On Being Born Again

Posted by Al Hathaway Monday, February 28, 2011 0 comments

"You must be born again." John 3: 7


Deep within everyone must be a desire to change. Change that transforms one's nature, renews one's heart, and infuses within you a sense of purpose.

This is being born again. When you become a new person in Jesus Christ.

Only God can make a corpse come alive, while man can do no more than to wash and dress that which is dead.

Spiritually, unless the Spirit of the Living God fall fresh on you; you are indeed dead to the things of God and the movement of His Holy Spirit. It is when one is not able to live unless the Spirit of the Living God lives in them, has one become born again.

It is more than a change of position. It is a total change in attitude. It is a total change of perspective. It is a total change of direction.

It is renouncing your own will and committing yourself to God's will and God's way.

Do you want to be born again? Do you want to experience the blessing of knowing that all that you do is pleasing in God's sight?

I pray that you answer is, "Yes, Lord!"

Fort McHenry

Posted by Al Hathaway Sunday, February 27, 2011 0 comments

On March 3, 2011 beginning at 6:00 p.m., The Superintendent and Staff of the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine will dedicate the New Visitor and Education Center. A grand fireworks display will begin at 8:00 p.m.


It will be my honor to offer the prayer of Invocation on this occasion.

As a youth I played at Fort McHenry and envision participating in the battle that saves and fort.

This is the place where Francis Scott Key writes the Star Spangled Banner on a boat in the harbor.


"Never will I leave you." Hebrews 13:5


Yesterday, I had the distinct honor of preforming a renewal of vows ceremony of a couple who had been married for 25 years. The ceremony signals to their family, to their friends and to God; that they were sincere in their commitment one to another. In effect they were saying to each other, "never will I leave you."

God's commitment to us is even more sincere. It is stated in Hebrews 13: 5, "Never will I leave you or forsake you." Even though you may experience the change of seasons in your life, it is God who is the constant and the Rock of your salvation. Therefore God's word is true because He has made a covenant with you.

There is nothing you can want, there is nothing you can ask for, there is nothing you can need in time or in eternity, there is nothing living, nothing dying, there is nothing in this world, nothing in the next world, there is nothing now, nothing at the resurrection morning, nothing in heaven which is not contained in this text - "Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you."

Rev. Jesse Jackson in Baltimore

Posted by Al Hathaway Saturday, February 26, 2011 0 comments

Just left a meeting with Rev. Jesse Jackson hosted by my friend and colleague, Rev. Dr. S. Todd Yeary, Pastor, Douglas Memorial Community Church. Rev. Jackson raised the questions, "why do we need permission to call a meeting to deal with the issues that impact us?" and "when will we stop advocating and begin fighting for the concerns that impact us?"


His many years of work within the Civil Rights field brings a tremendous amount of creditability to his message. His national network of persons who he has known over the years provides a connecting link to each of us.

He asked the question, "For all of the controversy you have heard coming from Wisconsin, are you aware of the State Senator from Madison who is refusing to attend the session whose purpose is to take rights from the workers?" He then called her on the phone for us to talk to her, as a part of the meeting.

I appreciate the message of Rev. Jesse Jackson. My question is the same as his, "do we need permission to call a meeting of leaders who feel the pain of people and are ready to take action?"


God's has great power!

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"The Lord is slow to anger and great in power." Nahum 1:3


It is good to know that God's rod of mercy is always in His outstretched hand; while his sword of justice is held by the pierced hand of love which bled for the sins of humanity.

Our blessing is that God's power is so great that He has power over himself. Consider: A weak mind is irritated at the slightest thing: the strong mind bears insults like a rock and see pity instead of malice. If God did not have power over Himself, at our slightest sin He would send forth the judgement and the justice that our errant actions required. "The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life."

That's why we can run to God for refuge, even in the midst of our wrongdoing, because of your faith in God, you don't have to be terrified of his power because you know the depths of His love.

The Living Well

Posted by Al Hathaway Friday, February 25, 2011 0 comments

"Issac ... lived near Beer Lahai Roi." Genesis 25:11


In my Wednesday Evening Bible Study Class we have begun the study of the Book of Genesis. In that book you are introduced to many central people of faith, one of which is Issac. The text this morning states that "Issac lived near Beer Lahai Roi." What does that mean to you? First, Beer Lahai Roi is a water well. In reading the Bible you will discover that Hagar found deliverance there. You will also find that Ishmael drunk from the water revealed to him by God that was there. For each of them they had a casual relationship with God that was at the point of their need.

