Worthy Is The Lamb – Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir WORTHY IS THE LAMB
Rejoice that your names are written in Heaven!
ONLY BY GOD’S GRACE AND LOVE CAN THIS HAPPEN.
GOD IS STILL WORKING AND IN CONTROL.
Today, 7/19/2020 is a special day for our brother Brian Austin, a humble, loving young man who started his class at The Urban Ministry Institute of Los Angeles on 7/14/2020. He told me he wants to attend the school I graduated from. He made the decision to serve the Lord, and after today’s service he asked to be baptized. Hallelujah! Praise the Lord. You will be notified of Brian’s baptism date. Please join me to pray for Brian.
And I am honored to sign his “Pastor’s Reference Form.” Good news plus good news. The Urban Ministry Institute of Los Angeles gives him a full scholarship!
There is no word that can describe the joy in me to witness a reborn baby in Christ. Rejoice in the Lord. There is Hope in Christ.
Robert asked how are you doing.
Robert is well. Praise the Lord. He is in a senior resident facility at Hollywood. We talked over the phone. He is doing well there. We love you!
Yesterday I managed myself to serve as my sister would love to see me as strong as she was. I shared with our friends of her departure to Heaven united with our Father and our Lord.
The memories Peggy had shared with me always stayed fresh. She always encouraged me, pushed me, listened to me, allowing me to cry on her shoulders and yell at my frustrations. She was always there spoiling me.
Right before she moved to Oklahoma, Rick brought her to Skid Row to surprise our friends and me. She said, “I know you would love to see me, so I come to surprise you.” Yes. Peggy, you did a good job to cheer me up. I miss you so much.
After she moved to Oklahoma, one Sunday after service at Skid Row, I received a call with a very demanding voice, “Don’t ask. Just let me know where you are now and stay there don’t move. I am coming.” We spent time at King Fish filling the entire restaurant with our laughter and tears of joy.
Dear Peggy, you are deep in my heart. I will forever remember the time we spent together till you welcome me at the gate. We will unite again in Heaven, that’s my destiny. Love you.