Wednesday, March 19, 2008

To the followers of Rev. Jeremiah Wright

If you imagine yourself to be an exile in America, a "stranger in a strange land", let me urge you to heed the words of the prophet Jeremiah.

"Seek the welfare of the city where I [the Lord] have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf: For in its welfare you will find your welfare."
(Jer. 29:7).

Anger will feast on your soul, reducing you to hate-wreathed bones, otherwise.


  1. What scripture reference do you have for the oppressors?
    The issue is not that Blacks view themselves as stangers and pilgrims as much as they have been TREATED as such; at least the previous generation that has reared this present one. I use 40 years as a generation.

  2. A generation is customarily considered to be 20 years.

    By the way, I think everyone feels like a stranger in a strange land" at times.

  3. "hate-wreathed bones"

    I'm loving that word-pic. Just damn!


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