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Four Types Of Israelites

Updated on June 29, 2016

12 Tribes Of Israel

Four Types Of Israelites

IUIC – Four Types of Israelites


Bishop Nathanyel: Come out

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:2) “He taught them many things by parables, and said unto them in his doctrine…”

Bishop Nathanyel: What’s is a parable, Gedaliah? What’s a parable?

Officer Gedaliah: A serious saying…

Bishop Nathanyel: What?

Officer Gedaliah: A dark saying

Bishop Nathanyel: A dark saying, yes, you’re correct…give me another term, Josiah

Officer Josiah: An illustrated story

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, an illustrated story. Uses metaphors, a similitude of one thing to another. Go head…

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:3) “Hearken; Behold, there went out a sower to sow.”

Bishop Nathanyel: There went out a sower to sow, it’s not talking about sewing clothes. What’s a sower Bezaleel? A sower?

Officer Bezaleel: Uh, a farmer or planter.

Bishop Nathanyel: A farmer or planter, he plants seeds. Ok, go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:4) “And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and the fowls of the air came and devoured I up.”

Bishop Nathanyel: He said there was a sower, a farmer was sowing seeds…birds in the air came, and ate up the seeds. Now watch this, here’s the precept. Stay in the same chapter, go to verse 14 & 15. Just verse 14, verse 14 that’s all I want.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4: 14) “The sower soweth the word…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Go head

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:15) “And these are they by the way side, where the word is sown; but when they have heard, Satan cometh immediately, and taketh away the word that was sown in their hearts.”

Bishop Nathanyel: So that’s what happens when you brothers are @ camp, and someone will come up and be genuinely interested and start to believe, and then guess who comes by? Sambo Coon…”Don’t believe that brother, don’t believe that, they…they pulling your leg, don’t believe that.” Then that brother or sister that’s simple goes… “Yea you know you right I’m not gone listen to this.” And walks away.

Deacon Eythan: Or their phone rings.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right their phone rings or its their momma, they listen to the phone and they walk away. Ok jump back same chapter, we in verse 5. I want verse 5 and 6 together.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:5)

Bishop Nathanyel: So that was the 1st type of Israelite, that’s the simple brother or sister that hears…they start to believe, somebody says something stupid…and they immediately just walk away. That’s the 1st type, here’s the 2nd type…come one.


Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:5) “And some fell on stony ground, where it had not much earth; and immediately it sprang up, because it had no depth of earth: vs. 6 But when the sun was up, it was scorched because it had no root, it withered away.”


Bishop Nathanyel: So he gives the next 2nd analogy, the sower planted the seed, it didn’t have root. The sun rose and it just burnt them up. What does that mean? Let’s jump over to verse 16 & 17.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:16) “And these are they likewise which are sown on stony ground;”

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:16) “…who when they have heard the word, immediately receive it with gladness;”

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s that brother or sister that hear the word and go, “I believe that! Yes!” and they happy…”I wanna come to the class, I wanna get the lesson, I wanna get the tape, I wanna get…do this & do that.” Watch, come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:17) “And have no root in themselves…”

Bishop Nathanyel: What that part mean, they have no root in themselves? Imar?

Imar: Having no root in themselves, meaning they themselves don’t study.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, they’re not studying. In order to get rooted in something, you got to study. Give me that in Timothy, study to show yourself approved…..we coming right back to Mark. I want ya’ll to pay close attention to this.

Deacon Yawasap: This is the book of 2nd Timothy chapter 2 and verse 15 “Study to shew thyself approved unto God...”

Bishop Nathanyel: Because ya’ll in ya’ll studying, to impress nobody up in here. You’re studying to show yourself approved unto God. So when we’re getting on you, because we know who studies and we know who does not. It’s for your own benefit.

Deacon Laba: Can I say it…Yes the Elder says it the best, because your silly questions showing you not studying nothing. Showing that you’re just watching, not study the book, don’t do nothing. Then when you ask a that, you should have known if you study. You understand, its not a genius question, its just like a plain question, the bible answer it in itself, you understand. That’s how we know you not doing, what you supposed to be doing.

