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Black Americans will suffer some form of discrimination in their lives. This usually happens to you in elementary school. That one event where you notice that you were treated different for the color of your skin has an lasting effect on you. Nothing about you is celebrated until it is done by someone with white skin. Their are different rules for black people and white people. Most black Americans know they have to live with that kind of treatment. Some blacks feel self hatred will ease the discrimination until they find out the hard way. We must reveal the hidden things in order to be healed of the disease called racism.
Tonight's show on anger will expose inferiority feelings which are defined as feelings of insignificance and worthlessness. They come at a time when a person degrades himself unnecessarily and are usually accompanied by feelings of guilt. Does that inspire you to listen to the show? Inferiority feelings need to be identified and overcome! This is a good show for you!
You are invited to join in our show..LIVE..."What's Really Going on Around Here?"..Friday 01/30/2015...at 7:30 pm Apostle Desmon Dobbins will be our speaker.
Or Come in person to our Friday Night Miracle Service, There Is A Way Out Ministries @7 pm Friday 01/30/2015
Topic: Rejection Series "Inferiority, Torment, and Self Pity"
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Having an inferiority complex is about more than we often think and it can stop anyone from going to the next level in life. In this episode, learn what it means to have an infriority complex. Get information on what this complex can do to the life of someone who does not recognize it and will not take steps to remove it.
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Many Christians have a confidence problem. They love Christ but are ashamed of everything associated with him. They want to be known as a Christian — just not that type of Christian. Yet they aren't sure what type of Christian they actually what to be and what they need to do to be free from a sense of shame and guilt from what they've already done.
He, who opens a school door, closes a prison door ~ Denise Jones
DENISE was born and raised on Chicago’s west side; she was the oldest of seven children. At the tender age of twelve her mother introduced her to shooting heroin, which last over fifteen years. She dropped out of school in the fourth grade and vowed to never return and became a product of the streets.
DENISE journey involved poverty, incest, molestation, drug addiction and incarceration to sobriety, spiritual redemption and inner peace. “Deep insecurity and inferiority, drug addiction and role confusion tormented her for many years, and saying "I often wondered if I were human."
In spite of all these obstacles, Denise grabbed hold to a seed of hope. Denise accepted the Lord Jesus Christ in 1986, and he altered the very course of her life. She accepted her calling as a Deliverance Minister in God’s True Holiness. Her belief system and faith are based on the doctrine of The Lord Jesus Christ. However, she respects the rights of individuals to choose their own beliefs.
DENISE is a Deliverance Minister, Inspirational and Motivational speaker; she has been on a passionate mission to share with others how to break free from the prison within. Denise is the author of Who Said It Couldn't Be Done; she’s working on her 2nd book, The Prison Within Me “Break Free”. She has worked with adults, families and children for over 20 years. She provides lectures in a variety of topics for churches, parents, schools, government institutions and businesses.
Come join me,and my guest, Author and Minister Denise Jones and listen in, as she goes back down memory lane to tell her story of how she became [a] "Diamond From The Rough."
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Start your mornings AFRESH filled with Prayer, the Word, fellowship,music, comedy,news, current events, guest speakers & MORE ! Topic is: Inferiority Complex Overcoming it... Apostle Antonio King & Apostle Nickia King..Perfecting Life Ministries Building People of Purpose, Power, & Prayer
Luke 16:13-18 KJV No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. (14) And the Pharisees also, who were covetous, heard all these things: and they derided him. (15) And he said unto them, Ye are they which justify yourselves before men; but God knoweth your hearts: for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God. (16) The law and the prophets were until John: since that time the kingdom of God is preached, and every man presseth into it. (17) And it is easier for heaven and earth to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail. (18) Whosoever putteth away his wife, and marrieth another, committeth adultery: and whosoever marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth adultery.
Last week we discussed the making of a queen a person of royalty respect and honor. I shared with you that a queen is a person that rules territory, and that to God we are a royal preisthood. As women we have many things on our plate, and sometimes have issues of inferiority; but we are reminded in the Word to find our identity in God and God alone.
March is a month where we celebrate women and her conributions to society, we want to remember to encourage and empower her to go through her process as she reaches for the heart of God. Life is not always fun or forgiving , but as we push through to where we are going we shall forth as pure gold.
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This week we continue focusing on Black History Month and look at how The Black Woman has fared from slavery to present day. Our first week we examined The Willie Lynch Papers and how those methods still continue to plague our communities today. Last week we examined The Emasculation of The Black Man and all that it encompasses.
One of the leading factors African American women seek counseling is relationship problems with men and women. Communication, intimacy, infidelity, and domestic violence are most common in sexual; while self-loathing, mistrust, and competition play out between women of color.
Women have gone through being dependent on the system for health, wellness, and welfare to a sense of independence through education and careers. Is it legitimate independence or is it the same behavior of divide and conquer? The black woman’s false sense of security continues the practice of looking at the black man as a failure and other black women as a threat and competition.
The level of loneliness and distrust often leads black women to mental distress unworthy of trust, envy, jealousy,and feelings of unworthiness and inferiority.
Women and Men call in and let's talk about this and many issues that plagues our sisters from embracing our beauty and worth. Come Get on the COUCH!!!!!