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Is Black-ish Dangerous for Black People?

Blackish is dangerous for Christian children. Especially dangerous for black children. It questions gender. It questions God. It questions whether prostitution is a good choice. It questions and mocks Jesus and prayer. This show is highly demonic. A propaganda piece to destroy and confuse black children. If you find this humorous and think its harmless, you are dead wrong.

You want to know why you have sickness in your body and grieve all the time? It is because you suck down demonic teaching (poison) like a nutritious meal for  people who desire constructive living. The idea of questioning everything was the same formula Madlyn O’hair used to promote taking the Bible out of schools, and prayer. We see how well that is working in our school system, with children out of control and shootings. Just think about the shootings you don’t see on the news. The news only catches the tip of the iceberg and what they want you see.

Anyway, protect your children from filth and they will not grow up filthy. They will grow up as servants of the most high God and not blemishes on your record, but citizens of Christ. You must watch (pray) and keep your children from evil. God is holding you accountable as the parent. If you do not watch, then Satan will run through your house and destroy everything in sight. You will look stupefied and wondering why my children behave this way, I have told you now. This is demonic television programming at its finest.

Nothing passes the subconscious like a good laugh and then watch my house get filled with depression, doubt, and confusion.

Protect your children. Hide them in the Lord and then sit back and watch them shine when all your hard work has paid off and your children are successful in the Lord.


FJAPKX3HJ1WWK95.MEDIUMIt becomes important for you as a believer in Jesus Christ to protect yourself. You have a real adversary that desires your demise. He desires to destroy whatever God is trying to work in and out of your life. You must be diligent in prayer and wise as a serpent.

While sweeping underneath my welcome mat a thought entered my mind. Who will you allow to enter your home? For “anyone who runs ahead and does not continue in the teaching of Christ does not have God; whoever continues in the teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not take them into your house or welcome them” (2 John 1:9-10).

Are we guilty of welcoming Satan into our home? If you are, there is a way to remove him. “Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you” (James 4:7).  You must understand the devil is not playing games with you. He desires to kill you. He will use any means necessary and if he cannot kill you he will make you ineffective for the restoration of others.

Let me tell you a quick story. I was talking to a young lady about Jesus and she stopped me in the middle and said, “You know what?” “Your game is smooth.” “I feel so at peace with you.” In the natural, I saw this girl and thought what an attractive creature God has created. It was like, looking at Niagara Falls and the sun peering through the water crystals making that shiny sparkle. If I had been operating in my flesh, this witnessing may have changed, but the devil will use anything, remember that. She was not interested in me, but my testimony.

So I told her that the peace of God could follow her, if she would believe in Jesus Christ as the scapegoat who would free her from her sin. She said, that she would consider it and we parted ways and I never saw her again.

The reason for this story is simple. She was looking for a way in by complimenting me. Prayed up and focused, I proceeded with the purpose for which I begun the conversation in the first place. I had the discernment required to remain faithful.

Christians fall when they lose the ability to discriminate. When they lack the ability or power to see or make fine distinctions or have discernment.

As you walk in life remember this. If you refuse to pay attention to your prayer life, you will not possess the discernment necessary and something as simple as a compliment can make you fall into all sorts of sin. Choose carefully, whom, you welcome and don’t hesitate to discriminate for your protection.


hqdefaultIf you’re looking for souls to fill the pews do not think it is found in assimilation for it is found in power. God used Paul to reach the masses and establish many churches through power.  Paul said my message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power (1 Corinthians 2:4).

So the next question is how do I get the power of God so that I do not have to assimilate the church to the world, that some may be tricked to come inside and when they come inside many leave for lack of power and those who stay become users of the church remaining babes in Christ. We lead them to the cross of Jesus Christ through the disciplines we have learned from scripture. Jesus Christ displayed disciplines that were critical for his power while he walked on the earth. His ministry begins with his relationship with the Father and then baptism and then fasting in the desert. I believe this is a model new believers should use. You have lived in the world a long time and the thoughts from that worldview are strong and the spiritual beings that would have you stay in bondage will continue to attract you. Paul begins his ministry the same way the only difference is that Paul fasts for three days and Jesus fasts for 40 days. I believe today as the New Testament church the three day fast is best.

Remember, we are talking about having power within the church that produces dancers for Christ alone and while we dance for him it will attract others to come watch us praise him. Who is worthy of this kind of praise?

The second discipline would be prayer to God for spiritual gifts, which consists of discerning of spirits, wisdom, healing, speaking in tongues and gifts of prophecy. Understand these things are not the means to an end but are disciplines for the display of power that Paul talks about in 1 Corinthians 2:4, for all of our ministry needs the covering of love and not simply the works for Christ shed his blood in love for those who would later be saved.

The third discipline would be to read your Bible every day in a translation that you find most helpful. The Lord gives understanding to those who ask for his guidance.

Lastly, although not the last thing that should be done, but here is a good starting point worship God in song, singing melodies in your heart to him, for he loves to be worshipped and adored and comes quickly to those who do. The choice of music should be based upon the thoughts that your mind conjure, for if so-called Christian music you are listening to causes you to think of thoughts that are not Christ center discard and find music that does. We want power in the church not wise persuasive words where the world may begin worshipping the messenger, we want power and this is how God through his word establishes it.

These disciplines are critical and the reason why this is not being followed is not because it is something difficult to interpret in scripture it is because it is not easy, but if the whole Christian Church were to grab a hold of the disciplines, like an athlete who trains for a trophy, we would not see the decay that is taking place.

Lord Jesus, help us turn our hearts, minds, and bodies back to you that you may heal our land.