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An in-depth inspired explanation of the nature of God the Father of all, ― by Pastor: elder Wilfred A. Wilson Guy #2. 10

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Redeeming Luv Greetings to: the Inward Jew Nation in Christ, all seekers of truth and of the Kingdom; worldwide.

Beloved, this is Saturday, March 5, 2016! Rejoice and receive your March blessings for Restoration and New Beginnings, by faith in Jesus’ name! Today Redeeming Luv brings you another inspired message from the throne of God, to: liberate you in Christ, cheer you up, inspire your thinking, and build you up in the most holy Faith, in Jesus’ name.

Beloved, we, the Inward Jew Nation in Christ (Guyana, South America) believe that:

1. Since in the beginning Yahweh the Most High God (the Highest of all) has been sharing His Divinity (sole Godhead Status), in His dual relationship with His Son (the Word), who is distinct from Him. [Colossians 1: 16-17 & 19, 2:9; 1 John 1:1-4]

2. Yahweh in a single (Monos) God, the Father of all and Most High God, who is a divine Spirit. [John 4: 23-24]  It is written, “Hear, O Israel: the Lord our God is one Lord….” [Deuteronomy 6:4-5; 1 Corinthians 8:4-6; 11 John verse 3]

3. (a) Yahweh the Most High God changes not. It is written, “For I am the Lord, I change not. Therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.” [Malachi 3:6], and

(b) “God is not a man, that He should lie; neither the son of man that He should repent.” [Numbers 23:18-19]

Inside the nature of God the Father of all

Embedded in the nature of God, was the Word, who is distinct from God His Father, and the Paraclete i.e. the Holy Spirit and promised Comforter that proceeded from God. In the lines of John 15:26-27 Jesus said to His Disciples, “But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, He shall testify of me: and ye also shall bear witness, because ye have been with me from the beginning.”  The paraclete, or Holy Spirit, or the Spirit of God, is the one and same Spirit, and is actually the continuation, or extension of Yahweh, our heavenly Father, who is a divine Spirit. So both the Word and the Holy Spirit of God with origin in Yahweh, our God and Father of all, have attributes as God, for example, as distinct Divinities, they are: Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient, they both have a will, a mind, they can think and feel and reason, too. With regards to the Word, as Deity or Divinity, He is a celestial body in the celestial world with God His Father, and had the honor and the privilege of being glorified with the said glory of God His Father. [John 17:5] It is written, “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, the same in the beginning was with God.” [John 1:1-2]  Again, “… And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was.” [John 17:5 

The Word as a Seed

The Eternal Word was/is also a Seed, the incorruptible Seed. There are some important facts about a Seed which we need to know in order to relate it to the Word of God―the incorruptible Seed. First its definition, i.e. “A seed is a young plant with a little root, and a still smaller stem and leaf or leaves. It is generally enclosed in a skin to protect it, and often has some food packed in with it, to help it through the earliest stage of life.” Below is an illustration of a split Bean seed. Interestingly, the Bean seed has two seed leaves while the Corn seed has only one.

The Bean, and the Corn seeds

A SPLIT Bean, and A split Corn seed

So the nature or the life of the Bean, or the Corn is within their seed. As the Bean, or the Corn seed, the nature, or the life of the incorruptible Seed is in the WORD.  Concerning the Word it is written, “In Him was life.” [John 1:4] In spite of the fact that a believer from the heart, may not be able to physically split the incorruptible Seed, this is, the Word. [1 Peter 4:23] He/she knows what the scripture says about the Word, that is, (1) He was from the beginning for He originated in God His Father, who has no beginning or ending, and (2) It says, “In Him was life….” [John 1:4] So then IN the divine Word i.e. the divine Seed is Life, and the Seed is the Life of the Word. Therefore He that has the Word has Life Eternal. [1 John 5:11-12] Thus the nature of the Word determines who or what would come forth from the particular seed. As the single seed leaf that is present in the Corn bean, even so the only Son of God was present in the divine Word, and when the Word was made flesh the one and only begotten Son of God was born of a virgin Mary, either on A.D.4, or A.D. 6, in the month of HESHVAN i.e. October -November. Amen.

