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What’s in your Eye?

I listened to a pastor preaching the other day about excess and couldn’t help but cringe. First this pastor  and his wife both drive the latest model luxury SUV. They can afford private school for 6 children and multiple vacations a year. They have a chef and live in help for the home and nanny services and his wife has a personal trainer. On the day in question he drives up the street followed by his wife in another vehicle and passes by a poor carpenter on his way to church. As he rolls by the carpenter he glances at the man’s shirt and notices that he is wearing some expensive cuff links. The pastor became so incensed by the man’s attire that he spent the entire sermon on adornment. He even noted that “by the amount people return to God you must wonder if they are not robbing God to flash up themselves.

This man bought his “knock off” links at the Chinese store for only $10.00, but the pastor had seen a similar one at his expensive designer store for about $500. The poor carpenter couldn’t afford a fraction of the luxuries of his pastor, but yet the little he did have was offensive to him.


                                                The Cosmic Eye of God

Sometimes we are so out of touch with the daily struggles of our neighbors; and as I am writing about the pastor I include my self. When I moved back to St.Lucia a few years ago I realized that a poor neighbor would take the city bus everyday for no significant reason. I explained that she could save so much money if she consolidated her trips and made one trip or two each week. She rejected my advice and I immediately reasoned that the next time she asked me for money I would tell her off. After hearing the pastor condemn the poor man I compared myself to him. I didn’t have as much as he did, but I still had much more than my neighbor. After all, I traveled by plane every year and one could suggest that this was excessive too. The point is, keep your eyes focused on what you’re doing. Sometimes we read stories and receive sermons for other people. We’re constantly thinking of who other than ourselves some instruction, condemnation or admonition should apply to. We forget that “Therefore now there is no condemnation,” Romans 8 we forget that: For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall bejudged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.Matthew 7:2

Furthermore be reminded and respectful of the anointing of others. for who can stretch forth his hand against the Lord’s anointed, and be guiltless? 1 Samuel 26:9

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The distortion of the Foundation of Science.

Today many believers in God or a creative force behind our universe, seem to be at war with science and scientists. Most would be shocked to discover that Scientists developed in quite the same way that Baptists, Adventists and other christian doctrines did. All of these variations stemmed from a disagreement with the Catholic interpretations or distortions of scripture. As the body of Christ grew it began to do what every living thing does. It began to differentiate into various concentrations; and our founding Scientists were concerned with “How” God created the world. While most other religions concentrated on the moral blue print outlined in the Bible, scientists set out to discover the actual mechanics behind the created world.

The extraordinary accomplishment of these theists was later harnessed by atheists to attack the church and the belief in God. The very terms of these theistic founders were then used against the faithful. Atheism thrives today simply because we have not connected the foundation of science back to the church and the invaders continue to masquerade as intellectuals speaking in tongues. They speak an obscured language with terminology construed to deter the faithful.


Today it is almost impossible to distinguish between an academic scholar and a religious official in their ceremonious gown.

I wonder how many of us know how the scientific doctrine was formed.

Guess who said and did what?

1. Atheism every way seems to be combined with folly and ignorance, seeing nothing can be more justly allotted to fools, than the saying that there is no God.

Hint: this is the founder of Scientific doctrine and the proponent of a very popular term which many atheist have taken on “Reason.”

Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

2. “The Big Bang theory”

This theory was first proposed by Catholic Priest Georges Lemaître, (1894-1966)

The pragmatic method

One of the founders of pragmatic Psychology argued the  legitimacy of religious faith in

The Will to believe, and other essays in popular philosophy By William James

Founders of

Sociology Emile Durkheim

Quantum Physics and the Plank Institute Marx Plank

Calculus and the theory of Gravity: Sir Isaac Newton

It is the perfection of all God’s works that they shall be done with the greatest simplicity and therefore they that would understand the frame of the world must endeavor to reduce their knowledge to all possible simplicity.’
Isaac Newton

Theory of Evolution

Charles Darwin Anglican priest.

