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It’s not about how much you know about Jesus or how long you read your bible every night. It’s not about knowing more than other Christians or showing off your knowledge. It’s about loving people who hurt you, and forgiving people who hurt you, and being there for people who hurt you like Jesus is for you and me and everyone on this earth. It’s about living through Him and for Him. It’s about picking your head up when you get called a “Jesus freak” and continuing to smile at people who haven’t found Christ yet. It’s about purging your sins to The Lord at the end of everyday and waking up with a clean slate. It’s about living a life full of love.
About a year ago, I fell asleep on the couch while I was home alone. When I woke up, I couldn’t move at all. I didn’t really start to panic until I finally noticed what it was that was keeping me from moving. A pitch black figure was hovering over me, its limbs pressed against me. Its face…
I have experienced this several times. I swear it’s an evil spirit or something.
Just waking up from an interesting dream about a person. I truly wish the best for you and you where a very important piece of my past and life at one time. Even though we have both moved on I would never want anything dramatically bad to happen to you (won’t say that for others tho). If you are in a situation in which you can’t get out of know that God is there for you and He can pull you through any situation. I pray that my dream was just a dream and nothing more. No man she be abusing a woman. Physically nor mentally. God bless you and your family, the world is yours.
They just keep getting better
the first one 😂
The Cosby Show, what has long been considered the greatest black sitcom of all time, celebrates its 30th anniversary in two weeks. That the show’s legendary run is marked by a return to a more diverse television landscape this fall seems fitting: NBC, ABC, and FOX, along with other networks, will debut a variety of shows that cast minority actors in lead roles (several are women of color). This push for more nuanced programming brings to mind the 1990s, a decade known for its rich portrayal of black life through shows like Living Single and Roc. Here, a completely indisputable ranking of black sitcoms that aired between 1990 and 1999.
See the rest of the list here.
So many people forget about South Central. That was such a good show.