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Highered By God

Updated on June 8, 2016

The labourers of God's vineyard is the Nation of Israel

Bishop Nathanyel: Today's topic we're gonna deal with, is called "Hired by God"... hired by God. And we're gonna open up with Matthew 20, Actually you know what... before we get to Matthew, let me think, let me think, give me a second

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:1) For the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is an householder, which went out early in the morning to hire labourers into his vineyard.

Bishop Nathanyel: Alight, so this is our saviour, our Lord Jesus the Christ, giving a parable about the kingdom, that's to be established upon the earth. To understand that vineyard, let's go to Isaiah 5:7 to understand the vineyard.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 5:7) For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 5:7) For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: For the vineyard of the Lord of hosts is the house of Israel. That's why when we read these parables that Christ gives: we must understand "precepts upon precept", like it says in Isaiah 28, "for precept must be upon precept, line upon line, here a little and there a little". Alright let's get back to Matthew 20.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:2).

Bishop Nathanyel: Nope, verse 1 again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:1) For the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man that is an householder, which went out early in the morning to hire labourers into his vineyard.

Bishop Nathanyel: To hire labourers, I want you all to remember that word right there, labourers... go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:2) And when he had agreed with the labourers for a penny a day, he sent them into his vineyard.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that verse 2 again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:2) And when he had agreed with the labourers for a penny a day, he sent them into his vineyard.

Bishop Nathanyel: So the penny is representing the kingdom! The penny is representing the kingdom, the promises that the Lord gave unto us, like when you read Revelation, let's get that real too. Revelation 2:26. The penny represents all the promises in the bible, so i'mma hit one promise now.

Officer Josiah: (Revelation2:26) And he that overcometh, and keepeth my works unto the end.

Bishop Nathanyel: He that overcometh, overcometh what? Your trials, your tribulations. And keepeth what?

Officer Josiah: (Revelation 2:26) And keepeth my works.

Bishop Nathanyel: My works is referring to the commandments. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Revelation 2:26) To him will I give power over the nations

Bishop Nathanyel: To him will I give power over the nations. Now I went here just to give you an example of the "Penny", it's the reward, okay, that's all I went there for. There are many other promises in the Bible, I just picked that one off the top. Let's go back to... - everybody understand that?

Congregation: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Let's go to Matthew 20, and verse 2 again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:2) And when he had agreed with the labourers for a penny a day, he sent them into his vineyard.

Bishop Nathanyel: So he agreed with the labourers, for a penny a day, and sent them into the vineyard. Mow let's go to Zechariah 12:7, let's see who was hired first... this is what I need all you all to understand, the ones that were hired first.

Officer Josiah: (Zechariah 12:7) The Lord also shall save the tents of Judah first, that the glory of the house of David and the glory of the inhabitants of Jerusalem do not magnify themselves against Judah.

Bishop Nathanyel: So what y'all need to understand about this parable, the first labourers that were hired was of the kingdom of Judah, starting with the Tribe of Judah first. They are the ones that went out into the vineyard first, to teach the gospel to Israel, to wake the vineyard of God, which is Israel up. Let's go back to Matthew 20.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:2) And when he had agreed with the labourers for a penny a day, he sent them into his vineyard.

(Verse 3) And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace.

Ecclesiastes 10:18 KJV  By much slothfulness the building decayeth
Ecclesiastes 10:18 KJV By much slothfulness the building decayeth
Isaiah 51:20 KJV  Thy sons have fainted.
Isaiah 51:20 KJV Thy sons have fainted.
Wild bulls
Wild bulls
Black men standing on the corner.
Black men standing on the corner.

The labourers of God's vineyard are Idle. Why? Read More

Bishop Nathanyel: And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace.

Now when you read this, the hours he's referring to is time, time... progress of time. Let's deal with "IDLE". Get me Ecclesiastes 10:18, in the bible I think it is.

Officer Josiah: (Ecclesiastes 10:18) By much slothfulness the building decayeth; and through idleness of the hands the house droppeth through.

Bishop Nathanyel: So these brothers that he saw out about the third hour, were idle. Go to Proverbs 19:15.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 19:15) Slothfulness casteth into a deep sleep.

Bishop Nathanyel: Slothfulness, laziness casteth into a deep sleep. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 19:15) And an idle soul shall suffer hunger.

Bishop Nathanyel: And an idle soul shall suffer hunger, meaning poverty. Let's go back to Matthew 20, and read verse 3 again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:3)And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace,

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:4) And said unto them; Go ye also into the vineyard, and whatsoever is right I will give you. And they went their way.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:5)Again he went out about the sixth and ninth hour, and did likewise.

Bishop Nathanyel: So again, about the sixth and ninth hour he went out, and he hired more labourers. Come con.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:6) And about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing idle, and saith unto them, Why stand ye here all the day idle?

Bishop Nathanyel: Read verse 6 again.

Officer Josiah: And about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing idle, and saith unto them, Why stand ye here all the day idle?

Bishop Nathanyel: So again, what you need to recognize is that, this is Israel waking up, it's a dispensation of time. He went from, was it the third hour? then he went to the sixth hour, the ninth hour, now he's at the eleventh hour... okay, this is when Israel's waking up, alright.

So about this eleventh hour. Because a lot of you wonder about the tribe of "Gad" and all of them, Reuben... don't worry about them, when we reach that eleventh hour you going see them other tribes come in, but the Most High got his Elect, the first of them, coming in first.

That's why the majority of what you see is the southern kingdom, it's like that, this whole thing is spiritual. You have remnants of Ephraim because they are the next one that's head over those tribes we got scattered of the others, okay. Read verse 6 again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:6) And about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing idle, and saith unto them, Why stand ye here all the day idle?

Bishop Nathanyel: So he saw these other brothers standing idle. Let's get that, let's... I'm going to give you an example of being idle, get me Isaiah 51:20... Here's an example of our people being idle.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted, they lie at the head of all the streets.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted.

Bishop Nathanyel: To faint, what does that make reference to? Uriel? to faint?.

Brother Uriel: Faint in a sense they're falling asleep... I mean, they're spiritually dead.

Bishop Nathanyel: What makes them sheep? what makes them unconscious?

Brother Uriel: Lack of knowledge, of knowing like who they are...

Bishop Nathanyel: Okay, very good! They've fainted from the Truth, they are unconscious or asleep to the Truth that they are the Israelites, to the Truth that they must keep the commandments. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted.

Bishop Nathanyel: So everybody understands fainted right? Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) they lie at the head of all the streets, as a wild bull in a net.

Bishop Nathanyel: So... Read it again.

Officer Josiah: ( Isaiah 51:20) As a wild bull in a net.

Bishop Nathanyel: No, read the whole verse.

Officer Josiah: Okay, am sorry.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted, they lie at the head of all the streets, as a wild bull in a net:

Bishop Nathanyel: So now the Most-High is saying that, these young men that you see out here, they've fainted to the Truth, they're at the head of all the streets like wild bulls. What is that talking about? Jahleel? What is the head of all the streets, what is that?

Officer Jahleel: Street corners.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, street corners, that's exactly what it is, street corners.

Bishop Nathanyel: What does it mean "They are like wild bulls in a net"?

Brother: When they kill each other like...

Bishop Nathanyel: They are out of control, uncontrollable! What are they doing on these street corners? Selling drugs, hustling, plotting to rape rob and/or murder. That's what's happening... that's what's happening on the street corners.

You got a bodega (Mini-Mart), if you get a business you got a group of Negros, all Latinos hanging in front of it, your business going down, because why are they there? to scare away the customers, so they could do their thing, do their evil do their dirt!

Read it again, Josiah.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted, they lie at the head of all the streets, as a wild bull in a net:

Bishop Nathanyel: So this net is this trap, the system that Babylon has setup, because wild bull is trapped but he can't get out of this net. Our people are on the corner selling drugs why? to escape that trap of poverty. They are not escaping it, I don't care how much a drug dealer make, he goes to jail he loses all he got; he'll get money quick and lose it that fast.

Deacon Yawasap: Why is the scriptures using the term wild? because it said a wild bull, it didn't just say any kind of bull, a wild bull - because it's going into what the elder is saying. Why is it using the term wild bull? Give him the Mic. Because this is explaining exactly what' s being brought out.

Brother: The wild bull that they're talking about, it mean it's uncontrollable! It's uncontrollable.

Deacon Yawasap: Right, and all of that was said, you correct on that. Let me hear you.

Brother: A wild bull is a wild animal, it's against everybody.

Deacon Yawasap: Right, it's dangerous.

Brother: Right.

Deacon Yawasap: It's dangerous, like another part of the scripture saying that...that children are our oppressors.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right.

Deacon Yawasap: Okay. Because they are wild and crazy, dangerous!. You have them, you have a group of them in front of your store, they might kill you when you try to close the store or opening it up.

They say let's rob that nigger, he's about to open up. His cash register is full let's rob him!

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly. Let's get that real quick, go to Proverbs 1... we coming back to Isaiah 51 I just wanna hit Proverbs 1... and 10, Proverbs 1:10 let's start there.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:10)

Bishop Nathanyel: This is an example of wild bulls in a net, our young men that hang on the corners of every street.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:10) My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not.