Many people seek God when they find themselves at a point of need, in times of trouble, or difficulty. What God wants is what Issac understood. Issac lived there, and made the well of God the source of his living and the constant source of his supply. It was at Beer Lahai Roi that he met Rebecca and his love for her made him know that this was home. At God's well, Issac enjoyed the fellowship of God made hallowed by God's love for him.

My prayer is that you learn to abide near the well spring of God. That you learn the delightful, comforting, unfailing, springing up of God's eternal life. Happiness and joy is knowing that you are experiencing the abundant life God promised. It is when you live there Him that you live life abundantly.

Happy is the person who lives near a well that never runs dry. There is joy in knowing that God is the constant source of your supply. It is through God that we live, move and have our being. Let us live near him and may He keep you in so close a fellowship that you never leave, but always live by the well of the Living God.

Coach Earl Banks

Posted by Al Hathaway Wednesday, February 23, 2011 0 comments

Coach Earl Banks was just inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame, Saturday, February 19, 2011 in a ceremony at the Four Season Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. His wife, Mrs. Essie Banks, is a member of Union Baptist Church. She gave me a copy of the program this evening for my files.


The Black College Football Hall of Fame honors the greatest football players and coaches from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Check out the 2011 Class of Inductees: Lem Barney, Jackson State University; Mel Blount, Southern University; Roosevelt "Rosey" Brown, Morgan State University; Willie Davis, Grambling State University;"Bullet" Bob Hayes, Florida A & M University; Joe "Tarzan" Kendall, Kentucky State University; Art Shell, University of Maryland - Eastern Shore; Doug Williams, Grambling State University; Willie Jeffries, South Carolina State University; Collie J. Nicholson, Grambling State University; and our own, Earl Banks, Morgan State University.

We all should be proud of the outstanding commitment Coach Banks and all of these individuals made to excellence.

"Lead us not into temptation." Luke 11:4


Yesterday, I participated in an interview with Jane Miller. She is known throughout Baltimore as an investigative reporter for WBAL TV11 news. The purpose of the interview was to discuss the upcoming hearing on the State Center in a suit filed by Downtown Baltimore Business owners.

As Ms Miller entered into the conference room, she exclaimed that 17 Baltimore City Police Officers had just been arrested by the FBI. In fact it turned out to be 30 Baltimore City Police Officers charged with corruption.

My personal emotions ran from dismay to "we told you so." After that fleeting moment, I thought how easy it is to slip into sin.

I also thought that Jesus offered in his model prayer that we all should pray that we are not led into temptation.

My focus shifted from the plight of the police officers to the everyday situations that confront us all.

Opportunities that are presented to us to cut corners. Moments of weakness when we accept something we did not earn. Thoughts that plagues us when we think that we got over and nobody knows what actually happened. Times when we perceived that no one was looking.

Small sins and little indiscretions have a way of snowballing onto the front page of local gossip and grapevine news.

One thing is true, "you cannot make a success out of sin."

One could easily point the finger at the police officers that were arrested and charged for their corruption. My fear is that every one of us who is without sin, "are you prepared to throw the first stone?"

We should demand and expect honesty at all level of public service.

God demands and expects of us integrity in all aspects of our lives.

While accepting only $300 per car for sending them to a towing locations seems like a small thing. Sin in any from is a bad thing and is displeasing in God's sight. And in this case the actions were criminally a violation of the law and the public's trust.

My prayer for each one of you is that you resist being led into temptation in any form or matter.

"Tell me ... where you graze your flock and where you rest your sheep at midday" Song of Songs 1:7


For those who believe it is important to know where the Shepard is because that is where you want to be. The sheep long to be in the presence of the Shepard and in present communion with Him.

Where do you graze, or better yet; where are you fed? Is it in private prayer, or in the dutiful study of God's word, or in diligently following God's will and way. Yes where God is, that's where you want to be, at the place where He will feed your soul and spirit.

