Guidance In A Time Of Trouble

I’m in the process of finishing my response of what I saw and heard in San Diego, California a few days ago. I’m one of the persons who saw and heard the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in person when he spoke to the world from California–Guidance In A Time Of Trouble.

Many, many people have their views of what is the end of time. I’m aware that billions of people all over the earth have their views. Some people agree on what is meant by the end of time. Many people do not agree with what it means.


Many people have different versions of what the end of time means. Now, I’m using the New Oxford American Dictionary, which contains the meaning of the word version, “a particular form of something differing in certain respects from an earlier form or other forms of the same type of thing; an account of a matter from a particular person’s point of view.”

I’m aware many people have different views of the same word–version. I’m not getting deeper into the word “version,” right now. But we–all of us–must get the words from/of Minister Farrakhan, when he spoke in San Diego, California a few days ago.

On that Saturday he spoke to Ministers/Pastors and others in leadership positions in San Diego, California. And then he spoke to them and others that involve the world.

Have you read The Final Call Volume 31 Number 36? On page 19 we can read America is Falling Her Doom is Sealed by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

Have you read The Final Call Volume 31 Number 35? On page 20 we can read What’s Troubling America by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan?

He states, “What is the criterion laid down by the Master, Himself, who will be judging? One of the disciples asked the Master (Jesus), when he gave them the criterion that they should minister unto the sick, the imprisoned, and those out of doors: ‘When were you sick and imprisoned and we ministered not unto you? When were you homeless or out of doors and we gave you not shelter? Master, when were you without and we did not for you?’ And the Master said, ‘Inasmuch as you have not done this to the least of these, my brethren, you have not done it also unto me.’ The Master laid down the criterion.

“In America, we have millions today who are homeless. We have many more millions who are sick, imprisoned, impoverished and weak, and it appears as though the conservative element of the country is moving away from care for the poor, the weak, the helpless, and the children and catering to the desires of those that have. But it is the poor and the weak who built the country. It is the poor and the weak who have fought, bled and died to maintain America as a great nation. Now America is turning her back on the weak and blaming the condition of the country on the poor, on the Black, on the Hispanic. In reality, the mismanagement of the wealth and people of this country is the fault of those who are at the top who have held power, who have manipulated the masses of the people against the good of America and the good of the world.

“How will America answer to Christ, with human beings sleeping under bridges and America is spending over half a trillion dollars to bail out the savings and loan industry, but won’t spend money to bail out those veterans who fought, bled and died, who are sleeping under bridges, who have fallen on hard times, whose homes and cars have been repossessed?”

I wanted to go deeper in this article into what I saw a few days before I left for San Diego, California and then what I saw as I was watching and studying him both days. A few days later, I left San Diego and came back to Phoenix. Before leaving San Diego, we went to a beach and I just looked at the water. This caused me to think deeper over the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s words to me.

From the book Why Do People Hate America? on the back cover we can read:

“American corporations and popular culture affect the lives and infect the indigenous cultures of millions around the world. The foreign policy of the U.S. government, backed by its military strength, has unprecedented global influence now that the U.S.A. is the world’s only superpower–its first ‘hyperpower.’

“America also exports its value systems, defining what it means to be civilized, rational, developed and democratic–indeed, what it is to be human. Meanwhile, the U.S. itself is impervious to outside influence, and if most Americans think of the rest of the world at all, it is in terms of deeply ingrained cultural stereotypes.

“Many people do hate America, in the Middle East and the developing countries as well as in Europe. Ziauddin Sardar and Merryl Wyn Davies consider this hatred in the context of America’s own perception of itself, and provide an important contribution to a debate which needs to be addressed by people of all nations, cultures, religions and political persuasions.”

I made a talk in 1982 in Los Angeles titled The Quake and The Wheel. Then later on, I thought back on a talk I made in 1995 in San Diego titled A Valuable Black Man.

I was helping people to see Minister Farrakhan correctly and deeper. This involves history and prophecy. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad recognized Minister Farrakhan the first time he saw him in 1955 and gave him his assignment on the spot. I’ve made this very clear over the years, in articles and in books and in some speeches/addresses.

More next issue, Allah willing–that involves San Diego.