Bishop Nathanyel: So our young men that's hanging on the corner, they are the sinners that this is talking about, and it's gonna prove it as we read down. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:11)If they say, Come with us, let us lay wait for blood, let us lurk privily for the innocent without cause:


Bishop Nathanyel: That's what these young men do on the corner, they entice you, they say look join with us, join our gang, like Deacon Yawasap was talking about. That's what it means when it says, "If they say, Come with us," today's terminology, they say "Join our gang."

Be a member of the Bloods, or the Crips, Latin Kings or Ñeta, La Familia , MS 13. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:12) Let us swallow them up alive as the grave-

Bishop Nathanyel: Let us swallow them up alive as the grave, go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:12) and whole, as those that go down into the pit:

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:13)We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil:

Bishop Nathanyel: Why? because they're gonna rob the people they come against, not just kill them, but rob them. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:14) Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have one purse:

Bishop Nathanyel: So you rob such and such, you rob the next one, and you rob the next. At the end of the night, let's come together and have one purse, let's put in the spoils of what we robed during the course of the day.They are wild, right this is an example of that wild... Yeah Labachaa.

Deacon Labachaa Yah, that's deep what you... even he go in, into selling drugs, because what they are doing, they destroying their own people for the money, to feed the... they even go deeper even a nigger who sell drugs, because that's what he's doing destroy his own race so he can get money. At the end of the day what is it? They put different guys too in the street, at the end of the day, they all bring their money and divide the money, it's the same thing.

Bishop Nathanyel: Yep. Come on... what verse you at?

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:15) My son, walk not thou in the way with them;

Bishop Nathanyel: That's where we are to command our sons, walk not thou in the way with them.

Today guess what, you got girls joining these gangs, doing the same evil- robbing, stealing, killing.

If you all see these shows they got, what is it "Gangland?", you all ever see them shows? They got girls joining now too. And guess what, the initiation is different for girls than boys, cause they initiate the boys they get a beat down.

But to initiate the dumb girls, black and Latino what happens? They get raped, they run a train on her, she's so, she's that stupid. I mean it's bad enough the boys getting a beat down, but the girls getting raped, sodomized, evil... by everybody in the gang, is it worth it? what the hell is this!

Officer Josiah: Elder Nathanyel, they get the beat down too.

Bishop Nathanyel: ah okay. That is a beat down.

Officer Josiah: They get the beat down, they get raped before they get the beat down, they get both. By the other girls, -Pull their hair, scratch them up, throw them all over the place.

Bishop Nathanyel: Then they get raped!

Officer Josiah: Exactly.

Deacon Yawasap: And that's suppose to be showing them love, "Raping them!"

Bishop Nathanyel: You got some Israelites that would be down with that thing. What verse you at Josiah?

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:15) My son, walk not thou in the way with them; refrain thy foot from their path:

Officer Josiah: Therefore shall...

Bishop Nathanyel: Verse 16.

Officer Josiah: Excuse me, excuse me. Okay.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:16) For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood. These are the things you must teach your sons... some of your sons and daughters go to some of these schools, and outside, "when I use to do work as school safety, we had to push the gang members down the block, make sure the kinds get on the bus or the train": because gang members would come after school to initiate them. To get them to join their gang, okay... and they said if you don't do it, then they're gonna beat you up, or rob you every day." So you got to teach your sons and these daughters these scriptures, if you don't shame on you. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:17) Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, the net is spread in vain, in the sight of any bird, because if you can see the net, you're not... they're not going to fly into it. But a net, a trap is something you don't readily see. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:18) And they lay wait for their own blood

Bishop Nathanyel: They lay wait for their own blood! because the lives they take, eventually it's gonna fall back on them. Go ahead

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:18) they lurk privly for their own lives.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, come on.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:19) So are the ways of every one that is greedy of gain.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read verse 19 again.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 1:19) So are the ways of every one that is greedy of gain; which taketh away the life of the owners thereof.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, Them drug dealers, because guess what, them drugs don't help you, they take away your life! They give you the first hit for free... It's free, take this crack it's free, knowing that that's gonna take away your life! It's gonna bind you to them.

Let's go back to Isaiah 51.

Officer Josiah: Ah, I wan to make a point about those gangs too. What they do is they recruit a lot of people that like, they get picked on a lot, or people that don't have protection, and they offer you a sense of family. They say hey be with us, we're a crew we're together. And before you know it, because behind it, is all drugs, that's how they make their money, is all drugs holding down the blocks and sell drugs.

So you come in thinking it's a family it's protection, it's safety. But you turn around in a couple years, you're at the crack spot slinging rocks for the leader.

The movie, Get Rich or Die trying.
The movie, Get Rich or Die trying.

The laborers have fainted, walking in falsehood and lies.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hum, that's crazy. Isaiah 51:20 again.

Remember, we went to these verses to explain about the young men being idle, that we were reading about in Matthew 20, this is an example. Come on

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) Thy sons have fainted, they lie at the head of all the streets.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hanging on the corner, selling drugs, plotting and stealing. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) as a wild bull in a net.

Bishop Nathanyel: They are like wild bulls, they are dangerous, these young men and women on the corners are dangerous! They are uncontrollable. Go ahead... and they're in a net they can't escape the net. Go ahead

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) they are full of the fury of the Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning they are full of Deuteronomy 28, that's the fury of the Lord Judgment!

Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:20) the rebuke of thy God.

Bishop Nathanyel: Uh huh... Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:21) Therefore hear now this, thou afflicted, and drunken, but not with wine.

Bishop Nathanyel: Our people are drunken, but not with wine. Get me the scripture in Micah 2:11, I think, about being drunk... to explain that.

God says these young men, these young women on the corners are drunken, but not with wine.

Officer Josiah: (Micah 2:11)

Bishop Nathanyel: Is that it? What I want?.

Officer Josiah: Yes.

Bishop Nathanyel: Okay.

Officer Josiah: (Micah 2:11) If a man walking in the spirit and falsehood do lie.

Bishop Nathanyel: If a man walking in the spirit and falsehood do lie. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Micah 2:11) saying, I will prophesy unto thee of wine and of strong drink.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? I will prophesy unto thee of wine and strong drink. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Micah 2:11) If a man walking in the spirit and falsehood do lie.

Bishop Nathanyel: So the subject is falsehood, lies. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Micah 2:11) saying, I will prophesy unto thee of wine and of strong drink.

Bishop Nathanyel: So the wine and strong drink there are symbolic of Falsehood of lies, everybody understand that? So, now when we go back to Isaiah 51:21 again. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:21) Therefore hear now this, thou afflicted, and drunken, but not with wine.

Bishop Nathanyel: What is the wine that our young men and women that's hanging on the corners, drunken with? What is the wine that they're drunken with? Reuben?

Reuben: The wine they're drunk with is, what their pastors taught them, Christianity.

Bishop Nathanyel: Mmmmm, I don't like that answer. The reasons I don't like that, i'mma explain why I don't like that answer, because remember we're talking about guys hanging on the corners of the street.

Brother: They are drunk with, the thought that they can make money, you know, and get up out the hood... they can make money selling drugs to their people.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, that's a lie that they're drunken with. They think they can escape poverty by killing their people, robbing their people, that that's the American way.

Because they watch movies like SCARFACE, is that not true? and they, they... urban gangster, they... they got... what's that dude's name Tony Montana, is that his name? SCARFACE, they got posters they idolize that, because they, they know, because that's how Esau got down back in the day.

That's how Esau got their riches and all, that's how Las Vegas was set up. That worked for Esau because the devil was rolling with him - right, casino... Satan was rolling with him, that ain't working for blacks and Latinos, am sorry y'all.

Officer Bezaleel: Anybody notice what they had did with "50 cent"? They took this dude who got shot and lived, brought him up to be a star, and then he made a movie called "Get Rich Or Die Trying.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, exactly.

Officer Bezaleel: Did you see that?

Bishop Nathanyel: Yes.

Officer Bezaleel: That was complete manipulation of our people when they did that.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, exactly!

Back to Isaiah 51, what verse we in Josiah?

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:21) Therefore hear now this, thou afflicted, and drunken, but not with wine.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:22) Thus saith thy Lord the Lord, and thy God that pleadeth the cause of his people.

Bishop Nathanyel: That pleadeth the cause of this people... (Take glasses come on).

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah51:22) Behold, I have taken out of thine hand the cup of trembling.

Bishop Nathanyel: This is the proof that the Most-High is gonna take the cup of trembling from our people. The proof that he's removing the cup of trembling from us is that we are waking up to the Gospel! We are waking up to the truth of who we are. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:22) even the dregs of the cup of my fury; thou shalt no more drink it again.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, because after this captivity, we're never going down ever again. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:23) But I will put it into the hand of them that afflict thee.

Bishop Nathanyel: So God says, those that afflicted you, am gonna make them drink the cup of my fury that you once drank! The slavery, the captivity. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:23) which have said to thy soul, Bow down, that we may go over.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, because that's what this system has said to us, this trap has said to us, "bow down that we may go over". You got Negros that say I would never be a slave, but they handcuffed and in jail, making license plate and banging out rocks just like the slaves did.

So it is modern day slavery, modern day slavery. A lot of you don't know that they call... white people call the prison system the black man's hotel because you can't keep a black or Latino out of there, they come out today they in tomorrow.

Because a lot of them cannot function, mmmm... give me the word so I don't say the wrong thing.

Congregation: Productive.