Where do you find rest? True rest is not found in the things of this world, nor in the people therein. True rest is found in the abiding grace of God. You can rest in the shadow of the Rock. You may rest under the mighty wings of the Eagle. In other words you can find rest in the love of God.

That's why Isaiah 40:11 records, "He shall feed his flock like a shepherd: he shall gather the lambs with his arm, and carry them in his bosom, and shall gently lead those that are with young."

Carmelo and "Mr. Speedy"

Posted by Al Hathaway Tuesday, February 22, 2011 0 comments

Carmelo Anthony will sign with the New York Knicks and take his game to Madison Square Garden. Truly a Baltimorean who has made it to the big time, while he is in his prime. For those of us who watched him play and grow up, the sub-story is about Mr. Freddie "Speedy" Shelton. "Speedy" was a fixture at the Cloverdale Basketball Courts. He spent his life mentoring and befriending young athletes and advising them on how to avoid the pitfalls of inner city life. He had a network of coaches and colleagues at every level to guide potential athletes in their careers. A word from "Speedy" got you on elite AAU teams, onto the top High School squads, and his recommendation would land you into college. One of "Speedy's" projects was a young man from West Baltimore, Carmelo Anthony. He loved Carmelo and Carmelo loved him in return. Carmelo listened to Mr. Speedy. Carmelo played in front of large crowds at Coverdale. Anyone who mattered would watch the young athletes play there during the summer. Carmelo followed Mr. Speedy's advice and went to Towson Catholic where his friend, Mike Daniels was the coach. At Towson Catholic, Carmelo's legend grew as a basketball player and his talents became evident. Throughout his development, Mr. Speedy was a constant in Carmelo's life. He advised Carmelo to go to Oak Academy. From Oak Academy, Carmelo when to Syracuse University. He won a national championship there in his first year. Then drafted by the Denver Nuggets, he spend eight years honing his skills and became an NBA star player. Speedy talked with him constantly. Speedy was his friend. Early in his career at Denver, Carmelo experienced some difficulties. Growing up poor and now becoming famous and wealthy was a hurdle he had to overcome. Unfortunately, Mr. Speedy had gone to be with the Lord and was no longer there to provide him with the needed advice as Carmelo was moving from a local hero to an international star. Nevertheless, Carmelo has done it his way. Now he goes to the Big Apple. The song says, if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere, New York, New York, New York. His charismatic personality, illuminating style, and tremendous talent will propel him even further as a marketing and basketball machine with unlimited potential to be successful and wealthy. All because he is getting the best out of his God given talent and along the way a man named, "Mr. Speedy" steered him in the right direction.

A Weak Walk on a Roof Top

Posted by Al Hathaway Monday, February 21, 2011 0 comments

"One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of the palace." 2 Samuel 11:2


How easy it is to let your spiritual guard down? In those moments of weakness is when the evil one shows you that you are never out of the reach of temptation.

A simple stroll on the roof of his palace exposed David to the temptation in his heart for Bathsheba.

Idleness and luxury are Satan's hound dogs who are searching for easy prey. Every one has an Achilles heal - a weakness, a sin spot, and an appeal to one's flesh that is difficult to escape.

It might be an old song sparks a memory. It might be the smell of perfume or cologne that triggers a deep, dark secret. Satan has spent an eternity studying people. He has watched and listened to every thing that has appealed to your mind and heard the words that reveal your inner most thoughts.

It is so easy for a spark to become a blaze. Satan is a powerful foe. It is impossible to defeat him without the grace and protection of God.

Never become secure in your holiness. Never make the mistake of thinking you are beyond the reach of temptation and sin. Always seek the Lord while He may be found and remember to call upon Him while He is near and He will abundantly pardon.

Don't sleep too long!

Posted by Al Hathaway Saturday, February 19, 2011 0 comments

"Let us not be as others, who are asleep." I Thessalonians 5:6


Sleeping is a good thing when its purpose is to provide rest for a weary soul. Sleeping becomes a bad thing when one is disengaged from the cares and concerns of others.

You are asleep when your only focus is yourself.

Wake up!

It is time to shake ourselves from our stupor and drowsy state of mind.

When you isolate yourself and attempt to walk through life alone, you are asleep. It is by keeping company with true Christians that you stay alert, refreshed and encouraged.

Forsake not the assembly of the saints.

