“The Promise of All Time” “The Covenant” “I Will Be With You!” “You’re Never Alone!” “I Will Not Leave You!” “I Will Not Forsake You!”

Doesn’t sound like a person, does it? There are many broken promises. We know. We don’t want to recall how many times someone has not lived up to our expectations (which can be unrealistic and even humanly impossible) especially when they have promised to keep their word to us. That’s part of human nature, the fleshly part of us and our thinking; because not one of us is perfect. And part of that imperfection is not sticking to our word without fail. Things happen. Those things may not be an excuse for not keeping our word. There are unexpected circumstances;...

“The Promise Made. The Promise Kept”

Promise? You promised! Do you promise? When will you do it? I’m waiting for you to keep your promise. If you make a promise to someone: your wife, your husband, your friend, your relative, your child/children, they want to know when will you keep that promise? When will you do what you said you were going to do? Sometimes promises are made and the person has no intent to keep their word. Who, above all others do you expect to keep their word and hold to their promise? For me, I say, the Lord first. But, I also want the...

“State of The World” Part 2 “HE Knows Who You Are. He Knows Where You Live. He Knows Your Name. He Knows. He Knows. “What’s The Next Big Surprise?” “Looking Beyond CoronaV”

Moses, along with other great prophets, had first hand experiences communicating with the LORD, listening to the LORD and following His instructions and mandates. The expression,” the LORD said” was made some 45 times in Exodus: to Moses, to Aaron, to Pharaoh and to others. Why is this important? In looking at Exodus and the experiences in a more narrative way, we can grasp the sense of these great signs and miracles done by Moses at the directive of God and with Moses prophet, Aaron. Some are hesitant to believe that the Lord is 
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“State Of The World” “The Way Out” Part 1 “What’s The Next Big Surprise?”

Well, you have heard about the supernatural dramatic devastation of the Pharaoh and his army with the war between God (THE LORD) JAH (the name of the redeemer) and the gods of Egypt? Those who were enslaved (Hebrews) had been desiring to be redeemed from their slave status for more than 400 years. The appointed deliverer, Moses, was slated to carry out the “exodus-the way out.” This record is recorded in the Old Testament–the book of “Exodus,” the book of Redemption. The Exodus itself is the work of redemption. Many of these words can be related to New Testament as...

“The Education Football” Brown vs. Board of Education-Part 2

The new Chief Justice, displaying considerable political skill and determination, the new chief justice succeeded in engineering a unanimous verdict against school segregation the following year. In the decision, issued on May 17, 1954, Warren wrote that “in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place,” as segregated schools are “inherently unequal.” As a result, the Court ruled that the plaintiffs were being “deprived of the equal protection of the laws guaranteed by the 14th Amendment.” Little Rock Nine In its verdict, the Supreme Court did not specify how exactly schools should be integrated,...

Brown vs. Board of Education**It’s Still Happening! Part 1

Claim to be the birthplace of Memorial Day. Researchers have traced the earliest annual commemoration to women who laid flowers on soldiers’ graves in the Civil War hospital town of Columbus, Miss., in April 1866. But historians like the Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight have tried to raise awareness of freed slaves who decorated soldiers’ graves a year earlier, to make sure their story gets told too. *According to Blight’s 2001 book Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory, a commemoration organized by freed slaves and some white missionaries took place on May 1, 1865, in Charleston, S.C.,...