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Updated: Jan 12, 2021

I’m sure as many of you witnessed the events at the U.S. Capitol on yesterday, you felt as I did; perplexed, appalled, and quite frankly, downright angry! How is this possible? I repeatedly asked as I continued to watch in disbelief, but then as reality set in, I asked one more question, why are you shocked?

My Momma, God rest her soul, used to always say “What’s done in the dark, will come to light.” As I began to ponder the behaviors, the passive-aggressive rhetoric inciting racial tension, rebellion against democracy, the disdained mockery of our (people of color) rights to peacefully protest; and the list goes on, I arrived at the conclusion that it all added up to the perpetuated schemes that have been plotted in the dark for quite some time. Upon further thought and meditation, it suddenly occurred to me, this Administration is actually the light exposing what so many has denied still exists in our country – hatred for people of color!

The Bible, in Genesis 50:20(NIV), says “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives." Well, there you have it black beauty, what was potentially intended to harm us as a people, as a race, has been and continues to be exposed – brought to the light. My question to you is, what will you do with the revelation? Don’t be deceived beloved for you see we are in a war; and it’s not just a physical war against racial inequality and injustices, but a war of all wars, “spiritual warfare!” As with any war, in order to win, one must strategize and use tactics to conquer his enemy. That said my friends, rest assured that you, in fact, have an adversary; and there’s only one way to suit up for battle against this enemy; and that is, with spiritual armor. As a soldier of war is advised, I too, advise you to strike first before your enemy, your adversary, strikes you!

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