Love Bleeds Freedom

I pledge allegiance to love as an institution

Faith is the foundation

HIS WORD is the constitution

hope is the implication of every word spoke

I hope it breaks you free from your limitation

to break free is liberation from that dark bondage

Truth is the key to unlock the cycle to

and reunite you with the promise

I pray HIS spirit merge with each lyric and every word

for the truest inspiration

I present this poem from the deepest parts of my heart, honest,and with all due respect I detect issues in you that developed into habits like heavy baggage that keeps you moving backwards replaying yesterdays most tragic situations

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the Gospel~new poem

perhaps the purpose of a poet

is to produce proverbs

articulate how the adversary

can manipulate our iniquity

I beseech the eternal

my belief is a portal I speak as a mortal

but these are the Most High Words

I educate on inspiration

to elevate us into victory

with the wisdom of a griot

the vision of the indigenous

to see how a bitter root can make the tree rot

laying aside all bitterness

giving honor to the HaMessiach

laying to rest all oppressive viciousness

from our captors schemas

because revenge is an inferior vision

listen

I overcame the religion of imperialism

to live out the fullest extent of my dreams

yes, colonialism first sent the missionaries than they sent the ships

epistles preached with censorship

become missiles of deceit that rip through black tissue causing grief

early Christendom was hostile to the black family

with uncanny limitations

if the gospel is humanities liberation

a redemptive plan in this wicked fight

those who have been elected understand that they are selected

to submit to His commands and inject His light

in this dark insanity

purify our heart from vanity

our connections to a concrete faith in which we will never depart

no matter how harsh the calamity

Salvation is the activation of destiny

our inner man being perfected in Christ

the gospel is Zion sent a ruler

the Lion of Judah

perhaps the point of a poet is to realign us to Yahuah

paint lines the ignite our Divine purpose

motivate us to fight in spite of how this life seems to have left us behind in the sewer

it seems like the Israelites is designed to have to climb from manure

His sacrifice gave us answers

as Nazarite we are the branches

the vine is Yahshuah

if we are not producing fruit than we are just conduits of cancer

I come against the curses of my opponents that seek to reduce Thy Word

and make my heart sick with hate and instigate the sin in me

perhaps the purpose of a poet is to produce proverbs

articulate how the adversary would manipulate my iniquity – Eric Haylock “last apostle” 4/8/2019

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The “good news” for the earliest followers of Messiah

I am Hebrew

“It was this belief, and the power of it, that invested the original community of humble persons,
fishermen and artisans, with a dignity and confidence of utterance that was electrifying and
contagious, and that ran like wildfire through the oppressed classes of the population and particularly
attracted the patriots and religious zealots, already stirred and exalted by Messianic visions.
This was the pregnant message, the “good news” for which they had been waiting, the great fact
born of actual knowledge and experience which anchored indefinite hope to the strong rack of
reality.

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Our narrow understanding of Native Americans

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The Aboriginal Americans were various shades of copper color some very dark in complexion and there were many Nations indigenous to North America that were not much different from the African and Asian in appearance as reported by earliest European/Spanish explorers.

“… the Black Seminoles are sometimes described—and sometimes describe themselves—as black Indians. The concept of black Indians has historical roots in early America and was adopted by individual Black Seminoles (who often just called themselves “Seminoles”) and others throughout the twentieth century. Among older Black Seminoles, for example, there remains a strong traditional sense of not being “African American.” The concept of black Indianness is rooted in the historical reality that some African Americans and Native Americans intermarried, also—and this is more problematic historically—in the belief that some Africans were present on the North American continent before the arrival of Columbus.”

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