Get up, get out, and go to your place of worship.

Praising God will awaken you to the wonders of His grace.

Life is a Test

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"I have tested you in the furnace of affliction" Isaiah 48: 10


Yesterday, I visited a woman who will be 100 years old in November. Each month I visit an assisted living facility where one of the members of the group that I share with is 104 years old. Through my service in ministry, I have had the wonderful experience of coming to know many very mature members - persons greater than 90 years old.

What I have learned from these interactions is that each could say the words found in Isaiah that God has tested them in the furnace of affliction.

Let affliction come - God has tested them. Poverty, may stride in at their door, but God was in their house already, and He had tested them. Sickness, may intrude, but each of them knew they had a balm in Gilead. Whatever has happened to them in the midst of their tears, they know that God has tested them. In their silent chamber, God was sitting with them at their door. He prepared their bed, smoothed their pillow, and caressed their head. Each knew that God was a frequent visitor, even when they were on their beds of affliction. He, indeed, is a friend that sticks closer than a brother.

Don't be afraid, God is with you! Don't be dismayed, God is with you! In every fiery trial, God is with you in the furnace of your affliction. His presence is both your comfort and your protection.

I've learned so much from my visits with the very mature people I have come to know.

God is with you all the way! Especially in your afflictions!

Men Need to Talk to the Lord

Posted by Al Hathaway Friday, February 18, 2011 0 comments

Increasingly the times are mandating that men seek a closer walk and a deeper talk with God. The warning signs are evident. The men of our community have strayed from their spiritual positions of priests in their homes and community.


We need men to become the prayer warriors of our era. We need men who are strengthened by their faith to face and overcome the demons that are plaguing our land.

Powerful things happen when men pray!

Blow on my garden!

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"Awake, north wind, and come, south wind! Blow on my garden, that its fragrance may spread abroad." Song of Songs 4:16


Sometimes the imagery of Solomon's Song of Songs creates problems as one reads and seeks to understand what is being said. The reason this book causes some of us problems is that we don't realize the depths of love God has for us. His love possesses elements that are intimate, sensual, erotic, and personal. The Song of Song communicates this aspect of God's love.

The North wind represents the harsh realities of life, the cold and crisp actions found in daily living. God sends His North winds to solidify our love for Him and to provide us with the power to demonstrate grace under fire. We learn a lot about ourselves in tough times. We deepen our love for God in tough situations. The North winds gives us the opportunity to demonstrate our faith in the midst of challenge.

On the other hand, The South wind is the warm, caressing, embracing love of God. The South wind eases our spirits and places a smile on our faces. The South wind soothes our weary souls and reminds us of how much God loves us and cares for us.

When the winds of God blows on your garden, that's when your response shows God the depths of your love for Him.

Showers of Blessings

Posted by Al Hathaway Thursday, February 17, 2011 0 comments

"I will send down showers in season; there will be showers of blessing." Ezekiel 34:26


Into every life some rain must fall. Can you stand the rain?

Only God can send down showers of rain. It is a needed grace.

What would the ground be without showers?

You may break up the clods of dirt, you may sow your seeds, but what can you do without the rain? The divine blessing of rain is a needed grace.

It is also a generous grace. Your work would be in vain until God sends the generous shower of His salvation. Look closely it doesn't say I will send drops of rain, it says I will send showers of rain. When God gives a blessing, he gives it in such a way that there is not room enough to receive it. Generous grace! A generous grace keeps us humble, makes us prayerful, and moves us to holiness. We cannot live without saturating showers of grace.

A closer reading informs us that God will send down showers in due season. We also need a seasonable grace. Why? Life moves through seasons! What is your season this morning? Is it a season of drought? Is it a season of great heaviness and dark clouds? Then that is the season for showers. Let me close with sharing with you that God's grace will be needed, generous, saturating, and varied.

Let me explain varied. The text says that there will be shower(s), which is plural. Meaning that God will send all kinds of blessings. All of God's blessings go together like a link in a golden chain.

He will send showers of blessings to you.

Can you stand to be blessed?

A steadfast love!

Posted by Al Hathaway Tuesday, February 15, 2011 0 comments

"Never will I leave you." Hebrews 13:5


A person shared with the the deep pain they felt when they discovered that the person they loved had left them. As the person shared their story with me, I could visualize that their very sense of equilibrium was shaken. They told me it was like walking in a fog. It was clear to me that their world had been turned upside down.

