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April 3, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Tiny Stallings-Clark, Celebrated Poet, Motivational Speaker and Author of “I Choose to Live”
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE: As a result of your hopelessness, you don't see your friends, you isolate yourself, you don't exercise and you don't try anything new. All of this just adds to your depression and hopelessness. You spiral down in a whirlpool of sadness. If you're hopeless, you're bound to have thoughts like: "It's hopeless, so it would be a waste of time to try." Because of such thoughts, you don't do anything and you remain hopeless. Because we are what we think, this further confirms that you're right. Your hopelessness becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. How can we overcome our feelings of hopelessness?
Tiny Stallings-Clark is a celebrated poet and a spirit oriented motivational speaker She is a graduate of Tennessee State University and works professionally as a Civil Engineer. Tiny has spoken at many venues around the country, including Women For Incarcerated Women, The Women Unlimited Association, Churches and various Writer's Conferences. Tiny has been inducted in the International Society of Poets as a Life member.
Episode 2501 - Hopelessness is not for the believer - Joseph Cohen
Is it hard for an individual to spot hopelessness on a daily basis? Are we so caught up in ourselves that we can't see the forest for the trees. Let's Talk Truth will examine the ups and downs that occur in a person's life that causes that feeling of hopelessness. Please listen live by dialing 323-580-5712.
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"I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing"
Some of us think that we brought ourselves here, therefore we abuse the body that he gave us, whether it's sex, alcohol, drugs, tattos and many other things. God is your maker and it's time we recognize that.
Let's talk about it.
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Tear down the strongholds in your life by learning to pray with the power of Yahuah's (God's) Word.
How do we practice II Corinthians 10:3-5, "Tearing down strong holds by captivating our minds with the knowledge of Yahuah (God)"? Join us as we look at the bible and Beth Moore's book as we discover and discuss practical ways in how to pray Yahuah's (God's) Word and apply these principles to our daily life.
This book is a topical prayer guide addressing fourteen common strongholds and what Scripture reveals about each of them. Praying Yahuah (God's) Word presents Scripture in prayer form to be incorporated into your daily prayer life.
Yahuah's (God's) Word, through prayer, helps you overcome bitterness, anger, and unforgiveness, setting you free from each and every stronghold which claims your life, and replacing it with the mind of the Messiah.
Living Hope: Steps to Leaving Suffering Behind with Lynne Cockrum-Murphy
As an infant, Lynne survived a tragic house fire that claimed her father and two sisters and left her with severe burns over much of her body. She lived most of her life with a severely depressed and alcoholic mother, who shared with Lynne at five years old her thoughts of suicide. She lived through her stepfather being crushed to death in a logging accident and her mother being murdered in a bar-room robbery. After all she has been through Lynne is radiantly happy and living a life of pure service to the world.
She is here today with her new book Living Hope: Steps to Leaving Suffering Behind an Amazon #1 best seller, talking about how she went from hopelessness to hope. This is the woman you want at your side when you are in such deep pain and chronic misery that you don’t see the way out and can’t understand why bad things keep happening to you or other “good” people you love.
Today, Lynne is an intuitive consultant specializing in bringing guidance to those who seek assistance with their spiritual path, in additional to facilitating physical healing, emotional growth and removing blocks to a life of joy, meaning and purpose. She has a doctorate in education, is a licensed substance abuse counselor, an Access Bars® instructor, an advanced level ThetaHealer® and course instructor. She teaches at Northern Arizona University and maintains a private practice in Phoenix, Arizona.
For more information visit: www.LynneCockrum-Murphy.com
Shalonda Y. Williams brings with her the love of people and seeing them live a better more fulfilling life to her newly organized Love Walk Outreach. Her experiences of homelessness, brokenness and hopelessness have led her to establishing a place of resources, love and compassion for young women everywhere.
Shalonda has been a Certified Life Coach & Public Speaker for the past 4 years and a published author for the past 7 years. She uses her training and life's experiences to help bring others over a hump that they may be too weary to climb.
