Receiving what you do not deserve

Grace takes many forms, including guidance, healing, opportunity and at times, an overwhelming sense of oneness. I open my mind and heart to grace.

I often think I have nothing to give. I mean who’s interested in what I have to offer? Who’s interested in what I am trying to say? I read every day about negative stuff, we are literally smothering to death in negative media, on which you cannot depend. I know I am not rich, so much of what I say falls on deaf ears. People do not want to hear the truth, but they know they need truth in order to prepare for a better future. The truth is, from where I am sitting, “We are living life just as backwards as two left shoes”. “We say one thing and do another” and it is very obvious, but our desire to stay the same is stronger than our desire for change, therefore, we are getting further off course every day. But to the man with two left fee, two left shoes fit fine. What will we prosper without change?

It is a sad state of affairs and I hate being the one to tell you that, you are on the wrong road, if you are following the leadership that I see and that has been in leadership over the past 53 years. Just look to what our economy has come, our churches, grocery stores, communities, government…who can you trust? From where do we get our doctrine? You are wrong if you go to school, you are wrong if you don’t? Why do we force people(mandatory education) to go to school? What good is forced learning? Is our current system of education making us better or worse? What does it take for us to save ourselves?

Grace empowers us to overcome sin, a hook-up from heaven. I once was lost but now I am found, was blind but now I see. It was grace that taught my heart to fear, and grace my fear relieved. The hour I first believed.

The song reminds us that we are all connected-- Amazing grace.

Slave ships in the water. Amazing Grace, song as John might have heard coming up out of the belly of a slave ship. Written by John Newton, Slave Ship Captain; melody unknown. Hear one of the Most Heartfelt, Emotional Renditions Ever made of the Song, Amazing Grace, visit HERE: Amazing Grace History by Wintley Phipps.

What about the Five black notes on the piano? Every time I feel the spirit. Just play the black notes. Swing low Sweet Chariot. It's about the black notes, just about. How sweet the sound-- Negro Spirituals.

It is in your quite crucible of your personal private sufferings that your nobliest dreams are born and God's greatest gifts are given in compensation for what you have been through. It is well.--Wintley Phipps

Been there Ten thousand years...We know...Grace has brought me safe thus far and grace will lead me home.

Grace saved a wretch like me.

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Amen!

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