1743: Homann Heirs’ German Map of Judah On The West Coast of Africa

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This is a 1743 map released by Homann Heirs that shows The Kingdom of Judah on West Coast of Africa. This map is from Germany.

1743 Homann Heirs Map of Judah In West Africa

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"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

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  • Ever since I have come to the truth about our people and why and how slavery happened, as described in the Bible, it has completely inspired me to delve more into my Bible and conduct my own research. Everything that you speak on is backed up by numerous scriptures and books in the Bible. The Bible, for me, has become a “history” book (for lack of a better term) of how we came to be and how we were before our disobedience to The Most High. It is truly amazing how forgiving Yahuah was, and still is, to our people and how many chances our ancestors had to turn and repent of their sins before Yahuah decided “enough is enough”. I don’t know about you, but I am very tired of being chastised by The Most High for the disobedience and sins of our ancestors, and for the sins I committed, known and unknown until now. I have been praying hard and steady these past two weeks in acknowledging my sins and the sins of our ancestors and seeking HIS complete and total forgiveness. I must say, I feel lighter in my spirit and overjoyed that I am coming into the knowledge of The Most High Yahuah. This is what needs to be taught in black churches. Seek ye FIRST the Kingdom of Heaven, and everything else falls into place. We have to first and foremost REPENT, which does not just mean saying “I’m sorry” but acknowledging our wrongdoing to HIM that Saves. HE knows what we do – but we have to acknowledge it (lay it out there) to HIM in order to receive forgiveness.

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