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Claiming another pastor in family
You can run, but you can’t hide the good, the bad and the ugly.
I have said this before. The year 2020 was a good year for some. Despite the bad and the ugly God was still blessing people, especially me and my family.
He blessed me with things I thought would never come to pass and quickly, too! Sometimes we lose focus and forget that nothing is too hard for God. I am happy that He is a forgiving God.
The family noticed something special about my nephew Wilbert as a little boy. He was always moving fast, going different places around the world, singing like Al Green, playing the piano almost as well as Elton John, and dancing better than James Brown. Ask his classmate, Bennie Mae Burton White. I believe she taught him (smile). I used to love to watch them dance together at class reunions, and everyone else did, too, including their spouses.
However, after Wilbert traveled the world, he returned home to sweet Alabama and accepted his calling from the Almighty most high God, publicly, because he has always preached, whether he knew it or not. Wilbert is a “jack of all trades,” and now he is master of the God trade.
Wilbert accepted his calling in Alabama and did his first sermon at Mountain Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Childersburg on October 25, 2020, where he is also a member. He is now an ordained minister, and we are speaking and claiming another pastor in the family.
The Bible lets us know to speak it and bring it to pass. Mister Wilbert Johnson and his wife, Sister Sylvia Johnson, are doing great things on the battlefield for the Lord.
Although sickness tried to rob them, Jesus has already paid the price on Calvary. Thank you, God! Darkness had to leave when Jesus shined his light on my nephew, who is more of a brother that lived with us most of his childhood days. We will keep him and Sylvia in our prayers always.
Let’s pray for our ministers, pastors and churches.
Oh, happy belated birthday to Union Square’s Raymond Abrams.
In loving memory, happy birthday to Margie Lee and Marcus Davis Sr., both on June 27. I miss them so much. They were very special people.
We are truly enjoying Pastor McDonald and being informed to the highest. He explained fear and darkness like no one else ever has done. God sent him to help heal us during our trials and help heal the land. We must turn from our wicked ways if we want our land to heal.
We welcome Pastor Michael Strong, the writer of “The Gospel Truth” in “The Coosa County News.” Keep speaking the truth, Pastor Strong.
Look what Spike and Mike have to say:
Spike: “Is it true you were addicted to soap?”
Mike: “Yeah, but I am clean now.”
Stay clean everybody; wash your hands and use soap.
“News about Him spread quickly over the whole region.” – Mark 1:28
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.