Part IV Excerpt: UNDERSTANDING BLACK HISTORY: KNOWING GOD

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As ISAIAH:  “LIVE A LIFE OF DEDICATION TO GOD WITH FAITH & VISION,” Isaiah 6: 8b: “Here am I send me.”

 

(Carl A. Patton (FJP) will be the keynote speaker for a Black History Program “Poor Man’s Supper” at New Zion Baptist Church, Saturday February 27, 2010 at 4 pm, 809 MLK Blvd., Chattanooga, Tennessee. Sponsored by the Women’s Ministry, of the Chattanooga District).

 

WHO WILL ACCEPT THE CALL OF THE LORD?

 

Greetings Brethren,

 

Peace be unto you. Has God called out to countless multitudes to defend His call to service? Is one’s salvation dependant on answering and hearing the call to do good work? Meanwhile the Prophets had a distinct role. So did the Historians as God commissions the Spiritual Scientists. Do you hear God? Is God always speaking?

 

The Heart Volunteers Those In His Service

 

My father in the flesh sent me on an errand to the

store. This mission also ended when I returned home.

However God’s missions are for age-lasting. Jesus

remembered this prophecy in the Gospels.

 

We also remember Isaiah as we sit in solitude and

embrace self not in self serving but in order to see

God. Once again more than once man often clouds

the vision of God.

 

The birds moved and the water silently and softly

passed by however it disturbs not my emotions.

I heard sweet messages as the trees moved in the

Wind. I also rested on the Word that captured my heart.

 

Some were sent and some many said just went.

However God will prepare those in His service.

But free-will spoke up and was first. There it rested

in my heart.

 

This was the distinction between those sent and those that

went and those that were sent that left. God as us and we,

Father and the Son saw us and sent us, as now we have

the Holy Spirit and sweet comfort. Glory to God.

 

 

 


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