Deacon Eythan: Then you ask who the wicked are. That’s being a prime example..

Bishop Nathanyel: Let me tell ya’ll something some brothers have a better, and sisters have a better retention that others.

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Bishop Nathanyel: Others who do not have that good a retention, guess what you and me have to do cause I’m included in that, I don’t have that good of retention either. What you gotta to do Imar? What we gotta do?

Bro Imar: Keep….restudying

Bishop Nathanyel: You gotta keep reading it over and over again and keep writing it down II Timothy 2:15, II Timothy 2:15 you gotta keep writing it down, just to retain that. If you gotta know you, examine yourself.. Just because he can hear one thing, one time and still remember it 3 months later. I don’t remember nothing, the next day. I’m what? But I gotta know me, so I gotta sit down and write it over and over, over, and over to remember it I gotta rehearse it. Recite it over and over just to retain that little bit. Ya’ll understand?

Men: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: So don’t be ashamed, ashamed of whatever your level is, you gotta build on it.

Deacon Yawasap: I wanna make a point, on that about studying over and over again so that it don’t slip…because going back to what we was talking about earlier. With the christmas carols and all of that. How many…most of us are above 20 yrs. old right? Ever since you was born, every year they play those christmas carols. Those so called christmas carols, why? Because they want it to get deep into your spirit…they don’t want you to forget it.

Bishop Nathanyel: - That’s right.

Deacon Yawasap: They bring it with repetition is how you get it. That’s how you gotta do with the bible. You have to read the bible. You can’t I’ve read it once and stop…you gone throw away, you gone throw that stuff right back in the garbage. You got christmas bells every year, you got turkey every year, easter with easter bunnies lay eggs every year, christmas tree every year. So they constantly giving you that. They understand the importance of repetition. They understand the importance of constantly giving it to you. Well you, have to give yourself …to study. You have to put your head in the bible repeatedly. So that you can resist the wiles, of satan. That’s what its about. It’s this verses that. What are you gonna have your mind controlled by? This or television?

Bishop Nathanyel: Ok, read that again Yawasap.

Deacon Yawasap: (II Timothy)

Bishop Nathanyel: I know some of yall was glad I didn’t call on them

(Chuckles)

Deacon Yawasap: II Timothy (II Timothy 2: 15) “Study to show thyself”…Imma read it again, “STUDY, to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed….”

Bishop Nathanyel: A, lets deal with that. A workman that needed not to be ashamed. I was telling ya’ll earlier how when I was growing up, when it came to history I was always ashamed.

Bishop Nathanyel: When all the other kids in my class, was breaking down their history…I was always ashamed. But guess what I’m ashamed no more. Ok, I can teach my children, they are not ashamed. Ok, Deuteronomy 28, they know that…boom boom boom, color scriptures they know that. So no longer SHOULD WE EVER BE ASHAMED. Of anything, that’s why, the importance of study, it’s very important, because the nations will challenge you in whatever you say, “Jesus is black”…”You’re a liar” Oh I’m not ashamed because…Christ is black, let’s go to it right now. And THEY will be ashamed. Ok, whatever, we say, we should

never be ashamed, cause we are studying, showing ourselves approved, unto God.

Brother: Isaiah 45:17.

Bishop Nathanyel: That’s right, very good…come on.

Deacon Yawasap: (II Timothy 2:15) “A workman, that needed not to be ashamed.”

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that word right there? What was that 1st word he just read?

