I didn’t put more on you than you can bare
If I gave it to you than I made you strong enough to: Carry It
Delete those who aren’t brave enough to embrace their freedom
You don’t need them
This is what truth exposes
I dictated the course of Mosses: Harriet
The sweet taste of honey from the promise land is so real
The land of bondage on your heels: Chariots
I gave you faith to be your courage, because my path is the: Scariest
Don’t get upset with the process
My pronouns pronounced prophecies
I sanctified your temple as my property
I put anointed speech in the priest to teach you how to worship ME properly
I put the breath into the prophets
I ordered your steps
Even your stress is part of the progress.
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“…its a cold world
where truth loses
lies win, but when i look in your eyes and analyse
and beautiful horizon
I realize, “hey baby we on another plain, but we can go higher”
communicate with the Messiah
come pray with me…” – Eric Haylock “IMAGINE love”
Saying you’re colorblind is to ignore an obvious characteristic of a person for the sake of social inclusion. The colorblind approach is to purposely choose ignorance as a remedy for biases.
“The Hebrew and other ancient peoples considered tribal solidarity to be the most important. They were united as one with their ancestors and their descendants. So they accepted responsibility for what their forebears had done, and they would be making the renewal for their descendants. They were aware that the actions of every individual had consequences that affected them all, and perhaps most significantly, the future generations.”
“Our extreme emphasis on individualism and pluralism is virtually the opposite of the Hebrew model.” – Gary Demarest Continue reading
These people will continue to operate in the stronghold of inferiority that is sustained by the powerful principality of racism until the truth of their IDENTITY is received.
Hip Hop delivered an answer to a disenfranchised people with its esteem building “Black man is god” belief. This new discipline brought with it a culture that filled the void that Jim Crow and slavery left. What we didn’t realize is Hip Hop has a god as does every culture, and the spirit being praised in Hip Hop is not the spirit of the Most High.
Hip Hop is the identity that we accepted because like an abused child who was traumatized we were broken and didn’t know any better. Satan controlled Hip Hop through his entertainment industry to only solidify us in deceit and distancing us from a kingdom mentality. It’s ironic we praised and honored the spirit of the Pharos who enslaved our ancestors unwisely identifying with oppressors yet again.
To know and operate as a “Called out One” is to be an enemy of the world and flourish as His royal priesthood. Those who have accepted Christ and renew their mind daily are converting into a Kingdom citizen. You cannot properly access the full power of your kingdom citizenship until you learn how royalty operates.
You will have a terrible time understanding and functioning as royalty if you struggle with an inferiority mindset or accepted the Hip Hop identity. Continue reading