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February 20 , 2010

The Black Watchman Sleepeth


The Black Watchman Sleepeth is an encouragement to the Black church that God has not forgotten nor forsaken us as a people. It is a clarion call to awaken and arise, putting on strength and garments of splendor. We are to shake off the dust of the past, rise up, sit enthroned in heavenly places, freeing ourselves from the chains off of our neck. It is a freedom call, and labor of love that requires vision, burden and voice. We advance in synergy of unity, and the mobilization of strategic intercession under the leadership of the apostles and prophets. Collectively, we decree and declare with a priestly and prophetic voice under the banner of Jesus Christ and in the powerful anointing of the Holy Spirit, “Let My People Go.”

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