Jesus Christ is Lord of the 10 United Region-States of Guyana S.A.

Welcome to InJew Nation in Christ Communiqué! : Saturday, July 8, 2015, “Heat Up” Year 2015:

Topic: Yahweh’s visitation with the Ethiopian Jew in the desert gave him, and our people today, a new outlook to worshipping Him with a guiltless conscience, i.e., through Christ, the greater High Priest of the perfect tabernacle in heaven



Beloved, today we put an end to this global “EYEPASS…,” marginalization and stigmatization on our people of color, starting per individual. My big question is, who gave these uncircumcised in heart, whoever they might be, the right to be so disrespectful towards Black People?  We blacks are to be blamed to some extent though, because we have been accepting their immature and uncivilized ways of thinking towards us. However, we forgive them for we know now better than they, especially because the Word of God confirms, that we originally are from Royal Stock, and of one of the highest civilization…, even at “the time of Reformation,” A.D.33 [Hebrews 8:10], as demonstrated by the literate Ethiopian Jew, even as he read from the book of Isaiah. [Acts 8:30-35] So let us work together as a team to earn back our respect in a global world where little or no respect is shown to us. As Israel, Africa has lost the political kingdom, but, Yahweh has both chosen and pointed Africa, and the descendants of Africans, to the everlasting Kingdom of Jesus the Christ, since 2015 years ago, during His Intervention with the Ethiopian Jew, and treasurer of Her Royal Highness Candace Queen of Ethiopians.


Beloved, let us first understand that we are a God chosen, and, thus, a respectable people, so let us behave as such. According to the Word of God, African and the descendants of Africans do have our biblical History which can be traced back to some 2015 years, that is, at “the time of Reformation” [Hebrews 9:10] when Yahweh in His infinite mercy and by divine intervention pointed us, Africans) to the risen Christ Jesus, who reformed and established the Second tabernacle. [Hebrews 9:11-14] We know that we Blacks came originally from a Royal line. And we also know that Yahweh personally visited us, African People, “in the time of reformation” (commenced A.D.33). And through our representative and brother, the Ethiopian Jew and treasurer of her Majesty Candace Queen of the Ethiopians: He demonstrated to African People that He disallowed the sacrifice of bulls and goats; and that the blood of animals could not remove guilt from the consciences of worshippers. Also, that the guilty consciences of worshippers could only become guiltless by the blood of Christ, who became intercessor and everlasting High Priest of the heavenly tabernacle, and ahead of the House of God.” Today, we, InJew Nation in Christ, cherish our Biblical History, [Acts 8:26-40], and tradition. And we rejoice, even as we continue to practice our Divine cultural inheritance namely, true worship of Yahweh our heavenly Father, through Christ the Son of God. Let us give Yahweh praise.


Beloved, our biblical history and culture in Christ is second to none! It is a tradition with roots in the New Testament [Acts 8:26-40], which we were seemingly blinded to, but Yahweh, to Him be glory and praise, in His infinite mercy has opened our eyes to see the light of His Word that is shining along our pathway. So from now on we are primarily concerned about how Yahweh the Most High God defines and identifies with us, the people of color,— a people, whom He loves and cares about, [Amos 9:7]. For example: In demonstrating His love for Ethiopians (and for our information, Ancient Ethiopia is Ancient Africa), Yahweh sought out and converted the renown original Ethiopian Jew, and treasurer of Candace Queen of the Ethiopians, “in the time of Reformation” about A.D.33. [Hebrews 9:10] Let us give Yahweh praise! Amen.

Historically, the miraculous outpouring of the Holy Spirit, A.D 33, marked the commencement of “the time of REFORMATION,” [Hebrews 9:10] and of REJOICING for Jerusalem Jews in Christ [Acts 2:41-42], the Samaritans believers in Christ [Acts 8:5-8]; and the Ethiopian Jew in Christ, who went home rejoicing [Acts 8:39] after his personal encounter with God Almighty, and Christ Jesus, and Philip the Evangelist, who preached Jesus Christ to Him [Acts 8:35] on the Southern Way that goeth down from Jerusalem to Gaza.


