Understanding The Act Of "Speaking In Tongues"
Understanding The Act Of Speaking In Tongues
God Confounded The Languages Of All The People
(Bishop Nathanyel) All praises, brothers how y’all doing this Sabbath? (good) And sisters how are y’all doing? (good) All praises. Um, there’s a lot of things I want to go over but before I do, I want to touch on that, I just got to… I just got to touch on the speaking in tongues thing briefly, I keep getting emails about speaking in tongues from… primarily from women, I don’t know why there are a lot of women that speak in tongues. All that buhbuhbaba stuff. You always got maybe three or four feminine men that do that foolishness but lot of women, lot of women into that. “Do y’all speak in tongues that’s evidence of the holy spirit?” I’m like oh please stop, stop stop. Give me Genesis 10 and 20. Now this speaking in tongues that I’m going to deal with, before we open into the class, I just got to touch on it. There’s a doctrine also… I’m telling you, the Israelite Khemetic community, that’s what I call them. The Israelite Khemetic community, who condemns the Christian church, and rightfully so. But they’re taking up the mental of the same doctrine. And don’t understand and don’t realize… what I mean is this, it’s that in Chrsitainity, we whap-ba-ba-loop-bap and whap-bam-boop, right? That’s what we do. Then we get in Israel and Ah-Bah-Gah-Dah-Ah-Ba-Wah-Za-Rah-Tah… All of that, it’s the same thing!
(Deacon Yawasap) I got to jump in already. I said I was going to study that mentality of the speaking in tongues thing, and when you rightfully connected the two together, what they’re called? The Israelite Khemetic community and you have Israelites that do the whap ba balooba-- all the churches, whap baba loop ba and then you have the other brothers with: Ah-Bah-Gah-Rah-Ta-Za, and all that, and the whole thing between both of those it’s the same spirit. That’s the reason why I want to talk about it just briefly. The same spirit, because, out of both of those, no one is being edified. The congregants are not being edified and the uh, intention from the orator of this madness is looking for the congregants to look at them “Oh they’re so holy” Y’all alright? They didn’t get it, they didn’t get it. If I start saying a whole lot of Hebrew stuff, supposedly, the thought that may come to your mind is “Man they’re deep. They went deep, man! I don’t even know what the hell he said, but it sounded good.” They do the same thing in the churches. All that jumping up and down *gibberish speech*, doing backflips and all of that and you swear that they have the Holy Ghost on them. “The Lord is definitely dealing with them”. Same thing you hear the brother speaking all this Hebrew, “man the spirit that sound like they’re angels”. It’s the same spirit (that’s right)
(Deacon Labaacha)Yeah I’m gonna back you up Bishop, today, we was teaching in the camp, an older woman came, mentioned another camp. Then I said, to the sister, yeah how long you know you Israel she said two years, no fringes, no border of blue in her dress. Then I said to her, yeah you don’t know… then I turn to Aithan and said who’s the brothers over there again? These were the brothers she was looking for. Then she said, “what name you call him under?” That’s what she told me, uh I think one of the brothers come there, and said, “Did we go to captivity because we didn’t know his name or we went into captivity because we sinned?” she said because of sin. I said why you worried about the name? I said sister for example, the congregation you follow, you been in this two years enough that you don’t know to wear fringes and border of blue on your clothes, you know what she told me? “It’s inside my heart”. I said that’s the demonic Christianity.
(Bishop Nathanyel) That’s right, exactly that’s the same spirit. So uh, you got brothers running around saying that God will not hear you… That God will not hear you if you do not call upon him in Hebrew… Can we go to Genesis 10?
(Captain Isaac) Genesis 10:20: These are the sons of Ham, after their families, after their tongues, and their countries and in their nations. (Can we read verse 1, let me hear verse 1) Genesis 10:1 Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah: Shem, Ham and Japheth. And unto them were sons born after the flood.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So now, bear with me a second, it just popped into my head. I want the chapter in Genesis when he confounded the language. (Genesis 11) Thank you. Give me that, 11 and 1.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Genesis 11: 1 And the whole earth was of one language and of one speech.