Men: Workman

Bishop Nathanyel: Workman! Workman! Workman! Ya’ll aint…wait wait wait, I got a question. Raise your hand, who in here is not, working? In esau’s world I’m talking about work... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, ok only 6 brothers, Ok. What yall need to do, in order to be that workman that needed not be ashamed….that goes with studying. Ya’ll need to come up with ways, hand out fliers, pick a day and say “You know what? Imma go to this location, and I’m a hand out fliers.” Ok, I’m not talking about camp, I’m not talking about camp…ya’ll know what I’m talking bout? Make yourselves, productive for The Most High. Ok, like on a Sunday…we sit around and watch with nothing to do. Get some brothers and say, “Lets just give out some fliers.” Stand in front of this church, right over here. Ya’ll understand that? Don’t be scared brothers. I know there’s probably a victim of fear. My momma might see me…

(chuckles)

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that again.

Deacon Yawasap: II Timothy 2:15 “ A workman, that needed not to be ashamed.”

Bishop Nathanyel: So even when it comes to this truth. All of us should be productive. In this truth. Come on.

Deacon Yawasap: II Timothy 2:15 “ A workman, that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Hear that, “rightly dividing the word of truth.” Give me another scripture that says, “Rightly dividing the word of truth.” Gedaliah….I don’t hear you……

Bishop Nathanyel: Josiah, give me a scripture that says, “rightly dividing the word of truth.” …to explain.

Officer Josiah: Isaiah 28:9?

Bishop Nathanyel: Verse 9? Go on tell me, quote it for me. Paraphrase it.

Officer Josiah: Ummm

Bishop Nathanyel: Helloooooo.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 28:10) For precept

Bishop Nathanyel: What verse are you at?

Officer Josiah: Verse 10

Bishop Nathanyel: Oh, verse 10, go ahead read it out loud.

Josiah: (Isaiah 28:10) “For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little:”

Bishop Nathanyel: Right that let you know the bible is written like a puzzle. In order to understand the parables, the metaphors, the similitudes, you must rightly divide the word of truth which is precept upon precept. Here a little, and there a little. Everybody understand that?

Men: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go back to Mark, we almost done. Mark chapter 4, what verse were you in?

Deacon Eythan: Verse…16 yeah 16

Bishop Nathanyel: Read verse 16 again

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:16) “And these are they likewise which are sown on stony ground; who, when they have heard the word, immediately receive it with gladness; (vs. 17) And have no root in themselves…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, have no root in themselves, meaning they not studying…come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:17) “and so endure but for a time…”

Bishop Nathanyel: And only endure for a time, that’s why we always say this truth is like revolving doors, musical chairs, here today…gone tomorrow. Go head.

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:17 “…afterward, when affliction…”

Wait! Listen good to this part, read that slow.

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:17 “…afterward, when affliction or persecution ariseth for the word’s sake…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “Afterward, you not studying, it says when affliction or persecution ariseth…for the word’s sake.” Go head

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:17 “….immediately they are offended.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Imma give you an example.

Deacon Yawasap: Give an example brother…

Men: Chuckles

Bishop Nathanyel: Notice it says, “When affliction or persecution arises for the word’s sake”…what’s tomorrow?

Men: Christmas

Bishop Nathanyel: So called Christmas, some of you know for the past some odd years, your families got together on Christmas day right?

Men: Right…yes sir…

Bishop Nathanyel: Tomorrow they are expecting you to get together on Christmas day. You’re gonna say “No”, some of you might go do whatever, and they’re gonna get on…they’re gonna persecute you for the word’s sake. You’re gonna say “No”, the scriptures says like Tim um Corinthians “Come out from among them, be ye separate”…remember that, Revelation 18:4, 2nd Corinthians 6, and they’re gonna argue you down… “You’re supposed to come here, like we’ve been doing for the past 20 something years” and they’re gonna argue “If you don’t do it, Imma throw you out.” Now you’re being afflicted, you’re being persecuted for the word’s sake. “Mommy, that’s an idol in the house.” “I don’t care baby. You’re gonna bring your but here, and have Christmas dinner wit all of us.” You’re being persecuted. Ok, you gotta wife. You got her wearing those hip hugger jeans. “You got me wearing these hot jeans, you like the way my but was shaped.” Or Imma reverse it now, the woman. They’re going home, their momma say “You know you have such a nice shape. Why you gotta cover it up with that long dress? You look homely now. Why don’t you show your body? Shake what yo’ momma gave ya. Look at cha’ now with your head covered, look at cha’ looking all Harriet Tubman like.”

