LET’S KEEP IT REAL – “There Aren’t Any Black Leaders In America”


For the longest time I have been wondering who elects or determines who is a so-called “Black leader?”

I don’t remember voting for anyone in particular to speak for my specific concerns as they may relate to my ethnicity.

According to one researcher, nearly two-thirds of African-American (63.8%) believe that Black leaders are typically chosen by the White media.

Be wary when your declared opponent and historical oppressor chooses your leadership for you.

Have we allowed unchallenged Blacks and none-blacks and none-black controlled entities and clandestine political agencies to tell Black People who their spokespersons and community leaders are? If so, then how can we begin to speak about racial unity and mutual cultural respect and empathetic understanding and peace when we allow the media and other reporting entities to divide us by presuming to label certain religious, social and political personalities as “Black Leaders” and spokespersons for the perspective of All Black American?

If Black People have Black Leaders who speak for them, then White people must have White Leaders who speak for them and Hispanic people must have Hispanic Leaders who speak for them and the Asian people must have Asian Leaders who speak for them.

And if Black People have designated spokespersons who speak representing the “Black Agenda,” then there must be designated White Leaders and Hispanic Leaders and Asian Leaders and every kind of racial leader imaginable to represent and speak out on behalf of their individual race’s unified agenda, if there be any such animal as a “unified agenda.”

Are you beginning to get the point?

Are you beginning to see the danger in such a notion and designation as “Black Leadership” versus the unifying idea of righteous and honest National leadership?

The point is that there is no single individual or group of individuals who represent “the Black perspective” or anyone who has primary control over “the Black agenda.” We are as diverse as anyone and nearly every Black American citizen is fully capable of thinking for themselves and leading their own families.

For me it is clear that the concept of Black leadership absolutely must change right now.  It must be decentralized so that all of us are carrying the weight instead of waiting for a small group of people to get everything done.  We must also consider the gifts and expertise of everyone in various areas, irrespective of race, who genuinely desires to offer themselves to the cause of racial equality, justice and mutual respect for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, instead of sending our favorite preacher to the White House to discuss economic and educational policy and social and racial equality.

All of us are leaders, whether it be in our families, in our social circles or in our communities.  Power must be restored to the people – all of the people – with equality and justice for everyone.

And those of us who have the SPIRIT of Christ in reality and not just in name and church affiliation should remember our obligation to “bear with the shortcomings of the weak and not to please ourselves. Each of us should please his neighbor for his good, to build him up.” (Romans 15:1)


I boldly declare that there aren’t any so-called Black Leaders in America. There isn’t a clear and identifiable national Black leadership for the under-50 generation.  And if America is ever going to be who she claims to be in her creed, maybe there shouldn’t be a “Black Leader.”

However, we all can be civil rights leaders, moral leaders, Christ-like leaders, leaders for equality and fairness in the dispensing of justice and leaders for financial and employment equality and leaders in the fight for equality with regards to fair and equitable restitution and/or reparations for those who have been historically, generationally and irreparable injured by the Government, her policies and her depraved indifference to the holocaust of their suffering due to Nationally sanctioned slavery and the hate crimes and discriminating practices that grew out of her indifference.


Everyone can be a leader because everyone can serve.

Thank you and May God Be Glorified, His Children Edified and the devil horrified. Amen.

~ O.W. Prince

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Who Told Blacks To Shut Their Mouths?!

Black History Never Apologize

Why are blacks afraid to speak out about racism and the effects that slavery, racial terrorism and systemic injustice and discrimination had and is still having on generations of blacks and whites in America?

Why are blacks almost apologetic when the subject of racism and discrimination comes up in a mixed setting?

Jews are not ashamed nor apologetic about their struggles and their Holocaust.

The Native American is not apologetic or shy about sharing their proud heritage and the horrors of the “reservations.”

Japanese Americans are not wimpy about disclosing how they were interned and illegally imprisoned during World War II and how all of their homes and property were confiscated and never returned.

So why are African Americans so sheepish about surviving one of the most heinous acts of cruelty the world has ever known?

The terrorist and cowardly act of lynching was still being seen in Mobile, Alabama as late as 1981 in the Michael Donald lynching (21 March). And cross burnings and church burnings was still being seen in South Carolina as late as the turn of the century.

Black History Not G RATED


I pray that everyone sees the movie or DVD entitled “Rosewood.” It is based upon a true story. It will open your eyes to new truths about ourselves and others, especially those who want us to be quiet and forget.