(Bishop Nathanayel) At one time brothers and sisters the entire earth spoke one language and they pronounced each word the same. That’s what it means when it says “Was of one language and of one speech” meaning they spoke each word the same. Everybody understand that? Now, let’s jump down… Jump down to verse… (verse 8?) Start at 6.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Genesis 11: 6 and the Lord said behold, the people is one and they have all one language and this they began to do and now nothing will be restrained from them which they have imagined to do. [verse 7] Go to, let us go down and there confound their language that they may not understand one another’s speech
(Bishop Nathanyel) So God confounded the languages of all the people, that was at this tower of Babel. Who did this brothers? God the Almighty he did this, he sent the angels down, they changed the languages of all the people on the earth. That’s what you have to understand before you get to the New Testament you got to have that understanding. Now, get me Isaiah 28 and verse 11.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Isaiah 28:11 For with stammering lips and another tongue will he speak to this people
(Bishop Nathanyel) My question brothers: Who can explain that verse and why is that verse important? Who can explain that verse and why is that verse important? Only three hands… Alright let me hear… Who have I not heard, let me hear… Uh names, right there in front of you, yeah yeah. (Soldier Obadiah) Shalom, what does that verse mean? Let’s start that.
(Soldier Obadiah) This verse basically means the fact that the most High knows we’re gonna go into captivity, it was gonna be other languages set up to understand the scriptures. For example the bible been translated from Greek to English, that’s the reason the name Jesus is not a problem
The Spirit Of The Most High Came Upon The Apostles And The Apostles Began To Teach The Gospel In Other Languages
(Bishop Nathanyel) Ok, very good very good very good, you explained it good, I’ll roll with that. So now Israel would go into captivity, right? Y’all with me? They would go into all nations. Everybody is with ne so far? Now this is an elementary class, and I know during the week, online classes, brothers touch on this. Now we get to Acts chapter 2. Give me verse 3 and 4. I want all you, whap babaloop bap sisters to understand this, and you Hebrew to understand this. Acts chapter 2. So the thought is God will not hear you if you call upon him in any other language but Hebrew. That is the dumb negro Israelite thought. Let’s see if that’s biblical, come on.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Acts 2:4 (3 and 4) verse 3: And there appeared unto them, cloven tongues like as of fire and it sat upon each of them [verse 4] and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost and began to speak with other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance
(Bishop Nathanyel) So the Spirit of the Most High came upon the Apostles and the Apostles began to teach the Gospel in other languages, tongues mean languages. Everybody with me so far…? So what spirit was on them? Was that the devil? It was the spirit of the one true God that came on them and they preached the Gospel in all languages. Everybody with me so far…?
(Deacon Labaacha) But Bishop you forget to say the language God created, he sent the angels to confound all of them, but now he don’t understand his own language he created
(Bishop Nathanyel) Very good point... Now, in that same… jump down to verse 10, let me hear verse 10 (verse 10…) Start above it, where it says... 9, start at 9, thank you. No no no, verse 8.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Acts 2:8 And how hear we every man in our own language wherein we were born?
(Bishop Nathanyel) So they heard the Apostles teach the Gospel in the languages wherein they were born; why were they born in those other places, cause they went where brothers…? (Captivity) Read on.
(Captain Isaac) Acts 2:9 Parthians, and Medes, and Elamites, the dwellers of Mesopotamia and in Judaea and Cappadocia, in Pontus and Asia, [verse 10] Phrygia, and Pamphyllia, in Egypt and in parts of Libya about Cyrene…
(Bishop Nathanyel) So some of the languages we’re reading about are Greek languages, languages that come from the Persian dialect. You’re reading about the language of Babylon, that’s Mesopotamia. Then you read about um, Arabia right? Right, they spoke that, Arabic. Then, did you get to read Rome yet? Read on. (and strangers of Rome) Right, what language is Rome, brothers? Latin, Latin… Latin… And guess what? From the Latin language, you got, Spanish derives from that language. So people get stupid, and if you fall into that barrel of dummies, I feel sorry for y’all, because that’s what it is. Read down to 11.
(Captain Isaac) [Acts 2:10] …Jews and proselytes, [verse 11] Cretes and Arabians, we do hear them speak our tongues the wonderful works of God.
(Bishop Nathanyel) You all hear that? So were our forefathers wicked for teaching about the most High in Christ in Greek, Arabic, Latin, Mesopotamian language, Egyptian dialect? Were they wicked brothers? No, so where is that doctrine coming from, that… No wait then here comes the next stupid level, watch watch.. “Yeah they were teaching in Greek and Latin, but when they got to, the name, they said Yahawah bashem Yahawashi, Hamashiach Yahawashi” Where are you reading that at? Read it again Captain, please, that one part!