Deacon Eythan: “You look old…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “You look ooooold.” Now she’s being afflicted, persecuted for the word’s sake. “Well Ma, the scriptures say”, Deuteronomy 22:5 “The woman should not wear what pertains to a…”” “I don’t give no damn about that baby girl. You a beautiful girl….shake what you got. Flaunt it. And you got that ol’ no good ni…mmmm Hebrew Israelite nnn. He don’t even got a job. Leave him!” Persecution, persecution, persecution.

Deacon Yawasap: Then they show you relatives, then they show you relatives, “See…you could be like this. You with so & so, but look, look, look at Ty. Look at this one, look at that one. Teeth straight and all that.” Now you feel like you little…”Damn you know I probably made a mistake.”

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Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, so enough of that, that’s what’s gonna happen, watch…read it. Read it, who was reading?

Deacon Eythan: I was.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that part again.

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:17 “And have no root in themselves, and so endure but for a time; afterward, when affliction or persecution ariseth for the word’s sake, immediately they are offended.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Immediately, you are offended and you go back…to what you used to be, Sambo Coon. Because you can’t take it no more. “I’m always fighting, arguing…I can’t take it.” But if you had just gotten root in yourself. You can endure that little persecution, you could have endured it. Why? Because you had comfort of the scriptures. OK. Jump back over, to verse…um what verse you was at in the 1st part?

Deacon Eythan: 8

Bishop Nathanyel: Verse 7

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:7 “ And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up, and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again.

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:7 “ And some fell among thorns…”

Bishop Nathanyel: This is the 3rd type of Israelite, read it again.

Deacon Eythan: Mark 4:7 “ And some fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up, and choked it, and it yielded no fruit.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Jump over to verse 18 & 19. This is the 3rd type of Israelite, Christ is gone break it down for us.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:18 – 19) “And these are they which are sown among thorns; such as hear the word, (vs. 19) And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word, and it becometh unfruitful.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:18 – 19) “And these are they which are sown among thorns; such as hear the word,”

Bishop Nathanyel: So now this group here, is not the group that doesn’t study. This brother or sister, he may or may have not been studying, but watch what it says verse 19.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “The cares of the world” come on

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “…and the deceitfulness of riches,

Bishop Nathanyel: (Mark 4:19) “…the deceitfulness of riches”, “The cares of the world, and the deceitfulness of riches”

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) ”…and the lusts of other things entering in”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Mark 4:19) “…entering in”

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “…choke the word”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Mark 4:19) Choke all that you’ve studied, choke all that you’ve learned.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “…and it becometh unfruitful.”

Bishop Nathanyel: You become unfruitful in this walk. What does this mean? The cares of the world…why do most brothers, want that nice car? Why Josiah?

Officer Josiah: To please the woman

Bishop Nathanyel: To get…not just please her they want to get her. They want to get that good looking woman. Some of ya’ll, ya’ll don’t want that sister that look like, Precious. Although there’s nothing wrong with her. Some brothers like..

Brother: She’s a hamite

Bishop Nathanyel: Is she a hamite?

Brother: Yea

Bishop Nathanyel: Oh, ok. Oh I didn’t know that, I thought she was our people. Now I know. Now I see why…

Men: Chuckles

Bishop Nathanyel: But, some brothers want that Naomi Campbell

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Bishop Nathanyel: You want that Eva Mendez

