Love At First Sight, Fight Or Flight

SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY ORIGINATED IN AD 496

Black History Valentine
It was called Ethiopia, Home of the Blacks by the Greeks. Africa Home of the Blacks. In the Holy Bible KJV, the book of Genesis speaks of this land.

Chapter 2:verse 12 And the gold of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone.
13 And the name of the second river is Gihon: the same is it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia.

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Niece Monique

It is said that when a Man finds a Woman, he finds a good thing and for me a Man would be King but first order is the House.

The Great Man of the Bible named Moses found such a good thing and a Father in-law and a family after a long perilous trip through the fire of a dessert wilderness, before even he would see the burning bush of the Great, I AM That I AM.

Oh! what a sight she was (beautiful black Woman) with her sisters tending to their flock (An Angel unaware) seemingly, unprotected but on this day that the Lord has made, made Moses available and strong enough to fight the Men who would be Robbers off and away from the flock and from the Women.

The book of Exodus
Chapter 2:verse 17 And the Shepherds came and drove them away: but Moses stood up and helped them, and watered their flock.
verse 18 And when they came to Reuel their father, he said, How is it that ye are come so soon today? (Reuel means Man of God – Jethro the father of Zipporah)

Zipporah the oldest of the 7 sisters (and who would dare to say she wasn’t FINE)

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Niece Nakia

I would say it was Love at first sight. Fight or flight, Moses would have both in a mighty blessing of God. The Flight of elevation to King status, in the time it took for a heart to beat, for the body to breathe.

A Queen to be must have a Prince; a Man who would be King, as Moses surely was, Her name was / is Zipporah ( rap when you say it,in your smooth voice)

Exodus Chapter 2 verse 21 And Moses was content to dwell with the man: and he gave Moses Zipporah his daughter.

Africa Home of the Blacks, Home of Ethiopia, Home of Zipporah the Wife of Moses.

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Niece Jessica

The book of Numbers
Chapter 12: verse 1 And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman.

Hello my Black History Valentine – I love you with the love God has given me to love you with. Oh Thank you Mighty Father!

Peace and Love and Blessings

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Wife Karen Sylvia

Saint Valentine, officially Saint Valentine of Romewas a widely recognized 3rd-century Roman saint, commemorated in Christianity on February 14 and since the

High Middle Ages is associated with a tradition of courtly love.

Saint Valentine of Rome was a priest and bishop in the Roman Empire who ministered to Christians who were persecuted thereHe was martyred and buried at a Christian cemetery on the Via Flaminia close to the Ponte Milvio to the north of Rome, on February 14, which has been observed as the

Feast of Saint Valentine (Saint Valentine’s Day) since 496 AD.

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HARD PRAISE WIND & GOSPEL SONG

Mycybermap ebusiness #BlackHistoryMonth presentation is in the Wind of timelessness. Refreshed like Autumn’s fall into Winter’s dormant meditations and into Spring’s rebirth. In due season, vessels of Praise; by chanting and song, represented in the writings of the Howard Anderson Jr. Gospel music Ministry, are the seed fulling Prophecy even breathed over the waters, in the beginning. Now; by our Praise we can hear our living water is the  connection unto the promise of Everlasting life, heard within the breath of GOD, past, present and by Faith, the Eternal Summer’s of tomorrow.

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The Author Of Hard Praise click the pic The Author Of Hard Praise Click the picture

The Lord knows the sounds of His Praise. “Praise On Down The Road” a story of non-traditional praise.

Gospel music is traditional and classic, coming from the heart, with an unmistakable feel and sound of a church worship service. Gospel music uplifts the spirit and ushers in the praises of GOD. The world knows the sounds from a predominantly African American church congregation, from organ to piano to drums to expressive soul singing and preaching, but one GOD.

Howard Anderson Jr. ; Author Of Hard Praise, is expressive with non-traditional style and instrumentation for Gospel songs. The lyric’s he writes offer traditional praise, but he follows the beat of a different drummer to create Gospel music as a voice for GOD. The beat of a different drummer is a direct reference to the original drum built by Africans. The drums also provide communication between the different tribes. Hear…

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HARD PRAISE WIND & GOSPEL SONG

The Author Of Hard Praise click the pic
Author Of Hard Praise Click the picture

The Lord knows the sounds of His Praise. “Praise On Down The Road” a story of non-traditional praise.

Gospel music is traditional and classic, coming from the heart, with an unmistakable feel and sound of a church worship service. Gospel music uplifts the spirit and ushers in the praises of GOD. The world knows the sounds from a predominantly African American church congregation, from organ to piano to drums to expressive soul singing and preaching, but one GOD.

Howard Anderson Jr. ; Author Of Hard Praise, is expressive with non-traditional style and instrumentation for Gospel songs. The lyric’s he writes offer traditional praise, but he follows the beat of a different drummer to create Gospel music as a voice for GOD. The beat of a different drummer is a direct reference to the original drum built by Africans. The drums also provide communication between the different tribes.

