Nimrod Not A Rebellious Man but a Rebellious System

Yisrayl Hawkins clarifies the meaning of the word Nimrod as recorded in Genesis Chapter 10

To be acceptable with Yahweh, you’ve got to be made in Yahweh’s Likeness and Yahweh’s Image.

Genesis 4:7
7 If you do Righteousness, will you not be accepted?…

Or acceptable, if you do Righteousness.

Well, Righteousness, according to Deuteronomy 6:25 is keeping the Laws of Yahweh.
Righteousness according to Genesis 26:5 is keeping the Laws of Yahweh.
Righteousness according to I Yahchanan in the second part of the Book of Yahweh, or as you call the New Testament, I John or I Yahchanan 3:7 is practicing the Laws of Yahweh.

So He says, all the way through the Holy Scriptures, if you do Righteousness [practice Yahweh’s Laws] you will be accepted.

Genesis 4:7
7 And if you do not do Righteousness, sin…

Sin, I John 3:4, is the breaking of Yahweh’s Laws.

Can you say the Laws weren’t here after reading that?

What is sin? Sin is the breaking of Yahweh’s Laws.
You say it wasn’t given until Exodus 20? Read it again.

Genesis 4:7
7 … sin is crouching at your door. The desire to sin is with you, but you must overcome it!…

You must overcome it in order to be acceptable to Yahweh.

Now, with that in your mind, go over to Genesis 10.

Yahshua said to the Pharisees, what do you think, Whose Son is the Messiah?
And they answered, the Son of David. And then He said to them, in trying to get them to pay attention to what the Prophets said, He said, King David spoke under inspiration, under the guidance of the Spirit of Yahweh. King David spoke and said, My Ruler.

Now, how could he be his Ruler and yet Him his son? Now, He was trying to get them to think and that’s the reason I brought you here to this chapter because I want you to think about the Prophets and the Prophecies.

You’ve got to start believing every word that the Prophets have spoken.

And we’ll get back to His Writings and see what I’m proving to you and why He said this and, of course, they weren’t paying attention to the prophets. And He told them, you’re fools for not believing all that the prophets have spoken.

Well here, He shows the people that didn’t get washed away by the flood.
Genesis 10:1
1 Now these are the begettings of the sons of Noah: Shem, Ham, and Yapheth…

They were the people that all these people came from, from Noah and his descendants. There was nobody else left alive on the face of the earth. They all came from these people here and their bloodlines.

Genesis 10:6-8
6 The sons of Ham were Cush, Mitzraim, Put, and Canaan
7 The sons of Cush were Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah, and Sabtechah; and the sons of Raamah…
8 Cush begot Nimrod…

Well everyone thinks that was a man, but it wasn’t. It was rebellion. The word nimrod there means he rebelled, not speaking of Nimrod rebelled. Nimrod means rebellion.

Cush rebelled.

Now, if you’ll get that in your minds, then they won’t be able to deceive you with history as you go on down to Yahshua’s day – Yahshua Messiah and whose Son He was.

Genesis 10:8
8 Cush begot Nimrod…

Now this was not Cush’s son and the Hebrew means Cush fathered nimrod.

He became the father of this institution of rebellion. Cush begot rebellion. He fathered rebellion.

From the sons of Noah Cush started fathering rebellion against Yahweh
Genesis 10:8-9
8 … he began to be a mighty one on the earth.
9 He was a tyrant [Cush] who deceived, who turned against Yahweh; therefore it is said: Like Nimrod the tyrant who deceived, who turned again Yahweh…

It’s like saying we fathered the United States. We built the United States and it became a tyrant all over the world. Well, you can see that, but you can also see here where it actually came from.

Genesis 10:10
10 And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, Erech, Accad, and all of them in the land of Shinar; that is Babylon…

The margins of some marked references printing of the King James Version say this is the same Babylon spoken of in Revelation.

Well it is.

He fathered this. Cush fathered this system here and it became Babylon, confusion. This is what it is.

If you will read Leviticus 18, the whole chapter, and watch for the word confusion, you will see where it comes from; bestiality, sodomy, fornication, adultery, which is the fellowship with the Gods.

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