Bishop Nathanyel: You want them good looking womennnnn. So, what do you do?…the cares of the world. I need a car, I need a nice ride, to get this woman right here. So in order to do that you gotta, push the bible aside. Because now in order to get that you either, “A” you want that escalade that navigator. You ain’t got no dough you gotta start making money somehow. Might be drugs, you might get 2 or 3 jobs, and we don’t see you no more. Case & point, some brothers you see here where are they? At work…where are they? At work, at work, at work…never make it their business to come here. Read that again verse 19.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Got to have that money. And its talking bout’ the deceitfulness of riches. Deceitfulness, it ain’t talking bout’ getting money the proper way…its talking bout’ the deceitfulness. You going about some corrupt way, to get the money. Go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “…the lust of other things”

Bishop Nathanyel: Wait..the lust of other…your thing might not be the car. Your thing might not be, the money. Your thing might be…here’s something that people don’t think about…POWER! Mmmm, what I mean by that? Real quick Imma give you a precept. Get me ummm 2nd Samuel 15:11. Imma show ya’ll something. Absalom, King David had a son named Absalom, he wanted POWER!

Bishop Nathanyel: He had good looks, he had women, it told you…what it say about him? He was the best looking brother in all Israel. Women used to flock to him. But that wasn’t his demon. His demon was power. He wanted the King’s seat. This is what he did.

Deacon Eythan: II Samuel 15:7?

Bishop Nathanyel: Um..ba ba ba verse 11, I want 11.

Deacon Eythan: (II Samuel 15:11) “And with Absalom went two hundred men out of Jerusalem, that were called; and they went in their simplicity, and they knew not any thing.

Bishop Nathanyel: Two hundred men, followed Absalom in their simplicity. He…he could talk good. He deceived 200 dumb brothers, to try to go against King David…the KING! That was power, he wanted power. Here lets, lets get some more. Give me Numbers 16:1, watch this…because you got some brothers, that’s their demon. POWER! You not with my camp. I hate you, brother! I hate you! Mmmm, I need all them brothers with me! That’s a demon. Get, you got it? Numbers 16.

Deacon Eythan: Numbers 16

Bishop Nathanyel: And 1, I want 1 & 2.

Deacon Eythan: (Numbers 16:1-2) “Now Korah, the son of Izhar, the son of Kohath, the son of Levi, and Dathan and Abiram, the sons of Eliab, and On, the sone of Peleth, sons of Reuben, took men: (vs. 2) And they rose up before Moses, with certain of the children of Israel, two hundred and fifty princes of the assembly, famous in the congregation, men of renown:”

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? So those men, 250 men…famous, in the congregation rose up against Moses and Aaron. When you read this history, it was all about POWER! That’s all, they even had money, they had fame. What do…Moses even said, “What do ya’ll lack? You above everybody.” They said, “We want your seat, Moses!”…Power, some brothers got a thing for power. Ok, get me…uh, Ecclesiasticus 16:1. Christ wasn’t about that. Brothers, some brothers want numbers…Christ was never about that. Chris kept his circle small. All I need is 12 brothers, and these 12 brothers…can do wonders. That’s the mind set we gotta be in. Ecclesiasticus 16, Sirach 16:1 & 2.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:1)

Bishop Nathanyel: This is for the power made brother.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:1) “Desire not a multitude of unprofitable children…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “Desire not a multitude of UNprofitable children…” Come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:1) “…neither delight in ungodly sons.

Bishop Nathanyel: Don’t delight in ungodly sons.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:2) “Though they multiply…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Though they multiply.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:2) “…rejoice not in them”

Bishop Nathanyel: Rejoice not in them. Go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:2) “…except the fear of the Lord”

Bishop Nathanyel: Except the fear of the Lord

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:2) “…be with them.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Was that it?

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:3) “Trust not thou in their life, neither respect their multitude; for one that is just…”

Bishop Nathanyel: One that is just, brothers.

