Plant a New Seed: Revised 2

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-06-16
  • Publisher: Textstream
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Plant a New Seed was conceived and written by Sonny during his incarceration whereThe Creator of the entire Universe gave him a mission to plant a new seed in a specialpeople in America. People all over the world believe, as this author believes,concerning Afro-Americans and their most valuable roll that they will most certainlyhave to play in the next few years. This role concerns the future of America, andfinally the future of the entire world. This role was prophesied in the Holy Scripturefor the latter days. Now these last days are fast approaching and just about upon us. This will be a great responsibility on Afro-Americans to helpmake peace and save America from the adversary, who is trying to destroy the earth, andaccording to The Creator of the Universe, Black people will have the final decisiondeciding this fate. The problem is, how many will listen to Him and be countedrighteous. For only through righteousness could one make the right decision that willsave America. However, there is a solution and this author believes that Afro-Americanswill unite and rise to the occasion. This author has attendedmany meetings with dignitaries and heads of state who also know the importance of allblack people's help and unity at this crucial time in history. Together they are allbasically trying to find a way to bridge a serious gap in race relations that haslingered on and on, un-necessarily throughout America's existence.

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