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Dr. Alvin White, Jr. 

Senior Pastor 

Pastor's Screed
Sunday, January 19 2020
Don't SKIP or MISS a STEP  on your way to becoming What God wants you to be 

           MEMO FROM THE PASTOR’S SCREED

7th Month The 28th & 29th Lord’s Day 2nd Decade in the 21st Century


 Don’t SKIP or MISS a STEP  on your way to becoming What God wants you to be 
 Listen closely to the words of the Psalmist. Psalm 119: 133-135 133  Order my steps in thy word:      And let not any iniquity have dominion over me. 134  Deliver me from the oppression of man:      So will I keep thy precepts. 135  Make thy face to shine upon thy servant;      And teach me thy statutes. 
 Before you begin to dance, sing or hum the melody associated with Psalm 119:133 concerning “steps,” consider, according to Bishop T.D. Jakes, that steps aren’t easy nor are they a piece of cake. Steps, says the Bishop, are difficult and can be traumatic. In general, steps, in this context,  require that you recognize the requirement to leave the level you are on…and go to another level. 
 
Pastor tell us what you are saying and preferably, in this paragraph, tell us where you’re going with this.  
 
Well, here’s what we MUST ask of God without hesitation or neglect: 
 
Lord, make me humble to seek your MERCY, first. Secondly, Your GRACE is needed to sustain and maintain. 
 
Except, I seek and receive your guidance, my growth will be stunted and my walk faulty. 

Lord Have Mercy!

Dr. Alvin White, Jr. Senior Pastor 

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Monday, January 13 2020
Is this the YEAR you'll march beyond Procrastination?

This is the year, stop doing the same thing and fatally thinking things will change. Hebrews 13:5c-6 says “I will never leave you nor forsake you” 6 So we confidently say, The Lord is my helper. I will not fear; what can man do to me?”

But pastor, aren’t you being a little bit harsh and presumptuous? With all due respect, you don’t know my pain nor my struggle(s). What are you suggesting I do to grow, spiritually, this year beyond the stall that occurs by the end of January?

Apart from low energy (laziness), our procrastination is stifling and is often fueled by fear. The good news is we can be cured of this pre-existing condition we’ve experienced in prior years of no or low growth.

Here’s how differently 2020 can be and look with respect to spiritual growth.

  1. Triple the amount of Bible reading. 2 Timothy 3:16; The Scripture is PROFITABLE.
  2. Pray more than you ever did. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Pray, and then pray some more.

                     Going forward in Twenty-Twenty.

 Lord Have Mercy!

Dr. Alvin White, Jr. 

Senior Pastor

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