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Liturgical Season –
Return / Victorious Living
Symbol – Akoma Ntoso
symbol of understanding and agreement
By God’s amazing grace we come to the end of yet another year. Twenty-twenty has been filled with the trauma of a world-wide pandemic (COVID-19), the extra-judicial killings of Breanna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmad Abery and many, many more; countless lies and truth-twisting from the highest office of the land, white supremacist terrorism, protests by women and Black Lives Matter both of whom are seeking justice; mounting hunger, homelessness, joblessness, and despair. The list actually goes on.
It may seem that God has removed the divine hand from the human family – that the Divine has left the human family to our own devices. Yet, it is more probable that God is smack dab in the middle of it all.
A new age/eon is dawning. Dr. Finch reminds us that there is upheaval at the end of every age/eon (see Echoes of the Old Darkland). When asked by the disciples the signs of the coming end of the age, Jesus responded that a host of environmental, social, and military issues that occur as signs of the end age (Matthew 24:3-8). It is not the end of the world. It is the end of an age we are experiencing. This age and the next are firmly in the hands of God. (MORE)
Memory Verse: Matthew 12:2
Whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.
First Afrikan Church is an Africentric Christian Ministry that empowers women, men youth and children to move from membership to leadership in the church, community and the world.
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