Bishop Nathanyel: They cannot conduct themselves productively. Thank you so I didn't say the wrong thing.

Now I know some of y'all was in jail, but that's okay don't worry about it, a lot of brothers in the bible went to jail... feel better now?

Deacon Labachaa: Yeah man it's correct what you saying, yeah I picked up a white man... yeah he work in off state, then he's saying that he work in a jail system. He was saying how the society is so much of corrupt, he was saying, he saying that each kids thy have over 100 and something kids, each kids is $350,000 a year.

Think about how many college you can pay for these kids, that's not what Esau want. You understand? He want us to destroy one another. If you can pay $350,000 for each kids, the white guy alone he's saying that: if they give me one kid I make sure that he go to college. Showing you that's not what Esau want, even though their own kind know this thing is a NET, it's a TRAP!

Deacon Yawasap: So... so let me get this straight, Deacon Labachaa you making a point that the man said that it cost the state $350,000 to jail a child: that's what you said to jail someone.

Deacon labachaa: Yeah, that's what the, that's what the man said.

Deacon Yawasap: You know they use to have a... they use to have a saying I remember, back in the, during the politics of Jesse Jackson, I think he use to make a point and said "you can send them to state penn, or penn state, which is cheaper?”

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly. Come on.

Officer Josiah: And thou hast laid thy body…

Bishop Nathanyel: Read the whole verse again.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 51:23) But I will put it into the hand of them that afflict thee; which have said to thy soul, Bow down, that we may go over: and thou hast laid thy body as the ground, and as the street, to them that went over.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right our people laid their body as the ground, now that's all spiritual, because our people bow down to everything that society says. Okay. All the lies that's out here.

Let's go back to Matthew 20. Matthew 20:6 again.

White people call the prison system the black man's hotel
White people call the prison system the black man's hotel
There's nothing greater than to be used of God to help resurrect your people!
There's nothing greater than to be used of God to help resurrect your people!
We were predestine for this walk.
We were predestine for this walk.

Understand- It is God that is hiring every man and woman; not man.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:6) And about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing idle, and saith unto them, Why stand ye here all the day idle?

Bishop Nathanyel: So this eleventh hour, this is near the close of the day. These are those other tribes that y'all so worried about, I tell you, don't worry, the Most-High got this, He got this thing set up.

Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:7) They say unto him, Because no man hath hired us. He saith unto them, Go ye also into the vineyard; and whatsoever is right, that shall ye receive.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read that again.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:7)They say unto him, Because no man hath hired us.

Bishop Nathanyel: "Because no man hath hired us". What I want you all to understand is that it's the Lord that's hiring every man in here... every woman, the Lord is doing the hiring.

Let's get that, give, give me: 2 Timothy 1:9... it's not men, the Most-High would use brothers on the street corner, whether it's on YouTube or even Sis through flyers however He does it, but it's God that's doing the hiring, not men.

2 Timothy 1:9, I am dealing with the hired, "no man hath hired us", The hiring, because He says go ye into the vineyard.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9) Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling.

Bishop Nathanyel: Start at the verse above it.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:8) Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: Be not thou, read it again.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:8) Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me his prisoner: but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God.

Bishop Nathanyel: So when y'all on the street getting cussed-out, we on the street. Now am saying we, forgot I get cussed out too. We on the street getting cussed out fingered all that stuff, we're taking part in the affliction, it's a good thing, it's a glorious thing! That's why I tell you don't take it personal.

Go ahead. I know you might wanna punch somebody in the face but don't do it. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9) Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling. Some of you all talking about you want a call from the mayor, so you could go visit the mayor, you want a call from the president so you could go see Obama, are you kidding me?

You got the highest calling on earth, God! is calling you. You put on your best to go see the president, you put on your best to go see the mayor. God calling you and you look like a bum! are you kidding me? looking like a ragamuffin. Well explain it.

Deacon Yawasap: To be called...Let me turn this thing up some. To be called by the Most-High to do the job that he has elected us to do, just think about it, we were all in a state of degradation, destruction, moral decay, physical decay, totally destroyed.

And the Most-High look among that cesspool of dung, which was us, and he saw a diamond in the rough, and he pulled you out of it, gave you his wisdom, and he said now, go teach your people.

That's an honor, because the honor that he gave us to do that Is beyond everything else on the planet. Okay. He's gonna... and the resurrection of the nation of Israel is going to be fulfilled as you continue to do the job that the Lord hired you to do, and the fruition of it is that we all going get the kingdom and rule the planet earth. just think of that great honor that He has bestowed on you as the pioneers, so to speak, of this magnificent beautiful job.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, now what I want you all to: cause I heard some brother say this. People yell at y'all on the street; listen good... and say: don't y'all got something better to do? and then some of y'all respond and say, "we do have things better to do", "but I’m... and I’m watching a video, what is better to do than to raise up your people?"

cause somebody, what is a greater thing to do than that? Is there something greater than that? There's nothing greater than to be used of God to help resurrect your people, nothing. Or going to your 9 to 5 job is better? Supporting Babylon is better than the resurrection of your nation? Are y'all kidding me, y'all know who ya'll are out there in the street talking about: "Y'all don't think we got things better to do?" No I ain't got nothing better to do than help raise up my people because that's a honor, it glory, everybody understand that?

Congregation: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Alright. Let's read that again, verse 9.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9)Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, God did not call us into this Truth because we were some great people out in the world, had nothing to do with our works. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9) but according to his own purpose and grace.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because He saw something in every man, every woman that we didn't see within us ourselves. And he's the one that touched our minds and say, you know what? This is the truth am gonna follow this Truth. That's God working in you. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 2:9) which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began.

Bishop Nathanyel: Wait, wait what? read that bottom part again, which was what?

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9) which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began.

Bishop Nathanyel: That's too deep for y'all, who know... who can pick up what that saying right there, Ezekiel what that saying? This was given to you before the world began, hum, that's heavy.

Officer Ezekiel: What that saying is, the Most-High, the Most-High knew who we were, we, our spirits were here before, so the Most-High, this is a percept with Jeremiah 1:5about…before I formed thee in thee in thy mothers belly I knew thee.

So the Most-High knew who we were but there was gonna be a certain time we'd be in foolishness before he would rise us up.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now your answer is right, but you said a whole lot a words, just say it plain. Zephaniah?

Captain Zephaniah: We were pre-destine for this walk.

Bishop Nathanyel: We was with God in the beginning before the world was created, that's what you all don't understand. Y'all think you some new creatures that, pow pow, you just... no, everybody was in the beginning with the Lord and he predestined everybody who's gonna play what role, read that bottom precept again.

Officer Josiah: (2 Timothy 1:9) which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began.

Deacon Eythan: Umm, here's a precept for that (2 Esdras 9:18) to explain it.

Officer Josiah: (2 Esdras 9:18 In the Apocrypha) And now when I prepared the world, which was not yet made, even for them to dwell in that now live, no man spake against me.

Deacon Eythan: So is these are the spirits he's talking about that were up there with him in the heavens, before he formed the world, there were spirits up there that obeyed him. They didn't go against his word or nothing, while in the spiritual realm. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Esdras 9:19) For then everyone obeyed.

Deacon Eythan: That's us the spiritual... those who were chosen, predestined they all obeyed they did what he said. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Esdras 9:19) but now the manners of them which are created in this world that is made, are corrupted by a perpetual seed.

Deacon Eythan: Meaning because of this flesh, we're now made corruptible we make mistakes, we was... we were in sin before the Most-High called us back into this Truth. We were in the Truth Always, always following the commandments so that's why it was in your nature to hear this Truth and say I believe. Because that was you before, it was in your nature to keep the commandments. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Esdras 9:19) And by a law which is unsearchable, rid themselves.

Deacon Aithan: That's what we did, that's what it is going into.

Deacon Yawasap: That's reason why the Most-High have what is called an Elect, because those elect were predestined. That's the reason why then the elect hear this word they gonna get right to it, that's why he says "another voice they would not follow," my sheep hears my voice. The sheep are the elect, the ones that was predestined from the beginning, so it ain't gonna be no new people coming in this, that's the point.

Ain't no new people coming in, the people that's coming in this Truth are the ones that were back there with the Most-High at the beginning, the obedient ones.

Deacon Aithan: That's why the Most-High says there's nothing new under the sun! Nothing... no new spirit under the sun, wicked and righteous.

Deacon labachaa: Yeah, ahhh... year we going back that up with - Nathan if you allow me John 17:5, read that. Christ gonna enlight us more about what the brother just said.

Officer Josiah: (John 17:5) And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was.

Deacon labachaa: You see that? Christ telling you that before the world we had a glory with the father, we had... we was there, that's like a council. This is what you gonna do, you gonna go there and do. That's why Christ was a perfect example.

If you listen to the mouth of Christ what was he saying? (I come to do your will or Lord, I come to do the will). In this flesh we can only do the will of God, we can never do our own will, this is not a resting place, that's why Christ let you know that, he come to do the will him that send him to do it, because we have made an agreement to keep these laws, to apply or to exalt him upon this earth.

That's why if you notice with Moses, why he get mad with Moses? why Moses did not make it to the promise land? Because Moses exalt his self, instead of giving the Man his glory!

Deacon Malachi: To go a little heavier, I don't know if you brothers ever think about it... you know the scripture that said "my sheep will hear my voice?" I want you to think about this, you know how when the baby is in the womb, the Dr. said that he know the voice of the father and the mother, why you think he said that?

