Deuteronomy
Chapter
28
Vers. 15 - 68
Deuteronomy 28
Proves African Americans (Negroes)
are the true children of Israel
The Shocking Truth About African Americans
Hosea 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge:
Spreading the Word
Our Challenge: We will publicly debate any "Bible Theologian" on the curses
of
Deuteronomy 28 to determine which group of people fit these curses!
The True Name Of God (YAH)
When Does YAH Start & End His Sabbath Day
The law pertaining to YAH 's seventh day Sabbath is one of the most sacred laws in The Holy
Scriptures. It is the first law that The Holy scriptures indicates that our CREATOR kept.
Gen 2:1-3

:1 " Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.
:2 " And on the seventh day ELOHIM ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the
seventh day from all his work which he had made. "
:3 " And ELOHIM blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested
from all his work which ELOHIM created and made. "
Also in Exodus 16:23 YAH states "Tomorrow is the rest of the Holy Sabbath unto YAH "

Furthermore it is the only law that YAH has given unto us (The Children of israEL) as a
sign
between him and The Children of YisraEL.
Read Ex. 31:12-17

This law also is a Perpetual Covenant, Ex. 31:16, which means that The Sabbath is an
agreement that YAH our CREATOR made with us , The Children of YisraEL , and himself forever.
Therefore YAH commanded us to remember the Sabbath day and keep it Holy.

Therefore it is absolutely imperative that we know when The Sabbath day starts and when The
Sabbath day ends.
Tradition
The reason this is so very important is because YAH 's law said not to add anything to the law,
and not to diminish anything from it. Deuteronomy 4:2 also read Deuteronomy 12:32 and
Proverbs 30:4-5. If anyone attempts to celebrate The Sabbath too early (Friday evening) or if
they attempt to celebrate it too late (Sunday morning) , they both would have broken YAH 's
law of the seventh day Sabbath.
Learn Not The Ways Of The Heathen
The Jewish people have added a lot of new laws to YAH's laws; for instance, the law in
Deuteronomy 14:21 where it states that thou shall not seethe a kid in his mother's milk. This
law simply means not to boil or cook a kid or goat in their own mother's milk. However the
Jewish Rabbis and the Black Rabbis that follow them , have interpreted this to mean, that one
cannot eat a cheeseburger or coldcuts with any cheese on it. (e.g. mix meat and dairy
together). Due to this fact many Jewish people have two refrigerators, one for their meats,
and another for dairy products. This is one case of them adding to YAH 's law.
Another way the Jewish people have added to YAH's law is by attempting to change certain
Holy days by sometimes adding a day, which would make the Holy day fall where it would
cause them the least amount of inconvenience. Such as The day Of Atonement. The Jewish
people have deliberately made sure that The day of Atonement never falls on a Friday or a
Sunday as to not have these two Holy days running together; such as The day of Atonement
falling before or right after the weekly Sabbath day. (Read the Encyclopedia of Judaism or
The Jewish Encyclopedia.)

Also to prevent Rosh Hashanah Rabbah (New Year) from falling on a Sabbath, the Jewish
Rabbis ordained that the first day of the Jewish New Year could not fall on a Sunday,
Wednesday or Friday.
Another way the Jewish Rabbi have attempted to change YAH's laws is concerning the
Seventh day Sabbath , they now have the Seventh day Sabbath starting in the evening
when it is getting dark, or becoming night, and not in the morning as YAH has designed it to
be. The problem is that most of us have been following traditions, and not the law of our
CREATOR THE MIGHTY ONE OF YISRAEL, who is our only lawgiver (Isa. 33:22) not the
Rabbi, nor the Sanhedrin court, But YAH only!
What is Day?
After THE CREATOR , created the heavens and the earth the very first thing that THE
MIGHTY ONE OF YISRAEL defines for us was the word day.

In the book of Genesis,
THE CREATOR gave us the undeniable and undisputable
definition of the word day.
Genesis 1:3-5

3)" And ELOHIM said , Let there be light : and there was light . 4) And ELOHIM saw the
light , that it was good : and ELOHIM divided the light from the darkness. 5) And
ELOHIM
called the light day , and the darkness he called Night . And the evening and the morning
were the first day."

Notice verse 5 it reads: " And
ELOHIM called the light day, and the darkness he called
Night . And the evening and the morning were the first day . "
(That is correct, day is defined as Light Only.)

The word darkness had an entirely different definition and meaning "all together."
darkness was called Night not day (Light) Now that we understand that THE MIGHTY ONE
called the Light day , what is the definition of the word Light The word Light comes from
the Hebrew word "ORE" which means illumination or luminary, bright, clear, day, light.
Morning Sun
The word illumination means to cause to be made bright or clear. Also according to
Strong's Concordance of the Bible , it states in number 216 that the word "ORE" is
defined as the morning sun . Therefore if day is defined as Light and one of the
definitions of Light is the morning sun then
a day begins with the very first light of
the morning.

Also remember what YAH said in Genesis 1:5 "And ELOHIM called the Light day "and"
the darkness he called Night. This let's us know that day (Light) "
and" Night (Darkness)
are two totally different periods of time.

The word "
and" is defined in Webster's New Word Dictionary of the American Language
Encyclopedia Edition, meaning 1.) Also, in addition, moreover, as well as. 2.) Plus , added
to, (like six "
and" two equals eight.) So what is being said in Genesis 1:5 not only is day
being defined as Light, But also, or in addition to this fact, Darkness means something
different "altogether."
Division
In addition to day and night being totally opposite of one another. According to Genesis
1:4, YAH
divided the Light (day) from the darkness (Night). The word divide comes from
the Hebrew root word (badal Strong's Concordance #914) which means to separate or to
distinguish, differ or to make a difference (this let's us know that if YAH wanted Light and
Darkness or day and Night to be the same he would "
not" have separated them.