I found this link at The Narrowing Path’s blog. Lots of truth here:
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I admire her courage to confront the “entitlement to sensational feelgoodness et al” in the church. God bless her.
thank you for this and blessings, Chris
You’re welcome, Kassey.
A poem like this will certainly make her unpopular among many, particularly in African American circles. By now we should all be colorblind, but it’s not going to happen this side of heaven.
She is courageous. She says things that many wish to say but are afraid to. I like it that her true source of freedom isn’t found in the U.S. Constitution. At the same time, it is difficult to see our Constitution and it’s precepts watered down and disregarded by so many.
The American people voted for a man who is a socialist. He is not even a citizen of this nation. So much for the Constitution.
I appreciate your comment, Kassey.
Great clip. There is a lot here, and it gets said. I think a lot of older folks will be offended, but it needs to be said. This sister gets it done. Thanks Chris
You’re welcome, Manny.
Any older folks who are offended are probably so because of the style that Jackie uses to deliver her message. As you have written she “gets it done.” God has gifted her with a special talent and she is using it for God’s glory.
Always enjoy it when you stop by, Manny.