But when the baby come out if you talk, he might not talking, but he know that you're the father and you're the mother, how? because he knew your voice... When the scripture said my sheep will hear my voice, in other word Christ is saying, don't, you already know Christ in the spiritual realm, that's what that's talking about.

In other word when you hear this you be like that's me, because you already know his voice. That's what that mean.

Deacon Yawasap: The scriptures speak about... there's a word that the scriptures use and it says to illuminate, the illuminated ones... right? The illuminate mean that those spirits was always with the Most-High, but when the word came to them to that particular spirit that was suppose to get it, it turned on it automatically turned on, because it was meant to turn... it was meant to be turned on when the scriptures came him!

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly.

Deacon Yawasap: That's what it meant.

Our true profession is to use the Gospel and wake up the remnant of Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: At a particular time, because the Most-High didn't wake up all the spirits at once, he's waking up each spirit differently, that's why we say when you see people that reject the truth today don't get mad maybe it's not their time yet.

Like Paul, the Apostle Paul heard the gospel he rejected it. It wasn't time for him yet, until he want on the road to Damascus and it said Christ knocked him off the horse, that was time for Paul to wake up., alright?.

Let's go from there let's go to Hebrews 4:14. We're still dealing with that calling that God hiring us. Hebrews 4:14.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews 4:14) Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now ya'll see that? Let us hold fast our profession? Us being called and hired, remember we were hired, we are hired to do a job. It said hold fast what? Read that past again.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews 4:14) let us hold fast our profession.

Bishop Nathanyel: See what you all need to realize is you coming into this truth to raise up Israel, this is our true profession, I don't care what little job you got on the side to uphold Babylon, that's not your true profession, your true profession is being in this Truth waking your people.

Was that it Josiah?

Officer Josiah: Yeah.

Deacon Yawasap: You know what's important about what the elder said, because I use to always wonder... and then I had some conversations with some people. When the question comes up: what do you do? or who are you?, and the thing that they start saying is their occupation.

They say am a truck driver, I’m a teacher am a this, I’m a that, and they never speak about what God hired them to do. In other words they identify themselves with the career that Babylon gave you to support Babylon. Y'all following what am saying? We don't think about the reason why we were put on this earth. We were not put on this earth to support Babylon.

Although we go to work, we have to do and take care of our families, but that is not the essence of who you are, that's my point, that doesn't make you, you, cause the man can fire your behind and all of a sudden you ain't nobody.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go to Hebrews 10:23.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews 10:23) Let us hold fast the profession of our faith.

Bishop Nathanyel: Do you all see that?Let us hold fast the profession of our faith. Guess what, in this Truth guess what? We are all professionals to God, every last one of us, this is the profession: to be called in and help wake up Israel, this is our true profession. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrew 10:23) Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering.

Bishop Nathanyel: Without what?

Officer Josiah: Without wavering.

Bishop Nathanyel: Without what?

Officer Josiah: Without wavering.

Bishop Nathanyel: So when I see brothers disappear for two weeks, three weeks, four weeks you are wavering. Your faith is weak, and you really do not believe this... it says "hold fast the profession of your faith without wavering."

We all go through things in here, every last one of us: we all got trials, we all got tribulations, we all got temptations... but it said what Josiah?

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews10:23) Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering.

Bishop Nathanyel: Without wavering, (Oh I disappear for a couple of months because am going through things), you got the devil on you, you are wavering, you are double minded, you don't believe.

Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews 10:23) For he is faithful that promised.

Bishop Nathanyel: The bible says that God is faithful, God knows we go through things, but it says he is faithful, so we got to hold fast to out true profession without wavering.

Deacon Yawasap: What is one of the ways how you stay faithful when you begin to waver? You right, that is sickening, that is a demonstration of non-belief, but the Most-High has the remedy for that kind of saturation, because we all have ups and down so to speak, we all are going through things.

But what does the Most-High... what is the medicine that the Most-High has in the scriptures to combat that... situation of your downness? Bezaleel, let me see you, I want, I need it hit right on the head.

Officer Bezaleel: Between fasting and prayers, fellowship.

Deacon Yawasap: Thank you, that's the answer, that's the, that's the reason why the Most-High said forbid not the unity of the brethren. Because - and the congregation, come together, because those spirits coming together they can help heal the down that's in you. They could bring you the scriptures to lift you up, but if you gonna hangout there on your own talking about you need to get your mind together, you going end up get put to death.

Bishop Nathanyel: The only reason you out there on your own cause you hitting the crack-pipe, anyway go to proverbs 22.

Deacon Malachiyah: Elder can I bring out one point?

Deacon Labachaa: Hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on brother. The scriptures also prove man...we, we trying a build a nation here. If any of you with that spirit, when you come back we going treat you like the first you just come in at the door, cause we not gonna deal with bothers like that, because we got kids too, we don't know when you left three month, two month and come back among us, we don't know what kind of spirit you in.

So any brothers who deal with us like that, when you come back you going be in the new seat, just like a brother who just came in. We want you to know we not playing with this family man! We trying to build a family here, we are not tryna build a negro club up in here.

Deacon Malachiyah: Hey, erm, what we was just reading early on right, it says hold, hold fast, let us hold fast our profession, alright, what's that going into what the elder bringing out tonight, (Our profession)? Umm I want a brother answer the question. Umm, Ezekiel what that going into?

Ezekiel: When it says hold fast our profession, that's going, that's also dealing with being diligent in the way we teach.

Deacon Malachiyah: No concerning the topic we was reading in Mathew, what the Most-High call us to be? The elder was touching on it.

Ezekiel: Laborers.

Deacon Malachiyah: what?

Ezekiel: Laborers.

Deacon Malachiyah: So laborers and profession is going into the same thing.

Deacon Yawasap: Why is the Most-High using the word profession? Somebody give me some... some... some ahh, some dialog on profession, as opposed to just a career or a job or so to speak.

Can somebody raise their hand? Ezekiel his hand is going up all the time, ain't somebody else in here can they get into this? Who’s that behind... ahh, yeah Gideon. Using the term profession.

Officer Gideon: It's something that you are very skilled at.

Deacon Yawasap: Ahh see that, see that brother's thinking. See you been sitting down too long raise your hand up some more, okay. Say that again.

Officer Gideon: Something that you are skilled in doing.

Deacon Yawasap: Exactly so we're skilled in doing what we're doing, and when you skilled in doing something, listen to what am about to say: When you're skilled in doing what you're doing, what comes along with that, knowing that you're skilled? Confidence and authority. Confidence and authority. that's the reason why Christ said speak with authority and confidence.

Ain't no Baptist minister gone come up and talk, talk us down the road with him, to hell with you. We gone teach this bible because we are the masters of the bible, because the Most-High gave the bible to the Israelites that's how you got to think. When you talking about professionals, you the professionals of the book that belong to you.

Ok.

Bishop Nathanyel: I hope you all understand that. Now remember what the parable was about, being hired right? for a penny to work in a vineyard correct?

Let's.... I’m going to bring it to something carnal: you work... the white man hired you to do a job, you disappear for two hours,

Congregation: Laughs

Bishop Nathanyel: What's gone happen? You might get fired!, that's for you brothers that like to disappear for a while, you might get fired.

Deacon Eythan: Nuclear fired.

Bishop Nathanyel: So now hear, this is the Truth now, y'all playing games with God. Yo might get like deacon Eythan say you might get the nuclear fire.

Go ahead, yes.

Officer Josiah: In Esau's world he calls that job abandonment, and where I work security you step off that post without permission, that's instantly saying: I quit.

Bishop Nathanyel: Yep.

Officer Josiah: Even to go to the bathroom, they don't care.

Bishop Nathanyel: So when y'all disappear that shows us y'all not in the right mind when you disappear, our disappear brothers your mind ain't right. Yes Yoshua.

Captain Yoshua: Umm, I want to bring something out with the profession too, cause I don't know if it was you elder or deacon Yawasap that was saying we identify ourselves with our career, but what else is different about profession is in the word itself, Profess, we're speaking about that thing all the time.

So it's not like a job where we may be like: ahh, yeah well you know am a janitor. You know it goes into the authority and speaking about it so you're being that all the time, it's not sometimes.

Deacon Yawasap: It becomes you, it's not part time, it is you, it's in your blood, it's in your bones.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, exactly. Proverbs 22:29.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 22:29) Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 22:29) Seest thou a man diligent in his business?

Bishop Nathanyel: So what Solomon is talking about is the business of the Lord, like, when Christ was 12 he said to his mother Mary, why did you go out looking for me? didn't you know I must be about my Father's business?

So God's business is the same business that you're being hired for as laborers to go into the vineyard, to raise up your people back to the Truth that they are the Israelites, back to the Truth that they must keep the commandments.

Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 22:29) Seest thou a man diligent in his business?

Bishop Nathanyel: So everyone of us should be diligent in this business because this is our profession. Read.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 22:29) he shall stand before kings.

Bishop Nathanyel: The kings we gonna stand before, what does the prophecy say? I'll make you a nation of what?

Congregation: Kings and priest.

Bishop Nathanyel: Kings and priest! so we going stand before kings. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Proverbs 22:29) he shall not stand before mean men.

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning bums! He shall not stand before bums! Home of you like to be a bum, and we know who you are, we smell you.