Deacon Eythan: (Ecclesiasticus 16:3) “…is better than a thousand”

Bishop Nathanyel: Is better than a thousand. Now that’s the mind set of Christ. Christ said, I got too many people here, and most of ya’ll don’t believe. He used to say hard sayings to get rid of em’. Just go, go! All I need is these 12. Then he came back and said, and out of you 12, one of you is the dang gone devil. He knew that. So don’t be…impressed with numbers brothers. Don’t think about that, because we just read it’s better to have one that is just than to have a thousand unprofitable and wicked Israelites. Let’s go back to Mark, Mark 4 I want verse 19 again. Still dealing with that 3rd type of Israelite.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word…”

Bishop Nathanyel: When you got that lust in you, it can choke the word of God. It can choke it, I’ll give you an example. You have learned the bible, over & over, but you have an agenda. Your agenda is to be the HNIC. You know why…what I meant by HNIC? Head nigga in charge, so you will began to corrupt scriptures. Read 1st John 3:15 for me, and then I’m gonna give you an example. 1st John 3:15, I think that’s what I want. Or is it 2:15? I hate you? Come out, come on.

Bishop Nathanyel: You got it?

Deacon Yawasap: Yep…(chuckles) you wanna hear it? Here it go! (1st John 3:15) “Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Now ya’ll just read that law, right? But I’ll just use myself as an example. I’m power mad, I want all Israel under me…and I see different camps out there, that’s not with me. So I’m mad. I’ve read that law over & over. Now you just read from…just gimme something else. Give me… read from here you just read, just softly read. I’m that power mad brother watch me.

Deacon Yawasap: (I John 4:10) “Herein is love…”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Background chanting) I hate you brother.

Deacon Yawasap: (I John 4:10) “…not that we loved God”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Background chanting) The spirit of the lord ain’t dealing with you!

Deacon Yawasap: (I John 4:10) “…but that he loved us,”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Background chanting) You a nigga! You know what, you ain’t nothing brother, you stupid!

Deacon Yawasap: (I John 4:11) “Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another.”

Bishop Nathanyel: (Background chanting) You know what, you ain’t nothing! You cartoon character, you ain’t nothing! You stupid! I taught you…you wicked as hell! … In every video you see with me, I’m attacking him. Power mad.

Brother: That’s right!

Bishop Nathanyel: And will choke the scriptures, will not abide in what these scriptures say. Why? Cause I have an agenda. And every man that’s under a negro like that, has that same hateful mind set. The word gets choked. Read verse 15 again.

Deacon Yawasap: (1st John 3:15) “Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer: and ye know that no murderer hath eternal life…”

Bishop Nathanyel: And you, following a man like that? You got brothers following a man who hates ALL ISRAEL! If they with him. Ok, so back to Mark 4 and 19.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Choke the word, choke the word. So let’s say your thing is women. Your lust is women. You know the sisters married, but you ain’t had none in 5 years…….You know the law says, “Thou shall not commit adultery.” You know she got a man, but you whispering in her ear. The word is being choked now. It’s being choked. Why? Because that lust within you….ok. Your thing might be, money. You know the law says, “Thou shall not steal.” But you see an opportunity. Cause you know if you get that money, you can get that car. You can get that new outfit. And if you can get that money, you can get that car, that new outfit…you can get Big-But-Betty. The word gets choked, it gets choked, “Thou shall not steal” goes out the window. Read that again verse 19.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word, and it becometh unfruitful.”

Bishop Nathanyel: “…And it becometh, unfruitful.” Now, an unlearned brother would say unfruitful, that means a lot of people. Is that talking about unfruitful means a lot of people with you?

Brothers: No

Bishop Nathanyel: How do we know that that’s not the right understanding? A lot of people following you. We just read it….we just read it. Issac?

Captain Issac: Sirach 16:1

Bishop Nathanyel: Sirach 16:1 It says, don’t glory in a multitude of wicked people following you. Absalom had 200, simple brothers him in his simplicity. Dathan, Korah, & On had 250 princes of Israel follow them, against Moses. So this ain’t talk….this unfruitful ain’t talking bout multitudes of people. This unfruitful, becoming unfruitful is talking bout what? And I want the scripture. All hands went down now. Becometh unfruitful, the word gets choked and you become…unfruitful. Who can help me? Zaacai.