(Deacon Yawasap) Wait a minute, Bishop the example that you just gave, you all probably think that he’s making a joke. You all aright…? But if you listen to them, that’s exactly what they do, every other words in English, then they got to that one and then they switch it. (Yes) Same madness…
(Bishop Nathanyel) That’s just like in the Christian church, they’d be talking to you in English and all of a sudden they go *gibberish language*… So what the hell? These brothers will teach you in English, then when you get to the word Jesus, they go, “Yahawashi Hamashiach”. I’m like where is that at? Where are they reading that? It’s the same doctrine brothers, it’s the same doctrine
(Deacon Yawasap) That’s craziness, that’s like the most High, you gonna tremble when you get there, but the rest of the word don’t mean anything. That’s sick, that’s sick, you really gotta really examine and think about that. Go head Deacon Labaa.
(Deacon Labaacha) But Bishop you remember there were learning Latin tongues, these brothers they were learning in whatever tongue they were born. When they went back, where in the scripture Peter tell them that they have to speak Hebrew? You understand? They all went back where they was coming from. Where is the scripture that says when you get to the Jesus Christ name you have to change it in Hebrew, doesn’t exist, because they still were calling on God Almighty in the Latin tongue, they still were calling God Almighty in the Greek tongue. Yeah go ahead, go ahead brother.
(Deacon Eythan) Get John 19 verse 19. Let’s see what names… I know in Arabic they call him Issa. Jesus is not Jesus or Yashua or Yahawashi in Arabc, it’s Issa. And in Persia it’s called Issa also and in Spanish it’s Jesus.
(Bishop Nathanyel) When you go ot google translate. Go to google translator, type in “Jesus”, and see the way it’s translated, and it gives you a whole list of languages. Just click it, it will tell you how its pronounced. People get simple. What you got for us ?
(Deacon Eythan) John 19 verse 19
(Captain Isaac) Yes sir. [John 19:19] And Pilate wrote a title and put it on the cross (like a plaque, put it on the cross that Christ was on go ahead) and the writing was, Jesus of Nazareth the king of the Jews (Now in Latin it would be Jesus Nazarenes, something in Latin, go ahead) [verse 20] This title then read many of the Jews, for the place where Jesus was crucified was nigh to the city and it was written in Hebrew and Greek and Latin. (Read 19 again, the bottom part) Jesus of Nazareth the king of the Jews (read bottom of 20) and it was written in Hebrew and Greek and Latin
(Deacon Eythan) So if they read his name in Greek and Latin, they obviously did what in those languages? They spoke it in those same languages. So in Acts 2 where it says strangers of Rome, Pamphylia, they spoke his name in those languages the same way Pilate wrote it in those languages. It’s common sense. Common sense…
If You Are Going To Speak In Tongues, It's Best For Someone To Be Able To Interpret It So That The Church (The Body) Can Be Edified
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly. Get Acts 10 and 46.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Acts 10:46 For they heard them speak with tongues and magnified God, then answered Peter
(Bishop Nathanyel) I only want that one verse… So when it says they spoke in tongues, you see there’s plural there. Meaning they spoke the gospel in different language, they glorified Jesus the Christ in various languages, including Hebrew. Put that on the screen so that they can see it. …Including Hebrew, Greek and Latin. Okay? Now, get me 1 Corinthians chapter 14. So can y’all please stop sending these emails, please, stop, I’m getting tired, I’m like oh God, another dummy. And like you said Labaa they won’t keep one commandment. When we were in St. Thomas, that’s right I forgot to tell y’all. We were in St. Thomas… a woman came out of the store… Benjamin, I love you Benjamin… I just love you. She had on the tightest pants and said “Who ya call on?” I said who I call on? “She said who ya call the name of God, the name of the most High, what the name?” I said: “you’re talking about Jesus Christ, Jehovah?” She said “that’s not his name, his name Yahweh”. I said oh his name is Yahweh? She said yeah if you don’t say the name Yahweh, you won’t be saved, I said I won’t be saved if I don’t say Yahweh. So I took her to Deuteronomy 22 and 5, so I said read this for me, with all your Hebrew, your Yahweh, your savedness, she reads this, she goes… “Ya think ya smart man? So you trying to say because mi no keep the commandments mi not be saved? How long you gonna be out here?” I said I’ll be here all day… she said ok I’ll be back, she never came back. But that’s how they do, they won’t keep one commandment but will condemn you for not speaking their form of Hebrew, and Hebrew has various dialects. You got Sephardic Hebrew, Ashkenazi Hebrew. Sephardic is based upon Spain, Spanish… Ashkenazi is based upon Germany. So you got different forms! What form do I need to speak now? Then you got the uhh, the 1 west kind… Ah-gah-bah-dah. Yeah ok…. Where we at? (You said 1 Corinthians 14) Oh yea, 1 Corinthians 14 and 5.
