The Perfect Will

Ecclesiastes 12:13
“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear YAHUAH, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.”

A homeless man living in one of the tents near Union Station in Washington, D.C., sweeps his area as he waits for city workers to pack up his belongings into a truck and have the small tent city just blocks away from the U.S. Capitol removed. Increasingly, cities and counties are trying to tackle the racial disparities in homelessness.

Poverty Rate for the Black Population Fell Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

September 12, 2023
Written by:
Em Shrider
The official poverty rate of the U.S. Black population reached a historic low of 17.1% in 2022, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released today.

The 2022 poverty rate for the Black population fell to a record low even after accounting for survey and methodological changes to the CPS ASEC, the Census Bureau’s longest-running survey.

Estimates from the Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC) show the Black population was one of the only major demographic groups to experience a significant change in poverty between 2021 and 2022.

The official poverty rate for the nation was 11.5%, unchanged from 2021.

Poverty Figure1

The 2022 poverty rate for the Black population fell to a record low even after accounting for survey and methodological changes to the CPS ASEC, the Census Bureau’s longest-running survey.

Figure 1 charts historic official poverty rates for the Black population back to 1959, when the official poverty rate for Black individuals was 55.1%, the highest rate on record.

Poverty rates in 2022 were also at historic lows for Black children under 18, at 22.3% (Figure 2).

The 2022 official poverty rate for Black adults ages 18 to 64 was 14.9%, numerically a historic low (though not statistically different from 2019). The official poverty rate for Black adults 65 and older was 17.6%, not statistically different from 2021.

Black Poverty fig 2

Dabaryam-Deuteronomy 28:43


“The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low.”

Racial Inequalities Persist

Despite the overall decline in the poverty rate for Black individuals, racial inequalities persist.

Figure 3 looks at six race and Hispanic origin groups. Comparing the share of a particular group in poverty to that group’s share of the total population shows whether they are underrepresented or overrepresented in poverty.

Groups with ratios of less than 1.0 are underrepresented (their share in poverty is lower than their share of the population), while groups with ratios greater than 1.0 are overrepresented (their share in poverty is higher than their share of the population).

Black Poverty fig 3

For example, Black individuals made up 20.1% of the population in poverty in 2022 but only 13.5% of the total population. This results in a ratio of 1.5, meaning that the Black population was overrepresented in poverty.

The Hispanic population was also overrepresented in poverty (ratio of 1.5). Ratios for the Black and Hispanic populations were not statistically different from one another.

The American Indian and Alaska Native population (ratio of 2.2) was the most overrepresented in poverty.

Non-Hispanic White and Asian individuals were underrepresented in poverty, both with a ratio of 0.8, not statistically different from one another.

The ratio for the Two or More Races population was not statistically different from 1.0, meaning that this group was neither over- nor underrepresented in poverty.

Dabaryam-Deuteronomy 28:44


“He shall lend to thee, and thou shalt not lend to him: he shall be the head, and thou shalt be the tail.”

Homeless Man 2
Wealth Gap

We are a stiff-necked People

Our people remain in this deprived state, because of our own transgression.  Poverty, Sickness, Disease, Becoming A Mockery, The Tail And Not The Head, The Borrower And Not The Lender, Our people chose when we walked contrary to YAHUAH by NOT guarding the Commandments or The Way Of Life provided for us.

What makes anyone think that our condition will change if we continue to transgress the laws of the Most High? How would one expect to be apart of a Kingdom and expect all the benefits of the Covenant, when they refuse to do the will of the Father and never keep HIS TORAH?😠
Don’t they know the scriptures testify against them?
How many times does the Most High have to tell you that you must Fear HIM and guard his commandments? This is the whole duty of man according to

Ecclesiastes 12:13
“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear ALUAH, and guard his commandments: ➡FOR THIS IS THE WHOLE DUTY OF MAN”⬅

Do you want to walk in Righteousness?

Dabaryam-Deuteronomy 6:25
“And it shall be our righteousness, if we guard to do all these commandments before YAHUAH ALAHYANU, as he has commanded us.”

Yahunatan-John 14:13
“If ye love me, guard my commandments”

Rashun Yahunatan-1 John 2:3-4
“And hereby we do know that we know him, if we guard his commandments. He that says, I know him, and guards not his commandments , is a liar, and the TRUTH is not in him.”

Dabaryam-Deuteronomy 4:40


“Thou shalt keep therefore his statutes, and his commandments, which I command thee this day, that it may go well with thee, and with thy children after thee, and that thou mayest prolong thy days upon the earth, which YAHUAH thy ALUAH giveth thee, for ever.”

⬆⬆⬆ This is the evidence that you know him and are in HIS “PERFECT WILL”
Fearing the Most High and guarding HIS TORAH is HIS WILL for our lives, that things will go well for us and our children.
How can one expect to enter The Kingdom if you are not willing to obey the laws which govern that kingdom.
If you love YAHUAH OUR ALUAH guard his commandments.


Mayaka’al Ben Yasharal

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