june 2021 Edition

Elijah

Team

And They Lived Happily Ever After

Sermon Date: February 14, 2021

Scripture: Job 42: 10-13

 

When you hear Once upon a time, you think of a fairytale that ends in, and they lived happily ever after. In life, you will go through adversity and heartbreak. There will be life-altering events - children, careers, disappointments, illness, financial setbacks, and even death. No matter the situation, do not give up. Continue to encourage yourself. 

Take Job; he suffered the loss of his children. His wife left him. He lost his wealth and became ill. Through it all, he didn’t give up. He encouraged himself and continued to praise God through his adversities. God blessed him and gave him double for his trouble. 

With love, time, and healing, God can mend a broken heart! 

Keep Jesus in your heart and be happy… it’s a choice! 

And you too can live Happily ever after. 

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Deaconess Karen Alexander

Judah

Team

I Am A God That Healeth Thee

Sermon Date: February 17, 2021

Scripture: Exodus 15:26

 

Have you ever met someone and wondered why they are the way that they are?

 

I remember telling my mom that I couldn’t see how she and my father ever got together. Well, she told me that he was not always the way he is now. Before I continue, let me say that there is nothing wrong with how my father is. However, his personality does not seem to be one that my mom would have been attracted to. So, whatever my father experienced in life between the time he met my mom until the time she and I had the conversation changed him.

 

Throughout life, we go through things that have the same potential of changing us for the worse that they have to change us for the better. When you break a bone, depending on the healing process, the spot in which the bone was broken could end up being weaker or stronger than before the injury. I know of situations where people found themselves divorced, and where one person uses the divorce as a crutch and blames every bad thing that happens to them on the divorce; the other says it was the best thing that ever happened to them. In the sermon I Am A God That Healeth Thee, Bishop opens up how it takes time to heal. 

 

Healing is something that we all need to go through at some point, and there are different remedies for different situations. Sometimes, it will take the Word of God, forgiveness, obedience, repentance, faith, or spiritual deliverance for healing to take place. Even with these remedies present, whether it is healing in the body, mind, or spirit that needs to occur, TIME will also be necessary. Too often we begin the healing process but don't allow the time it takes for complete healing. God wants us to be healed but He also wants us to be whole, and being whole can take time.

So, the answer to why is that person the way they are is ... because of TIME. They either took the time needed to heal or didn’t, which caused them to be who they are today. 

Deaconess Karima Ward

Solomon

Team

And They Lived Happily Ever After

Sermon Date: February 14, 2021

Scripture: Job 42: 10-13

 

I remember telling my mom that I couldn’t see how she and my father ever got together. Well, she told me that he was not always the way he is now. Before I continue, let me say that there is nothing wrong with how my father is. However, his personality does not seem to be one that my mom would have been attracted to. So, whatever my father experienced in life between the time he met my mom until the time she and I had the conversation changed him.

 

Throughout life, we go through things that have the same potential of changing us for the worse that they have to change us for the better. When you break a bone, depending on the healing process, the spot in which the bone was broken could end up being weaker or stronger than before the injury. I know of situations where people found themselves divorced, and where one person uses the divorce as a crutch and blames every bad thing that happens to them on the divorce; the other says it was the best thing that ever happened to them. In the sermon I Am A God That Healeth Thee, Bishop opens up how it takes time to heal. 

 

Healing is something that we all need to go through at some point, and there are different remedies for different situations. Sometimes, it will take the Word of God, forgiveness, obedience, repentance, faith, or spiritual deliverance for healing to take place. Even with these remedies present, whether it is healing in the body, mind, or spirit that needs to occur, TIME will also be necessary. Too often we begin the healing process but don't allow the time it takes for complete healing. God wants us to be healed but He also wants us to be whole, and being whole can take time.

So, the answer to why is that person the way they are is ... because of TIME. They either took the time needed to heal or didn’t, which caused them to be who they are today. 

 

Minister Claudene McCoy

Words From Pastor Lynora Clark:

 

The Need For A Personal Revival

Sermon Date: February 28, 2021

Scripture: Matthew 23:13-28

Greetings everyone! Our Bishop preached a profound message entitled “We Need A Personal Revival” the message was about how Jonah reached out to God on his own, no one told him or commanded him to seek God, and the Lord answered his prayer. God had a fish spit him on dry ground. We need to enhance our relationship with God through prayer and fasting. When we feel empty or feel as though we have given everything and no one is pouring back into us, we can maintain our relationship with God when we are in public by living what we believe and in private... let’s get our Personal Revival with the Lord just as a married couple develops a close relationship that is solidified behind closed doors just the two of them mostly through conversation, promises, and commitments, with no onlookers, or input from outside sources... Let us create an atmosphere that the Lord will feel free to come in and allow us to hear from Him. 

Our relationship with God is Personal and crucial for our spiritual growth. Bishop Clark shared a personal testimony about how his dad would refer to God as “The Man Upstairs” every time he would say that it made Bishop Clark feel as though his dad was being irreverent of the Lord until the Lord spoke to Bishop and told him just because someone doesn’t worship God like you do does not mean they don’t have a relationship with me. Almost at the end of his dad’s life, he began to THANK THE LORD CONTINUALLY until Bishop could not stop him from thanking God! Your relationship with the Lord may not look like mines but make sure you have one, and LET’S GET OUR PERSONAL REVIVAL!

Greetings everyone, and welcome to March.

I think we are through the coldest part of winter, and I am looking forward to warmer and brighter days. I sense that we are coming into a new season of miracles. I prophesy that there will be manifestations of supernatural provision, debt cancellation, healing, and restoration over the next three months.

To posture yourself to receive your miracle, I encourage you to increase your faith by hearing God’s word and living with expectation because God will meet you at your level of 

expectation in this season. As the word of God declares in Jeremiah 29:11, God is going to give us an expected end, so I declare according to your faith so be it unto you.

 

Bishop Eric K. Clark

A WORD FROM OUR BISHOP:

David

Team

I Am A God That Healeth Thee

Sermon Date: February 17, 2021

Scripture: Exodus 15:26

 

Have you ever met someone and wonder why they are the way that they are?

 

I remember telling my mom that I couldn’t see how she and my father ever got together. Well, she told me that he was not always the way he is now. Before I continue, let me say that there is nothing wrong with how my father is. However, his personality does not seem to be one that my mom would have been attracted to. So, whatever my father experienced in life between the time he met my mom until the time she and I had the conversation changed him.

 

Throughout life, we go through things that have the same potential of changing us for the worse that they have to change us for the better. When you break a bone, depending on the healing process, the spot in which the bone was broken could end up being weaker or stronger than before the injury. I know of situations where people found themselves divorced, and where one person uses the divorce as a crutch and blames every bad thing that happens to them on the divorce; the other says it was the best thing that ever happened to them. In the sermon I Am A God That Healeth Thee, Bishop opens up how it takes time to heal. 

 

Healing is something that we all need to go through at some point, and there are different remedies for different situations. Sometimes, it will take the Word of God, forgiveness, obedience, repentance, faith, or spiritual deliverance for healing to take place. Even with these remedies present, whether it is healing in the body, mind, or spirit that needs to occur, TIME will also be necessary. Too often we begin the healing process but don't allow the time it takes for complete healing. God wants us to be healed but He also wants us to be whole, and being whole can take time.

So, the answer to why is that person the way they are is ... because of TIME. They either took the time needed to heal or didn’t, which caused them to be who they are today. 

Minister Erica Williams

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