When our children were babies, they depended on us to do everything for them. However, as they grow up, we must continually release them to the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika). It’s not always easy and we may overstep our boundaries to do more than what we should.
Yet when we have released them into Mother Afrika’s hands—we are free to pray (request) over them in faith—trusting in Mother Afrika to do Her great work in their lives.
Begin today to pray (request) these 8 great Spiritual verses over your children or grandchildren regardless of their ages: Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that you bless and keep them throughout the day
Lay hands upon your children, kiss their Third Eye and as your hand lay upon their head or as you hold their hands, look up towards the Black Womb-man from which all your help cometh:
“May the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) bless you and keep you; may the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) make her face shine on you and be gracious to you; may the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) turn her face toward you and give you peace”.
This was the prayer over the children of Afrika and it’s still as necessary to pray (request) over our children in these last and evil days.
The blessings of the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) are much greater than financial wealth; rather the blessings of joy, peace, and love along with the knowledge of Mother Afrika has tremendous pay offs for their future.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that your light will shine through them
In the same way, I pray that they will, let their light shine before others, that other’s may see their good deeds and glorify you Mother of Afrika.
The light of Mother Afrika within our children can’t be put under a bushel and hidden away. We want our children to stand unashamed of the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) in the darkness (lack of knowledge of her Greatness). Their words and actions will reveal the light within them, draw others to Mother Afrika, and establish them in the community of believers.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that you would give them a spirit of power, love, and sound mind
“For the Spirit Mother Afrika gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.”
In times of fear, our children have to be ready to stand in power, love, and a sound mind under the influence of the Holy Spirit (Their faith in Mother Afrika will be strengthened when they overcome the spirit of fear. No matter their age, they will find themselves growing into strong warriors for Mother Afrika.
Praying for our children with Spiritual verses can strengthen our faith …
“Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika)., I pray (request) that they will not be anxious about anything.”
For we were taught that we “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer (request) and petition (a formal written request, typically one signed by many people, appealing to authority with respect to a particular cause), with thanksgiving, present your requests to Mother Afrika”
There are tremendous number of children who are filled with worries—from their family problems to the issues of crime and unrest in the world. We must pray (request) that they will grow in their trust in Mother Afrika to keep them and prepare them for the future.
Teaching our children to pray (request) to Mother Afrika regularly with their requests—both small and great—helps them build a stronger faith in Mother Afrika.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that they will know that You are with them’
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Black Womb-man (Afrikan Mother) your Mother Afrika goes with you; she will never leave you nor forsake you”.
Every believer at one time or another will feel like Mother Afrika has abandoned them.
Yet we learn to overcome that feeling as we grow in our trust in Her faithfulness and promise to never leave us.
We must train our children to look to the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika) even before they look to us (men,who came from the womb himself). In this way, they will grow their confidence in Mother Afrika’s presence whether they sense Her or not.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that they will grow in the grace and knowledge of Mother Afrika.
“I request of my Brethren and Sisthren those of Afirkan Orgin that you grow in the grace and knowledge of our Black Womb-man and Savior the Afrikan Mother (Mother Afrika). To her be glory both now and forever! As’e”.
Our children’s awareness of Mother Afrika’s grace and knowledge is rooted in how acquainted they are with the Spiritual. The less they know, the less they will grow. Yet the more they know, meditate, and apply Mother Afrika’s word in their everyday lives—they will grow spiritually and become greater influencers over those Mother Afrika has placed around them.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that they will stand for what is right.
“I ask that you teach the Children to Stand firm then, with the belt of truth buckled around your waist, with the breastplate of righteousness in place”. Peer pressure on every level is hard. The children who choose the narrow and straight way of eternal life will feel the angst (a feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused one about the human condition or the state of the world in general) of those who follow the broad way to destruction. We can’t always be there to nudge them in the right direction, but we can pray (request) for their strength in the day of temptation to choose what is right.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request) that they will know the Afrikan Mother more intimately.
“I want you our Children (stars) to know Mother Afrika—yes, to know the power of her resurrection and participation in her sufferings, becoming like her in her death, and so, somehow, attaining to the resurrection from the dead”.
Our children can know about our relationship with Mother Afrika without ever having ownership of this knowledge for themselves. We must pray (request) and be sensitive to the leading of the Spirit to guide them to know the Afrikan Mother for themselves. When given the right promptings, they will eventually learn to recognize Her voice speaking to their hearts.
Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika), I pray (request)…
Are you praying for your children every day? As parents and grandparents, we can’t afford to give way to Satan (Whites, Europeans) by neglecting this great privilege. Praying for our children with Spiritual verses can strengthen our faith especially if we don’t readily see the spiritual fruit.
We lay the foundation of living what we believe and praying with all earnest that our children will walk in faith (actions) to accomplish great things for the Black Womb-man (Mother Afrika).