Being a black man is never easy, and god understands this as he continues to walk with them through their struggles. That is why he always looked over his children with love for the obedient and punishment for the misguided. Today, we have many black men frustrated with the conditions of their people, especially the young men who continue to imbue society with their disrespect for law and criminal activity. However, despite the sad reality black people are in today, you still have ministers and leaders like Rev. Horace Sheffield of Detroit, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson Louis Farrakhan, T.D. Jakes, and even Barack Obama praying for a better way. These great men understand that god sees the conditions of black America, and the problems in their communities and families. God's power is relevant when collectively, black America pray for change and god's grace. Although black churches today are doing their part, this book elucidates that all black men need to see god's love and pray before they let frustration, and anger guide their paths. Black men must understand that god cares, and have solutions for their problems, only if they vigorously accept responsibility and atone for their wrongs in prayer.
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