Hear the drums as Howard Anderson Jr. sings his song titled “I Pray”

Mycybermap Gospel –

Like a breath of fresh air, Howard’s music is a unique mixture of pop and edgy guitars with Christian lyrics that will have you listening again and again. He knows how to slow it down or amp it up without missing a beat.

a man who has an urban music ministry that is made for a time such as this!

Howard Anderson Jr. Author Of Hard Praise Click the picture to hear the Gospel song HGA
Howard Anderson Jr. is also known as HGA Click the picture listen to the song titled HGA

The origin of Black Gospel music is found in the drums of the tribes of Africa, but one GOD. There are different presentations of Gospel music, but one GOD. There are different Religious denominations, but one GOD.  

Black Africans were captured, traded and transported enslaved, on slave ships during years known as the Middle Passage.

The Middle Passage  years total more than 400; from the 15th century into the 19th century, with slave ship destinations going to South America, The Caribbean islands and in North America.

I believe the Black African ancestors suffered from the affects of Post Traumatic Stress from the months long trip across the ocean and being forced into slavery. We; the descendants of these African tribes, are the living links and a living testimony to slavery. As living links; to the blood of ancestors, we suffer from nightmare dreams, as descendants of these ancestral giants. We gained; as an inheritance, the hidden mental illness problem, Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome.

GOD is our relief; as we sing His Praises handed down to our parents by our ancestors, to battle legalized slavery; which in-turn legalized skin color hatred, imposed with evil and intentional mindset.

Legal slave-holding is unlike the helping hand-up offered to a would be slave called indentured servant . Slavery is an evil wind; thought to be justified, when called White supremacy. Slavery was brutally sustained by offering no human rights or dignity, and no escape from a biblical like system of oppression.

African men and women; who sang in different Homelands in Africa, now would sing as one tribe within one ship of State, called America. Songs sung in bondage, became the Sojourner Truth , and have an evangelical nature. These chants and songs; known as Negro spirituals, are the backbone of the hymns sung during today’s worship services; of every religious denomination unto everlasting.

The civil rights anthem, will forever be We Shall Overcome  .

Negro spirituals; like the drums in Africa, are songs of praise and also served as news of escape opportunities on the underground railroad. People worked together as conductors on the underground railroad, to free slaves who want to be free.

Harriett Tubman said.

I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.

 Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.

The Trinity of GOD would lead GOD fearing people; by faith, to be conductors of escape, from the plantations of the Southern slave States and their owners. The underground railroad worked through a series of private homes and stores, hiding the escaped slaves, moving them from the Southern slave States, into the Northern States and into Canada by the Toronto Underground Railroad .

Kansas Underground Railroad .

Praise on Down the road

The underground railroad led to freedom from the bondage of slavery; while delivering a Race of people and their African traditions to America, changing the world, economically, domestically and spiritually. There were many great men, women and families of White people, who would put their lives in jeopardy to help enslaved Africans gain freedom, the world would never be the same.The African in America influences every walk of life; even denied the truth of their own history, create a new Black culture. The underground railroad delivered the soul of the new Black culture, which would not forget the past religion, but pray to one GOD.

The church and the altar; which is the foundation of fellowship was rebuilt to fulfill the Commandment of GOD,

Remember the Sabbath day, and keep it Holy.

The church is a hospital for our soul, Home of the Holy Spirit and the place for prayer and singing praises. The Elders of the church will rightly lead you to lean on the traditions of singing hymns (Negro Spirituals), which keep a bridge to the ancestors. There is a struggle in the church with participation of the young and old.

New generations of Black culture are not attaching to the traditions of the ancestors. That struggle is going away, due to the continued hardness of the world and the renewed perceptions of a racial inequality. Once again; as if times never changed, the African American is back inside the one ship of State, which began as a nightmare Middle Passage to slavery.

Although this time, believers in the Trinity of GOD, walk through the wilderness and don’t just talk of the traditions of the ancestors, now we must teach and learn the traditions. “We Shall Overcome” .

The Lord knows his Praises, and regardless of the drums or instruments used, young people are necessary to carry forth the past ancestral traditions to the future. The youth are coming back to the church and they’re bringing some contemporary Gospel songs into the church, some which bend to much into things of the world.

Church is a hospital for the soul, it’s the world view points; which are not of GOD, that are trouble. Let’s guard the church to always present the truth and the light of GOD, which is the only escape from evil. The wrong songs can bring evil into the soul and into the church through half truths and watered down messages, which enter the soul through subterfuge, and enter into the church subtly as confusion.

We all are on guard for Spiritual wickedness in high places, those songs of confused messages can no longer carry the righteous praise. There are some in the church, that will reject any sound that does not adhere to traditional Gospel music. The music can be flexible, if the lyric’s are of the teaching or revelation of Christ, creativity must be seen as a talent given by GOD.

Hear Howard Anderson Jr. praise within the song “Everlasting Love”

“Hard Praise Wind & Gospel Song” is a bridge over the  troubled waters from memories of the Middle Passage, to help remember; as part of tradition, African Black American culture and its effect on worship and worship service.

Let us continually embrace Gospel singers and song writers like Howard Anderson Jr., they are the worship leaders, who are anointed and appointed to move to the beat of different drummers from the ancestors.

Peace and Be Blessed