Friday, November 11, 2016

A Word To The Messengers: Accept Your Cross

To the servants sent to the Black diaspora and Black Community worldwide:

The Romans crucified Yeshua the Christ at the urging of the Jews. White Supremacists jailed and deported Marcus Garvey at the behest of other Blacks and envious Black intellectuals who sold out. Every leader of a slave rebellion was sold out by another slave. History keeps repeating itself among Black people, and it seems we haven't learned yet.

Being an educator, entrepreneur, or messenger in the Black Community is an unenviable position, because just like the Black minister who actually tells the truth, you will be unappreciated, lumped in with the bad ones, and unfairly criticized until you're unjustly crucified by the same people you love and try to help the most. Nevertheless, keep striving and serving.
Accept your "Cross", because you can't run from your purpose and live a fulfilled life. Black People are not a cursed, lesser, forgotten, and forsaken lot in this wicked world. You don't have to be religious to understand the representation of the "Cross" as a symbol of the suffering servant unselfishly bearing the burdens of others to meet the needs of the people. 

The power of the Cross is that it also represents "resurrection" with eternal victory over the things that try to kill our destiny and destroy our future. We are a great people who have yet to realize the true greatness within us and fully manifest it. You are here to help bring that out in the time given, so never quit no matter how discouraged or alone you may feel.
Your gifting to the community necessitates periods of loneliness and misunderstanding as a protection mechanism to keep you focused, and untainted by the wrong influences. Everybody won't buy in or accept your message, but you don't need everyone to do so; you just need to reach those who will. Be encouraged, because you're not the first and most likely won't be the last, but you must help prepare those who are next. "Asomudwoe!" ("Peace" in the Ghanaian Akan language). ~ Mr. Blaktastic 

ROMANS 11:3-4; "Lord, they have killed your prophets, they have demolished your altars, and I alone am left, and they seek my life. But what is God’s reply to him? I have kept for myself seven thousand men who have not bowed the knee to Baal."

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