Heman the Hip-Hop Pastor
By ReAsOn DiSciPLe
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Hey welcome back to part two in this series of blog posts in preparation to launch my new e-Book, The ‘MC’ (which means Master Constructor) Part 11 – Five-Fold Davidical Leaders: Influencing the Hip-Hop Ministry, Industry, and Culture!
We are going move right along into the series with Heman the Hip-Hop Pastor, which we have probably spoken almost as much as we have on King David, the apostolic type. Plus I already wrote a whole book for free talking about the Hip-Hop Pastor called, The Davidical Record Executive: A Psalms 23 Leadership Mini-Devotional. We all know that Psalms 23 is the Good Shepherd or Good Pastor passage. So if you want to go into more detail of the Hip-Hop Pastor in the context of a record label or some other music business you can download that at the end of this article.
So let’s get into some stats and brief highlights for the Hip-Hop Pastor.
Heman the Overseer
Heman’s name means, “faithful, properly to BUILD UP or SUPPORT; to FOSTER (to promote the growth and development of; cultivate) as a parent or nurse; figuratively to render (or be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet; morally to be true or certain.” This sounds a lot LIKE A PASTOR to me! He was the PASTOR!
“ALL these were the sons ['sons' are symbolic for 'disciples'] of Heman the king’s seer [prophet, overseer (pastor)--Remember in Acts 20, the Apostle Paul called the elders OVERSEERS] in the Words of God [the SHEPHERD/pastor FEEDS the flock with the MILK of Word of God], to lift up the horn. And God gave to Heman fourteen sons and three daughters [It sounds like Heman has his own little flock (Church) of 17 sheep].” (1st Chronicle 25:5).
It doesn’t get any simpler than this. If you cannot see that this is a musical pastor, then I don’t know what to tell you.