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It’s true! You can do badly all by yourself. Yet, the reality is, by placing your faith in God and yourself and not someone else, you can fulfill your purpose and dreams. Join Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant as he preaches this three-part series with the messages "I Can’t Waste Another Tear", "You Don’t Know What You Did to Me", and "I’ve Had Enough".

Radical, Revolutionary, Innovative, Anointed, and Cutting edge are some of the words often used to describe Dr. Jamal-Harrison Bryant. He is the Pastor of Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, which started with a mere 43 members and grew to over 10,000. Dr. Bryant is a man with a global mission that focuses on empowering individuals spiritually, developing them educationally, exposing them culturally, activating them politically, and strengthening them economically. His undeniable and uncanny ability to reach the explosive urban generation and population through his teaching and preaching.

©2009 Jamal Bryant Ministries (P)2009 Jamal Bryant Ministries

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  • Newark, NJ, United States
  • 05-15-12

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Where does I Can Do Bad All By Myself rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I can't compare to my other audio books it is in a lane of it's own. It is a sermon not a book. It is an impeccable sermon if I may say so myself.

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