“The Best Is Yet To Come”


Sunday Morning The Best is yet to come
Sunday Morning!!!

Praise the Lord Beloved.
This is another day that the Lord has made;
let us all rejoice and be glad in it.

2 Timothy 1:10 (NCV)

10 but it is now shown to us by the coming of our Savior Christ Jesus. He destroyed death, and through the Good News he showed us the way to have life that cannot be destroyed.

Praise the Lord Beloved Happy Sunday to you. 😃

Beloved, have you ever pondered what it will be like when your body dies and you go on to heaven? Well, according to the Word, when that time comes, this flesh and blood tent you live in will die, but you won’t feel a thing. You’ll just take off the cloak of your flesh, lay it down and go to a far better place.
Believers who have died and come back say that they have no consciousness of loss in other words “no pain or knowledge gaps. Their minds stay undamaged, and they even have arms and legs, but they are spirit and not flesh. One lady said she couldn’t even tell she wasn’t in her body until she tried to grip something. Her hand would just go right through the material object. She was spirit and not flesh.

According to the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 5:1 he says, “to be absent from the body is to be present with God.”

So, when God calls you home, you’ll just abandon your fleshly body and go to be with Him forever.
And you know what’s more fascinating is? God doesn’t even refer to our old, abandoned bodies as being dead. He says they’re just asleep. Why? Because He knows that just as sleep is temporary, so is the death of the body. He’s planned a day when our sleeping bodies will be awakened and raised up in glory just like Jesus’ was.

Beloved, there’s coming a day when not only our spirits have victory over death, our physical bodies do too!!!

Hallelujah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Have a Blessed Sunday Everyone!!! 😀

 

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“Stop The Violence!”


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Praise the Lord Beloved.

First my condolences go out to the family of Alton Sterling, Louisiana, Philando Castile, Minnesota and the 5 police officers slain last night in Dallas, Texas.
Today my heart is broken because of all the irrational murdering of innocent men and women of color by those that have sworn an oath to serve and protect. I stand in peaceful solidarity with everyone that is worn-out mentally and spiritually by those we trust to serve and protect every human race. But violence plus violence only multiplies violence as we see now innocent police officers killed in Dallas, Texas.
Beloved, we now live in a society that guns are everywhere. There’s no longer domestic tranquility. The government and judicial system has failed the general population. By acquitting and protecting police officers who kill innocent people, it has outraged many in our society and brought a heightened fear to many others. I personally am against gun violence and I know there are many great police officers in our cities, but until there’s a deep purging and removal of the corrupt servants of the law, enacting legislation to control the proliferation of guns, I feel the change will not come until the American population change its character about violence. Until that happens there will be more sadness, more innocent blood shed and more unnecessary funerals. So as I see it, it doesn’t look like it is going to get any better soon.
May God help us all!!! – Bishop, Dr. W. F. Houston, Jr.