Today marks the first day of Black History Month, where all of sudden our folks are converted to historians. Any other time of the year, they have no interest in their history. In fact if you try to reveal to them one of the greatest mysteries, they will say that you are stuck in the past. Colossians 1:26 “Even the mystery which hath been hid from ages and from generations, but now is made manifest to his saints:” The dislike for history is a barrier from receiving answers to invaluable questions. After so many generations, our people continue to have a bottomless pit in their souls in regards to their identity. In which the pain affects every aspect of their life. However, an opportunity has presented itself by the controversial Black History Month. Although we do not agree with the tradition or endorse it; we should use the 28 days to tell them about Deuteronomy chapter 28. We plan to provide some resources to help those that are lost and are willing to hear some history. A good introduction has been uploaded to the radio station called “Who are the Children of Israel?” part one. Hopefully this will cause some dialogue towards the right direction and not the propaganda of our captors.