Saturday, April 11, 2015

Watch One of Bishop Paul Morton's Best Sermons, "I Can't Breathe"


After the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, Bishop Paul Morton preached a very powerful sermon, 'I Can't Breathe.'   He points out that we must hear the Word of God, in order for everything to be normal for this generation.   The Bible is so clear in Romans 10:14, 'how can you hear without the preacher?'  Therefore, if you refuse to hear the preacher, then Satan will take your breath in all sorts of way, because the answer is most definitely is, repentance, that's it.   

As a race of people, we've got to change our mindset and hear God, this is ultimate power against the enemy.   Bishop Morton says in his own race that many of you want to just hear the preacher for civil rights and not God's rights.  If we want to breath without the white supremacist or any other race and even those within our own race who can also be very evil is, to fully submit to Jesus Christ.  We cannot depend on civil rights leader to combat the enemy, but when we make a choice to follow our spiritual leaders, then we will be able to breathe again and then these fatal tragedies will cease.

Bishop Morton preaches many black people do not want to deal with the truth and this is why many things have not worked out for our race. Once you camaflouge the truth, then we cannot be set free and it also go for law enforcement who pretends that racism does not exist as Bishop Morton points out.
Bishop Paul Morton mentions one of the most important scriptures found in 2 Chronicles 7:14,
'If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.'
Being the only descendants from black slaves, black people know better than to turn away from God. Repent, for you cannot do what other races do, it's time to follow spiritual leaders and not civil rights leaders who are most of the time against pure holiness and righteousness.  

Bishop Paul Morton is probably a part of the 1% of preachers who have had an altar call for young black men, after the various tragedies across America.

In conclusion, Bishop Paul Morton's sermon is also very important after the recent death of Walter Scott and other black men who have been gunned down by police officers.

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Source and Photo: Robin M. Ware

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