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Nehemiah and Restoration of the Law (Nehemiah 10:28-39)
As Nehemiah and the restored Israelites re-establish their nation, one of the first things they do is re-iterate the tenets of the regulations acknowledging the Lord as their God. This includes the restoration of the tithe (they were not tithing or keeping any of the commandments of the Lord in captivity, previous to entering the land). Again, tithes to the priests was specifically mentioned, as well as the tithes being stored in the temple. Nehemiah even added ordinances concerning payment for specific needs of the temple. (These things may have been more expensive than they were in Moses' day.)
Nehemiah and Enforcement of the Law (Nehemiah 12:44-13:14)
Nehemiah relates some political intrigue regarding the leadership, both political and religious, which contributed to the apostasy of the nation. He gathers together the (genealogically) appointed leaders and puts them back to the work they are supposed to be doing, as well as gathering the Levites, calling them to return from working in the fields instead of ministering to the Lord. He also records how he clears out the storeroom for the tithe, restores it to the Levites, asks the Lord to remember him for his good deeds, and condemns Israel for having failed to keep God's commandments (immediately following this section Nehemiah gets on their case for working on the Sabbath, so he is definitely not picking out one area of the law to emphasize.)
Amos and Tithing to Idols (Amos 3:12-4:7)
The prophet Amos, speaking for God, lists tithing and sacrifice to idols (at Bethel and Gilgal) as one of their crimes against Him. Clearly, it was not just tithing that was important.
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Tonight we will hear from Dr. Amos Wilson lecturing on the relationships of the black family, children and the necessary relationship between the black man and woman. He asks the question;
"What's love got to do with it?"
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Dr. Amos Wilson, our ancestor was the primier psychologist with relevant insight to the black psyche.
Do we need to be in love to raise a healthy family?
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Dr. Amos N. Wilson (September 19, 1941 – January 14, 1995) was a pioneering American African psychologist, social theorist, Pan-African thinker, scholar and author. Born in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, in 1941, Wilson completed his undergraduate degree at the acclaimed Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, mastered at The New School of Social Research, and attained his doctorate degree from Fordham University.
Wilson understood and taught the power differential between Africans and non-Africans is the major social problem of the Twenty-First century. He taught this power differential, and white “racist” attitudes, as principally responsible for the existence of racism, domination, oppression, and deprivation in the lives and interpersonal relations of American Africans, Continental Africans and other Diasporic Africans.
“When we get into social amnesia - into forgetting our history - we also forget or misinterpret the history and motives of others as well as our motives. The way to learn of our own creation, how we came to be what we are, is getting to know ourselves. It is through getting to know the self intimately that we get to know the forces that shaped us as a self. Therefore, knowing the self becomes a knowledge of the world. A deep study of Black History is the most profound way to learn about the psychology of Europeans and to understand the psychology that flows from their history.
If we don't know ourselves, not only are we a puzzle to ourselves; other people are also a puzzle to us as well. We assume the wrong identity and identify ourselves with our enemies. If we don't know who we are then we are whomever somebody tells us we are."
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This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the reality of a poignant wisdom insight. Deeds determine destiny may not be believed in post-western culture. After all of the manipulative antics to overthrow the intrinsic principles of the universe there is the realization that without God the world does not make sense. The technological utopian vision is found wanting because micro-chips and electrons cannot create a laudable ethos. The God of the gaps that was once believed to be discarded by rationa human fiat is necessary being.
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The Book of Amos helps advises that understanding sin is to place our loyalty to God over that of a nation and people and that a complete understanding of sin and its impact in humanity when wisely digest will lead the soul to repentance. While the Book of Amos presents you God and Sin, how he deals with sinners, the book of Obadiah, presents God and pride. This one chapter, 21 verses book entail pride in the life of the individual demands to ask God for forgiveness, call for radical changes to denying self, depending fully on God instead of self. Where as, the book of Jonah presents how God deals with His relecutant people. We have to admit we are reluctant specially toward God. That admittance is necessary, because it will help us to discover our own prejudices toward God and toward each other,; it will enable us to witness the love of God; it will leads us to where God is manifesting; it will cause us to commit to missions and frees us to love others and self the way God loves us and others. May you experience God's love in Amos, Obadiah and Jonah in full scope!
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