FAQs

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Do you preach and teach hatred?

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We teach the truth of the Bible.  Amos 5:15 "Hate the evil, and love the good, and establish judgment in the gate:…"  Although the message may be straightforward and difficult for some to grasp and understand, the message is filled with love because "the wages of sin is death…" (Rom 6:23) So we are in fact saving our peoples lives from the wrath of The Most High.

Isaiah 58:1 "Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and shew my people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins."

Proverbs 1:20 "Wisdom crieth without; she uttereth her voice in the streets:"

The Bible commands the teachers to speak loudly in the streets of the cities and show the Israelites the sins that they commit against the Most High.  For example, Homosexuality is against the laws of the Most High and is in fact an abomination to say the least.  But because the world teaches many to be silent about these issues,  Some get offended at the doctrine of truth.

 

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What is the true name of God?

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The four letters of the Hebrew name of God is "YHWH" (pronounced Ya-ha-wah Ex 6:3, Ps 83:18, Isa 26:4).  In the English language this name is rendered as "Jehovah".  The letter "J" did not come into use until the 15th century as a substitute of the "Y" sound.   It is not wrong to use the english renderings like Lord, Most High, Christ, Jesus etc… as people without such knowledge will have no clue of who or what you are referring to (1Cor 14:2, 19 John 19:19)

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What Does Your Congregation Teach?

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True Nation congregation teaches the doctrine of repentance to the children of Israel (Negroes, Native American Indians and Hispanics descendants) by the keeping of God’s laws found within the Bible.

We strongly teach the doctrine and godly principles of the scriptures and oppose the doctrines of mainstream religions.  What the scriptures document is what we teach.

We teach uplifting and correction for our people righteously, spiritually and physically.

We teach that the holy days (convocations) that God gave us listed in the scriptures are to be kept in their accuracy and refrain from the pagan customs of this world (i.e. Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving etc…)

We promote love and charity among our people and not hate and violence.

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Is the weekly Sabbath determined by the New Moon?

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Most definitely not.  The weekly Sabbath is a memorial of the 6 days of creation with God resting and sanctifying the Sabbath day on the 7th day of the creation WEEK (Ex 20:8-11).  The Sun and moon were created on the 4th day (Gen 1:14) of the creation week thus making it impossible for them to govern the week or weekly Sabbath.  This subject is covered in detail on our website under the “Holy Days” section in the report the “New Moon”.

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Must I be baptized in water to be accepted by God?

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No.  The scriptures clearly explain that water baptism was a temporary and symbolic practice John (the Baptist) and some apostles performed.  The TRUE Baptism is REPENTANCE in Christ.  Jn 1:33, 1Pet 3:21, Psa 119:9, Jn 17:17, Matt 3:6, Pro 28:13.

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Can women teach the congregation?

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No.  The scriptures are very clear that women can not teach the congregation (1 Tim 2:12).  However the elder sisters are commanded to be examples to the young women learning to repent by their good works (Tit 2:4) and help with the building of the church but with the guidance of men.  Also read Num 11:16, Num 27:16.

 

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Does your congregation teach to hate and verbally abuse black women?

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No.  The scriptures teach the holy order (God-Christ-Man-Woman 1 Cor 11:3) and in NO WAY teaches that we should morally destroy our Israelite women. Col 3:19, Tit 2:4