Teaching the bible properly pulls down strong holds. Christmas is a strong hold in the minds of our people, the bible pulls Christmas down!
Teaching the bible properly pulls down strong holds. Christmas is a strong hold in the minds of our people, the bible pulls Christmas down!

Our job as a laborer is to use the greatest weapon on earth (the Bible) and cast down all the vain imaginations.

Bishop Nathanyel: From there Romans 12:11

Officer Josiah: (Romans 12:11) Not slothful in business.

Bishop Nathanyel: There it goes again and it's talking about God's business. Not slothful in business. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 12:11) Fervent in spirit.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hot! Fervent in spirit. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 12:11) Serving the Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: What?

Officer Josiah: (Romans 12:11) Serving the Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: That's the business, serving the Lord. Let's go back now, to ahh... Wait, before we go back, we got hired in this Truth right? We gotta learn to do our profession...give me a word... we gotta learn to do our profession effectively.

Like the scriptures teaches us to study to what?

Congregation: Show thyself approved.

Bishop Nathanyel: So our-selves approved. Watch this, get me 2 Corinthians 10, am still dealing with us being hired, I haven't moved on in the parable, am dealing with verse 7 about him hiring us. I wanna just brake down what this hiring entails, because a lot of you don't know what it involves. 2 Corinthians 10:4.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, you know why it's starting off like that? Because God gave us a weapon to use. Give me that...hold that, give me Hebrews 4:12.

Let's see what our weapon is.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrew 4:12)For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword.

Bishop Nathanyel: How many of you all saw "The book of Eli?" In the movie they ask the Edomite, played by Gary Oldman; why you want that book? He yells out: because it's a weapon!

Bishop Nathanyel: The white man knows that this book can control things, the words in this book will come to pass, but the only ones that know how to yield this weapon properly are the Israelites.

Let's go back to 2 Corinthians 10:4. Negros think this book is a fairytale, no that's a weapon in your hand and don't realize it!

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal.

Bishop Nathanyel: So Paul is saying this because you have the greatest weapon on earth, The Bible, your weapons are not carnal meaning what our weapons is not the gun, the knife, the bully club, lies. That's not our weapon, all that's carnal. But what?

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) but mighty.

Bishop Nathanyel: But mighty, because the Bible is mighty. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) Through God to the pulling down of strong holds.

Bishop Nathanyel: Teaching the Bible properly pulls down strong holds, guess what? Christmas is a strong hold in the minds of our people. The Bible pulls Christmas down!

The white image of Jesus which is Cesare Borgia the image of the beast, it's a strong hold in the minds of our people the Bible has the power to pull it down!

Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, women's lib, feminist rights, homosexuality, all these things are strong- holds. That only the Bible has the might and power to pull these strong holds down!

Deacon Yawasap: Can I say something? Exactly, everything what you just heard the elder say is 100% on point, but I wanna go to the word "weapon." What good is a weapon if there's no one using it? because understand this here, that we're bringing out as a weapon have always been in the Bible ever since the Bible was written. So, where does the casting down of strong holds and all of that come into play?

When the ninja brothers take the weapon that the Most-high have and destroy the lies. That's the proper use of the weapon - the Bible.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly

Deacon Yawasap: You all follow what am saying? Our job so you can understand, our profession is to use the weapon to cast down everything that exalted itself against the knowledge of God. But the words have always been here the weapons have always been here but the masters of the weapons haven't picked him up.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly.

Deacon Yawasap: Till the Most-High told us to pick him up.

Bishop Nathanyel: There you go, exactly. Go back to Hebrews 4:12 I for' - we should have finished that thing, we coming back to Corinthians.

But remember we're going to these scriptures to show that God hired us, he hired us to labor, our laboring is to go out and work in the vineyard. The vineyard is who?

Congregation: Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: Israel, the nation of Israel we gotta wake them up, and waking them up starts with destroying the strong holds in their minds. It's like you running up there's a.... You gotta breach the castle walls, Jakes is in, our people is inside the castle we gotta get through them walls, the strong holds, we gotta brake the walls down! so we gotta use the proper weapons to get up in there and deliver our people, am using that in another sense but Hebrews 4:12.

Officer Josiah: (Hebrews 4:12) For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see what you got in your hands? That's why we can't... we don't have time to play with you brothers, we don't have time, some of you brothers disappear and you want us to baby you, we are not babying you. We are not babying you, things is too desperate. Things is too...too, give me some words so I don't say the wrong thing - you know I say the wrong word: Serious, I like that word.

Brother: Critical.

Bishop Nathanyel: Critical, I like that. And the Bible calls this book a weapon, you gotta know how to use the weapon it's sharper than any two edge sword. Here you got a brother battling with adultery and you pulling out the weapon of... ahh, the white man is Easu, is that the proper weapon?

You gotta use the right weapon for the right... - help me... sin, or situation. He dealing with adultery let's pull out the scriptures the weapons dealing with adultery. Here he comes with ahh... lies and foolishness let's pull out the scriptures on lies.

You gotta use the right weapon for the right situation, some of you brother... that's why it say "study to show thyself approved", we listen some of you brothers, people be on the street asking questions: ( well what about erm... -give me something anything give me something, help me somebody say something.

Brother: What about girlfriends.

Bishop Nathanyel: okay what about girlfriends? Yeah get me Genesis 25:25: what? The first came out red all over, what the hell!?. Y'all gotta listen, what's going on? that shows you ain't studying okay.

They asking you about Christmas, now you coming with adultery, they like I don't get it brother it makes no sense, right then walk away confused more confused than when they first came up. Go back to 2 Corinthians 10 now and 4.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal.

Bishop Nathanyel: So brothers don't be on the street fighting, don't be jumping and beating up old men! For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, if they don't agree with you they don't agree with God, that's who their argument is with. Let them keep moving step down the block. Right Christ said they hated me first. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (2Corinthians 10:4) but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds.

Bishop Nathanyel: So the Bible that you hold in your hands, that you mark up with colors, that you take notes on... is mighty through what?

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:4) Through God to the pulling down of strong holds.

Bishop Nathanyel: It pulls down strong holds in this world. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 2:5) Casting down imaginations.

Bishop Nathanyel: The Bible cast down imaginations, for example our people imagine that it's sexy for a woman to walk around with her cleavage showing and a crack in her behind! She might imagine that, but the Bible will what?

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:5) Casting down imaginations.

Bishop Nathanyel: The Bible cast down that imagination. An imagination is something you imagine in your head. A brother might imagine that it's cool to walk around, smoking a blunt with his drawls showing. He might imagine that thing, but the Bible is what?

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:5) Casting down imaginations.

Bishop Nathanyel: The Bible cast down imaginations. You might imagine that Valentine’s day is the day of love, but the Bible cast down that imagination. That's a day of adultery. Valentine’s Day is about adultery. You might imagine that thanksgiving is a day of peace in love and unity, but the Bible cast that imagination down! Everybody understand that? Come on.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:5) and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God.

Bishop Nathanyel: The Bible cast down every high thing that exalts itself above the knowledge of God. So anything you see in Babylon, anything you see in this world your job as a laborer being hired by the one true God, God says tear it down. Tear it down! That's your job.

Now what verse was that?

Officer Josiah: Verse 5.

Bishop Nathanyel: That was verse 5, bare with me a second go down keep reading.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:5) And bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.

Bishop Nathanyel: Your job is to bring every Israelite thought into the obedience of God. I give an example. When you bring out the precept of there shall... (you shall kindle no fire upon the Sabbath) bake what you shall bake today bake and seethe what you shall seethe today and lay the rest up till the Sabbath.

Somebody will come and go well what about a microwave. What's wrong with using the microwave? we hear that a lot. You gotta bring every thought into the captivity of what this Bible says, because our people look for what's the term? Loop holes, how to go around that law. Like women wearing pants what do they say about that?

This is women's pants. You gotta bring every thought into captivity of what God says. Cause the next thing they say is: well the men in the Bible, nobody wore pants. They wore robes that look like dresses. You gotta bring that stupid thought into captivity because in the Bible what did men wear?

Congregation: breeches.

Bishop Nathanyel: Breeches which is pants. We got a big job to do. Was that verse 6?

Officer Josiah: That was the end of verse 5.

Bishop Nathanyel: Okay come on.

Officer Josiah: (2 Corinthians 10:6) And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.

Bishop Nathanyel: So there is an order, before you could go revenge disobedience God says, you get yourselves together first. You become obedient then are you able to deal with the people, everybody understand that?

Congregation: Yes sir.

Thanks Giving is a strong hold in the minds of our people, the bible pulls Thanks Giving down!
Thanks Giving is a strong hold in the minds of our people, the bible pulls Thanks Giving down!
Throw down and tear down.
Throw down and tear down.
Isaiah 1:3 KJV  The ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master's crib: but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider.
Isaiah 1:3 KJV The ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master's crib: but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider.

Our job is to throw down, to build, and to plant.

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch this Jeremiah 1:10.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) See, I have this day set thee over the nations.

Bishop Nathanyel: And what he said to Jeremiah is not just for Jeremiah, what he said to the prophet Jeremiah goes to all the elect of Israel that's called in, he said what?

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) See, I have this day set thee over the nations.

Bishop Nathanyel: "See I've yet this day set thee over the nations", we gotta know, that God has set us over the nations. A lot of us don't believe that thing, because what you ain't got no money you think that...