George Santayana wrote “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

We owe it to ourselves and to those who were beaten and burned to death, castrated (had their testicles cut off)while alive, had their tongues cut out, was lynched, tortured, raped, sodomized and forced to live in inhuman conditions; we owe it to them to tell their stories and their triumphs for their stories are our stories and a lasting part of who we are.

1935 lynching of Rubin Stacy in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

We dare not dishonor their sacrifices or their memories.


When They Tell You To Shut Your Mouth, You Tell Them:

Not “until justice rolls down like water and righteousness like a mighty stream.” Then and only then will we consider a time of quietness.  Until that time.  We will “Lift ev’ry voice and sing, Till earth and heaven ring, Ring with the harmonies of Liberty.” (Dr. Martin L. King and The Negro National Anthem)


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Grateful heart

Good Morning Everybody. Praise the LORD YHWH in the name of HIS SON YeHoWsHua Ha Mashiach.

Everyone may not be able to relate to this, but I am just grateful to be alive today and that things are as well as they are.
No. I am not rich.

No. I am not in the best of health.

No. I don’t have all my bills paid.

No. I don’t have all of my needs met.

No. My dreams have not come true.

No. I am not the happiest person in the world.


I know that things could be a whole lot worse than it is right now. I know that it can get really bad, really quick, fast and in a hurry. I know the other side is always present and threatening. I know that it is a close to me as a shadow and can strike between heartbeats and change my life eternally.

But I am GRATEFUL that YeHoWsHua is closer and HIS HOLY SPIRIT keeps me and HIS NAME shelters me and HIS Angels Watches Over Me Constantly and He Hears and Answers My Prayers.



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“A People Who Forget Their Past Will Be Destined To Repeat It”

OWPRINCE Blacks being Killed

Although the Law has changed, let us never forget our horrific history in America and that the Supreme Court and the Constitution of the Untied States decreed and placed into law that “Negros” (Blacks) were 3/5 human; leaving 2/5 for something else.   The 2/5 of something else could not possibly have been beast or animal since the white man treated his horse, cat, cattle and dog far better that he treated the so-called Negro.

Negros were historically characterized as a subhuman species with an insatiable sexual appetite that lacked intelligence, character and feeling.

For the most part, BLACKS have been fooled and tricked by our tormentors and oppressors into thinking that we have a part in this American experience called a dream.

Our enemies show token kindness to us if we bring them comfort, entertainment or financial gain.  Some have confused this with acceptance, success and friendship. 

However, what happens when you can no longer, sing, dance, play or run?  What happens to you when your entertainment or market value is no longer wanted or needed?  What happens when the “Massa” has no more need for you to sing, dance, play or run?

In our American contemporary society, the spirit of racial supremacy and hate and her secrete terrorist societies have made their presence felt and known to all who are not spiritually drunk and blinded by the token trinkets of the massa’s glamour, glitter and gold.

Blacks killed by police

And although many of us (Blacks) yearn to be loved by the very ones who conspire against us and despise and hate us, there is a great awakening taking place among some of us whereby we recognize that we and our posterity are targeted for physical and spiritual execution, civil subjugation and imprisonment.

If we do not begin to teach our youth and younger generation the TRUTH of our past and share with them the necessary skills of survival in this hostile environment that we call American Society, we will eventually be annihilated.

Charleston 9

If we don’t stop sugarcoating the reality of racism and apologizing for our warranted alarm and outcry against racial injustice and terrorism, we will be destined to shame, infamy, indignity and contempt.

For many of us, we still are under the brainwashing and indoctrination of the Massa wherein we think that Jesus and God are white and the white man’s ice is colder that the black man’s ice.


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You May Be Suspect

TRUTH Red Your Preaching Is Suspect

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This Is Truth Ministry with Bishop O.W. Prince – January 6, 2015 Edition

Repent luke 13

Praise the LORD to all.

Today I am not going to talk about the damning sins that we have all been taught about and have been admonished about repeatedly such as sexually immorality, idolatry, adultery, men who have sex with men, women who have sex with women, debauchery, drunkenness, lewdness, profanity, lust, pride envy, anger, gluttony and slothfulness.

Today I want us to realize that we don’t go to hell and damnation because we drink wine or liquor. We don’t go to hell and damnation because of what we smoke or inhale. We don’t go to hell and damnation because of what we eat or drink. These things are very subjective and personal. The manner in which all of these things are done or used may determine whether or not if they are detrimental or harmful or sinful.

Thomas Aquinas wrote that “Nothing is intrinsically good or evil, but its manner of usage may make it so.”

