God’s Plan

When the most precious things we love, become the precious things we miss, let the best of memories take their rightful place in your hearts and mind first. -Roy L. Rucker Sr.

Open up my eyes Lord!

“Until Christ returns, or calls me home, here in the power of Christ I’ll stand!”—(In Christ Alone)

13th Amendment (January 31, 1865) This day in history many years ago.

The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. In Congress, it was passed by the Senate on April 8, 1864, and by the House on January 31, 1865.

Though it provided promise of a vastly different life for the formerly enslaved, so many loopholes made it woefully ineffective.

The outlet to freedom essentially still allowed for new forms of covert and overt slavery to take place due to lack of the enforcement guaranteed in Section 2 of the Amendment.

Many strides towards total equality have been made but the struggle is still real today.


Always Stand Ready

When you cry to be King, be sure your neck is strong enough to support the weight your head will receive.

I’m not only speaking of physical weight, I’m speaking of the weight of responsibility that comes with being King and the symbolization of the crown.

Don’t just dream, be ready for the moment your dreams come true. And above all else, act like you’ve been there when the time comes!

Everyone can’t be King!