Society to Prevent Mad, Black Women

Posted on 2007-01-30. Filed under: Thoughts |

Tonight at ENLI, we studied church history and some of the things that we studied were 19th-century prayer and missionary societies. While I was listening to the instructor, all of a sudden it came to me in a flash that I have a society. It’s the Society to Prevent Mad, Black Women, otherwise known as the C*mm*n*-P.

How do we prevent mad, black women? We heal them in the name of Jesus! We remove their madness (and their anger, too!) πŸ˜‰ We restore the promises of God to them, help them overcome their past, overcome their grief, relinquish their bitterness, grasp on to their faith and hope in the name and blood of Jesus and bring them into the promises of God.

DISCLAIMER: All of the above was said with la lingua firmly nestled in la guancia. Well, sorta kinda, maybe, possibly, not really.

😈 πŸ˜€ πŸ˜† πŸ˜› πŸ˜‰

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4 Responses to “Society to Prevent Mad, Black Women”

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so you are practicing with her and me? you need some new subjects I think

Not practicing. We’re perfecting!

Well that didn’t work! In that case…~thwap~


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