The Holy Scripture indicates in Romans 14:23 that if a man doubts what he is doing or participating in is right then it is sin for him because it doesn’t come from faith.  And Titus 1:15 tells us that “To the pure, all things are pure, but to those who are corrupted and do not believe, nothing is pure.”  In other words, everything a person may drink or eat isn’t sin but their attitude and beliefs toward that thing may make it sin for them.

The world of Christendom, including Catholicism, has created a variety of cultural, taboos, laws, customs and traditions that have nothing to do with salvation or the Living Word of God but more to do with what serves society and politics.  Many have clouded the issue and definition of sin with their own moral agendas and philosophies.  A thorough study of Christian Church History will bear this out. (Recommended resource: A History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker)

Today I want us to come to realize that we don’t go to hell and damnation because of what our society or churches say is sin. They are too varied and corrupted to depend upon them for the Truth. Much like politicians, they are always changing and modifying their messages and doctrines to accommodate the desires of their constituents.

We go to hell and damnation because we will not repent. We will not die to sin. We will not agree with God’s Word and repent and be born of the Water and of The Spirit in the name of the Holy Messiah. We will not Trust and Obey God. That is why we are damned to hell.

We don’t go to hell and damnation because of what we put in our bodies. We are judged by what comes out of our hearts and souls. It is the condition of our hearts and souls that dictate our behavior, our conversation, our attitudes and our ultimate destination.

Don’t get it twisted! I am in no way advocating for the abuse of food and drugs and alcohol.  However, no substance, whether artificial or natural, that is ingested in the body will send our souls to hell. It is our refusal to repent that damns us.


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Return To The Faith

Black Experience Return to the Faith

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Preachers Can Go To Hell Too

Humility 2 Bishop Quote

Proverbs 12:15
The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.


The sad truth is that many Pastors, Bishops, Elders, ministers, preachers and evangelist along with many professed Christians will go to Hell. They will be damned because they will not hear what the Holy Spirit is saying and teaching and they will not repent. It is more important for them to be right and justified in their own minds and in the sight of their fellow man than for them to stand corrected in the sight of Almighty God.

Don’t allow your pride and the embarrassment, shame and humiliation at being rebuked keep you out of Heaven. We all need to make serious adjustments from time to time.

No one is 100% correct but God.

Stay humble my friends!

Keeping It Real Pride goes to Hell



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This Is Truth Ministry with Bishop O.W. Prince / “The Little Red Devil”

We can be guilty of murder without ever touching someone.  According to the strict definition of the root word for “murder,” our untruthful or vengeful gossiping may murder someone.

Anytime  we hinder a person’s ability to make a living, support themselves or  break, bruise or crush someone’s reputation and/or spirit, we may be guilty of murder.  Murdering is a spirit and goes deeper than the actual taking of a life but it involves the premeditated hateful destruction of a person’s reputation, name, spirit and soul.

“Anyone who hates a brother or sister is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life residing in him.” (1 John 3:15)

“Envy, murder, drunkenness, reveling and all such things; those who are committing these things, as I said to you from the first, I say now also, that they shall not inherit The Kingdom of God.” (Galatians 5:21)

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The blood-of-jesus trangif

“Just because your Faith and church views God’s Commandments as burdensome, strict and non-relenting and therefore obsolete, doesn’t mean that we all feel that way about our God’s commandments.  Some of us find them a delight and we find joy in keeping them. (Psalms 119:46-48)

Just because you are frustrated and angry over the many self-imposed restrictions in your religion, and just because you are so intense to the point where you feel that anyone who doesn’t see the scriptures or practice worship or observe a lot of dos and don’ts as you do is going to hell, doesn’t mean that I am going to hell.  Remember the Pharisees and the Sadducees observed a lot of dos and don’ts also.

Just because you belittle me and dismiss me and cast my name out as evil doesn’t mean that you are more holy and righteous than anyone else.

Just because you summarily dismiss me as wicked, false, damned and lost doesn’t make me wicked, false, damned and lost.

There is a Judge who knows the hearts of men and judges Righteously and True. And before His Throne and on His Right Hand is our Advocate, pleading His own precious Blood for our salvation so that The Supreme Judge of judges will not see my imperfections and sins nor hear your accusations against me but receive the TESTIMONY of The Blood Of His SON and our LORD Jesus CHRIST.”

“Therefore I stand dumb before the Judgment Seat Of YHWH and I choose to know nothing save Christ and Him Crucified.”

May God Have Mercy On Us All and May The Blood of Christ JESUS hide my wretched soul.”

~ Bishop O.W. Prince


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