To know yourself is to know the ONE who Created you.
It is said that history is really HIS – tory and if there is any truth to that statement than what story is the Most High telling and why?
Knowledge is to fear God. Understanding is to run from evil. Wisdom is to seek to know and understand the Most High consistently growing closer to Him constantly submitting to His will.
Knowing yourself is to know where you are from and what faith sustained your ancestors. If I am ignorant of my parents than I am missing a piece of myself. If I am ignorant of my ancestors I am in the dark when it comes to what distinguishes me from other people.
IDENTITY is what distinguishes you and what sets you apart. Continue reading
“15and regard the patience of our Lord as salvation; just as also our beloved brother Paul, according to the wisdom given him, wrote to you,16as also in all his letters, speaking in them of these things, in which are some things hard to understand, which the untaught and unstable distort, as they do also the rest of the Scriptures, to their own destruction.” – 2 Peter 3:15,16
John is the right-hand man of Peter (Adam Levy) and brother of James (Denver Isaac), and the only apostle to witness the crucifixion. Known as the “beloved disciple,” John is one of the most sensitive and emotionally intelligent apostles.
Apostle Paul’s letters to the heads of churches are the God inspired scriptures that makes up a large part of the New Testament. He is seldom depicted accurately even though the bible is “very specific” about his appearance. He was a pharisee who persecuted – who the Antioch’s called – Christians before he had an experience with Christ. His writings are for the well learned and as a result many abuse the “grace” Apostle Paul described in his letters. Continue reading
“The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it”
Margaret Sanger was a prolific writer and a passionate activist for what we now call women’s rights and was the founder of Planned Parenthood.
The leaders we have are the leaders the people have conjured up from the superficial appetite of the soul. Our current leaders are in contrast to the leaders we thrusted into position from our past outcry of injustice.
Sho Baraka from his latest album