Today’s Sermon: Commitment for a Full Blessing

Trinity Baptist Church, West Point

Thanking God for my first sermon since my hospitalization.  Memory Eternal to Freddie Fowlkes whom I eulogized yesterday.  Praying for a wonderful service this afternoon in honor of our Deacons, Deaconesses, and Trustees.


Commitment for a Full Blessing

Luke 3:1-6

It is easy for us to shortchange the blessings and miracles of where the Lord has brought us from. As you know, I drove myself to the hospital last weekend not knowing that my blood sugar was 720. I should have gone into a diabetic coma, had a stroke, got dizzy, had an accident and died. But, by the mercy of God, none of those things happened. As you can see, I am alive and well. And I praise God for being better to me than I have been to myself. It is very easy for me to shortchange my testimony right now because my story is encouraging enough…

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