Mini Study Monday: Truth

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Focus Verse

“Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.” – Psalms 25:5

Words Worth Knowing
  • emeth (Strong’s #571): firmness, faithfulness, truth
  • alétheia (Strong’s #225): truth, but not merely truth as spoken; truth of idea, reality, sincerity, truth in the moral sphere, divine truth revealed to man, straightforwardness.
Today’s Reading Selection
Quick Fact

European revisionist history is focused on covering up the truth about Europeans perpetrating crimes against humanity.

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By Black History In The Bible

"And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not. Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? He that is of God heareth God's words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God." - John 8:45-47

One Comment

  • I do much appreciate the work/research you do. I think on both sides of the atlantic (Africa & America) there were generation gaps as a result of slavery. this has resulted in Africans also not knowing the past. For example we do not really know our true origins. The history we are taught (Am from Zambia) only goes as far back as the 14AD. But when you check with the bible you discover that our history dates back as far as King Solomon. Most of our history is oral, meaning that if some of our people who were custodians of this history were taken to America, then part of our history was lost (my assumptions). I am Bemba and according to the history we were taught, our origin is the Luba Lunda kingdom in what is today Katanga Province in Congo DR. But according to oral tradition, we originate from Kola, between Congo and Angola. Oral Tradition has it that the three sons of Chief Mukulumpe were building a tower to reach the heavens when this tower collapsed and killed a lot of people. The chief was so furious and this led to the two of the three sons fleeing eastward to what is today known as Northern Zambia. Curiously they were led/guided by a white man who they called Luchele Nganga. He is said to have performed many miracles. Pardon my English.

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