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Hang On by Kierra Sheard

Hang On by Kierra Sheard

Turbulence is the price you pay for flying high. So don’t give up, Hang In There! by Bishop J. Drew Sheard with song Hang On by Kierra Sheard.

If It Was Easy, There Would Be No

If It Was Easy, There Would Be No ???

Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship! So, if you fall down seven times. Make sure you get up eight! https://www.youtube.com/watch?enablejsapi=1&autoplay=0&cc_load_policy=0&iv_load_policy=1&loop=0&modestbranding=0&rel=1&showinfo=1&fs=1&playsinline=1&autohide=2&theme=dark&color=red&controls=2&" class="__youtube_prefs__" title="YouTube player" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen data-no-lazy="1" data-skipgform_ajax_framebjll="">
Revolution by Kirk Franklin

Do You Want A Revolution

The book of Revelation 7: 16-17, They shall hunger no more, neither shall they thirst any more; neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat.

Leela James Say That

Leela James Say That

Leela James Say That Say That You Want Me Say That You Need Me Say That You’ll Have Me Just The Way That I Am Say That You’ll Love Me Say That You’ll Put No One Above Me Say That I’Am Your Woman, & You Are My Man You Got Me Thinking About “I Do” …

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Every Praise with Hezekiah Walker

Every Praise with Hezekiah Walker

Sing Hallelujah, is to our God... Sing Hallelujah, is to our God... Every Praise, is to our God... Every Praise, is to our God... Every Praise, is to our God... Every Praise, is to our God...
Henry Highland Garnet - Black History Month

Henry Highland Garnet – Black History Weekly Wednesday 2015

Henry Highland Garnet was an African-American abolitionist born circa December 23, 1815 in Kent County, Maryland. Born being a slave, he and his loved ones escaped to New York when he was nine years of age. During the 1840’s and decades afterward Henry grew to become an abolitionist. His “Call to Rebellion” speech persuaded slaves …

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Fannie Lou Hamer - Black History Month 2015

Fannie Lou Hamer – Black History Weekly Wednesday 2015

Fannie Lou Hamer was born October 6, 1917, in Montgomery County, Mississippi. In 1944 this lady met municipal rights activists who actually encouraged blacks to register to vote. She slowly became active in helping. In addition, she worked for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) that fought racial segregation and injustice throughout the South. In …

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