(Captain Isaac) Elder, can I bring out a real quick point. These camps today they say that they have the pure language right? And they got the circle at the end for Yahawashi, right? There ain’t no circle up there. Where is it? It’s not there. (Exactly)
(Captain Isaac) 1 Corinthians 14, what verse you wanted Elder? (I want verse 5 and 6) verse 5 and 6: I would that ye all spake with tongues
(Bishop Nathanyel) So Paul said I wish that all Israel spoke in different languages. What I want you to see that the bible condemns that stupid thought, that you HAVE to speak only Hebrew, and that if you don’t speak Hebrew God is not listening to you. That’s not biblical brothers. Read it again.
(Captain Isaac) [1 Corinthians 14:5] I would that ye all spake with tongues, but rather that ye prophesied.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So he’s saying the best thing that’s greater than tongues is prophesying which means teaching Christ, the prophecies that are forth to come. Go ahead (For greater is he that prophesieth than he that speaketh with tongues) What verse was that? (That’s verse 5) Ok.
(Captain Isaac) [1 Corinthians 14:5] Except he interpret that the church may receive edifying.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So he’s saying if you’re gonna speak in tongues its best for somebody to be able to interpret so that the church, meaning the body can be edified. Was that it, verse 6? (That’s verse 5) Go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) [1 Corinthians 14:6] Now brethren if I come unto you speaking with tongues, what shall I profit you? Except I shall speak to you either by revelation or by knowledge or by prophesying or by doctrine.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So wait a minute… Now brethren if I come unto you speaking with tongues what shall I profit you? So, if we say “Yahawah Barak Kezah” What did I say, raise your hand if you know what I said. You hear crickets right? Read that verse again.
(Captain Isaac) Verse 6 now brethren if I come unto you speaking with tongues, what shall I profit you? Except I shall speak to you either by revelation or by knowledge or by prophesying or by doctrine.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So what I said was The most High bless this. That what I said. But it profits you nothing if there’s no interpreter. You can speak in creole all day, or Spanish if there’s nobody to interpret, you’re wasting your time and our time. What you gonna say Labaa?
(Deacon Labaacha) You notice that when they read it to the people, they sound retarded. It’s ba-sha… That mean if you speak a language you’re gonna speak it influence, where people can understand, even they themselves they show retardness.
(Bishop Nathanyel) There’s no camp, from where we came from, the 1 west that speaks fluent Hebrew, none of them, don’t let none of them fool you. None of them. Jump down to verse 21 please.
(Captain Isaac) 1 Corinthians 14:21, in the law it is written, with men of other tongues and other lips will I speak unto this people.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Where do we read that in the law? Reuben where do we read that?
(Officer Reuben) We read that in Isiah 28:11
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly, that’s what Paul is quoting. Paul is getting his understanding based on the prophecy from Isaiah 28 and 11, read on.
(Captain Isaac) [ 1 Corinthians 14:21] And yet for all that will they not hear me, saith the Lord
(Bishop Nathanyel) And yet for all that, nobody want to hear what the scriptures say in their languages. We don’t care, we have a special code where you have to speak in the Hebrew dialect in order to be understood or for God to be dealing with you, I’ll word it like that. Read on.
(Captain Isaac) Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not to them that believe, but to them that believe not.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Right, because... let me see who’s thinking. Read it again, I’m gonna see who’s thinking.
(Captain Isaac) [verse 22] Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not to them that believe, but to them that believe not.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Wait, where did we read today, where we saw evidence of that, that tongues is for a sign, not for them that believe, but for them that believe not? We read it today. Only three hands are up, okay, five, people got a clue. Let me hear that young man over there… You! You, why you looking back, yeah you…
(Shalom, we read that in Acts 2)
(Bishop Nathanyel) That’s right that’s, what we read in Acts 2, because all those Jews that came up to Jerusalem they never heard about Christ had come and died already, so when the apostles were teaching them, they were like oh, ok alright, and that converted some of them to the faith. Read on Captain.
(Captain Isaac) Verse 23: If therefore the whole church become together into one place and all speak with tongues (everybody starts speaking in tongues, go ahead) and there come in those that are unlearned or unbelievers, will they not say that ye are mad
(Bishop Nathanyel) These people are crazy… That’s what an unbeliever come in here and everybody go like Ah-Bah-Gah-Dah… Yahawashi Hamashiach Yahawashi… “What are they talking about, what are they saying? These people sound crazy” Read on.
