bring thee word for Herod will seek the young child to destroy him.

Bishop Nathanyel: For Herod will seek the young child to destroy him, go back to Revelation

now, I want that one verse that you just read, about that dragon.

Deacon Asaph: Revelation Chapter 12 verse…

Bishop Nathanyel: 4.

Deacon Asaph: 4…And his tail did drew the third part of the stars of heaven and did cast them to

the earth...

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s Judah, Benjamin and Levi. When they conquered us.

Deacon Asaph: And the dragon stood before the woman which were ready to be delivered, for to

devour her child as soon as it was born.

Bishop Nathanyel: so who was this great red dragon? Your slave master, the so-

called white man. Now what you got to say Mr Minster? Miss black woman? Mr

Black man, what you gonna say now? Ah! You still…the great white man I just

loves him so much. The Bible calls him the devil, the Bible says he’s a great red

dragon. What you gonna say now and this ain’t our words. We are reading the Holy

Bible okay.

So brothers, sisters we give all praises to the Most High, if you want more

information visit our website at www.israelunite.org and visit us on you tube at

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how long we have on the air you may see us today and tomorrow we might not be

on the air anymore so this is up to you brothers and sisters to learn this truth.

Write us call us learn it for yourself, we got to spread this gospel throughout the

world okay so with that brothers and sisters we say Shalom

Deacon Asaph: Shalom Israel.


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