Jeremiah was wasn't running around rich, Jeremiah was always in jail for preaching the gospel!

Deacon Eythan: Yep.

Bishop Nathanyel: In mud. It tell you he was... - was it a mud? uh... what's it called? He was put in the stocks... the mire that word, they threw him in the mire pit which is "mud." But God said despite all that Jeremiah, I have what? Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) See, I have this day set thee over the nations.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) And over the kingdoms.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) To root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant.

Bishop Nathanyel: Read it again. Because what we are reading right here is the same thing Paul said in 2 Corinthians 10:4, case some of you all thing it changed.

Come on, wait let me get it cause I ain't looking at it. Where is Jeremiah at? Go ahead. I'll look on Yawasap, go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out.

Bishop Nathanyel: To root out all lies, come on.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) and to pull down.

Bishop Nathanyel: Pull down all lies and false imaginations, come on.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) and to destroy.

Bishop Nathanyel: Our job is... before our people can repent, you got to, what did it say? Root out, pull down and destroy whatever is in their mind. That's your job, but watch the next part, cause some of you brothers are excellent like deacon Asaph says, some of you are excellent at rooting out, pulling down and destroying the foolishness in our peoples mind.

And throw, and to throw down, it said throw down right?

Officer Josiah: Uh huh.

Bishop Nathanyel: Watch the nest part.

Officer Josiah: (Jeremiah 1:10) and to throw down, to build, and to plant.

Bishop Nathanyel: To be an effective teacher, not only must you excellent at pulling down throwing down and destroying. You must become excellent at building them up and planting. That's when you become a good... that's when you know you're a good teacher, okay, because that's all of you men's job every last one of you.

It's easy to tear down destroy the lies in their mind, but now the next thing, they say okay - you proved that all that's a lie. Now what? Now what?

You'll see Israelites on YouTube. They're excellent at tearing down imaginations. Professional at it. But now the people say, now what do we do? Ah... ah... I don't, what do we do now brain? I don't know...

We gotta build them, we gotta plant, build and plant what? This Truth, resurrection of our nation. How do we do that? There are many keys many principles in this Bible for that, everybody understand that?

Congregation: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: And you all must become professional at that, okay. From there go to Ezekiel 3:5.

Deacon Yawasap: Part of that building is building righteous men and women to do what the Most-High said do. To be instruments of Truth and instruments of instruction to the rest of our people that are still without.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, let me give you an example. I see brothers tear the black woman down! (You're a whore! you're a whore! you're a whore! you're a whore.)

Okay, she's a whore... now she's, let's say a woman says okay I shouldn't live like that, (How should I live?, how should I be?. Now there's silence the space of thirty minutes. Cause those excellent destructive brothers have no idea on how to build.

You broke the woman down you tore the spirit down, now build her up! You tore the brother down, he might have been a homosexual and all that, now build him up... what do you do? What scriptures do you use to build that man?

Ezekiel 3.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:5) For thou art not sent to a people of a strange speech.

Bishop Nathanyel: You was not sent to the Chinese, the Japanese, the Polynesian. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:5) and of an hard language, but to the house of Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: Do you all see that? Because you get some people that think, (oh this is for everybody). This Truth has never been for all nations, God said I did not send you Ezekiel to people of a strange language or a hard speech, but to the children of Israel. Read.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:6) Not to many people of a strange speech and of an hard language, whose words thou canst not understand.

Bishop Nathanyel: Meaning the other nations. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:6) Surely, had I sent thee to them, they would have hearkened unto thee.

Bishop Nathanyel: So God says, if I had sent you Ezekiel to these other nations, they would do what I say.

He making what? Showing Ezekiel showing us that our Israelite brothers and sisters are what?

Congregation: Hardheaded.

Bishop Nathanyel: Hard headed and rebellious. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:7) But the house of Israel will not hearken unto thee; for they will not hearken unto me: for all the house of Israel are impudent and hardhearted.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:7) Behold, I have made thy face strong against their faces.

Bishop Nathanyel: So when you on the street teaching, God says to make your face hard! Don't be out there smiling and grinning dealing with rebellious people. He said make... I have made your face hard against their face. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:8) And thy forehead strong against their foreheads.

Bishop Nathanyel: What's in our forehead? our mind, and what's suppose to be the weapon in our mind?

Brother: the Bible.

Bishop Nathanyel: The Bible, the words of God. Read that part again.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:8) and thy forehead strong against their foreheads.

Bishop Nathanyel: Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:9) As an adamant harder than flint have I made thy forehead.

Bishop Nathanyel: So God says in this truth I want you to be hardheaded, meaning hardheaded for this. You have a rock head when it comes to this Bible. When people tell you: we don't wanna hear what the Bible says, let me hear your words. I don't have no words, my words are God's words!

They don't… our people get angry with that thing: Close the book brother, put it away, let, you and me you just talk.

No it ain't going. Read that precept again.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:9) As an adamant harder than flint have I made thy forehead: fear them not.

Bishop Nathanyel: God says fear them not! Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Ezekiel 3:9) Neither be dismayed at their looks, though they be a rebellious house.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly. I want all of you all to understand that.

Now watch this, I’m gonna build on this. Remember we went here to explain what our hiring entails, us being the laborers, what it entails. The first thing that we need to understand in teaching our people: they need to know what?... Huh? Bezaleel?.

Officer Bezaleel: We gotta reconnect them with the Bible by showing them that it's theirs, by showing them they are Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: Showing them their... give me a easy word, they need to know what?

Officer Bezaleel: Their heritage.

Bishop Nathanyel: Their heritage, their nationality, give me that, Isaiah 1:3.

I’m going to take you all on a little journey around the corner, we coming back though, to the parable.

Officer Josiah: (Isaiah 1:3) The ox knoweth his owner, and the ass his master's crib: but Israel doth not know, my people doth not consider.

Bishop Nathanyel: So God compares Israel, he says we're worst than two of the dumbest animals on earth. The two... the ox and the ass are tow dumb animals. That know their owner and know where their house it. But the Israelites don't know. We don't know what nation we belong to. That's why God says, Israel, my people Israel don't know. Go to Leviticus 26:44 and 45.

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:44) And yet for all that, when they be in the land of their enemies.

Bishop Nathanyel: And yet for all that, when they: meaning the Israelites, be in the land of their enemies. Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:44) I will not cast them away, neither will I abhor them, to destroy them utterly.

Bishop Nathanyel: See what God says? He promise he would not destroy us totally. That's what utterly means, totally, he said am not gonna destroy them totally. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:44) and to break my covenant with them: for I am the Lord their God.

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:45) But I will for their sakes remember the covenant of their ancestors.

Bishop Nathanyel: What?

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:45) But I will for their sakes remember the covenant of their ancestors.

Bishop Nathanyel: Our people must know their ancestors... their ancestors, and it don't... and it's not in Selma Alabama. Cause you ask a Negro all you gonna hear, (as far as he go back is Martin Luther king and them slave, ah negro walk with the damn bus and all that stuff, SELMA. He says our ancestors, that goes back to Abraham Isaac and Jacob.

Like Bezaleel say, we gotta build the bridge. Build and connect them to who their ancestors are case our people don't know. Read it again, 45.

Officer Josiah: (Leviticus 26:45) But I will for their sakes remember the covenant of their ancestors, whom I brought forth out of the land of Egypt in the sight of the heathen, that I might be their God: I am the Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: So our ancestors that came out of Egypt were the Israelites, so our people must be taught they are the Israelites. It makes no good you teaching Galatians the third chapter, a hard chapter that Paul wrote, and they don't even yet understand that they are the Israelites, you're wasting your time, you're a whistling Dixie.

From there, go to Matthew 15:24.

Christ, the black Messiah, died for the Nation of Israel only!
Christ, the black Messiah, died for the Nation of Israel only!
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The scattered Israelites were called gentiles

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 15:24) But he answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Bishop Nathanyel: So what changed from that in Ezekiel's time? Did anything change? Nothing changed. So the only thing that change is the white man's philosophy, in the minds of our people, that's a strong hold. The strong hold in our people's mind is that Christ and the prophets went to all nations. The few scriptures that we showed you just now proves that's a lie!

They gotta be made aware, they gotta be shown that. Okay from there go to Hosea 1:10. We're dealing with nationality, we're dealing with nationality.

Officer Josiah: (Hosea 1:10)

Bishop Nathanyel: So one of the first things we do as laborious is show our people Nationality, we're still dealing with that, Hosea 1:10.

Officer Josiah: (Hosea 1:10) Yet the number of the children of Israel shall be as the sand of the sea, which cannot be measured nor numbered.

Bishop Nathanyel: So we out number all nations, that's right black and Latin man. We outnumber the Chinese... cause our people are: The Chinese is the most numerous. God says the Israelites out number all nations. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Hosea 1:10) and it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them.

Bishop Nathanyel: Here in America.

Officer Josiah: (Hosea 1:10) Ye are not my people.

Bishop Nathanyel: How is it said? They call us afro Americans, West Indians, Haitians, Jamaicans, Puerto Ricans, Dominicans. That's how they call us not God's people. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Hosea 1:10) there it shall be said unto them, Ye are the sons of the living God.

