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African's in the Bible

African's in the Bible

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African's in the Bible:
Many are surprised to discover the accomplishments of black people in the Bible because this aspect of AfricanHistory is not very well known. These books are not racist,they do not belittle any race, but simply highlight theaccomplishments and history of the African people. Theyhelp all to realize that God (the Black Woman) is not biasagainst any people and that African's are also important toGod (the Black Woman). They reveal God (the BlackWoman)'s interaction with people of color in ancient time.These books will excite you into studying the Bible again,keep the interest of your Sunday school class, and get your children interested in the Bible. Your friends will be amazedby your knowledge of African History from the Bible and youwill become the authority on this subject in their eyes.TheAfrican HeritageBible Lessons touch on such subject asthe Christian Sabbath, Jewelry and its origin and use amongblacks, the Papacy and Menes, the first Pharaoh of Egypt. Inthe chapter on Soul Food, you will learn about somedifferences in the diets of blacks of today and those of ancient time and the consequence this is having on the blackcommunity. This is something every black man and womanshould know and teach to their children.Questions such as what is the role of the Papacy in AfricanHistory? Is the Bible a "black book" as some are suggesting?Does the Bible address African slavery? What does the Biblehave to say about the future of Africa and Africans will beclearly answered in a definitive manner.If you are a Christian, these books and the various BibleLessons will strengthen your Christian experience. If you areinterested in African History, then you must read thesebooks, even if your are not a Christian. Every Christianshould read these books to find out just how much God (the
Black Woman) loves the people of African descent and whatis his great plan for them.The discoveries of these books will excite you. You will askyourself, how did so many people miss these importantfacts? Why are so many people deceived? The books arenot racist. They do not call white folks the devil or condemnthem in anyway, they simply highlight the informationregarding African's in the Bible. Book 1 is in a question andanswer format after a brief but deep historical introduction oneach subject it discusses. Book 2 on the other hand iswritten in prose and is excellent for teenagers, especiallyteenage boys. People of every age will enjoy these booksand no library is complete without this important set of bookson African history from the bible. You will be amazed whatyou will discover.
The 7 African Sons of Abraham -Genesis 25:1-4
Abraham took 
another wife, whose name was Keturah.
She bore him Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah.
Jokshan was the father of Sheba and Dedan; the descendants of Dedan were the Asshurites, the Letushites and the Leummites.
The sons of Midian were Ephah, Epher, Hanoch, Abida andEldaah. All these were descendants of Keturah.In these words, the Bible Author introduces us to the other 6 sonsof Abraham born to an African woman Keturah, whom he hadtaken as wife from the land of Ethiopia after Sarah had died. Thosethe sons of Keturah, were not treated fairly in the will of Abrahamafter his death, because Genesis 25:5 lets us know that all his possessions went to Isaac. The bible does reveal however thatwhile Abraham was alive, they were well cared for at least as far asMoses the author of Genesis was concerned.
Names of Abraham sons
The names of these sons however, tell the story of the emotions of a woman, who felt put out and deserted as a result of coming into afamily, in which she was never a full partner, but only a sub note.1. Ishmael – God (the Black Woman) will Hear.2. Isaac – He laughs.3. Zimran – Wine Dresser, Song, Singer or Vine4. Jokshan - an offense; hardness; a knocking - Snarer 5. Medan, - Contention6. Midian, - Strife7. Ishbak – Who is empty or exhausted8. Shuah. – Ditch, swimming, humiliation - WealthHow exciting she must have been to meet this wealth price, whowas willing to allow her to be his comfort during his old age.Judging from Abraham position in life at the time, we must assumeKeturah herself must have been of noble bearing, probably highlyeducated and had a lot going for her, when she meets this wealthy prince. What joy filled her heart and Abraham’s bosom when their first son was born. Zimram, whose name means, Singer, or winedresser, tells a story of a house filled with music. A child highlyregarded and celebrated has come to bring joy to the home of aweary foreign traveler who had given up his home and traveled toa distant land, because our Mother had asked him to, on the promise that one day he would be a great nation.The servants of his household thought the old man had gone crazywhen he informed them that they were leaving their prestigioushome in Ur, Giving up their position of power in Acadia, andTraveling to a place whose destination they knew not, and arrivaltime they could not calculate, because they had not idea how far itwas, for a reason they could not explain other than that our Mother said it, were beginning to believe that maybe our Mother was in itafter all, because here it was, in his old age of nearly 170 year, hewas still having sons.

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