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Is Dark Skin A Sin?

I am black, but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon. Look not upon me, because I am black, because the sun hath looked upon me: my mother’s children were angry with me; they made me the keeper of the vineyards; but mine own vineyard have I not kept. 936 more words

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#Wailing Women Call to Prayer for Black Women & Girls 

In light of recent events where the lives of Black Women and Girls have been violated not only physically, but spiritually, educationally, mentally and financially join Shivonne McKay and I for a #WailingWomen Emergency Prayer call this Sunday 11/1 at 8:00pm EST. 79 more words

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Containment Protocols (Esther's Call)

Dear Candidate,

I prayed for you. Well, I prayed for US. I prayed that God work His will and providence in our stories. I prayed for Ahasuerus to submit to the trouble and experience God. 694 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 4

Perhaps the most amazing thing about the Book of Esther is there is no mention of God, but He is everywhere. And, He is in control. 444 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 3

We do not ascend to reign alone. That is, to think about just us, speak about just us, place value on just us, or act to serve just us. 270 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 2

Esther’s model relies heavily on God’s timing, and encourages alertness and consistency in reigning. Our “shake-and-bake” (or quick, fast, hurried) approach to Scripture causes compression in the events of her story ( 387 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 1

Esther is not the model for the overachiever. She represents self-confidence, not personal effort to overcome inferiority complexes. Reigning in life as Christ’s ambassador means impact — His through us, not our own works. 259 more words

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