This led James Maxwell to prophesize that
In Science, it is when we take some interest in the great discoverers and their lives that it becomes endurable, and only when we begin to trace the development of ideas that this becomes fascinating.
James Clerk Maxwell.. electrodynamics
Consequently there is not a scientist who has made any remarkable impact on science which lacked a foundation in theology. Even Darwin himself was a theology student and an Anglican priest.
All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter. Anybody who has been seriously engaged in scientific work of any kind realizes that over the entrance to the gates of the temple of science are written the words: Ye must have faith. It is a quality which the scientist cannot dispense with.
Max Planck (Planck’s constant, Planck time and length, Quantum Mechanics)
In the period of great enlightenment emerged many true priests of science learning to read the book of creation. Among them Max Planck a renowned German scientist eloquently directed a generation to the force behind his genius. Planck continued in the paths of Newton and Bacon among other pioneers believing that both traditional religion and

natural science required a belief in God for their activities, to the former he is the starting point, and to the latter the goal of every thought process. To the former He is the foundation, to the latter, the crown of the edifice of every generalized world view.

If we don’t research our foundation it is very easy for our enemies to hijack it as their own. This is the central thesis of the Bible. The devil attempts to take over heaven. Now you know how the story begun fast forward to the end and the great book tells us

This message and preaching is not with wise and persuasive words,
but with a demonstration of the SPIRIT’S POWER,
so that your faith might not rest on any man’s wisdom, but on God’s power.
We do, however, speak a message of wisdom among the mature, but not the wisdom of this age or of the rulers of this age, who are coming to nothing.
No, we spe



ak of God’s secret wisdom, a wisdom that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began.
None of the rulers of this age understood it, for if they had, they would not continue to crucify the Lord of glory. However, as it is written: No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him”
but God has revealed it here by his Spirit. 1 Corinthians 2:4-16

1 Corinthians: 1:25-29
Not many wise, mighty,or noble are called. But God has chosen the foolish of the world to put to shame the wise, the weak to put to shame the mighty and the base and despised he has chosen, those which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are, that no flesh should glory in his presence.

Ironically the bible speaks of theirs as a wisdom which is coming to nothing.



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My trip to Sacramento, CA 6/6-6/9

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After visiting Medgar University in April, I received an invitation to take part in the Sacramento Book fair in CA. Sorry I really didn’t get a chance to take more photos. The trip was a mixture of disappointment and exhilaration. I was disappointed in CA, I guess I expected to meet the producers and directors; but that’s the next step. One step at a time and it will all be worth it.

It was nearly impossible to take photos of myself while working, and so many shots were terrible.

Here are some other links.

From the Organizers

From Dr. Victoria Rowell

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Tribute to Maya

Hey Shema,

At Dr. Maya Angelou’s memorial service, First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech blew my mind. Oprah’s words were phenomenal. Ms. Tyson’s reflections were heartwarming. Lee Ann Womack sang my favorite song, “I Hope You Dance”. Valerie Simpson made me want to shout for joy. But it was something that former President Bill Clinton said that shook something in me. He was talking about her life and all that she had done. All of her books, poems and accolades. She worked with civil rights giants including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He went on and on and then he said, “On her 40th birthday Dr. King was assassinated.” I thought, to myself, “Dear God, she had done all of that by 40.”

I’m 44, I’m behind… LOL. I got so inspired. Her life was such an example to all that you can achieve, whatever you’d like, no matter where you came from. Sitting in that chapel I could hear her voice on my phone as it had been many times. The conversation would always start with “Hello you brilliant man”. She made me light up and feel like I could do anything. That was her gift to us all. And above the beauty of the celebration of her life yesterday, more than anything in that room, what I felt most was her life calling us all higher.

God, thank you for allowing us to have shared this planet with Dr. Maya Angelou.