When God is leaning on us, so much power flows through us.
When God is leaning on us, we are covered in His anointing.
When God is leaning on us, His favor is upon us.
When God is leaning on us, we are full of His grace and mercy.
When God is leaning on us, He is shifting us.
When God is leaning on us, He is protecting us.
When God is leaning on us, He is covering us, or He has hands on us.
When God is leaning on us, He shows the enemy that He is with us.
When God is leaning on us, we are comforted.
When God is leaning on us, we feel safe.
Please repeat after me.
God is leaning on me. When God is leaning on me, He is present with me, which means I am not alone, and I will claim the victory.
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Susie Baker King Taylor was the first Black educator to teach openly in a school for formerly enslaved African Americans in Georgia. As the author of Reminiscences of My Life in Camp with the 33d United States Colored Troops, Late 1st S.C. Volunteers, she was the only African American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences.
Susie Baker, the daughter of enslaved parents, was born in Liberty County on August 6, 1848. When she was about seven years old, her owner allowed her to go to Savannah to live with her grandmother. Despite Georgia’s harsh laws against the formal education of African Americans, she attended two secret schools taught by Black women. From them she gained the rudiments of literacy, then extended her education with the help of two white youths, both of whom knowingly violated law and custom.