The Word and His Choice

The divine Word had a MIND among other attributes of God His Father, and being a Deity, He “Thought it not robbery to be equal with God, but made Himself of no reputation, and took upon Him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men….” [Philippians 2:5-7] So the Word, rather than remaining in the form of God in the celestial world, was decisive on taking upon Him the form of a servant in the terrestrial world.

 Interestingly, however, according to His Son’s own decision to take upon Himself the form of a servant ,Yahweh, before He was to bring in the first begotten into the terrestrial world, in whatever celestial shape/form the Word was in then, He said, “Let all the angels of God worship Him.” [Hebrews 1:6]  As a result, when He cometh into the world, Jesus said, “Sacrifice and offering thou wouldest not, but a body has thou prepared me; In burnt offerings and sacrifices for sin thou hast had no pleasure. Then said I, Lo, I come (in the volume of the book it is written of me,) to do thy will O God … Therefore Jesus the Christ took away the earthly tabernacle on earth, which was a copy of the true one in heaven, in order to establish the true one in Heaven: by which we are sanctified through the offering of the body of Christ once and for all.” [Hebrews 10:5-11]

The Angel spoke into Mary’s spirit

In the meantime, however,  prior to His coming into the terrestrial world, the Angel spoke into the spirit of the virgin Mary, in the month of Adar, the sixth month (February- March) in either A.D. 4 or A.D. 6 and said:

 “Hail thou that art highly favored, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women … Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found favor with God. And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a Son, and shalt call His name Jesus. He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto Him the throne of his Father David.” St. Luke 1:28 & 30-33]

Note-worthily, is the time in history i.e. Adar (Feb-March) A.D.4, or A.D.6, when the entire plan of God, and the purpose of the “WORD” and divine SEED was transmitted to the virgin Mary, in that the Angel spoke them into her spirit. And also her response to the divine strategy of how she would conceive to fulfill God’s will and purpose for His Son. According to the Angel the strategy and the ownership was:

“The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.” [Luke 1:35]

Mary’s response to the Angel, and her conception

In response to the Angel, Mary accepted and said to the Him, “Behold the handmade of the lord; be it unto me according to thy Word. “ [Luke 1:28 & 30-33, & 38]  Thus by answering in the affirmative, Mary received and believed the Word (divine Seed) which  was spiritually spoken into her spirit, and subsequently conceived and gave birth to the Son of God, who was 100% man with 100% fullness of God His heavenly Father, “For it pleased the Father that in Him should all fullness dwell.” [John 1:14-17; Colossians 1:19] Mary’s actual conception according to the scripture became a reality the moment she believed, and the Holy Ghost came upon her, and the power of the Highest overshadowed her. [Luke 1:35]

There is only one Spirit of God

Initially, the power of the Highest was demonstrated on the Face of the waters since in the beginning. The scripture says, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God (God’s Spirit) moved upon the face of the waters. [Genesis 1:1-2] God, who is a divine Spirit, extended Himself upon the face of the waters. Therefore in spite of the many names used synonymously viz. Comforter, Holy Spirit, the Spirit, the Spirit of God, (the Father of all,) is only One Spirit. [John 4:23-24] As always when Jesus was on earth He pointed many to a Single God and Father. For example: During His encounter with the woman of Samaria, who went to draw water from Jacob’s well which was located on a piece of ground at Sychar, a City of Samaria, He said to her:

 “But the hour cometh and now is, when the true worshipers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship Him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in Spirit and in truth.” [John 4:23-24]

An understanding of God’s power and the continuation of His one Spirit

The continuation or the extinction of God’s Spirit can be understood more clearly if one has an understanding of how an Electrical Generating Station operates and distributes power. Below is an illustration of a Generating Station.

Electrical power is generated at the Station, and transmitted to load centers through an electrical transmission system.

