Frequently Asked Question
and Typical Comments
1. What is your purpose for teaching on the street?The Lord punished us as a people for breaking his biblical laws. Read Deuteronomy 28:15-68.
Now he is giving our people a chance to repent (come back to their true nationality and keep the biblical laws). When enough Israelites are sealed (receive the knowledge of the Bible and repent) then Christ will deliver us from our low condition and set us up to rule his kingdom over all nations (Revelation 7:1-8, Ezekiel 9:1-4, Luke 21:25-28). So we preach on the street to spread the word and gather our people back to the Lord. And we do it in the old fashion as the ancient prophets did it, by going out in the public among the people.
Read Psalms 50:5, Zephaniah 2:1-3, Proverbs 1:20-21, Jeremiah 17:19-20, Luke 13:23, 26, and Ephesians 4:13.
2. Why do you speak so loudly and so roughly? We speak like that because that is how the Lord commanded the prophets to speak in the Bible, with sharpness and authority. Read Isaiah 58:1, Titus 2:15
“Lift up a banner upon the high mountain (the banner represents the Bible, the word of the Lord [Jeremiah 50:2]), exalt the voice unto them (in other word raise your voice and speak loudly), shake the hand (and when you are shaking your hand at someone [as when a child does something wrong and the mother shakes her finger at him] you are rebuking them or telling them off), that they may go into the gates of the nobles. (The modern day nobles are the mayors, senators, governors, etc. When they see us speaking sharply they will have to confront us for making a so called raucous on the streets. This confrontation will make the truth that we are teaching better known)
Christ also spoke sharply and he is our example: Matthew 11:20, 1Peter 2:21
3.Why do you curse people out? We do NOT curse at people when we speak in the streets. You may have seen other Israelite groups that do so but we definitely do not. We respect our people and know that calling our women b***hes and whores is not right. Furthermore, cursing at people does not edify anyone, and Christ did not teach like that. (Read Ephesians 4:29, Titus 2:8, 1Peter 3:16, Leviticus 19:17-18, Titus 3:2-3)
4. Why are there no women teaching on the street with you? We love our women and treat them with the utmost respect (Proverb 31:10, 1 Peter 3:7, Proverbs 31:28, 1 Corinthians 11:11) but the Lord did not ordain the woman to teach, only the man. And since we go by the Bible and not our own opinions that is what we uphold. (1 Timothy 2:12, 1Corinthians 14:34)
However, women are allowed to teach the children as well as other women. (Deuteronomy 6:7, 1 Timothy 5:4, Titus 2:3-5)
5. Why do you dress the way you do, wearing those robes, turbans, girdles, fringes, studs etc.? We dress the way we do because it is how the Lord commanded our ancient ancestors to dress in the Bible. The dress also comes from our ancient Israelite customs. So when we are doing the work of the Lord we adorn ourselves in our ancient apparel. (Exodus 28:2,40)
The Fringes: Numbers 15:38-40, Deuteronomy 22:12
The Girdle: Leviticus 8:7, Daniel 10:5, Revelation 1:13
The mitre/ turban: Leviticus 16:4
The headscarves (also called bonnets in the Bible): Exodus 28:40
The studs: Song of Solomon 1:11
6. You teach hate! We do not teach hate. We teach love (Leviticus 19:17-18, Romans 13:8-10, Galatians 5:14, 1 Corinthians 13:4-7). Even our efforts in teaching our are a form of love.
What our people fail to realized is that there is a balance. You cannot be in love mode all the time because there is a time to love and a time to hate. (Ecclesiastes 3:1,8)
Our people also do not know that God hates. (Malachi 1:2-3, 3:6, Romans 9:13)
David who was the beloved of the Lord and one of his top men hated the other nations. (2 Samuel 5:8, Psalms 139:21-22, and Acts 13:22)
The Lord said that we were not supposed to hate our brother or our neighbor. Your brother and your neighbor are ONLY your fellow Israelites, the children of your people. This does not include the nations that are not of Israelite descent. (Leviticus 19:17-18, Jeremiah 34:9, Romans 11:1 with Romans 9:3-4).
7. You are racist, everyone is equal in the sight of God! Number one, the real definition of the word “racist” is “one that is for, or loves his race.” Just like a nationalist is for or loves his nation. It is just that the definition has been turned around to sound negative.
Secondly, all people are not equal in God’s eyes. He distinctly said that he considers the Nation of Israel to be above all nations that are on the face of the earth. (Deuteronomy 7:6, Deuteronomy 14:2).
8. What book are you reading from? The book that we read and teach is the Holy Bible, the King James Version. The same Bible that the preachers have in the churches. The reason why it seems we teach from a different book is because the things we show people in the Bible were always there. The difference is that the preachers either do not know about them or chooses not to teach them. We use the King James Version because we have studied the other versions and know that the King James Version is the best translation from the Hebrew, the language in which the Bible was originally written.