(Captain Isaac) [verse 24] But if all prophesy and there come in one that believeth not or one unlearned, he is convinced of all, he is judged of all.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Why? Because he understands the what…? The language… No… noo… Read it again, cause we’re speaking about tongues, read it again
(Captain Isaac) Verse 24 but if all prophesy and there come in one that believeth not or one unlearned he is convinced of all, he is judged of all.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Why? What’s the difference between verse 23 and verse 22?
(Deacon Yawasap) The answer was in the verse and he just read it.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Let me hear you young man, yeah you.
(Brother) Shalom leadership. In verse 21, because for those who don’t believe, it’s like amazed, but in this verse, this one, this person understands. So if you don’t understand, and you don’t repent (understand what?) Understand the language
(Bishop Nathanyel) Thank you, verse 23 they understand the language, verse 22 they don’t understand the language. (Could we read 23 again.)
(Captain Isaac) verse 23 If therefore the whole church become together into one place and all speak with tongues and there come in those that are unlearned or unbelievers, will they not say that ye are mad, but if all prophesy…
(Deacon Yawasap) That’s the one I want
(Bishop Nathanyel) Right, that’s what I meant, verse 24 they understand the language, verse 23 they do not understand the language, I said it backwards.
(Deacon Yawasap) Right, read that one that you were about to read.
(Captain Isaac) [verse 24] But if all prophesy there come in one that believeth not, or one unlearned, he is convinced of all, he is judged of all
(Deacon Yawasap) How is he convinced? Because he understands, that’s the point.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Right, for example, we go over Deuteronomy 28, correct brothers? If an unbeliever comes in and we’re teaching that, he or she will say, “That happened to us in history”
(Deacon Yawasap) He was convinced because we understand what we’re saying, he won’t be convinced, if he don’t understand what we’re saying, how’s he gonna be convinced?
(Bishop Nathanyel) Right, if we break it down in Hebrew, is that person gonna understand Deuteronomy 28? No! Okay, now that was verse 20… What verse was that? (24) Okay jump down to 39.
(Captain Isaac) Verse 39: Wherefore brethren, covet to prophecy and forbid not to speak with tongues
(Bishop Nathanyel) so the best thing is to prophesy, he said forbid not to speak in tongues, when you have that gift, don’t forbid it, Paul is saying, keep it going because it’s good for us to learn languages, that’s what I’m saying we’re not against languages, we’re against false doctrines. If I can learn Portuguese I will learn Portuguese, why? Because I know a bulk of our people in Brazil speak that language. I would love that… I would get Rosetta stones… Josiah, hook me up with that. I want to learn Portuguese now. But my point is languages, there’s nothing wrong with it, but don’t make a doctrine and say the most High will not hear you if you don’t speak in the language YOU pick.
(Deacon Yawasap) Let me help you. The reason why most negroes want to speak quote un-quote languages, is for vain glory purposes. The reason why we’re talking about learning languages, so that when we go to these areas we’re able to speak the language, we can teach the gospel in the language that they will understand. (Exactly) Y’all understand the difference. I don’t want to speak Hebrew and these things just for everybody to say “oh by, he’s deep.” To hell with that…
Dismantling The Doctrine That We Have to Know God's Name In Order To Get Saved (Delivered)
(Bishop Nathanyel) How many Negros speak Hebrew today? (None) Is there a place where our people are speaking Hebrew? Okay, now watch this, this gonna hit them in the head. Get Revelation 7 and 9.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Revelation 7:9 After this I beheld and Lo, a great multitude which no man could number, of all nations and kindred and people and tongues (Y’all hear that? Who can explain that verse to me?)
(Brother Jonathan) Shalom, Israelites of different nations from different captivities
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly, and you notice the key word, wait Jonathan… What is the key word we want out of that verse?)
(Brother Jonathan) Tongues…
(Bishop Nathanyel) Tongues--showing you that they learned the gospel in what? Their language… Their tongue… It wasn’t oh no, stop, you gotta come to my Hebrew class. I got a email, brother asked to come here to teach Hebrew. I’m like, no thank you brother.
(Deacon Labaacha) Yeah Bishop you notice that, who acknowledged that? The Lord and Savior put it in Revelation, he acknowledged they would speak different language, but the Negro though he don’t acknowledge his own brothers, you understand, he’s pushing the doctrine where if you don’t say the name you’re not gonna be saved, if you don’t say the name, God don’t hear you, if you don’t say the name… those are Negroes. But the angels, John who wrote it down and the angels who revealed it to him, they acknowledged that Israel is gonna come speaking different type of tongues, and God acknowledged that salvation was for them as well.