Electrical power is generated at the Station, and transmitted to load centers through an electrical transmission system.

Electrical power is generated at the Station, and transmitted to load centers through an electrical transmission system. A load Centre is a place where maximum power is consumed. Electricity is further distributed and supplied to each domestic, commercial and industrial consumer through step down transformers and other adequate devises to maintain maximum voltage and current flow through the various service wires leading to homes, factories and industrial centers.

Similarly, God’s supreme power is transmitted through the extension of His Spirit, i.e. the Holy Spirit to individuals,[John 14:16-18, & 26] groups, and places, events, [Acts 2:1-11, 38-42, 8:26-39] and things, and  everywhere. [Acts 2:14-21] For example, in the case of the virgin Mary, He transmitted His power through the Holy Ghost, and “that holy thing that was born of her was called the Son of God.” [Luke 1:35] Amen.

Again, Mary empowered by the Holy Ghost involuntarily transmitted the power of God through Him (the Holy Ghost) to her cousin Elizabeth, who conceived in the month of TISHRI, that is, September-October, in either A.D. 4, or A.D.6, when she visited her home in Judea, in ADAR , this is, February-March, and saluted her. It is written:

“And Mary arose in those days, and went into the hill country with haste, into a City of Judah; and entered into the house of Zechariah, and saluted Elizabeth. And it came to pass that, that, when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost.” [Luke 1:39-41]

Beloved, how true is the saying, “Like things begat like things.”

Again, another demonstration of the power of God the Father of all, through his continuing Spirit, the paraclete, was in the Time of Reformation i.e. A.D.33 when Christ became: “An High Priest of good things to come, by a greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made with hangs, that is to say, not of this building; neither by the blood of goats and calves, but by His own blood He entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us.” [Hebrews 9:11-12] Let us give Yahweh the Highest, praise, Hallelujah.

As a Generating Station which transmits its power through its transmission System to load centers…, the power of Yahweh is transmitted through the Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit to individuals and groups and everywhere throughout the worlds. For example, in A.D. 33 on the day of Pentecost, the power of Yahweh was demonstrated in no little way when the Disciples “were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And there appeared unto them tongues like of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.” [Acts 2:1-4]  

My brief Comment

Finally, the power generated at the Station is the same power that is transmitted to Storage Centers, and thence to a wide range from domestic to industrial outlets through appropriate transformers and other devices. Similarly, God is the source of supernatural power which overshadows the object upon which the Holy Ghost, or the continuation of His Spirit, comes upon. [Luke 1:35] And since God the Father is a Spirit Person, (in the sense that, as a person He has a mind, and a will, also He thinks and feels, and reasons for Himself etc.,) and His extension, namely, the Spirit, this is, the Holy Spirit and Comforter which dwells in the Believer demonstrates similar attributes as God the Father, then the Holy Spirit is the one and same Spirit of God the Father. Therefore, instead of three distinct Spirit persons in the nature of God, there are only two (2) distinct Spirit Persons in His nature, that is, God the Father Himself and the Word; and the reason why this is so is because the Holy Spirit is an extension of God’s Spirit. He is the one and same Spirit of God the Father of all.

Beloved, Digest and be Blessed, in Jesus’ name.  It is written, “There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling: One Lord, one faith, one baptism, One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all.” [Ephesians 4:4-5]  This is the Word of God.

May Yahweh richly bless you and your household, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Serving in newness of spirit,

Redeeming Luv.

MOTTO: CHARITY, CHASTE CONDUCT, CHEERFULNESS, AND CHANGE – INWARDLY

 

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History and Culture

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

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TOPIC: An understanding of the Indentured East Indians Journey on the plantations in British Guiana.

