|An Accomplished man: Africans in the Diaspora who take the time to return home are blessed.|
For those Africans in the Diaspora who may doubt the significance of visiting the homeland and genuinely being with God and family, one man who did this returned to the home where he lives in the United States and became the President of the United States of America. This achievement is something many would have thought impossible for a black person to achieve and yet he did. Africans and their descendants living in the Diaspora should never forget that the blessing spoken of in Deuteronomy is very real and something they should take very seriously. The blessing that awaits them here is real and they should make the effort to genuinely pilgrimage with a pure heart in order to have that blessing upon them when they return. An African, regardless of how great they may presume themselves to be should never turn their back on Africa or distance themselves from the homeland. For those Africans and their descendants in the Diaspora, it is also important to remember that when they turn their backs on their roots, who they truly are, on the homeland that blessing from the Father is lost and instead remains a caveat on their lives, their family and their children's lives that leads to obstacles, persistent failure, gains that are always worn away by loss. It is important to receive your blessing and remove the caveat.
|Pilgrimage with a pure and genuine heart and the blessing of being in the homeland will be yours. |
Barrack Obama in this picture would not have known
the impact of the blessing his decision to pilgrimage to Africa would later have on his life.