THANK YOU!

PRAISE THE LORD EVERYONE. TO YHVH BE ALL GLORY, HONOR and PRAISE!

I am just feeling grateful today and honored to still be of service to the LORD and to my fellow saints.

If it were not for the GRACE and MERCY of FATHER YHVH in CHRIST, I would have been gone a long time ago. I AM THANKFUL FOR MY LIFE!

I am also very thankful for the many lives and souls that the LORD has touched and blessed through The O.W. Prince Ministries.  

I will probably never get to see the majority of those who were positively impacted by this ministry on this side of Heaven but I am grateful. And I must give ALL PRAISE AND GLORY AND HONOR to GOD.

GOD IS JUST TOO GOOD!

As I reflect on this humble ministry and the 6 nations and different countries, cultures, religious orientations, denominations and peoples that this ministry has served in one way or the other, indirectly or directly and has been published in, I MUST BE CAREFUL TO GIVE YHVH ALL of the PRAISE, GLORY AND HONOR.

Only God…

It surely wasn’t because of me that 250,000 souls visits, downloads, share and copy materials from my blogs, Newsletters and posts annually.

IT IS ALL BY HIS POWER and FOR HIS GLORY!

From adolescents to the elderly; from grade-school to Ph.D.s; from sinners to saints, The O.W. Prince Ministries and its Message of REPENTANCE and WARNING is being heard and its voice is growing.

It is because of you that I even matter. And I would like you to know that you matter to me. I especially remember and thank Sister Paulette Bussey who has endorsed this ministry from it infancy on WORDPRESS and Pastor Paul B. Thomas who mentored my online ministry on WORDPRESS.

I cannot reach everyone as I would like to or when I would like to but I try to remember everyone in prayer.

I am so very grateful to be your friend.

THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING ME TO SERVE.

I love you to LIFE ETERNAL.

THANK YOU MANY LANGUAGES

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TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!!

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Then My Living Shall Not Be in Vain

On this past weekend I attended a memorial service for an elderly gentleman.  The presiding personality came to a portion of the service where family, friends, community and church were asked to say something memorable about the deceased; to speak to his good qualities, deeds, character, personality or service.  After a long moment of deathly silence, not one soul rose to speak on his behalf.  No one had anything to say.

I thought that this was a sad commentary to the close of a life that had spent over 73 years on earth. 

I am sure that someone had something good to say about the deceased.  However, they just weren’t at the funeral that day.

This made me pause and think to myself, “I don’t want my living to be in vain.”  I want somebody to miss something about me that would make it easy for them to speak at my memorial service.  I want to help somebody to the extent that if they were to be asked to help eulogize me, it wouldn’t a chore but a pleasant stroll down memory lane. 

If I can help somebody, as I pass along,
If I can cheer somebody, with a word or song,
If I can show somebody, how they’re travelling wrong,
Then my living shall not be in vain.

~ Bishop O.W. Prince

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