Having someone close to you leave you, someone who was intimate with you, or someone who had the keys to the secrets of your heart; is devastating.

In no way do I minimize the pain or the trauma. Pain is very real!

What I do know is that we serve a God who has promised never to leave you or to forsake you. Given that reality in whom do you place your ultimate trust?

The songwriter says, "I trust in God I know He cares for me."

Reading the Bible

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"Do you understand what you are reading?" Acts 8:30


After more than 30 years of seriously studying the Bible, being instructed by some of the finest theologians in the world, and earning two terminal degrees in Biblical studies; I still ask myself the question, "do you understand what you are reading?"

David declared that God word, "is a lamp unto your feet and a light unto your path."

Indeed understanding the Bible you read means that you allow the transformational nature of the Holy Spirit to mold you into a reflection of God's child. It provides for you checks and balances for your living. It compels you to stand up for Jesus everywhere you go.

Understanding what you read means that your life's story is contained therein and one possess the ability to end their life's story according to God's plans. But first, you need to understand God's plan for your life. True study of the Holy Scripture and its understanding helps you write your manifesto for life.

Yes, scripture does indicate that you need a preacher to assist in your understanding. My suggestion is that you learn from and learn with a preacher who is constantly engaged in the study of God's word. The truths are some profound and the meanings are so deep that it is impossible to understand it all without a disciplined prayer and bible reading life.

The good news is what the old folks use to say, "you will understand it better by and by!"

A Daily Allowance

Posted by Al Hathaway Monday, February 14, 2011 0 comments

"Day by day the king gave Jehoiachin a regular allowance as long as he lived." 2 Kings 25:30


Jehoiachin wasn't sent away from the king's palace with provisions that would last him for months; rather, his allowance was given to him on a daily basis.

In a very real sense his situation is akin to our own. A daily portion is all that a person really wants. We don't need tomorrow's supplies; that day has not yet dawned, and its wants are yet unborn. The thirst which we may allow in the month of June doesn't need to be quenched in February, because we don't feel it yet; if we have enough for each day as the day arrives we shall never know want.

Sufficient for the day is all that we can enjoy. We cannot eat, drink or wear more than a day's supply of food and clothing; the surplus gives us the worry of storing it, and the anxiety of watching against a robber or thief.

This is all that we can expect; a craving for more than this is ungrateful. When our Father doesn't give us more we should be content with His daily allowance.

"Thou my everlasting portion, More than friend or life to me, All along my pilgrim journey, Savior let me walk with Thee."

Where Have All the Prophets Gone?

Posted by Al Hathaway Sunday, February 13, 2011 0 comments

Today's message focused upon the role of Prophets.


Prophets are those persons who speak to the people for God. While God is certainly capable of speaking for Himself. He uses prophets to help humankind understand God's word, God's will and God's way.

In the Book of Amos you will find him telling the religious persons of his day that God wouldn't accept your burnt offerings and sacrifices until judgment roll down as waters and righteousness as a mighty stream.

Amos also sees God holding a plumb line to illustrate that the people of Israel are out of sync, out of relationship and out of order with God.

This is the function of the plumb line to measure the extent to which one is out of alignment with God.

Where are the modern day prophets who hold up God's plumb line to measure how individuals, institutions, and governments are out of sync, out of relationship and out of order with God?


Will Bridges III

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Will Bridges III will perform this evening with the Grammy Jazz Combo on CBS during the Grammy's Award show which begins at 8:00 p.m.


Will Bridges III will perform along side of this year's nominee for Best New Artist, Esperanza Spaulding.

Not only is Will one of the exciting new artist of our times, he is also my cousin.

Will - we are all proud of you. Play with passion and poise!

Do You Need a Counselor?

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"He will give your another Counselor to be with you forever." John 14:15


Where do you go to get advice? Who do you turn to when life imposes upon your questions that need answering from someone with wisdom greater than your own?

Jesus has confided that His Spirit is the Counselor that will be available to you. He is Immanuel - God with us, dwelling in and with His people. He provides to you help and comfort.