Bishop Nathanyel: There in America it shall be said unto them Ye are the sons of the living God. That's prophecy, that's showing them that there're what? the Israelites. You're not Negros or Latinos, you are the sons of the living God, you are the sons of the living God, the Israelites.

The apostle Paul believe it or not had to deal with the same thing, not on the level we gotta deal with it today, but it was on a lower level Imma show you that, give me that in Romans.

Deacon Yawasap: Could you read the last part of that verse again? In the place.

Officer Josiah: Okay.

(Hosea 1:10) in the place where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people, there it shall be said unto them.

Deacon Yawasap: Who's gonna say it? Uh huh, who's going to say, who's going to fulfill this job?

Joel?

Officer Joel: The laborers, us.

Deacon Yawasap: Right, that's our job, that's the point I wanted to get. To wake us up, the shake the cobwebs to realize that this is what our job is. Our job is to bring this scripture to pass.

Cause how is it.... how is it the people gonna find that they are the Israelites if we don't teach it? Because that's the job that we have, that's how serious this is, if we don't get it taught then how the people gonna weak up?. That's what our job is, that's the point that am bringing out.

Go ahead.

Bishop Nathanyel: That's our profession. Go to Romans 9:24, where I was saying earlier that the Apostle Paul had to deal with the same thing on a lower level. Israel wasn't destroyed to the level that we are now, but it was on a smaller level. Romans 9:24.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:24) Even us, whom he hath called, not of the Jews only, but also of the Gentiles?

Bishop Nathanyel: Who are those gentiles? Uriyel? Who are those gentiles? And where would you go to prove your answer?

Two part question: Who are the gentiles, and where would you go to prove your answer.

Brother Uriyel: For the gentiles: 2 Maccabees 6:9.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, let's get that real quick, get just to prove that for the people online who might not know. 2 Maccabees chapter 6, I wanna start at verse 6 and read to 9. To prove that the Israelites were called gentiles, the scattered Israelites.

Officer Josiah: 2 Maccabees 6 verse.

Bishop Nathanyel: 6.

Officer Josiah: Verse 6 okay.

(2 Maccabees 6:6) Neither was it lawful for a man to keep Sabbath days or ancient fasts, or to profess himself at all to be a Jew.

Bishop Nathanyel: So it was unlawful to profess yourself to be a Jew. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (2 Maccabees 6:7-8) And in the day of the king's birth every month they were brought by bitter constraint to eat of the sacrifices; and when the fast of Bacchus was kept, the Jews were compelled to go in procession to Bacchus, carrying ivy.

(Verse 8) Moreover there went out a decree to the neighbour cities of the heathen, by the suggestion of Ptolemee, against the Jews, that they should observe the same fashions, and be partakers of their sacrifices.

(Verse 9) And whoso would not conform themselves to the manners of the Gentiles should be put to death.

Bishop Nathanyel: See that? Whoever of the Jews would not confirm themselves to the manner of the Gentiles should be put to death.

Now get me ahhh... John 7:35. I’m still dealing with the Gentiles thing for new people. John 7:35.

Officer Josiah: (John 7:35) Then said the Jews among themselves, Whither will he go, that we shall not find him? will he go unto the dispersed.

Bishop Nathanyel: Will he go unto the dispersed, meaning... dispersed means scattered, scattered Israelites. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (John 7:35) among the Gentiles.

Bishop Nathanyel: Which are among the Gentiles.

Officer Josiah: (John 7:35) and teach the Gentiles?

Bishop Nathanyel: So what were they calling those dispersed Israelites?

Congregation: Gentiles.

Bishop Nathanyel: Gentiles, Gentiles, Gentiles. First Corinthians ahh... was it 12:1?

Deacon Eythan: Yeah.

Bishop Nathanyel: Give me that one now.

Officer Josiah: (1 Corinthians 12:2) Ye know that ye were Gentiles, carried away unto these dumb idols.

Bishop Nathanyel: Ye know that ye were Gentiles,ye were Gentiles, carried away unto these dumb idols, what dumb idols? We just read about it in Maccabees, how they forced the Israelite to worship Bacchus and all those other abominations. Everybody with me?

Congregation: Yes Sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Alright. Let's go back now to where we started, Romans 9:24.

Officer Bezaleel: Where we read in Maccabees where it said umm... who also... "And whoso would not conform themselves to the manners of the Gentiles." The word "Conform" goes to ahh... (To be or become similar in form.)

Deacon Eythan: Wow.

Bishop Nathanyel: Good.

Officer Bezaleel: So that... that means that they had to literally convert, changed to be: look like, act like, talk like, everything like the Gentiles.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly, very good, right: assimilate. Romans 9:24 again.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:24)

Bishop Nathanyel: Now remember we went here because the apostle Paul had to deal with Israelites just like we do, although not on the same level. In terms of them being destroyed. He had to bring them back to who they were. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:24) Even us, whom he hath called, not of the Jews only, but also of the Gentiles?

Bishop Nathanyel: Come on.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:25) As he saith also in Osee.

Bishop Nathanyel: The word Osee these is Hosea. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:25) I will call them my people, which were not my people; and her beloved, which was not beloved.

Bishop Nathanyel: Here it come.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 9:26) And it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people; there shall they be called the children of the living God.

Bishop Nathanyel: Y'all see that? So the Gentiles Paul was speaking to is Israel, it's proven right there again! So had to deal with this same thing but on a lower level.

From there, let's go to Revelations 7:4. Talking about nationality, we're still dealing with that, nationality. As a laborer, being hired by God.

Officer Josiah: (Revelations 7:4) And I heard the number of them which were sealed: and there were sealed an hundred and forty and four thousand of all the tribes of the children of Israel.

It is a sin to be effeminate and/or a homosexual
It is a sin to be effeminate and/or a homosexual
Women must dress modest according to 1 Timothy 2:9
Women must dress modest according to 1 Timothy 2:9

Show our people their transgressions using the correct scripture to drive them to repent.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that? Nothing changed, nothing changed!. From there, once you bring our people to the realization that they are Israel. Listen carefully, now they say: okay am Israel, now what?

Next, now what?

Brother: I got to identify... umm their sins.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, their sins, their sins. Cause they'd say: Hmm, well what's wrong with me? What did I do?

Watch this get me Matthew 3:6. And this is very important because I listen to some of you teachers. Listen, you brothers that teach in Queen and Bronx, some of you are afraid! Imma say it again. Some of you teachers are afraid to identify the sin in our people.

I have seen and watched some of you brothers, there'll be flaming homosexual in front of the camp: He's popping gum, his pants is bellow his butt, and you busy going over Deuteronomy 28. And he's going: yeah, and, yeah, yeah okay am Israel, yeah, yeah now what? - chop chop chop, Chewing Gum.

And you will never get to the point to show him what's wrong with him. That's a fear!

Give me that, Matthew 3:6.

Officer Josiah: (Mathew 3:6) And were baptized of him in Jordan, confessing their sins.

Bishop Nathanyel: Because when John the Baptist taught, he taught the Law, and taught each of them what they were doing wrong!. That's how they people were able to do what?

Congregation: Confess their sins.

Bishop Nathanyel: Confess their sins, that's how they were able to do that. Get me John 5:14.

I would watch a dude in camp and he would have a Buddhist idol on his neck. You brothers, some of you would teach Deuteronomy 28 from sun up, to sun down. And the brothers says: okay I understand am Israel already.

And Buddha is just in your face, and you refuse to identify that thing. John 5:14.

Officer Josiah: (John 5:14) Afterward Jesus findeth him in the temple, and said unto him, Behold, thou art made whole: sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto thee.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see what Christ said? Sin no more, brake the commandments no more, lest a worst thing come upon you. So Christ was already in the Zone of dealing with the man sin, he let him know: you jacked up because of your sins, you heal now, you better not do it no more, lest a worst thing come on you.

You get people that come up in the camp, and you know they jacked up, and you are afraid to say... (The reason it's come upon you is because of your sins.)

Hum... they might yell at me, they might punch me in the face.

Then you're not a true laborer. A laborer's job is not just to teach nationality, you gotta call them out on their sin, identify the sin so that they can do what?

Congregation: Repent.

Bishop Nathanyel: Repent. How are they gonna repent if you as the teacher don't show them the wrongs that they doing? (From there get me Romans 7:7. This what Paul said)

Deacon Asaph said when some of y'all finish teaching Deuteronomy 28, the homo ask you for your phone number.

Congregation: Laughs

Bishop Nathanyel: "You so sexy when you bring out that, you so sexy!"

"I like purple that's sexy!"

Deacon Eythan: Oh my gosh man.

Bishop Nathanyel: You got it?

Officer Josiah: (Romans 7:7) What shall we say then? Is the law sin?

Bishop Nathanyel: Is the Law sin?

Officer Josiah: (Romans 7:7) God forbid.

Bishop Nathanyel: God forbid. Some of you act like the law is sin, you never go over it, you scared... you stay in Deuteronomy 28 for hours. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 7:7) What shall we say then? Is the law sin? God forbid. Nay, I had not known sin, but by the law.

Bishop Nathanyel: You see that? they only way the people will understand sin is "but by the Law". You as the teacher must read them the law. And remember we read earlier about "weapons of our warfare are not carnal", remember we read earlier about "the word of God is sharper than any two-edged sword" right?