Bro Zaacai: Galatians 5

Bishop Nathanyel: Galatians 5, get it. Galatians 5. This is how you become unfruitful. Because you can always get a wicked & dumb negro follow you to the gates of hell…so it ain’t talking bout that.

Deacon Yawasap: Galatians

Bishop Nathanyel: Stand out there and sell pork, see how many negroes and latinos flock to you. It ain’t talking bout that….

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “But the fruit of the Spirit is…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “But the fruit of the spirit…” is what?

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “But the fruit of the Spirit is love…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Love, that’s the first fruit of the spirit. What is love, Phil?

Bro Phil: Keeping the commandments.

Bishop Nathanyel: What verse, where would you go?

Bro Phil: I don’t remember.

Bishop Nathanyel: Gedaliah

Officer Gedaliah: I John 5:3

Bishop Nathanyel: I John 5:3, II John vs. 6, write those down. It explains love. So the first fruit of the spirit is keeping the commandments. So if you got lust in you, it chokes the word. One fruit and it says you become unfruitful right? The first thing that gets choked is…love, the obedience to the commandments. That gets choked (ahhh ahhh), you becoming unfruitful now, go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Joy, you don’t got that spirit of joy no more. You out teaching and everything, you got that hateful, evil spirit about how much you hate the black woman, how much you hate your people…joy is gone you becoming unfruitful now. Come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “…peace”

Bishop Nathanyel: Peace, there is no peace in your life. You on the street always fighting, a fight breaks out everytime you @ camp…come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “…long-suffering”

Bishop Nathanyel: Long-suffering, you not patient with the brothers and sisters…come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “…gentleness”

Bishop Nathanyel: Gentleness, you not gentle with the brothers….. and sisters of your people. Come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “…goodness”

Bishop Nathanyel: You’re not good either, come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:22) “…faith”

Bishop Nathanyel: Faith, your faith is gone, brother. Come on.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:23) “Meekness…”

Bishop Nathanyel: Meekness, you ain’t humble to the scriptures.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:23) “…temperance”

Bishop Nathanyel: Temperance, you’re not patient.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:23) “…against such there”

Bishop Nathanyel: Evenly, evenly temper minded. Go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Galatians 5:23) “…against such there is no law.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Against…when you got those attributes, no one can come against you. Why? Because you keeping the commandments. You’re filled with joy, you got peace in your life…all those things, that’s the fruit we’re supposed to have. Go back now to Mark 4, read 19 again.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “Choke the word”

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:19) “…and it becometh unfruitful.”

Bishop Nathanyel: “And it becometh unfruitful.” You become unfruitful in your spirit. Unfruitful, regardless of all the wicked negroes and latinos you got following you. Jump over down to verse 8. This is the last group, this is the 4th type of Israelite. We went over the 1st type, the 2nd type, and the 3rd type. Now we on the 4th type. Yea go head.

Deacon Yawasap: Uh, that last part when you also read about, that the word is choked, another scripture for that is “Why trimmest thou thy way to seek love?” (Jeremiah 2:33).

Bishop Nathanyel: Yes, very good.

Deacon Yawasap: And the lust of other things. You trim the commandments of the bible because you have a lust of something else.

Bishop Nathanyel: Yes, that’s right. Exactly. Ya’ll understand that?

Brothers: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because guess what, we gone go…we gonna go thru these commandments. None of us in here are 100%..... right. But guess what, as we go thru these laws and we catch ourselves falling, we’re gonna do what?

Brothers: Repent

Bishop Nathanyel: Repent and get it right. But if you get that stiff…spirit, “I’m not doing what that bible says.” Cause you might be in the midst of adultery, you might not wanna get a job, you might be a liar, or a thief. If you don’t wanna repent, what’s the only outcome for you?

Brothers: Death…..

Bishop Nathanyel: We can’t kill nobody up in here….I’m talking bout’ with us.