Do you always look up to Him both for your inner life and your outward service with the respectful dependence which is fitting? Don't you to often run before His call and act independently of His aid?

Let's humble ourselves this morning for past neglects, and now ask the heavenly dew to rest upon us, the sacred oil to anoint us, the celestial frame to burn within us. The Holy Spirit is not a temporary gift. He does not grow weary of us, but awaits to be gracious still.

Attorney Kim M. Keenan

Posted by Al Hathaway Saturday, February 12, 2011 0 comments

Congratulations to Kim M. Keenan who was selected by the NAACP for the position of General Counsel of the Association. Keenan is the youngest attorney and second woman to hold this position in the organization’s

history.

She brings a distinguished legal career to this position. She previously has served as the President of the National Bar Association.

Her legal acumen will able assist Mr. Ben Jealous, NAACP President, navigate the waters racial inequality and inequity people of color face today.

"You have forsaken your first love." Revelation 2:4 (NIV)


As our hearts and minds turn towards Valentine's Day. A day that we in a secular sense give tokens of our affection to people we love. Those tokens are in the form of jewelry, candy, flowers, etc. Individuals measure the extent to which one loves them by the value of the token given. I believe that is unfortunate because matters of the heart are invaluable. As a result how do you place a value on affection and true love?

One knows love in all of its dimensions. One can feel love at every level in which it is presented. One can express love through methods greater than words. Love is a universal language. Love is powerful indeed.

For people of faith, God is love. The very essence of the Divine is an expression of love.

The challenge this morning is found in the Revelation text cited above: Have you forsaken your first love?

Your first love is Him who spoke you into existence, who breathed the breathe of life into your being, and who lit the spark of life in your body.

Your first love sacrificed Himself for you and made an everlasting covenant with you.

Your first love desires the best for you and seek to find you in His favor.

In the press of everyday life and the tension of our mortal existence, have you forsaken or forgotten your first love - God?

At some cognitive level, you may say I always think about God. But I'm talking about the commitment level. The level where one yields the nerve center of your consent to God such that your yielding means more than if you live or die.

Have you given yourself totally to the God who has made you?

Do you give Him continuous praise and adoration?

Do you love God?

Well the good news is, "God loves you!!!!"

The Morning Clouds

Posted by Al Hathaway Friday, February 11, 2011 1 comments

"I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. return to me, for I have redeemed you." Isaiah 44:22


As clouds are of many shapes and colors, so are our transgressions. As clouds obscure the light of the sun, and darken the landscape beneath, so do our sins hide the light of God's face from us and cause us to sit in the shadow of death.

It is good to know that when we return to God, His spirit grants us mercy and His desire is to redeem us from our sins. He will throw your sins into the sea of forgetfulness. "Though your sins be as scarlet, they will be white as snow."

It is good to know that you can return and receive pardon. The Father is always waiting for you to come home and the welcome home sign is available to you right now!

How to have Plenty!

Posted by Al Hathaway Thursday, February 10, 2011 0 comments

Philippians 4: 12, "I know what it is to have plenty." (NIV)


There are many who know "how to be in need," but have you learned "how to have plenty." Too many people when they find themselves on the pinnacle of success become dizzy and disoriented and as a result experience terrible and swift falls. Current news events chronicles the life stories of persons whose meteor flew swiftly across the sky, only to burn out by the rapidness of the flight and the inability to sustain its momentum.

Paul in his letter to the church at Phillipa shares a significant word that is sometimes overlooked, "Do you know who to handle plenty?" The crucible of adversity is less serve of a trial for people of faith, than the refining experience of prosperity. Abundant grace should enable you to bear prosperity abundantly. Have you learned the lesson of being content in times of lack and plenty? In times of plenty one has to deal with a false sense of pride and entitlement. In times of plenty one has to deal with the illusion that you made it by yourself. In times of plenty one has to deal with forgetfulness of God's goodness, grace and mercy. We must be mindful that in our prayers, we ask God to teach us how to understand the blessing of plenty. When you learn that lesson God will bless you with all that is good and you will enjoy the richness of a life of plenty.

Black History Every Month

Posted by Al Hathaway Wednesday, February 9, 2011 0 comments



May we never forget. May we never give up! Through faith, prayer, planning, and progress we are on the verge of a breakthrough. "Let us march on until victory is won!"

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