One of this world’s many evils is racism, and the things that racists treasure most not only are why life is being choked out of Yeshua’s Gospel but also are why life is being choked out of America’s African-American citizens.
Lying about the curse of Ham – saying Ham’s descendants are blacks and blacks were created to be slaves because they were/are the inferior “race” – is:
Perceptual diarrhea –
Of slavery justification.
As saved and Holy Spirit-filled Yeshua followers, our vision has the potential of functioning with normal sharpness (perfect discernment, righteous judgment, and godly spirituality). Starting this month, let us repeatedly make a conscious effort to not let only our hindsight be twenty-twenty. Let us strive to make sure that our foresight (prudence, wisdom, insight) also has normal sharpness.
Many Christians annually celebrate man-made holidays that are rooted in paganism and based on lies and myths. By doing so, these Christians demonstrate just how unfaithful they are to Yeshua and to YeHoVaH.
Every poem in my soon-to-be-published Moody Woman anthology reflects the particular mood I was in when I composed each one. In this collection of poetry, I poetically describe my romantic, melancholy, humorous, mysterious, spiritual, peaceful, cheerful, and chaotic moods as though they are natural. In other words, my poetry is being used to express my “inside weather” – my mood swings. Therefore, every poem in this collection most definitely is my way of rejecting the widely accepted notion that moodiness is an unhealthy pathological condition.
So keep your thoughts continually fixed on all that is authentic and real, honorable and admirable, beautiful and respectful, pure …
Christ loves me, and I love Him. That is why, for me, staying strong and loyal to my Lord is my only option. No matter whatever weaknesses I may have or whatever troubles, persecutions, mistreatments, or sorrows that may come my way, I can rest assured that Christ, my spiritual Husband, won’t ever betray me or forsake me.
This second anniversary of Ade’s death is very significant. Thanks to Father God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit, I have done something, which on May 2, 2017, I didn’t think it would have ever been possible. I have survived two whole years without my oldest son, who was and still is someone as enormously important to me as life itself.
On April 30th, I will forever be reminded that this day in 2017 was the last time
Ade enjoyed his birthday in the land of the living. Additionally, I will forever be
reminded that the one flower I would love to see in full bloom in May—my son,
Ade—was instead plucked from the garden of life on May 2nd.
Profound truth that is hard-hitting to most people, believers in Christ included, often isn’t readily accepted; that is because insightful, uncomfortable truths expose who people are—hypocrites. It’s amazing how that exposure can be achieved in just three lines.