If You Don’t Want an Israelite to Know, Put It In a Book

2nd Timothy 2:15; “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

Can you stand up for the Most High and Yahawashi? Would you be able to answer to someone what it is that you believe in? Can you prove to your family and friends that you are a Hebrew Israelite? Or what the Israelite doctrine is?  As women, we do not teach as our men do.  However, we our required to learn the scriptures for our spiritual development and to be a righteous and virtuous example to others.

Sirach 26:14 “A silent and loving woman is a gift of the Lord; and there is nothing so much worth as a mind well instructed.”

The first step is to understand what is being taught to you, second step is to accept who you are, third is to repent and fourth is to follow the laws of the Most High. But it doesn’t end there. You don’t just make the Sabbath and feast days the only days you open your Bible or open the Bible app on your phone. We as woman also have a duty to learn and gain wisdom and understanding. How else are we to become the virtuous women we are to be? How are we to raise our kids properly? How can we be one with our husband? How can you run your household? How can we set the example for the younger women? (Not just in age but length of time in truth.)

Proverbs 12:24; “The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.”

Remember we will all be judged individually!! Don’t think that your husband, father, or mother do enough studying for both of you. We must all be learned.

Revelations 20:12; “And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God: and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works.”

As Israelites we know our days are long whether it is with work, kids, husband, extracurricular activities and life itself.  But that should not be an excuse for not reading or doing some studying. We have to find ways of adding it to our hectic schedules. At TrueNation we have many resources; there is no way to find a legitimate excuse not to study.

The following is a list of links that will help you:

Main page with extensive information:




Forum where you can search for info, post new questions or have discussions:


Women’s website geared towards women:


YouTube pages with videos:

https://www.youtube.com/user/Truenation12                                                                TrueNation

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKheb0ibwKmq1iQzsVEer6Q       Vessels of Truth

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgQIvZGUZlb4cfqbsesnCaQ         Prisoners of Christ

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3gPy_Rt2tF9SAVl2jZXrdQ           Princes of Power

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4gZZW9rGnES2RqqelEcC-g         Children for the Lord


A few ways of incorporating it into your daily life is listening to the audio lessons or the videos while driving, working out, or cleaning the house. While on break or lunch read your bible or go on one of the many websites listed above. Dedicate at least 30 minutes to reading or studying every day. In order to get the best of your reading remember to take notes and precept as you go along.

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

 You should have at least two scriptures to establish a point. For example if you are studying that we must keep the Sabbath, you could use Exodus 20:8-11 and Deuteronomy 5:12-14. In your Bible next to the Exodus scripture you would write the Deuteronomy precept so that when you go to Exodus you already have another scripture to further explain or prove that particular point.  Your precepts will increase as you grow and study.  You can also use post-its or however you feel comfortable; the point is to come up with a system that works for you.  Another way to stay on point is to quiz yourself even on the things you feel are easy. There have been times when I get asked something that I consider being easy and I draw a blank, like how could I forget this? Simple, if you don’t use it you lose it.  Don’t get caught in that predicament and be ready. Of course we will never know everything but you can get better every day.


Proverbs 14:18; “The simple inherit folly: but the prudent are crowned with knowledge.”

I decided to ask my 12 year old daughter, Brianna, which attends the top magnet in her school and is on the honor roll, to write how she handles her daily duties and is still able to study with such a busy schedule. This was her response:

                “As a student at Esau’s school, I get really good grades.  I actually take my time to really understand what I’m learning, and if I don’t understand something I make sure to ask.  I realized I had a passion for school.  Now that I am in the truth, I know that I just can’t have a passion for Esau’s school, but I also need to have a passion for Most High’s school.  My school schedule is really busy; I wake up at 6 and get home at about 4:15 every day. When I get home I finish my homework for English, Science, Math, and History, so it’s a lot.  After I finish my homework, I have to do chores then go to sleep by 9:30. It’s such a busy schedule, and on my free time, I practice playing my piano. Before I go to sleep, I will read a chapter or two in my Bible and then write about what I read in a journal just for summaries. I write down key points, or what stood out to me the most. For example, I read the first two chapters of Genesis and I got so many precepts for so many topics. So what I did is I wrote my summary of the chapters and wrote down key points as I read. When I take the bus, I can go over what I wrote in my journal the night before and test myself. This is how I become sharper and smarter. Try it; you will notice that this will really help you. After I started doing this, I saw a huge improvement in myself.”

Many of you probably think that as women we don’t need to know much, but that is the wrong thought to have. Remember our sisters Sarah, Jochebed, Naomi, Judith, Esther and so many more, that they were all very wise women that followed the laws of the Most High. Without the wisdom they had many important key moments wouldn’t have happened.

Proverbs 31:26; “She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.”

Sirach 26:14 “A silent and loving woman is a gift of the Lord; and there is nothing so much worth as a mind well instructed.”

I pray this will motivate and help everyone with their study habits. I know life is difficult but let’s all try to add it to our daily lifestyle little by little. I’m sure once we become more knowledgeable in this truth things will get easier because we will be able to handle situations the way we are supposed to.  

Ecclesiastes 7:19; “Wisdom strengtheneth the wise more than ten mighty men which are in the city.”

Revelations 1:3; “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.”


  1. What a wise and well written article. I like how the flow of the article continually calls all Israelite sisters to take action in their lives. Brianna’s quote is wonderful, she is so sharp and a blessing to all of us.

    I especially liked the series of questions:
    “How else are we to become the virtuous women we are to be? How are we to raise our kids properly? How can we be one with our husband? How can you run your household? How can we set the example for the younger women?”

    If you were to ask for a serious answer to the above questions, mine would be, “You can’t do any of those things without studying”.

    Thank you sis for this article

  2. Thawadah (thanks) for an ever so needful reminder for all us women!! Love Briana’s quote!!

  3. Great article sis!! We as women must be sharp just like the men

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