Meet the Pastor
Not for one moment do I bring a message to the people that they may follow me, or join my church, or start some fellowship and organization. I have never done that and will not do that now. I have no interest in those things, but I do have an interest in the things of God and people, and if I can accomplish just one thing I will be satisfied. That one thing is to see established a true spiritual relationship between God and men, wherein men become new creations in Christ, filled with His Spirit and live according to His Word.
William Marrion Branham (Resume of The Ages)
Join me in my yearly journey through the Bible. I strongly believe that Christians should pray and read their bibles daily as this is the absolute foundation to our faith in Jesus Christ. As we read, we should seek God for revelation of His Word, for this is the only weapon we need to defeat the enemy. Our Lord simply quoted, “It is written,” and was victorious in the multiple temptations of Matthew 4:1-11. The following link will lead you to the one year bible plan that we are currently using.
MATTHEW 4:4 – But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.
…I love the Word. The Holy Spirit feeds on the Word of God. Christians should always read the Bible, for the Holy Spirit feeds… Its food is the Word of God. “Man shall not live by bread alone (Amen. There it is.), but by every Word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” That’s what the Christian lives on, the Word. And the Holy Spirit loves the Word, and He’s here tonight to receive the Word. And It’s in you. And as the Word comes forth, then the Holy Spirit takes the Word of God and reveals It….
GOD.KEEPS.HIS.WORD_ JEFF.IN SUNDAY
…So children, back to your God, quickly. Don’t tangle with the world for anything. Stay out of this modern world; stay out of these modern theologies. Just look to the Lamb of God; read your Bible and pray all the time. Don’t be weary. Be rejoicing, happy, for the redemption of the Church is drawing nigh, when we shall see Him Who died for us.