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A Single Sistah’s Bedtime Prayer
Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray for a man who will not creep.
One who’s handsome, smart and strong,
And able to admit when he is wrong.
One who thinks before he speaks
And doesn’t disappear for weeks.
I pray that he’s gainfully employed,
And won’t clam up when he’s annoyed.
Please send me a man who’ll open my door,
Pull out my chair and want to do more.
Send me a man who’ll make love to my mind,
But who knows what to do when he hits it from behind.
One who’ll make love till my body’s twitching,
And bring ME a sandwich too, when he comes
back from the kitchen!
I pray that this man will love me to no end,
And will not try to sleep with my best girlfriend.
I pray this prayer in Jesus’ name,
Oh, and by the way Lord, deliver me from weak
Thank You in advance and now I’ll just wait,
For I know You’ll send him before it’s too
Hosted by Canupa Gluha Mani, of the Strong Heart Warrior Society and Lakota Nation. ALL First Nations Peoples and others are invited; your questions and comments during broadcasts are appreciated. Shows are scheduled for 9pm Mountain Time. Arrange to be a guest by contacting Mani at (605)517-1547, or email StrongHeartWarriorSociety@gmail.com
This is an introduction of the Strong Heart Warrior Society. Identity is of the original Dog Solider Society of the Lakota Nation - the oldest of its kind. Many societies claim to be for their people, but few proved themselves and remain worthy of their people's trust. The Strong Heart Warrior Society will remain. We are past, present, and forever. This brief mission statement gives credence to our traditional concepts. This society is alcohol-free and drug-free. As a society with its own values, we are here. We are forever.
We live in some troubled times. If you and I are to overcome the obstacles in our way, we’re going to need a strong mind.
No matter the circumstances around us, we will need to rely upon what God has given us, build strong environmens creating atmosphere's that are able to withstand the hurricanes and storm currents now facing us.The mental toughness of no matter what we can make it and the plots of the enemy shall not over power us. We can do all things through Christ which empower and strength us.
If you're a fan of white-hot jazz funk and passionate, seductive jazz grooves that start and keep a fire burnin', Minneapolis saxman Danny Kusz has what you need. His new release Sexy.Funk :: Velvet.Jazz comes after a long hiatus for the saxman following his smokin' 5-track EP Lost in the Groove. After years of working as a sideman with some of the top musicians in the business, Danny decided it was time to bring the funk again as a solo artist with this latest work. Join us (Smooth Conversations host Ron Jackson and co-hosts Aira & Mike -- all from The Smooth Jazz Ride) as we chat it up with Danny and play tracks from his sizzling new release. Bring your questions and comments for him, as well as your dancin' shoes!
Scripture Text : Mark 5:25-43
Key Verses Marl 5:25-29
And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years,
And had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered, but rather grew worse,
When she had heard of Jesus, came in the press behind, and touched His garment.
For she said, If I may touch but His clothes, I shall be whole.
And immediately the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt in her body that she was healed of that plague.
THIS EPISODE OF BODY COUNT RADIO ARE THE RESULTS OF THE ETHER CARD TOLD BY DANNY MYERS. CALL 646-200-3462.
Please join host Frankie Picasso on Thursday, December 4th at 1:00 pm EST, when she greets guests Danny Brooks and his wife Lil Debi, who for past 24 years have been active in prison ministry.
Danny has been in the music business since 1971 having played in blues, country, hard rock and rhythm and blues bands but his first introduction to ministry was with his father, who took Danny and his siblings, a sister and brother to the street corners of Toronto and had them recite scripture verses.
A"rough life and a 'season of rebellion' found Danny on the downslide. As it was with so many young musicians during the 70's and 80's, the drug culture captured Danny's attention and he found himself doing time in prison for the crimes committed to pay for his addictions to drugs and alcohol. It was during this time spent in prison that Danny attributes to his skill in writing music.
In 1987, just 3 months from being released from the Donwood Institute in Toronto where he was treated for alcohol and drug addiction, Danny came to his faith.
1991,was a good year for Danny. Not only did he become involved in Prison Ministry but he was also nominated for the Juno Award for Most Promising Male Vocalist.
Danny has been blessed with a big talent and a distinctive voice, and one thing is for sure, he is a BORN STORY TELLER.
Performing and speaking in Prisons, Rehabs and Halfway Houses has become an important part of who Danny Brooks has become. Whenever, and where ever Danny tours, it is imperative that at least one of the above facilities is on the tour. Giving back to communities in this way allows him to share his story, and impart hope for eternity in Christ.
Darren Hardy, publisher of SUCCESS Magazine, says that 20-40% of all retail sales happen in the final 45 days of the year, and that more points are scored in the final 2 minutes of any half of NFL football than in the entire half combined. The point? Winners finish STRONG.
Join JT today as he discusses what it takes to finish your year STONG so you can greet 2015 with momentum and confidence.
Fly High, Fly Fast, Fly Far!
Please join me Christina Robinson for my 1st show of "Survivors Standing Strong" Thursday Nov. 13th at a special time 10pm est - 9pm cst.
A gripping story of a mothers determined journey to find her Missing daughter Jessie Foster. Jessie has been Missing since March 29, 2006. Jessie's family have been living with prayers & faith since that last day they saw Jessie so long ago. Glendene has been doing conferences on Human Trafficking & keeping hope alive to many others that have Missing children. Stay tune for Glendene Grant and her brave journey to bring Jessie home.
Danny "Dog Man" Jones is an Author, Dog Trainer, and Businessman. He is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, born and raised in the "Show Me" state. Danny "Dog Man" Jones is a former member of the notorious Black Mafia Family who was shot 17 times and lived. Danny "Dog Man" Jones is a survivor. Now, he wants to share his story with the world. His mission is to change the thought process of our youth and young adults. He plans to inform them on how things can change in life and how God can bring blessings into it.
Jerry Haymon is an African American Author from Gary, Indiana. He is a single father of two young men. His background is in Real Estate and Community Development. Along with being a high school graduate, Jerry credits a lot of his education to what he calls "OJT...On the Job training". He pairs that "On the Job Training" with a unique talent and passion for creating job opportunities for others, especially those within the African American community.
"Black Mafia Family: St. Louis (The Untold Story)" by Jerry Haymon details the St. Louis operations of The Black Mafia Family. The book describes how Danny "Dog Man" Jones went from breeding dogs and renovating houses to one of the most trusted members of the organization as he rose through the ranks.
For more information about the book "Black Mafia Family: St. Louis (The Untold Story) visit:
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We are in a learning cycle to think differently on how to progress under Oligarchy governments with tyrannical tendencies.
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