A NEW WEEK (RE-POST)

ab9It is Monday and what have you done for the weekend? How was Church yesterday? Just a question to see how you favour for the last few days. I am happy to be on the land of the living to offer praise and thanks for another day in another week. Truly the Lord has been good towards us and we are trusting in His grace for the blessings poured out on us. It is truly wonderful what the Lord has done for us even though we have strayed from His fold and presence. However, His grace is still sufficient to keep us.

I want to thank God for the love and blessings bestowed upon us, for it is keeping us alive. To His All Holiness Patriarch and Presiding Prelate, The Anointed Queen Abbess and our Cardinal and our many Ministers, brothers and sisters greetings to you and the peace of God our Father. We praise the Lord today in the beauty of holiness for allowing us to see the dawn of a new day and even the rising of the sun. I know that many of you will read this mail before the sun rises. The Lord has promised to lead us into pastures fresh and green. So today we will lift up our eyes unto the hills from whence cometh our help. We are to be like a tree planted by the rivers of water and we are praying to bring forth our fruits in a good season. As long as we are planted right our leaves shall not wither and whatsoever we do are going to prosper.
We can see the evidence here as we move from strength to strength for every day with Jesus is sweeter than the day before. Lift up your hearts and give God some praise offering. Hallelujah, blessed be the Name of the Lord. Let the Lord have His perfect will in your hearts and thank Him for all the love and blessings offered to us. We will bless the Lord at all times and let His Grace continually flow in our hearts. For in the presence of the Lord there is fullness of joy and pleasures at His Right Hand.
I love you and to God be all the glory. May Almighty God bless and keep you in His service, Have a wonderful day and God bless.
Your servant,
Godfrey Gregg
Archbishop and Apostolic Head
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Author: Godfrey Gregg