America, “The challenge is not the distance Blacks have come, but the distance Blacks have to go.” Black history begins with a positive “Who Am I Experience?” All history is salvation history, because when Jesus went to the Cross on Calvary for our sins, all humanity regardless of skin-color were redeemed.
God has redeemed us, and He has given us dominion over the earth; not each other, even though we have not been good stewards. More profoundly we have not loved and served each other in Jesus’s name; The Golden Rule, not he who has the gold rules. Thus, God did not bring Blacks this far to leave them to the wilds of the devil, and the devil’s imps. Hence, through their struggle for dignity, Blacks are paying an enormous price to live in the Will of God, so much so, until Blacks have turned inward upon themselves, and each other: Black on Black c rime.
Consequently, too many Blacks are losing sight of the real spiritual issues of life. “Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fullness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore” (Psalms 16: 11). Families are broken...