You got a man in front of you with daisy duke shorts on, the cheeks of his butt is out. And you are pulling out the wrong weapons: you dealing with idolatry, and he's looking at you like; (yeah okay, okay, chop chop chop, okay I like that purple, go ahead, go ahead)

Congregation: Laughs

Bishop Nathanyel: And you see his... his T-shirt is tied up in a knot in the front, you ever seen dudes like that back in the day? Tie a knot in their shirt so that their stomach could show?

They got the, that... the head wrap tied in a knot in the front with the perm. You looking at him and you refuse to go to the scriptures that pertains to his sin. You are wasting your time and his time. Pull out the weapons brother or step down and move out the way.

So when a teacher comes up and pull out the right weapons, some brothers get mad: why you pointing out their sin? Because God commanded me to do that. That's why.

That's not right. No it is right. it is right, how they gonna repent if you don't show them what wrong they are doing?

Officer Josiah: (Romans 6:23) For the wages of sin is death.

Bishop Nathanyel: You are saving them from death! by identifying their sin. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 6:23) For the wages of sin is death.

Bishop Nathanyel: Some of you think only homosexuality is a sin, no there's a lot of different sins. Anger without a cause is sin, adultery is a sin, lying is a sin, envy is a sin... dressing out of order is a sin, eating the wrong foods is a sin. Read it again.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 6:23) For the wages of sin is death.

Bishop Nathanyel: So by you as the teacher pointing out what the sin is, you're saving their life. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Romans 6:23) but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Bishop Nathanyel: Everybody understand that? Who in here is confused over their job as a laborer? Hmm… we will see you after class.

Now after you've identified the sin... what's wrong, because remember you're pulling down, tearing down, throwing down....ahhh help me what did it say? Rooting out throwing down, casting down... y'all know what I... you know what the scripture said.

Now you've done all that, now you gotta teach them how to do what?

Congregation: Repent.

Bishop Nathanyel: Repent... give me Matthew 4:17. This is what Christ did is the beginning of his ministry, this is how he started off in his teaching.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 5:17) From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, in order to repent you must know what the law is. So Christ was teaching the commandments, so that people could repent. That's our role model, that's our king that's our Lord, we gotta follow that example. Read it again what he said?

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 5:17) Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.

Bishop Nathanyel: That's what we gotta do, teach them how to repent; in order to teach them how to repent, you gotta identify who they are, identify their sin, now teach them how to fix it... Ok.

From there let's go back to Matthew 20, we almost done... are we? what time is it? Hmm… give me a little bit, give me a little bit. Back to Matthew 20:7.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:7) They say unto him, Because no man hath hired us.

Bishop Nathanyel: So now we went to all those scriptures to show you, that: you've been hired to do a job, you brothers have been hired to do a job, and you must learn to do your job effectively.

Go ahead.

Deacon Asaph: The elder said that: "this gospel is not death and damnation, " what is the gospel first of all?

Brother: The word

Deacon Asaph: What is the Gospel first of all? What do they call the gospel? What is it synonymous to?

Brother: The good news.

Deacon Asaph: What? So the elder just said: "this gospel is not death and damnation," why is it good news? What makes it good?

Brother: We are.... we are going to get the kingdom.

Deacon Asaph: So why you all can't expound upon (how how we're gonna get the kingdom, what we have to do), that's why it becomes good news.

Because some of you think we gotta be niggers and coons for the rest of our life and we're gonna die. That's why he said "This gospel is not death and damnation," okay... the gospel, the good news is: there's a way out, we have an identity, we have a heritage, we have a land, we have a God who cares about us.

Your problems are... we, we have a way we have a solution to your problems. What the elder is saying is don't just tell the person (they are evil and wicked and they are gonna die, and how much you hate them, and they are the two thirds.

Bishop Nathanyel: *Laughs*

Deacon Asaph: Because that's what's going on with the Israelite camps.

Deacon Yawasap: There you go, that's what the brother is bringing out.

Deacon Asaph: That's what's going on.... and like he brought up about the woman, you have camps that are telling the woman that "this is not for them.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, right.

Deacon Asaph: This is not for them, God doesn't want you".

They are mad at us because we have woman in our camp.

Deacon Yawasap: That's a heretic that say that garbage!

Deacon Yawasap: So that's why it's good news, because the sisters who come say: "You brothers have made me feel like I have a place." They're gonna come confessing their faults, because they hear I don't have to remain in this lifestyle forever.

You identify the sin, then you give them the good news.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right... I hope you brothers understand that. Get me 1kings 8:47. 1 Kings 8:47 goes with Matthew 4:17, I forgot to say that, put that next to it. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (1 Kings 8:47) Yet if they shall bethink themselves in the land whither they were carried captives.

Bishop Nathanyel: Bethink themselves means (Remember their nationality), remember who they are. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (1 Kings 8:47) and repent,

Bishop Nathanyel: And what?

Officer Josiah: (1 Kings 8:47) and repent,

Bishop Nathanyel: And what?

Officer Josiah: (1 Kings 8:47) and repent,

Bishop Nathanyel: In order for them to repent, you as the teacher must identify their sin in their life, - "what are we doing wrong, wrong." *Getting hoarse now*.

Now you gotta teach them once you identify the sin how to repent (this is what you must do), have a solution. When Christ... when all our forefathers taught, not only did they show what was wrong, but they showed us a way out, they showed us the good news and how we can get better, be healed of the problems in our lives, that's what us as teachers must do.

Go ahead, was that it? verse 47 is all I want.

Officer Josiah: (1 Kings 8:47) and make supplication unto thee in the land of them that carried them captives, saying, we have sinned, and have done perversely.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, in order for them to say, "We have sinned, and done perversely", you as the teachers, must tell them what they are doing wrong... look at them, the only way you can judge, the first way you judge a man or woman is how? Aquila? What’s the first thing?

Brother Aquila: By their appearance.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right. Say it on the mic so we can hear you. Where is the mic?

Brother Aquila: By their appearance.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, that's the first thing. The first thing, in order to,... when you teach them you gotta look at their appearance, okay, that's the first way you begin.

When I use.... when the Bible uses the word judge in this context, like it says in 1 Corinthians 2:15 about a spiritual man judgeth all things, it means admonishes or.... give me another word... rebuke, that's the word thank you: rebuking them, admonishing them.

The word judge is use in two context, it can be used as condemn, or it can be use correction, rebuke. What we do is it condemnation?

Congregation: No.

Bishop Nathanyel: No, we are rebuking them we are correcting them. So now Aquila back to you.

Deacon Yawasap: Give an example. Cause I see some strange looks on your faces when the elder said about the judgment. Because a lot of people think that the judgment is about condemnation.

If you got a person that's smoking crack, and you telling him, you’re judging him on the fact that he's smoking crack, You're not condemning him to stay on the crack, you judging him so that he'd get his behind off the crack.

Bishop Nathanyel: Right, exactly. Listen good.

Officer Josiah: (Luke 6:37) Judge not, and ye shall not be judge.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now he's gonna explain it. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Luke 6:37) condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned.

Bishop Nathanyel: Do you hear that... You hear what he's saying there? So in Matthew 7 that everyone runs to: "Judge not that ye be not judged". Christ is talking about condemnation! Do not condemn people! That’s what he's talking about. He's not saying don't correct him, don't rebuke him; Because we are suppose to judge you in that context, but in the context of condemnation (Don't do it), why? because repentance is open to our people until Christ returns.

Who's confused about that? Everybody understand that?

Congregation: Yes sir.

Bishop Nathanyel: Alright, alright, let's go back now to Matthew 7, I mean 20 and verse 7, that's where we at.

I want you all to highlight that, Luke 6:37. Because Negros and Latinos will pull that on you on the street: (Judge not that ye be not judge, who are you to judge me?). But yet they in Esau's court everyday being judge and thrown in jail; some of them for 20 years, 30. They are condemned, but never once do they stand before the white man and say , you can't judge me .

Deacon Yawasap: He's condemning them.

Bishop Nathanyel: He's condemning them, and they never open their mouth.

Deacon Yawasap: We're trying to correct them and they said; don't correct us", but they allow Esau to throw their behinds in jail, and condemn them, and they don't have a word to say.

Bishop Nathanyel: Exactly. So now where we at Josiah?

Officer Josiah: Matthew 20:7.

Bishop Nathanyel: Okay, come on.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:7) They say unto him, Because no man hath hired us.-

Bishop Nathanyel: So our brothers that's hanging on the street, like wild bulls in a net. They said to the Lord, no man has hired us. Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:7)He saith unto them, Go ye also into the vineyard; and whatsoever is right, that shall ye receive.

Bishop Nathanyel: Now I want you all to understand this. Christ is not coming down, walking the streets of New York, Chicago, saying, go ye into the vineyard, he's not doing that. He's speaking through the teachers; go ye into the vineyard, brothers what you idle for? don't you know you got a nation to wake up? to resurrect?

We don't have nothing to do: Go into the vineyard, come learn, come learn!. That's what you're hearing now. Go ahead, verse 8.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:8) So when even was come, the lord of the vineyard saith unto his steward, Call the labourers, and give them their hire,-

Bishop Nathanyel: Y'all see that? "Call the labourers, and give them their hire." Go ahead.

Officer Josiah: (Matthew 20:8) beginning from the last unto the first.

Bishop Nathanyel: He says start with the rewards from the last that came in.

You are defiling your temple by smoking weed.
You are defiling your temple by smoking weed.

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