A brief Summary of Indentured East Indian Labourers to British Guiana: The abolition of slavery in 1838, and the absence of forced labour, resulted into a steep decline of 60% in the agriculture production in British Guiana, and numerous plantations were forced to shut down. Subsequently, a new form of slavery was commenced when the owners of the Plantations sought immigrants from Europe and the British West indies, for example England, Germany, Ireland, and W.I: and the Indentured System initiated. But these immigrants did not last long on the plantations due to tropical heat and laborious work conditions. So the British in Guiana, a super power then, had a British presence in Uttar Pradesh, a North Indian province since 1765, and through their Calcutta recruiting agency there, they employed thousands of poor, unemployed, and exploited Indians, (by the ruling class), between the ages of 10-30 years; including smaller batches who hailed from Bihr, Karachi, Lahore, Punjab, and Afghanistan, just to mention a few. And all these  according to the Indian Caste System, with their minds bent on escaping the poor, social, economic conditions, and political oppression, having been given a passage to Guiana and a place to stay, by their own choice, went on board the British ship, namely, the Whitby, and another ship, namely, the Hesperus, at the Calcutta’s Port, where they set sail on January 13, and 29, 1838, respectively, and were bound for British Guiana. On May 05, 1838, the former ship, with the first group of Indians numbered 249, arrived in Berbice with 244, five of which were women, and 5 died at sea: while the latter, the Hesperus, which set sail from Port Calcutta, on January 29, 1838, arrived in Berbice, British Guiana, with 165 more East Indians, six of that amount were women, and 13 died at sea.  East Indians, or the Jahan people (People of the Ship) worked very hard under given conditions, endure the heat, but it was “extremely hot” for those (the largest group), who came from and Punjab, so much so that their skin became red. Below shows the Origin and Dreakdown of Indian Immigrants to British Guiana (1838) East Indian Indentureship .

Origin and Dreakdown of Indian Immigrants to British Guiana (1838)

“Between 1838 and 1917 over 500 ship voyages with 238,909 Indentured Indian immigrants came to Guyana; while 75,898 of them or their children returned to India. The vast majority of the Indian Immigrants that came were from the Hindustani (or Hindi) speaking areas of North India. The most popular Hindustani dialect spoken among these immigrants was Bhojpuri (spoken in east Uttar Pradesh and west Bihar), followed by Awadhi (spoken in central Uttar Pradesh). 62% of the Indian Immigrants to Guyana came from districts that are now part of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, 21% from districts that are now part of Bihar state, 6% were from prepartioned Bengal, 3% from what are today Orissa and Jharkhand states, 3% from what is today Tamil Nadu state, 3% from Central India, 1% from prepartioned Punjab and the remaining 1% from the rest of India. (96.8% of all the Indian Immigrants to Guyana left from the port of Calcutta in North India, and 3.2% from the port of Madras in South India)

The religious breakdown of the Indian immigrants to Guyana were 85% Hindus and 15% Muslims.

“While no solidified caste groups survived the early colonial period, Indenture documents of the Indian immigrants to Guyana found that 11% were Hindus who were classified as Brahmin, Bhumihar, Chatri, Rajput and Thakur castes. 1% were Hindus of the merchant or writer castes, 30% were Hindus of the medium agricultural castes, 9% were Hindus of the artisan castes, 2% were Hindus of the petty trading castes, 2% were Hindus of fishermen and boatmen castes, 25% were Hindus who were from menial or dalit castes, 3% were Hindus who were Madrasis, 2% were Hill Coolies or Tribals, and the remaining 15% were Muslims regardless of their caste origins.

The only acknowledgment the colonial government and the plantation managers gave to caste differences was their distrust of the Brahims as potential leaders.East Indians workers were housed together and placed in work gangs without consideration of caste.”

How the East Indians and Indentured Servants, were treated on the Plantations

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The Indians suffered tremendously because of the harsh living conditions on the plantations.

“Although slavery was abolished, plantation owners still had the mentality of slavery and mistreated the Indians. In 1838, when the Indians first arrive, and were forced to live under the harsh conditions, a number of Indians had escape across the rivers and into the woods. As they escaped, they were caught and flogged and some were found dead. There were no doctors to help them so they found their own medicine. They rubbed salted pickle on their backs to fight infectious diseases and to heal the wounds from the whips.”

