walktheworldwithgod:

Emergency Numbers:
When in sorrow - - - - call John 14 When men fail you - - - - call Psalm 27 If you want to be fruitful, - - - - call John 15 When you have sinned - - - - call Psalm 51 When you worry - - - - call Matthew 5:19-34. When you are in danger - - - - call Psalm 91. When God seems far away - - - - call Psalm 139. When your faith needs stirring - - - - call Hebrews 11. When you are lonely and fearful - - - - call Psalm 23. When you grow bitter and critical - - - - call 1 Cor. 13. For Paul’s secret to happiness - - - - call Col. 3:12-17. For idea of Christianity - - - - call 1 Cor. 5:15-19. When you feel down and out - - - - call Romans 8:31-39. When you want peace and rest - - - - call Matt. 11:25-30. When the world seems bigger than God - - - - call Psalm 90. When you want Christian assurance - - - - call Romans 8:1-30. When you leave home for labor or travel - - - - call Psalm 121. When your prayers grow narrow or selfish - - - - call Psalm 67. For a great invention/opportunity - - - - call Isaiah 55. When you want courage for a task - - - - call Joshua 1. How to get along with fellowmen - - - - call Romans 12. When you think of investments/returns - - - - call Mark 10. If you are depressed - - - - call Psalm 27. If your pocketbook is empty - - - - call Psalm 37. If your loosing confidence in people - - - - call 1 Cor. 13. If people seem unkind - - - - call John 15. If discouraged about your work - - - - call Psalm 126. If you find the world growing small, and yourself great - call Psalm 19.

Beyoncé & Jay Z were shooting a NEW music video over by Lacontenta yesterday (most likely On The Run).
postracialcomments:

youngblackandvegan:

slickrick718:

#rememberourhistory #blackkings #blackqueens #africanhistory

y’all know Africa had more empires and kingdoms and advanced civilizations besides egypt, right?
y’all boring me with this shit really. not even really trying

Not trying at all
thetpr:

indiemargaux:

kemetic-dreams:

Ethiopian freedom fighters

Beautiful.

Dope
passivefloral:

African Queens by darklorddisco on Flickr.

“This is why we cant have shit!”

see also; "This is why we can’t have nice things." African American Proverb (via blackproverbs)
“Don’t let me go to (insert place) and find out you’re not there”

 what your parents say to you when they know you’re trying to lie to them about your plans: African American Proverb: Black Parents Edition (via blackproverbs)
“Excuse me?”

God giving you another chance after you say the wrong thing to African-American moms. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)
“I brought you into this world, and I can take you out.”

used to remind a child who is owed respect in the parent child dynamic. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition. (via blackproverbs)

I always like to say that whether you’re African American, Afro-Jamaican, Afro-Haitian, Afro-British, Afro-Cuban, Afro-Panamanian, whatever—black is black. We all came from Africa and we all ended up in different countries all over the world, but the root of the tree is still black—period. This division that we’ve created by identifying what kind of Black you are is stupid.



Laz Alonso (via thechanelmuse)


cartelgathering:

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Dorothy Dandridge

I want to look like this.
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