The blessings of the Reformation, and Rejoicing continues with us, the InJew Nation in Christ, (Guyana, South America), this twenty first century. Through revelation knowledge, we understand that since the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost A.D.33, the Spirit signaled that the way into the Holiest of all was made manifest!  It is noteworthy that Yahweh’s intervention, and subsequent conversion of the renowned Ethiopian Jew, and our brother in Christ, some 2015 years ago, was to affect a great spiritual awakening starting at the head of the Royal kingdom on the continent of Africa, and beyond. And that our Ethiopian brother in Christ would have taking to Africa, his new found faith in Christ, who came in the volume of the book (God’s Word) to do His (father’s) will. Thus God Almighty, and Christ took away the ancient religious practice of the first tabernacle, that is, “sacrifice and offering and offering for sin which Yahweh rendered null and void, because God Almighty had no pleasure in them: that He may establish the second tabernacle, the Reformed Tabernacle, “by which we are sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once and for all.”[Hebrews 10:10] Interestingly, “every high Priest standeth daily ministering and offering oftentimes the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins: But Jesus the Christ, “after he had offered one sacrifice for sins for ever, sat down on the right hand of God, from henceforth expecting till his enemies be made His footstool. For by one offering He hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified. “[Hebrews 10:11-14]


Beloved, all we like sheep have gone astray, we have turned every man to his own way; and the Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity of us all.” [Isaiah 53:6] Christ Jesus is important to Africans, and to all nations. Let us take the Word of God seriously, and repent of our sins and return to God Almighty, through Christ Jesus our Savior. Let us apply the Word to our lives first, and then share Christ with our fellow men.  Thankfully, the 120 disciples in the upper room, the 3000 and the 5000 Jews, the Samaritans and the Ethiopian Jew and treasurer, who accepted Christ were among the first fruits to benefit from the blessings of the Divine Reformation of A.D.33. It came into effect when Christ entered NOT into the holy places made with hands, which are the figures of the true, “BUT into the heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us.” [Hebrews 9:24]  Let us be thankful to Yahweh for His faithfulness towards us, Brethren.

Today, we rejoice in our salvation, and give Yahweh the highest praise through Christ, because through His infinite mercy, He has taken African worship beyond meaningless worship: animal sacrifice, and blood sprinkling to wash away sins: to true worship of God Almighty, and one of the highest consciousness in Christ, who “through the eternal Spirit, offered Himself without spot to God.” And joyfully, whose blood alone can purge our “conscience from dead works to serve the living God.” [Hebrews 8: 14] Let us give Yahweh praise for giving us Christ His Son. [John 3:16]

Beloved, being again born and guiltless before God Almighty, through the shed blood of Christ is a great blessing. It is written, “Being justified by faith, we have peace with God, through our Lord Jesus Christ.” [Romans 8:1] It is the best thing that has ever happened to a believer in Christ. Let us give Yahweh praise!


Concerning our African identity, we, InJew Nation in Christ, (Guyana, S.A.)  love originality. Being Black is outstanding! And while we love the human race, we do not want to look like others, so we do not need false makeovers, for example, bleaching our skins, hiding behind a plastic mask, wearing of wigs, etceteras: lest we fly in Yahweh’s face. Amen? All we need to do is to live a balanced and a holy lifestyle that reflects God Almighty, and Christ Jesus, the Son of the living God, that men may come to the light, who is Christ Jesus. Amen? For Christ is the only one who has:

“Consecrated a new and living way for us through the veil, that is to say, His flesh,” [Hebrews 10:20] “and having an high priest over the house of God; let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience, and our bodies washed with pure water.” [Hebrews 21-22]

May the God of peace richly bless you and your household, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Serving in newness of spirit,

Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson  

History and Culture

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 Symbol of InJewism -The Religion of the InJew Nation of Christ; with roots in Guyana, South America.

Symbol of InJewism -The Religion of the InJew Nation in Christ; with roots in Guyana, South America.[Rom. 2: 29; 1 Peter 2:9-10]

Monday, February 09, “Heat Up” 2015

Welcome to Culture and History !

.“Biological traits could not be the basis for group foundation unless they were conceived as shared characteristics. It was this shared perception and common customs that create and distinguish one ethnicity from another.” [Max Weber 1906]        

Caste, is the Root Cause of Division!! But the Majority of the Electorate Collective Opinion on, and Non Racial Voting Practice (NRVP), against Racial Voting (RV), will create and distinguish the Group from all other; and will win the Elections on May 11; and beyond.                                          —Pastor:Elder Wilfred A. Wilson                                            

Back Ground History

In traditional Indian Society, the use of the term “Untouchables”, with alternates titles: Dalit, External Cast, Harijan, and Panchama, refers to any member of a wide variety of low caste Hindu groups, including any person outside the Caste System. However, due to the constitution adopted by both India in 1949, and Pakistan in 1953, respectively, the use of the term “Untouchables” and the collective restrictions associated with it, were declared illegal. Thus, in lieu of, the term “Untouchables, “an euphemism, is used, namely, Dalit, and this also carries negative undertones; but in India the “Scheduled Class” in most commonly used. The term “Untouchables” is also a major category under which varieties of hereditary Castes fall, and adhere to the social rule of Endogamy—ensuring marriage within the Caste Community.