“…Working conditions under this “new form of slavery” turned out to be not much better than under slavery. Soon after their arrival in British Guiana stories of severe ill treatment of the servants, at the hands of the planters” overseers, including flogging with the cat-o-nine tail were reported to Governor Henry Light. According to one eyewitness, Elizabeth Caesar, a former house-slave gave evidence that “The Coolies were locked up in the sick house, and next morning they were flogged with a cat-o’-nine-tails; the manager was in the house, and they flogged the people under his house; they were tied to the post of the gallery of the manager’s house; I cannot tell how many licks; he gave them enough. I saw blood. When they were flogged at manager’s house, they rubbed salt pickle on their backs.

On the 31st January 1839 Special Justice Coleman was sent by the British Crown to inspect conditions on the five plantations. He found evidence of extremely harsh treatment with many of the immigrants suffering from wounds inflicted by the overseers and drivers (some of whom were former slaves). Justice Coleman also mentioned the incident of the first two servants (Jumun and Pultun, both of them Muslims) indentured to Gladstone Plantation at Vreed-en-Hoop who were the first to rebel against the slave-like conditions under which they were forced to labor. A second convoy – Sir M. Mc Turk – was appointed by the British Court of Policy to report on the situation as well. When he visited the hospital on the Gladstone plantation he observed that – “the coolies in it were not suffering merely from sores; they had mortified ulcers, their flesh rotting on their bones, their toes dropping off and some of them were in a dangerous state from fever, and all were in the utmost despondency.”

When news of their slave-like treatment reached Hindustan, the British Government suspended East Indian immigration in 1841.” However it was resumed again in 1645 when conditions got better on the plantations in the Americas. 

170th anniversary of Indian arrival in Guyana by “BK”

When news of their slave-like treatment reached Hindustan, the British Government suspended East Indian immigration in 1841.” However it was resumed again in 1645 when conditions got better on the plantations in the Americas.

Comment and Conclusion

In as much as Indentureship System was a harsh one for the East Indians labourers on the Plantations, it cannot be compared to that of Slavery.  Unlike the Indentured East Indian laborers whose worst treatment would have lasted less than seven years, my ancestors endured the worst kind Slavery each day for about 400 years. Further, African slaves were stripped of everything, for example,  their names, langusge, culture: their wives and children were taken from them, and the African pride was hurt badly, just to mention a few. An interesting observation is that the Planters paid no interest in the Indian caste structure, and that went to the wind after a period of time. But the British kept their eyes on the Brahmins because of their leadership abilities. As a result, the the caste groups which included  the 25-30% untouchables” worked together, and vise versa, and all were flogged and treated badly alike. But one good thing that came out of that putting together of all the caste groups was, that they found out a way to tolerate the “untouchables,” and to communicate in a dialect that was common to all,e.g.Urdu: ‘for all did not speak the same languages.

Another remarkable act was that of the former house slave, Elizabeth Caesar, an eye witness to the severe flogging of Indians, who boldly told Governor Henry Light, about the harsh treatment the East Indians received at the hands of the planters. So there was always that goodwill  and solidarity between Africans and East Indians, ever since India was a part of Africa, and more so under African rule. Interestingly,  I grew up seeing this spirit of cooperation and  care among the two major races im my country, Guyana, until politics divided and polarized some. In spite of what may have happened in the past, the two leaders have died, may their souls rest in peace. Life must go on. Now, let us put death to racism within us, and move on with our lives, and let us come together as a people and work hard for the betterment and common good of our children, nation, and country, in Jesus’ name. Let us pray that Almighty God makes all Guyanese, individuals and groups,  a Channel of His peace.  This message in song is beautifully rendered by Success Elementary School  Choir (Guyana). Enjoy. Shalom.

   -by Pastor: Elder Wilfred A. Wilson

 Low caste boy killed by high caste man

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