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Poetic Soul first made a name for himself on Atlanta's poetry scene at the infamous Patti Hut Café. As a breeding ground for up-and-coming word artists, Patti Hut had developed a reputation for a spot for “intimate poetry”.
This is where he fine tuned his craft and skills in front of an audience of 100 plus. After joining the Atlanta based poetry troupe called Klub Kummba and getting a feel for the Atlanta open mic scene. Poetic Soul's career as a writer gained momentum, so did his work as a poet. "[My poetry] is about making things matter. Making those invisible, intangible ideas and dreams, things that you can touch, that you can feel," he said. So far he has done this in his new book of poetry " OFO ASE' (the powers of the word). . Soul acknowledged the privilege he felt at being able to share his poetry on stage and in literary form. "To be a young poet and publish books is quite a blessing, because publishers print poetry like churches sing hymns--to maintain some sort of traditional stance," he said. In the spring of 1995 his first self published book of poetry hit the streets entitled "Bullets & Blood", which was distilled from seven years of journal writing. He went on to produce six more books of poetry (1997) The River Is Overflowing With Words, (2000) Love Serenade, (2008) The Son Of A Warrior Griot, (2009) Lovin U, (2010) Ubran Griot and (2012)
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Sista KayLa Starks is a child of God, believer in Christ Jesus. She grew up in a musical family and began playing drums at age 12. Her favorite verse, Phillipians 4:13
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look at the tremendous power that can come into our lives if we learn how to praise God in all situations.
In Psalm 50:23, we read, "The one who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honours Me, says the Lord, and makes a way for Me to show him My deliverance. Now what does that mean? It means that if you are in a tight spot right now, and you want God to deliver you from it, you have to make a way for God to show you that deliverance; for God to bring that deliverance. God will do the deliverance, but He cannot do that until you open a way for it and the way we open the way is by praising the Lord.
When King Jehoshaphat was surrounded by such a great multitude of enemies, he called the whole nation of Judah too seek God in fasting and prayer. That was absolutely a proper thing to do.
They prayed to God and, in their prayer, they acknowledged three things. You know what they said to God? They acknowledged their helplessness, they acknowledged their foolishness, and then they acknowledged their faith (2 Chr. 20:12). Now these are the three things we need to acknowledge too. It is easy to acknowledge our helplessness and our foolishness, to say, 'Well Lord, we have got no strength against this situation and we don't know what to do.' We can say that in all situations, but nothing happens, if you stop there. You got go on and say, 'Lord we believe that you will answer us.'
Jehoshaphat prayed, in 2 Chronicles 20:6-12. This is a pattern for prayer, something that we can learn from Jehoshaphat. Notice the seven things he prayed for. First of all, he praised God for His Sovereignty (verse 6). He said, 'Lord you are the ruler over all the kingdoms of the nations; power and might are in your hand, no one can stand against you.' You know when we pray to God, it is good to remind ourselves, first of all, of the sovereignty of God.
This is the continuation of the verse by verse study in the Book of First John. The perspective of the first hand experience of the Apostle John with Jesus gives us in this Epistle (letter) a dimension of Holiness that lacks in most of the church today. We can see in this Epistle the depths of the Spirit of God moving the Apostle John to write from this perspective of Holiness within the realm of practical Christian living.
In today's broadcast, Dr. Randy White answers three question:
Why do churches have sermons and series on such soft, non-Biblical topics, like “How to Succeed in this New Year?” What should I do if I am part of a church like this?
Where in Scripture is church membership prescribed and does Christ's teaching on church discipline carry over into the church age?
How do we know if we are mis-using a Bible verse by taking it out of context—such as we often do with Jeremiah 29:11? Can we not still draw application and comfort from such verses? Is it legitimate to have a “verse of the day”?
Was Israel renamed Palestine in the 20th century or in Biblical times? Did the Romans do this?