The Scheduled Castes, with a population of one hundred and seventy million (170, 000,000), was so classified on basis of the work they did, their way of life and their ritualistic activities— which the higher castes considered polluted, for example, such work like handling the dead, and things dead, urine, feces; eating pork, chicken, doing watchmen job, etc.: while the indigenous Indians, (the Orthodox Castes) with a population of 84,000,000 are now referred to as Scheduled Tribes, were so classified because of what they ate only.

Princess Diana, reaching out to the Untouchables in India

Princess Diana, reaching out to the Untouchables in India

The lower castes were restricted to hamlets outside the town or

village boundary; also from entering temples, schools; and from wells which the higher castes drew their water. They (Low Class) were to some high castes, a serious pollution if touched, while to others, the untouchables’ mere sight was to them, a similar pollution. As a result many moved about at nights: and many sought their freedom “through conversion to Christianity, Islam, or Buddhism.” Today, the Indians’ constitution has established both the schedule castes, and the schedule tribes, i.e., the indigenous Indians, who fall outside the Indian social hierarchy: by providing them with special educational and vocational privileges, and proper representation in parliament; under the untouchable Offence Act 1955. In spite of this, due to existing traditional divisions between the pure and the polluted caste groups, the latter’s emancipation is a slowed down.

 About the group who came

This group who came to Guiana’s shores as indentured laborers, and in spite of their caste system, they were forced to live closely together in the very places the freed slaves once occupied, lived under the same harsh conditions as slaves, and were even flogged with the cat-o-nine- tails without mercy by the planters. In truth and in fact, they endured some tough aspects of slavery at the hands of the planters from 1838 to1845: before the indentured laborers’ program was temporarily stopped. Interestingly, a commission of inquiry was even sent from England to Guiana about that time to investigate into the harsh treatment of Indentured laborers by the Planters. That done, and conditions began to change progressively during the arrival of the Portuguese in 1845, India lifted the restriction and the Indian Indentured laborers’ program started again.

Musing the nature and causes of the divide                                                                 

The British Ship that brought the Indian indentured laborers to British Guiana in 1838

The British Ship that brought the Indian indentured laborers to British Guiana in 1838

Today, existing in our multi racial society Guyana could be a traditional caste culture, of a group that is an integral part of our Guyanese society. A group who, perhaps, undoubtedly might have been influenced by their history, and the very caste system they once ran away from. And, also, may have in time considered itself an elite class above all others, and therefore to vote race is best in their group’s interest in order to stay up there; hence the current divide between the two major races— it would appear.  For example: when it comes to an event, say, national election, racial voting is encouraged (but not all Guyanese Indians vote race and likewise not all Guyanese Africans). And because of the racial attitude of some, social and economical progress is slowed down especially.

 How longer will this stale born “pickney” (racial voting) be allowed to keep the people divided; especially during national elections? How long will it stand in the way of progress, discourage foreign investors, and slow down our economy? It is therefore important that all the multi-racial groups for positive change come together, and move this obstinate, spoiled child  (racial voting) out of the way, for the common good.

If the Electorate become fully aware of the importance of Non Racial Voting (NRV) for issues that will benefit us, and for democracy, at the upcoming elections on May 11, and how it (the electorate) can transform Guyana initially just within 24 hours; then it must first establish a foundation with a shared distinctiveness or uniqueness.

For example, like the opinion that Non Racial Voting for matters that would be beneficial to everyone, is better than Racial Voting that has proven to be neither any real benefit to the people, nor to the country. If everyone share this OPINION and pass it down as a norm to all new members of the group, who will in turn pass it down …, then the Collective View on that OPINION,  plus the common custom of voting based on that OPINION, would create and distinguish this particular group of the Electorate—  way of voting from all others.

According to Max Weber (1906-11), “It was this shared perception and common customs that create and distinguish one ethnicity from another.”

.Comments & Conclusion

Non racial voting based on issues is a solution that could defeat racial voting, provided that, this culture is taught and established and shared widely in our ten regions within a limited time of three months. It is possible that, it (the program) will affect positive change/s, apart from other strategies in progress. Knowledge is power you see. The increase of voters against racial voting at the upcoming elections on May 11; when compared to the results of the previous election in 2011, will have determined the percentage of the electorate in the ten regions that would have learnt and practice the non racial voting culture. And since the APNU is all about Non Racial Voting (NRV), Democracy, and solving issues affecting Guyana and the Guyanese people; who would not want to support the APNU? It is most likely that people, who really want real change, and have become the change, would support the APNU, which is of itself the change; and would bring the desired change to Guyana, and Guyanese.

Below is a message in song from our Guyanese children, and a section that represents Guyana’ future, and Leaders,too.. Remember all of Guyana’s children in your planning and decision making, Leaders, all.

Please click the white arrow, and listen to a beautiful song entitled, “If we hold on together our dreams will never die”: by The Success Elementary School (Guyana) choir. Enjooooooy! Amen!

 —By Wilfred A. Wilson