Posts Tagged ‘Prayers’

Ireland in Africa. Part-Two.

UN Troops.

The saddest deployment for ireland in Africa, was that of the Congo rebellion and the loss of soldiers. Wars are plenty on this very divided continent, over millenia this has been the case. Tribal, political and religious ideology, if not just gangs of criminals have plagued the peoples of many nations.

Many British colonial regiments had Irish detachments, particulary in the Boer wars in South-Africa 1899 and 1904. Irish Republican also fought with both the Boers and later the ANC, right up to the release of Nelso Mandela.

Many Christians have lost their lives in missionary work, which today is paying off with a rise and revivals after revivals across many of these distrubed lands.

God who chose Ethiopia, Cush, Libya, Sheba and Nubia is now at work all over and many lives are being changed for the better. One day black believers will be coming to Europe, Asia, Chian and the Americas to share the Gospel!

Genesis 2:13,  Psalm 68:31,  87:4,   Isaiah 45:14,   Acts 2:10-11,   8:27-29.

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God is moving in Africa. Part-Three.

Black Wives.

When we talk start to talk about people in the bible we very quickly like to show our prejudice wrapped up or disguised in knowledge. We will say that God did not call children such as Samuel and Jeremiah to be Prophets. We also tend to disguise the facts that the Egyptian race was not black, but white.

God and the bible do not discriminate on races and colors. Both Joseph and Moses were married to black woman and King Solomon may have had a sexual relationship with the Queen of Sheba. Read the book of Solomon and you will quickly discover, she was a black woman. God is moving in Africa, because their cries for God’s mercy and help, after 400 years of slavery have been heard. Genesis 41:45-46.  Exodus 2:15-22,  Numbers 12:1.

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