(Deacon Yawasap) You really think that these guys out here pushing this doctrine about the languages really believe that stuff? No. They know cause they hear these scriptures, they hear the breakdowns, they hear it all they know it’s plain and they know it’s in the Bible. Y’all follow what I’m saying? So why do they keep pushing it? Cause that’s their only ticket to vain glory.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly… Go from there, get me… Uh, Exodus 6 and 3. I’m gonna make some people mad today.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Exodus 6 :3 And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty but by my name Jehovah was I not known to them.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Now brothers will say that it is a sin to read that as its written. Is it a sin brothers, based upon what we read thus far? Is it a sin? No… You know when we came in the truth they said when you get to the word God, don’t say it, because its dog spelled backwards. So we had, we could not say… We had to say power… And it got to the point, I’ll never forget it, when the elder was on the streets teaching and people would start, people would come out with their bible and go, “That’s not what it says, you’re adding to the scriptures” He got so frustrated that the next Sabbath he went to Romans 3 and told us, teach as it is written. (I got the class Bishop) You got the class? (I got the class) Hahahahaha. So give me from there, get me uhh, get Exodus 3 and verse 7.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Exodus 3:6 Moreover he said, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob and Moses hide his face for he was afraid to look upon God. (Here it comes) [verse 7] And the Lord said I surely have seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt and I have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters for I know their sorrows
(Bishop Nathanyel) Stop, stop right there… Wait, wait. I’m jumping down… Jump down to verse 13.
(Captain Isaac) Verse 13: and Moses said unto God, behold when I come unto the children of Israel and shall say unto them, The God of your fathers have sent me unto you, and they shall say to me, What it is his name? What shall I say unto them? (Stop, read verse 7 again)
(Captain Isaac) [verse 7] And the Lord said I surely have seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt and I have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters for I know their sorrows
(Bishop Nathanyel) Stop, I’m gonna see who’s thinking now. Did God hear the cry of the children of Israel? (Yes sir) Did we know his name? (No…) No, no… Read that verse, 13 again.
(Captain Isaac) [verse 13] And Moses said unto God, behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, the God of your fathers hath sent me unto you and they shall say to me, what is his name? What shall I say unto them? (Now verse 7, one more again for the slow of mind)
(Captain Isaac) [verse 7] And the Lord said I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry for reason of their taskmasters, for I know their sorrow
(Bishop Nathanyel) So God heard our cry when we did not know his name. So the doctrine that the most High won’t hear you except you call his name in Hebrew, it’s not in the bible brothers and sisters, it’s not in here, it’s a man-made doctrine. Okay.
(Deacon Yawasap) Now after reading that, nobody, anybody that heard these 2 verses here, and are still confused, you got a rock for a brain. Because there’s no way in the world you can be simple after reading this.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Get Acts 5:29, here’s a fundamental principal for us to obey. Acts 5 verse 29, this is something the Apostle Peter taught us, we read it, but sometimes we choose to ignore it, but we have to obey it.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Acts chapter 5:29 Then Peter and the other Apostles answered and said: We ought to obey God, rather than men
Proving That Names Are Transliterated In Different Languages and God will give us the pure tongue (language) after Christ returns
Bishop Nathanyel) Y’all hear that? We ought to obey God rather than men. Now, meaning whatever this bible says we ought to obey, not what man says. You have a man who stands on the corner of Manhattan, who curse and screams and tell you, you got to speak Hebrew? That’s not in the Bible. Okay… Now, the next dummy says “names are not transliterated into other languages. If your name is Bob in English, it stays Bob” Can we get Revelation 9 and 11, Revelation 9 verse 11. The day of the dummy is over. We have to, we have to… I can’t deal with it, I get headaches.
(Captain Isaac) The book of Revelation 9 :11
(Bishop Nathanyel) This is to disprove that names remain the same in all languages. Just read it… Remind to talk about the Chinese for a second, go ahead read it…
(Captain Isaac) [Revelation 9 :11] And they had a king over them which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abbadon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Do y’all see how names change in language? Your name will change, why is that? Because some languages do not have the syllable or let’s say the… what’s the word? The alphabet… uhhh, the alphabetical character of the language you speak. Like in Chinese, let’s say that’s a very hard language. Many of the English characters we have do not translate into Chinese, so they have to do what? What is the meaning of the name? And they translate it into that language, that’s how they do. Okay.That’s just one difficult language. There are many difficult languages that don’t have the equivalent of the English alphabet. Everybody understand what I’m saying? We’ve got to be smarter than we are, we can’t be stupid. Yes Jonah… And I’m sorry, I’m gonna get an email, “Why do you call people stupid? Can you stop saying that?” I apologize but uh, God does call us stupid in the book of Jeremiah. Didn’t he call us sottish? Where is that at? Can we read that? Jeremiah 4, I’m sorry, I’m not saying to make personal attacks, but as a whole we as a people are very stupid sometimes, one second Jonah, read that for me Captain. Jeremiah 4 and 22…
(Captain Isaac) [Jeremiah 4: 22] For my people is foolish (for my people is foolish) they have not known me (they have not known me) they are sottish children
(Bishop Nathanyel) The word sottish there means stupid, look it up, it means stupid. God is calling us as a whole, stupid people. So ... I don’t want you “He’s making personal attacks” I’m not making personal attacks against one person.
