> Yahbilah Hannah Yah: February 2020

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Coronavirus Update: Prepare, Prepare, Prepare for the Worse!


As the stock market plunges and millions of investors rub their foreheads in perplexed disappointment, the unseen culprit called the coronavirus continues its reign of terror across the globe. 

I won't waste time telling you that this deadly outbreak is Divine judgment from the Most High. You can bear witness that for over a year my appeal to you has been a call to repentance.  We have emphasized the importance of turning away from wickedness while you still can. So, here we are living in the moment.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Bewitched, Belittled, and Betrayed


After all you have been through, and all you are currently going through, the last thing you want to hear as a black man and woman, is that you are under a spell. You are bewitched, belittled, and betrayed.

Yes, beloved. You are under a spell and have been for quite some time. However, ritualistic practices have intensified with time. And your bewitched condition is more pronounced. The black woman's embrace of Me Too and the whole feminist agenda, in turning away from the black man, is evidence of the sorcery's strength. And so is the black man's infatuation with other strange women and delusional hatred of the black woman.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Black History Month: Is February Significant?


The month of February is traditionally set aside in honor of Black History. It is not clear why the shortest month was chosen to celebrate the people with the broadest memoir. Nevertheless, annual efforts go into organizing often mundane gatherings that are identical in content to the year before.

When taken seriously, and studied in-depth, the thought of Black History carries a different value. It is then understood as something hallow and noteworthy. And not merely having strategically selected names thrown out to placate a group of oppressed people.

Taken from that premise, listening to this Podcast episode will thrill and even excite you beyond what you have come to know as Black History. Enjoy!

Monday, February 10, 2020

Gayle King, Oprah Winfrey, Snoop Dog, and Susan Rice: Signs of the Time

 

If the name Gayle King wasn't a household topic before, it is now. Along with Oprah Winfrey, Snoop Dog, and Susan Rice. Each of these individuals is making headlines. All for different, yet similar and connected reasons.