How can we be colorblinded? Noah had been sealed into one of the eternal covenants of God; although Noah was drunk and uncovered physically, he was nevertheless covered with the righteousness of God.
This Black History Month message by Dr. E. Dewey Smith, provides a biblical look at African heritage. Noah’s youngest was named Ham, an Egyptian word meaning "black”. The sons of Ham are stated to have been "Cush and Mizraim and Phut and Canaan”.
Listen as Dr. Smith explains the curse pronounced by Noah against Ham; the origin of the curse and the oppressive nature of the curse. In the process destroys the long held misrepresentation that black people were cursed by God. If you want to feed both your soul and mind this is the sermon for you! Warning you must be willing to handle the truth!
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Does your disbelief in God prevent you from getting where you need to be? Can your insufficient supply of resources prohibit your awaiting destiny? In this continual series on Expanding Your Capacity, Dr. E. Dewey Smith teaches us that all things are possible for those who believe, when you have a full tank mentality. Overcome your disbelief and take your issues to God, when your journey’s long but your tank's running low on fuel. He’ll come from the top to the bottom to fill you up with overflow and increase your faith, just when you thought you’d exceeded your resource capacity. #NoLimits #Belief #FullTank #LiveBetter #HOHATL Mark 9:14-23 4/15/18
"What is in front of you is greater than what's behind you." ~ Dr. E. Dewey Smith Scripture Reference: Exodus 14:19 11/3/19
"Faith is the fuel that helps you close the gap from where you are to where you want to be." ~ Dr. Donald L. Parson Scripture Reference: Matthew 14:28-29 (NIV) 11/18/18
Dr. E. Dewey Smith Jr, in his unique way, uses the Mexican holiday Cinco De Mayo to deliver a divine message. Cinco de Mayo, celebrates Mexico's victory over the French army which came to enslave Mexico. The Mexico army was small in comparison to the mighty French Army, which on the outside made this look like an easy conquest for the French. Similarly, at times we are small compared to the obstacles we face, some which can become all consuming. In this message Dr. Smith explains how you can have your own Cinco de Mayo (Mi Cinco de Mayo) thanks to Jesus Christ. He came to fight the battles of our sins and provide a different kind of freedom. The beauty of this message is not only what Jesus did but how he does it! This one will have you proclaiming "Mi Cinco of De Mayo" every day of the year! #LiveBetter #GodPeriod #Freedom Scripture Reference: 2 Corinthians 3:7, 3:15 & 3:17 (Key Verse) 5/4/19