(Deacon Eythan) The most High calls us all kind of names. He calls us “Whore”, he calls us a “Jackass”, “Simple”, “Foolish” (Hey in Ezekiel 24 he calls us “scum”) Yeah he calls us “scum” he calls us “Hamites”, I don’t understand, stop being emotional Israel, stop being emotional. The most High calls us more names than we can count.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Right, so again, we’re not making any one personal attack. Okay, y’all see sottish on the screen? It says “Resembling a sot: Drunken; also: Doltish, Stupid” See at the end, that’s what sottish means, so when God says we’re a sottish people, means we are a stupid people. You dolt... Hahaha… Brothers do rap songs; they say the name Yahawah Ba Shim… I don’t have a problem with it. My issue again, our issue, is making a doctrine that says, “You can’t be saved, unless you speak Hebrew”. That’s not in the bible, that’s the only issue we got. Uh where we at…? (Jeremiah…) Okay, give me Zephaniah 3:8 and 9, y’all know this one, I love this one, Zephaniah 3:8 and 9. We got to get this in our vernacular. Because I’m gonna show you how dumb some of these, uh, Khemetic Hebrews are, or Israelite Khemetic Hebrews are. Watch this… Now you know why I can say it, cause I dumber than all of them. Y’all saw the video with me, I condemned everybody…If you don’t speak it Yahawah Ba Shim Yahawashi!! You can’t be saved…” I condemned everybody, cause that’s how I was taught… “condemn, condemn condemn...” But as I matured in the Spirit, all praises to the most High, I said “you know what… That can’t be right, based upon Acts the 2nd chapter, something don’t make sense” (put away childish things and we became men) There you go, y’all understand that? So the mistakes I have made in my walk, y’all should not make the same dumb mistakes at all. Where we at now? (Zephaniah 3 verse 8) Oh yeah, watch the new breakdown for this, go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) [Zephaniah 3:8] Therefore, wait ye upon me saith the Lord, until the day when I rise up to the prey. For mine determination is to gather the nations, that I may assemble the kingdoms, to pour upon them mine indignation. Even all my fierce anger (did happen yet brothers? That did not happen yet, now watch the next verse) For all the earth shall be devoured by the fire of my jealousy, [verse 9] for then…
(Bishop Nathanyel) Stop! “…for then”… Meaning; at that time, or after that event. Y’all with me so far, after that event, the destruction, “…for then…”
(Captain Isaac) [verse 9] For then will I turn to the people a pure language.
(Bishop Nathanyel) When is God---Raise your hand, I got to see that y’all got common… good sense in here. When will God give us the pure--- What’s the word he used? Language... Let me hear this young man right here. When?
(Brother) When Christ returns and the destruction already happened…
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly, that’s the “when”. There’s a doctrine that says, “We already got the pure tongue!” So I’m like if we already got the pure tongue, why are we still here in captivity, why do we even need Christ? Why do we need Hamashiach to give us the pure tongue? Cause we already got it, you see how dumb….!!
(Deacon Yawasap) Let me help you, let me help you (Help me out so I don’t say the wrong thing, somebody) I’m gonna help you, I’m gonna help you. When we read that verse… Read that verse again…
(Captain Isaac) verse 9: For then will I turn unto the people a pure language that they may all call upon the name of the Lord, to serve him with one consent
(Deacon Yawasap)Now all of these guys out there read the bible so they understand English. Y’all alright? What that just said there is clear, easy to understand English, so why would someone go against that intentionally? Basically… That’s what I want… See, when you deal with a Negro, it’s not that he don’t understand the words, you got to understand the reason why, they’re going against the bible. That’s how I see it… I know you’re not stupid, that’s how I respond to them, I know you’re not dumb as hell, you know what the hell this is saying, but the reason why you’re trying to tell me that it’s not talking about that, it’s because it’s the vain glory, you still want people to relish this doctrine that you’re trying to push, because you want to be the one over it. Exclusivity is what we call it…
(Bishop Nathanyel) There you go, now watch this. Abiel, you brothers here, pull up on the screen Sirach. I want to look up the meaning. Wikipedia, it should be. Sirach… Now watch this, I want everybody to pay attention to this. Alright, Sirach… Read that for me.