Brothers: Ohhh, you gotta go.

Bishop Nathanyel: You gotta go. There’s camps out there where you can be an adulterer, there’s camps out there where you can deal with white women, there’s camps out there where you can rape, be a pedophile and rape children. Like…camp out there.

Deacon Eythan: Pick your poison.

Bishop Nathanyel: Pick your poison. Thank you, pick your poison.

Deacon Yawasap: But you won’t last in here.

Bishop Nathanyel: But you won’t last in here. Thank you.

Deacon Labaa: Yea you know what’s really amazing about our people right? Our people you looking at the congregation it’s supposed to be just like your house right? Would you let somebody come inside your house and defile it? That’s the same thing as us, we looking at it just like our house.

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmmm hmmm

Deacon Labaa: If you come out here to think you can defile this body. Guess what? We gone kick you out, plain and simple. You understand? You not gonna sit here thinking that uhhhhh, there is no correction going out, that there is no judgement going out. It’s not that type of place. We about the commandments, we gone bow down bout these commandments, and we gone do these commandments. You understand?

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, now, and I know ya’ll….ya’ll know our spirits our character, we don’t put burdens on ya’ll. This burden is very light in here. Ok. Very light. Like, and I’m gone go back to that pedophile thing….somebody was writing me on uhhh, the latest vid…one of the videos that went up about raping children. I had to laugh, but everyone wants to argue…you know this group that wanna argue about being a pedophile. So I came up with a solution. I said, I’m gonna prove that ya’ll all ya’ll that talk about raping little girls, ya’ll a bunch of hypocrites and you really don’t believe that. Let’s say you got a hundred brothers that believe that garbage right? Bout “It’s ok to rape a chile….you can do that.” That’s that jailhouse negro stuff, ok? If you believe that, out of them brothers…lets say they got 400 hundred brothers cause, people always be, they be bragging “We got brothers all across the state.” Ok, I bet you and guarantee that, outta ya’ll 300 some of ya’ll got little sisters that are 12, some of ya’ll got daughters scattered throughout the state that is 12…..why don’t you rape them?....... Then there was silence……Cause they know….because guess what? If all hundred agree to do in that madness, ain’t nobody calling the cops on em’, ain’t nobody putting them to death…..but nobodys gonna do it, cause they know IT AIN’T RIGHT! Everybody understand that?

Brothers: Yes sir

Bishop Nathanyel: Ok, lets go back we on the 4th type now.

Deacon Yawasap: That shows you a sick mind. That shows you a sick mind, because after that was said there was a space of silence for ½ an hour.

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmmm hmmm.

Deacon Yawasap: You understand that? And for them to argue back & forward about that thing they crazy as hell.

Bishop Nathanyel: I feel sorry for them brothers. I feel sorry for them…I pray that they can come out

Deacon Yawasap: Absolutely

Bishop Nathanyel: That…low gutter mentality, I really do. We’re on the last type of Israelite, verse 8. Thank you.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:8) “And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit…”

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? “And did yield fruit!” This fruit ain’t talking bout, multitudes of people. It’s talking bout that fruit within you! Ok. And that fruit that you got is gonna multiply, cause you gonna teach it to other brothers, and other sisters. They gonna learn….read the whole thing so we can get the thought.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:8) “And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit that sprang up and increased…”

Bishop Nathanyel: “And increased…” go head.

Deacon Eythan: (Mark 4:8) “… and brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred.”

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, so meaning what? This truth is gonna be taught, and they gonna learn, the fruit of the spirit. Love, joy, peace, temperance…ok. And it’s gonna multiply and multiply from brother to brother, sister to sister. Until we get that 1/3rd that the Lord is looking for. He ain’t looking for that grimy, evil brother. That grimy evil sister, he’s not looking for him or her. He’s looking for that one that got the fruit of the spirit. That’s obedient in his laws, to the best of their ability. Not making excuses, that’s what he’s looking for. Everybody understand that?

Brothers: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Ok

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