Through internet radio broadcasting, interviews, live seminars and authorship, Shalonda has touched thousands with her messages of hope, inspiration and motivation; and she does not plan to stop now.
The Gray Matter Show with Apostle Norma Gray starts this Wednesday night, February 3rd at 9pm EST with her very special guest Shalonda Williams McClendon. Ms. McClendon is the author of "From Trash to Treasure" that shares the ministry of compassion and love for people in hard situation. You don't want to miss this week's show.
"The emergence ofthe Black Panther Party in Oakland, California, in 1966 was one of the great moments in the history ofthe struggle for Black freedom and deep democracy in the United States of America. This courageous and visionary group ofyoung Black people decided to highlight the fundamental pillar of white supremacy and antidemocratic practice against Black people-namely, the vicious and unaccountable repressive actions of white police power over Black folk. Like Ida B. Wells-Barnett's heroic stance against the red terror of lynching and Jim Crow over a century ago, the Black Panther Party tried to exert democratic control over the arbitrary public violence of the U.S . nation-state that maimed and murdered Black citizens. Such organized efforts are rare in American history because they always result in Black leaders and activists paying the ultimate price of death and destruction. The Black Panther Party led by Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, David Hilliard, and others-took up this gallant challenge in the midst ofthe great awakening in the 1960s.
The founding of the precious experiment of democracy in the United States was based, in large part, on the niggerization of African peoples. This centuries-long process of niggerization was not simply the enslavement and exploitation of Blackpeople. It also aimed to keep Black people scared, intimidated, disrespectful, and distrustful of each other and doomed to helplessness and hopelessness. The basic goals of niggerization were to promote white greed and hatred; its primary strategies to secure these goals were racist ideology that degrades and devalues Black people and racist violence that terrorizes Black people.
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As an infant, Lynne Cockrum-Murphy survived the tragic house fire that claimed her father and two sisters with severe burns over much of her body. She lived most of her life with a severely depressed and alcoholic mother, and saw her mom contemplate suicide with a razor blade in hand. She endured sexual abuse by a trusted male relative, along with a gang rape in a darkened station wagon. She lived through her stepfather being crushed to death in a logging accident and her mother being murdered in a bar-room robbery.
If--after all she has been through--Lynne Cockrum-Murphey is radiantly happy and living a life of pure service to the world, don't you think she can teach you a thing or two?
Indeed she can! Living Hope: Steps to Leaving Suffering Behind is Cockrum-Murphy's empowering new book, an Amazon #1 best seller, taking people from hopelessness to hope. This is the woman you want at your side when you are in such deep pain and chronic misery that you don't see the way out. And you can't understand why bad things keep happening to you or to other "good" people you love.
With a transcendent spirit that knew there must be something better ahead, she kept searching for answers and with much time, trial and error, wise teachers, communal support, deep research and reading, and personal introspection, she ultimately triumphed over her pain and suffering, finding the steps to a joyful, deeply fulfilling life that includes a loving partner and a calling to help others. It's those steps she interweaves in her book as she tells her own remarkable story that takes her from surviving to thriving.
I don’t condone the violence on our streets or in our homes or work places. I believe that anyone that commits a violent act against another except in saving his own life or the life of someone else, should be punished under the laws of their country. Violence in the Black community is the result of being put in a controlled environment and all necessities taken away and we are forced to survive. Anger builds up as we are denied real jobs that can pay for food, clothing, shelter, and recreation. This feeling of hopelessness is passed down to the younger generations. Alcohol and drugs are introduced as a anesthesia to numb the effects of the reality of their present situation of being homeless, no money, no food, but everyone can put on for a cheap drink or a bag of reggie (weed). Parents and children smoking and drinking alcohol creates a powder keg with a short fuse. Generic food and medicine are introduced into this controlled environment and we become #1 in all health issues. Then you flood the community with quick kill automatic weapons of mass destruction and make the readily accessible. Distrust is at an all-time high. You can’t trust the doctor, the police, politicians, justice system or each other. You can’t relate to most of them because they don’t look like you and they can’t begin to image what you are going through. and if they did look like you, you won’t trust them. Frustration, hopelessness, and fear mounts.....................