You Are Royalty!

Queen and King – You are Royalty!

Today I hear the term Queen and/or King used quite frequently.  The movie Black Panther helped escalate this use of the term on the street after so many around the world saw the depiction of African royalty on the big screen.  I enjoyed the movie very much.  I also watched intently the British Royal Wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle with enthusiasm and excitement.  The pomp and circumstance throughout the ceremony and the broadcasts were incredible.  This very popular and well-known young woman was saying no to Hollywood and now saying, yes to a Prince was every young girl’s dream.  All girls are princesses awaiting prince, right?  Because I don’t live in a monarchy ruled country, I really needed the narrators and facilitators to inform and explain so many things, introduce and distinguish the people and their titles that were the invited guests and participants throughout the wedding ceremony.  Their comments were priceless.  All of the rules, regulations and traditions that had to be followed was overwhelming to hear about let alone know that now, this very American young woman’s life was be changed forever after marrying this prince.  She would now be guided and subjected to a whole new life with little or no pre-requisites, just a normal upbringing, love in her heart for a prince no less, he asked the question and she said, yes.  Yes.  That’s all, just a yes but, how much that yes would entail?  My guess is a lot.  What does that have to do with you?  I’m glad that you asked.  Whether you are a woman/Queen or man/King, there are some responsibilities that go along with royalty.  There are some things that we must do to live up to the “Royal Priesthood and Holy Nation” that God has called us to.  In my upcoming book, “Queen:  Lessons from Esther” we can learn a lot from this young woman.  Someone born into a humble Jewish family and rose to be in Queen in a foreign country.  How did she get here?  What did it take for her to stay there?  This upcoming book will release during the weekend of September 14-16 at the Gaslight Festival and at the New Life SDA Church, Louisville, KY held at the Union Community Center 4019 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY  on Sunday, September 16th from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.  What does it take to be Queen?  Find out soon…


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