MemberAugust 17, 2020 at 4:49 pm
I hear you, but I disagree. This is not a matter of rebellion. This is a matter of fleeing captivity. As soon as African Americans were given freedom from slavery, the first thing they should’ve done was pack up and move back to Africa. Instead, they settled in America and tried to assimilate. Well we all see how that worked out didn’t we. The lynchings, KKK, Jim Crow, police brutality, racism and the list goes on.
You tell me, is it better to waste away in Babylon, or to seek refuge in the comfort of the wilderness of the people? The Lord said he would call us out from the four corners of the earth. That his holy spirit would whisper into our hearts and lead us into the wilderness. That we would see visions and dreams of what’s to come.
The awakening is real! And a big part of the awakening is separation from Babylon, both spiritually and physically. If Africa is the place where we are all destined to return to, then what difference does it make if we go now vs in the peak of the tribulation? We’re still going into the wilderness, regardless.