9. Why don’t you teach in Hebrew if you are Hebrew Israelites? Evidently, the majority of our people do not speak Hebrew. We read and teach in English so that they can understand what we are saying. (1Corinthians 14:8-9)
God also prophesied that our people would be speaking in other languages, since we lost our original Israelite heritage (Jeremiah 17:4). Therefore the Bible had to be translated into the languages that we speak today, i.e. English, Spanish etc. (Isaiah 28:11)
10. Do you believe in Christ, are you Christians? We do believe in Christ. However, based on the Bible, we do know that He is not white or all colors. (Revelation 1:1, 14-15, Daniel 10:5-6). We also know that He did NOT come to save all nations, only his people, Israel. (Matthew 1:21, Matthew 15:24, Matthew 10:5-6, Acts 5:30-31)
As far as the answer to the question “Are we Christians?” we are Christians because the word Christian means follower of Christ. We are not Christians inthe other sence of the word, meaning followers of the Christian religion, because the Christianity that is taught today in churches is not the Christianity Christ taught. A few examples of this is that the religion of Christianity teaches Christ came for all, but the Bible says otherwise. Another example is that the religion teaches that people no longer have to follow the Old Testament laws and also that they can eat anything they want including pork, shrimp, and lobster. However, in the Bible, Christ stated that He did not come to do away with the Old Testament laws and that we still have to follow them. (Matthew 5:17-19, Romans 2:13).
11. Who is your leader? Christ is our leader. We are not a cult; so we do NOT have one earthy charismatic leader who tells us what to do, and whom we obey without question. When decision are to be made, we come together as a body and decide what is best for the Church. (Proverbs 11:14, 15:22, Ecclesiasticus 37:16 [in the Apocrypha])
12. Christ’s Color doesn’t matter! Christ’s color matters only because the truth that is found in the Bible matters. Knowing the truth is a part of setting your mind free (John 8:32), sanctifying yourself (John 17:17), and worshipping the Lord (John 4:24). In the Bible Christ is described as a so-called black man. (Revelation 1:1, 13-15, Daniel 10:5-6)
Also His description is so important that John the Revelator, the author of the book of Revelation, was told specifically to write it down. (Revelation 1:11).
13. No one is of pure blood we are all mixed so there are no pure Israelites! This is an incorrect statement. According to the Bible, what ever your father is, that is what nationality you are, regardless of who your mother is because the man bears the seed (Which is his sperm). (Leviticus 15:16, Romans 13:23). To give an example: If an orange seed was planted in the ground what would grow up is an orange tree, not a half orange, half dirt tree. In the same way a man’s seed (his sperm [Leviticus 15:16]) is planted in the woman. The woman is like the earth. And what comes out of the woman is what was planted in. If a so-called white woman has a baby by a so-called black man (Israelite) no matter what that baby looks like it is an Israelite.
“And they assembled all the congregation together on the first day of the second month, and they declared their pedigrees (your pedigree is your lineage or descent, who you are) after their families, by the house of their fathers (showing that the lineage is traced through the father and not the mother or both parents), according to the number of the names, from twenty years old and upward by their polls.”
If their is no way for an Israelite to know who his/her father, grandfather, or great grandfather is, then they can know by their own spirit. If they can hold on to the truth that we are teaching and go by it and be diligent in it, then it is in their spirit proving that they are Israelites (Romans 8:16, Deuteronomy 1:1, 14:1). The other nations cannot keep the Biblical laws as the Israelites do.
14. Why do you say I am not African if I am black? Many American and West Indian blacks are under the impression that all dark skinned people are the same, and that all dark skinned people have to be Africans. This is incorrect. The Arabs and the East Indians are dark-skinned but they do no claim to be African or other people of the same people. At one point all nations on the Earth were dark skinned, because they descended from Adam who was made of the dust of the ground (Genesis 2:7). The dust of the ground is brown, proving Adam was a brown skinned man. The American and West Indian blacks are a totally different nation or family of people from the Africans. Noah had three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth (Genesis 10:1). From Ham came four nations which became the modern nations of Africa. From Shem came various nations including the Israelites (who are today called American and West Indian blacks, Hispanics, and Native American Indians). In the year 70AD, three tribes of Israel, Judah, Benjamin, and Levi (today called American blacks, West Indians, and Haitians) fled into Africa to escape Roman persecution. They then fled to the west coast of Africa where they were captured and brought into slavery on ships according to prophesy (Deuteronomy 28:68).
Though the ancient Egyptians (who are Africans) and the Israelites are both so-called black people the Lord still states that there is a difference between then. (Exodus 11:7)
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