The Wisdom of #Jesus ..’ – #In14Ways #Mercyfulgrace #SundayConfession

Written by Anthony Everest

The wisdom behind Jesus washing his disciples feet is #deep ..’ – #In14Ways

As the light transcends more light, so does the light reflect more light. Without say, so does the light shine, forth ..’

When your friends, turn foes (the ones you thought would stick around) – that’s when this light will find you ..’ Shine on you. Beneath you. It will engulf you. Radiate you. Liven you. Become you.

And to this light, may you shine, and shine, and shine again – until – the whole world see’s the light in you! Amen ..’

People think some Christians are not evil. Think again. Judas was #one ..’

I’ve seen amazing things and been to amazing places in my life. If I told you, I’ve walked on clouds, you wont believe.

So, let’s just say, nothing compares to someone talking, and walking, within your heart. Gracefully. Night and day. Gently ebbing you the upward stream!

Gratitude never leave my door. I need it in abundance. But I will never take responsibility for your insecurities, projected, at me ..’

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#Love

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Giuseppe Nkansah, #Model ..’ – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

Giuseppe Nkansah, Interview #In14Ways – https://MercyfulGrace.blog

Finally, caught up with the man himself. Took a while but we are here now. This rising multiple award winning fashionista is faithfully driven with passion, coupled with good hard work ethics, very admirable ..’

1. How are you today

Am wonderful! Thanks so much.

2. Whats your story

My Name is Giuseppe Nkansah, originally from Ghana but born and raised in Italy. After I finished my Studies in Media, I decided to move to London where I started my career in the Fashion Industry.

Life has be up and down, but I still move on.

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3 Who inspires you most
The Person who has inspired me the most, is me because I know how much I have prayed, and how much I have worked so hard to achieve what I have dreamed of, since I was a child. So yeah !! I am the my own great inspiration. I motivate myself a lot even when nobody else does it.

4. Do you think you have a hard reputation?
Yes I do.

I am always Positive.

5. What wont you put up with?

Putting others down.

6. How do you define yourself

Creative

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7. Whats life harshest lesson?

When you trust someone so easily.

8. Would you love again?

We can’t never stop Loving.

True love doesn’t have a happy ending, because true love never ends.

9. Who would you trust?

God. I love this verse. It says:
Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and don’t lean on your own understanding. I love it.

Without my trust in him, I would not be where I am today.

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10. Is modelling a great job?

For everyone, it is different. On my side, I have never had complaints.

Actually… yeah !!! The worst side in the modelling job is when the team aren’t on time.

I love when they style me. Make ups? baah, hard to find the right make up artist. In many pictures you see, I do direct myself, actually, I also direct the photographer, to make sure he has the right angle.

I can be annoyed most of the times but you need to remember you are the image.

I do remember my second shoot I had in year 2012, we spent 11 hours just for 3 collections.

I will never forget it. But the good side was they brought food. Without food, I can’t pose in front the camera.

I love it not just because I love pictures but I have had the chance to meet great designers.

If you want to ask me about how much they do pay me, sorry it’s confidential.

11. Next big plan
I love surprises. Trust me.

You better wait and see.

12. Advise for newbies
Dreams and Visions can take time but it doesn’t mean you need to stop believing in yourself. You have the power to control your Vision, you should not give up, no matter what. Work hard and Never forget to put God First.

13. Whats your weakness?
To be honest,

I feel shy most of the times
Especially talking in public, and this is one of my weaknesses

14. Say a prayer for us, all and humanity

May the Lord help us to achieve our dreams because everything is possible.

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Always listen to the #HolySpirit ..’ – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

Written by Anthony Everest

So true.

Today. I tried to out smart the Holy Spirit. Both times I was wrong.

1. I needed an internet cafe to type up a quick letter to print for an urgent post.

2. The Holy Spirit directed me to 1 of 2 – the nearest one to me, knowing there was, a convict, I’m avoiding working at 2 of 2.

3. I said na.. I’m going to 2 of 2, cuz he’s in prison. He won’t be there. He’d been arrested for some stuff. His boss is friendly. He will accommodate me.

4. Literally, I got there. Who was there. Him. The convict. I walked past the cafe like I was hurrying pass, going elsewhere; like an actor.

5. I continued, remembering of a third one; further on. I had never used it before but knew it was there. I got there impatiently. There was a queue. So I grabbed some quick lunch next door and came back hurriedly with it eating away on the resting queue.

6. Lo and behold – after I waited till my turn. The attendant told me – ‘Sorry, we dont provide that service here anymore”. I could see the abandoned terminals. I was like, you mean I spent all that time waiting for nothing?

7. Then it landed. You did not go to 1 of 2. Even your 2 of 3 was useless. But thank God for grace. I asked a local for help in my distress and I was led to 4 of 4, further along – 5 mins away. It was the final bliss; but it costed me an extra hour. Obedience is better than sacrifice.

Always listen to the Holy Spirit.

My Prayer for you:

I pray for unparalled great vindication; full of a bountiful #MercyfulGrace on any afflicted blessed burdened, where ever curried, by any loveless entity; now known, or unknown. #Amen ..’

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Power & #Marginalization ..’ – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

Written by Sally B Hunt

Just because some people who are members of marginalized, oppressed, vulnerable groups can OVERCOME THE ODDS and become financially successful, that doesn’t negate the reality of oppression.

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Sure, some marginalized, oppressed folks can overcome the odds by achieving financial success, *DESPITE* all of the constant *extra disadvantages* working against them, despite all of the EXTRA struggles they’re forced to endure that

Columbus didn’t discover America. He couldn’t have discovered a place people where already living in ..’ – Jane Elliott

privileged folks don’t despite all the adversity, the mistreatment, the ABUSE, the biases against them, the violence, the prejudice, the discrimination, the belittling, the over-policing of every little thing they say and do, the dehumanizing, the degradation, the INVALIDATING, the dismissiveness, the mocking, etc.

So, sure, some people became financially successful, *IN SPITE OF* their oppression. That doesn’t negate the reality of their oppression.

It doesn’t make their oppression in any way acceptable.

Don’t normalize oppression. Don’t minimize, ignore, dismiss, or invalidate the *preventable* & *unnecessary* pain, suffering, misery, and despair that oppression causes every single day.

Oppression destroys lives daily.

This is about power and who ABUSES their power over others.

Power dynamics are always at play. Power imbalances always exist. Power isn’t only about an official position over others. Social power also exists and is about how some

tend to get taken more seriously when they speak and are automatically given the benefit of the doubt each day in society.

Abuse, oppression, exploitation, and injustice are never acceptable.

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Sally Hunt on #Racism ..’ – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace #SpreadLove

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Sally B Hunt said on a long viral post on the many comments – to a video she posted on white supremacy:

She started with:

Racism against w people doesn’t exist. There’s no such thing. W people invented race/racism. We are all socialized into w supremacy, AKA racism.

Yes, there is indeed racism against Hispanic people. I never said there wasn’t. Watch the video again. I explained the basic fact that there’s no such thing as “racism against w***e people”.

That’s a fact. It’s never existed because the entire concept of race and racism was created by w***e people for the purposes of benefiting / privileging / making profits for them. That’s why racism exists.

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