Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Prayers of the righteous avails much? Or do they?


The hunt is on in the streets as the supporters of the newly established ‘Adopt a Terrorist for Prayer’ program gets underway

Muslim prayer beads

Muslim prayer beads (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

seeking out those who will pray for of all people; terrorist .

What is Adopt a Terrorist for Prayer? Or better asked, why should someone pray for killers? Christians quote scriptural text to support such thinking saying, “The fervent prayers of the righteous avail much”. Hence, this thinking can be seen as a call to duty, or bearing arms so to speak through prayer.

According to a spokesperson for these radical believers, prayer is a more peaceable approach to a volatile situation with the thought showing love through prayer for our enemies.
Three questions were posed?

  • How do terrorist affect you personally?
  • What can you do personally to impact terrorist?
  • What do you think of “Adopt a Terrorist” on the internet?

Consequently, the thought here that one person can make the difference through prayer fervent prayer that cast out demonic spirits of hate for those in need.
To learn more visit: Adopt A Terrorist for Prayer

Watch: Adopt a Terrorist for Pray Documentary

 

Christian rapper’s raw lyrics about racism stir controversy


CNN Belief Blog

By Keith Lovely Jr., CNN

Atlanta (CNN) — Christian recording artists often shy away from controversial subjects in their music and cautiously avoid the use of harsh language, but Christian hip-hop artist Amisho “Sho Baraka” Lewis wanted to do just the opposite with his latest album.

The Atlanta-based 33-year-old’s latest album “Talented Xth” champions not just a picture of Christian salvation but also focuses on education, relationships and social change — all filtered through a biblical worldview.

He told CNN the goal of the album is to challenge listeners to “be exceptional for the benefit of others.”

The album’s title is based on a principle championed by activist, professor and sociologist W.E.B DuBois.

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My Take: Light will conquer darkness in Boston


CNN Belief Blog

Editor’s note: Danielle Elizabeth Tumminio is an ordained Episcopal Church priest and author of “God and Harry Potter at Yale: Teaching Faith and Fantasy Fiction in an Ivy League Classroom.”

By Danielle Elizabeth Tumminio, Special to CNN

Boston (CNN) — At 4 a.m. on Patriot’s Day, I huddled in the cold and dark on the Lexington town green that’s across from the church where I work as a priest, awaiting the reenactment of the first battle of the American Revolution.

As the sun rose, a small group of haggard colonists assembled. None were in military uniform; they seemed to have difficulty forming a straight line. And when the British marched towards them with their elegant uniforms and disciplined formation, they outnumbered the colonists more than 2-1.

It looked to be a slaughter.

As the “shot heard ’round the world” fired, the colonists scrambled, some dying in the skirmish and…

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“Master, give me this water so that I do not thirst


black womanSpeak Ruach!

Here is a word.:

Being promiscuous is of the devil and right, there are many married couples who unfortunately are guilty of the sin of fornication before they were married. This is where wisdom comes. Don’t do it. Telling the kids, don’t do it.

There is more involved in sex that meets the eye. There is danger of mingling your spirit with some unearthly, sensual spirit which one would never get rid of lest Yah intervene. This is where these so called fatal attractions take root. Violent spirits, hindering spirits, not to mention lying deceitful spirits.

Also, we note that marriage is not recognized by Yahuwah until consummation. He is not the inventor of the marriage license.

Look at this:

“Yahshua said to her, ‘Everyone drinking of this water shall thirst again, but whoever drinks of the water I give shall certainly never thirst and the water I give him shall become (((in him))) a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.

The woman said to him “Master, give me this water so that I do not thirst , nor come here to draw.’

Yahshua said to her,’Go call your husband, and come here.’
The woman said, ‘I have no husband.’

Yahshua said, ‘You have well said, ‘I have no husband,’ for you have had seven husbands. What you have said is true.” (John 4)

Now, The water here is symbolic and denotes how we consistently chase after things, here it is sex and how sex only satisfies temporarily; hence, the woman we have been told had many husbands and the one she is with now is not her husband. Why is this one not her husband. It is the case that she has not had sex with him. Sex marries us to our partners spiritually.

From this, one can gather with this text that the woman had not slept with the man because her spirit was bogged down. In which, Yahshua knew that and invited her to drink the living water that requires her not to dib and dab in world in the world of fornication.

This is why in the word we see that the men “took” a wife. It is the case that when you take something there is sex in involved. In Genesis 34, Shechem took Dinah and his soul cleaved to her, and he spoke tenderly to her.

So I get it, we can’t be letting every Tom, Dick, and Harry ‘take’ our goodies.

The end of that is this, that the woman who learned of the man who knew her secret that is her longing for love but looking in the wrong place. No one can love us uncovered. It is the case here, that we think if we uncover ourselves physically that someone is more attracted to us. Not, so because being uncovered allows us to be ‘raped’ and trampled on; not only physically but emotionally mentally and spiritually.
This message is for all who have ears to hear truth.

Be encouraged Ladies!

The Rising of Colored People


Mountains - Autumn in Denali

Mountains – Autumn in Denali (Photo credit: blmiers2)

Why not you? Why is that thing so hard to grab? That you as a human first of all and that you as a black PERSON, secondly are the true Yuhudim?

We have no confidence of mind here. Have we ever thought about that there can more to who we are and more to what people say we are, and have we literally accepted what people as set in stone?

Let’s get this truth today, that no other commandment since the commandment of Yahuwah is so utterly binding. I get the idea of text that says those commandments we so eloquently teach or hint at were written in stone. Hence, this would give an indication of some hard core reality where we see…those mean eternity. Forever, not to do those things forever.

Of all the things that come and go in life, nature stays, the mountains don’t move on earth. In essence a mountain has out lasted even man’s existence, hard, magnificent, strong, reliable, and if we have ever had an opportunity to see a mountain in full view or from afar we know that they are unmovable, they overshadow us and are all consuming in view. Yah reveals himself from such. Even Yahshua when teaching in text withdrew the mountain. Someone might say it is because of the crowd, and yes this is correct in the sense that the crowd presses, and if the crowd presses as it has with our identity it would behoove us in this instance to withdraw ourselves from throng of the crowd. Moreover, in light of this we must also see the mountains in this instance, mean raised or elevated thoughts above those of the crowd.

Somebody needs to know we need rise up, look up unto the hills of higher thinking to think more of ourselves than what we’ve been told, but in order to do this we have to learn to think tall like the mountains Where Yahuwah is.

Today: Yahuwah’s word stands strong and tall for all to see and know that it changes not. Who are you going to believe?

For your hearing:

“You have been our refuge for generations. Before the mountains we born you had brought forth the earth and the world. Even from Everlasting to Everlasting you are EL. You turn man back to dust, And says, “Return, O children of men.” For a thousand years in Your Eyes are like yesterday that has past, Or like a watch in the night. You have swept them way, They are as a sleep…” (Tehillim (Psalms) 90: 1-5).

Watch: Priest Zabach: Esau Draws His Power From Us

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