Not much else is known about his early life, except that he was raised in poverty, received little formal education, and claimed to have visions of God.
During his years as a young man, he traveled a great deal.
The group also believed in the doctrine of sanctification, a concept dating back to nineteenth-century Protestantism.
However, the group believed in an immediate, and not gradual, conversion and sanctification following the acceptance of Christ and a baptism of the Holy Spirit.
In 1905 he settled in Houston, where his family had moved.
That summer he served as the temporary replacement pastor for Lucy Farrow, a Holiness minister and niece of black abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
"Back in May, Minaj responded to Nas romance rumors, telling Ellen De Generes, "I'm just chillin' right now.
William Joseph Seymour (1870–1922) was a prominent African-American religious leader in the early twentieth century.During Seymour's infancy and childhood, his family had affiliations with the Baptist and Catholic churches.On September 4, 1870, he was baptized in a Catholic ceremony at the Church of the Assumption in Franklin, Louisiana.Then on Thursday, Nas posted a photo of himself with Minaj on Instagram with the caption, "Virgo Season With my Real One From Queens! Nas and John Seymour have recently just opened their second restaurant Sweet Chick in LA. Nicki has been to both spots and always supportive of him and his new ventures."But even though Minaj is supportive of Nas, it sounds like it's just a friendly relationship right now."They share a really close friendship and always has each other's back," the source tells [email protected] #hennessylife." Minaj also posted a sweet pic with Nas on social media. #Escobar Season."However, despite the show of PDA at the party, where guests enjoyed a variety of Hennessy cocktails including Nas' signature mixed drink, The Big Apple, along with a classic V. "Nicki is single now and dating but nothing serious. "Nicki is not the type to date around," our insider shared.