(Captain Isaac) The book of the all virtuous wisdom of Joshua Ben Sirach, commonly called the wisdom of Sirach or simply Sirach, and also known of the book of Ecclesiasticus or Ben Sira, is a work of ethical teachings from approximately 200 to 175 BCE
(Bishop Nathanyel) What era? Who was ruling at this time? The Greeks… Remember Alexander came, was it 332-333BC, so it’s approximately---remember BC it goes backwards. Everybody with me so far…? So the Greeks are in power here, read.
(Captain Isaac) a work of ethical teachings from approximately 200 to 175 BCE written by the Jewish scribe Ben Yeshua ben Eliezer ben Sira of Jerusalem, on the inspiration of his father Joshua son of Sirach, sometimes called Jesus son of Sirach or Yeshua Ben Eliezer Ben Sira.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Those names Joshua, Jesus and Yeshua are the same names. The same names… Go ahead
(Captain Isaac) In Egypt it was translated into Greek by the author’s (unnamed) grandson, who added a prologue.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So now in Egypt it was translated into Greek by the author’s (unnamed) grandson who added a prologue, go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) This prologue is generally considered the earliest witness to a canon of the books of the prophets, and thus the date of the text as we have it is the subject of intense scrutiny.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So now, what we’re about to read is that, they’ve... our forefather, Jesus the son of Sirach, found a book in Egypt. He wanted to translate this book so that the other Israelites can understand. He translated it into the Greek language. Let’s go to, uh… Sirach. (yes I got it) You got it? I want the part where it talks about Hebrew. (I got it Elder) It says for the same things… (Yes sir) I want everybody to get it, it’s the prologue. Because this also, in this prologue, the sentence we’re about to read they’re justifying… “See? You have to speak Hebrew, because if you don’t, God ain’t dealing with you.” They use it from this sentence where it says “from the same things…” (We had a Negro that came here and tried to pull this on us, you remember that?) Yes I remember. (He got his behind tore up) Exactly… Go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) This is the prologue of Ecclesiasticus: For the same things uttered in Hebrew and translated into another tongue have not the same force in them.
(Bishop Nathanyel) Now that’s true in Hebrew and that’s true in ANY language. Ask our people that speak Spanish when they want to tell you a joke, you hear them say, it ain’t the same in English, it’s different. They be laughing in Spanish, but in English it ain’t that funny. “That ain’t funny” Haha… Well you got to hear it in Spanish. So my point is that, it’s true in any language. Go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) And not only these things, but the law itself, and the prophets, and the rest of the books, have no small difference when they are spoken in their own language. For in the 8th and 30th year coming into Egypt, when Euergetes was king, and continued there some time, I found the book of no small learning (He found the book of great learning, go ahead… But it was not, in the language that Israel was, go ahead) Therefore I thought it most necessary for me to bestow some diligence and travail to interpret it
(Bishop Nathanyel) why would he need to interpret it, if it was in Hebrew, and Israel there, was speaking Hebrew, would there be a need to translate that into Greek? No, he translated it into the Greek language, for Israel, that was there. Go ahead… This was under Ptolomy. Go ahead.
(Captain Isaac) Using great watchfulness and skill in that space to bring the book to an end, and set it forth for them also, which in a strange country are willing to learn (We had our people Israel who went into strange countries and were willing to learn, go ahead)being prepared before in manners to live after the law.
(Bishop Nathanyel) So, that was it. So what I wanted y’all to see, he translated this book into the Greek language for Israel. And from that Greek language, now it has been translated to us, for us, in English. Don’t ever think that if you don’t speak Hebrew, God won’t hear you. We just disproved that today, did we or did we not? (Yes sir) Okay, all praises. So now…
(Deacon Labaacha) Yeah but Bishop, when it get to the laws though, it’s a different ball game, when you deal with adultery in every language is adultery. If you’re dealing with stealing, in every language is stealing. There’s no fault in that, if you’re lying, you’re lying in every language. You understand, if you are whore mongering, a whore monger in every language.
(Deacon Eythan) If you’re a man-hoe in Spanish, you’re damn sure a man-hoe in English. It don’t make a difference.
(Deacon Yawasap) You got to translate this so I can understand where I’m breaking the law. Hahaha
(Bishop Nathanyel) Exactly