“Handling Life’s Bitter Waters” Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr. (Mind-blowing Word)



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First Baptist Church of Glenarden, (DVD/CD 2-18-2018 12PM)
Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr. @JKJenkins
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“The Dangers To A Successful Marriage” Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr.



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First Baptist Church of Glenarden
Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr.

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How To Live – The Late RC Blakes, SR.



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The late Prophet Robert C. Blakes, Sr. teaches you: ‘How To Live’. Bishop BLAKES, SR. was a powerful prophet. He has been credited for introducing the traditional black church to Spirit filled ministry in the 70s. He is the father of RC BLAKES and SAMUEL BLAKES. He was the patriarch of NEW HOME FAMILY OF CHURCHES. His ministry transformed lives internationally. He is teaching on forgiveness in this message. www.rcblakes.com www.focfi.org www.swimconference.org www.comehometonewhome.org Twitter and Periscope: @RC_Blakes FaceBook: RC BLAKES IG: @RCBLAKES

Dr. J. Weldon & Dr. S.J. Gilbert, Sr. tag team singing at Antioch Baptist Church



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After closing his sermon, Dr. J. Weldon Gilbert breaks out in a song accompanied by his father, Dr. S.J. Gilbert, Sr. at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Beaumont, Texas.

The Great Debate: IUIC vs. Dr. Jack Evans Sr. (Church of Christ) Southwestern Christian College



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Bishop Leo Lewis Sr & MMKWC –Holy Ghost TAKEOVER



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Baptism and deliverance service 1-21-13 @ Cloud of Glory Ministries in Evergreen, AL Pastor Tristian McPherson. 19 souls were baptized IN JESUS NAME and 14 of them received the Holy Ghost WITH the evidence of speaking in tongues!!!!!!

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Bishop Robert N. Fortson Sr. – Learning to Lean



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Bishop Robert N. Fortson Sr., Pastor singing “Learning to Lean” before delivering the Sermon during Sunday Morning Worship Service

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Bishop Robert N. Fortson Sr., Pastor
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Bishop L.T. Walker, Sr.



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Bishop Leato Thomas Walker is the presiding prelate of the First Jurisdiction of Arkansas and pastor of the Holy Temple Cathedral COGIC. Bishop Walker is the former Chairman of the Board Of Bishops. He is one of the oldest and longest serving Bishops in the Church Of God In Christ with one of the largest Jurisdictions….Bishop Richard “Mr. Clean” White Mentions Bishop Walker in the beginning of the song Accept What God Allows with Twinkie Clark

“Treat Lazarus Right” (Sermon)(1970) Bishop J. O. Patterson Sr.



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This is track 3 and 4 from the 1970 Convention album “Treat Lazarus Right”. This message was recorded at the Official Day Service of the 1970 Church of God in Christ Holy Convocation which was held at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bishop James Oglethorpe Patterson Sr. (born July 12, 1912-died December 29, 1989) was Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in Christ for over two decades from 1968 until his death in 1989. He was the father of the now deceased COGIC bishop and Chairman of its General Assembly, Bishop J.O. Patterson, Jr. (1935-2011) and was the first elected Presiding Bishop. He was also the uncle of the Late Presiding Bishop Gilbert E. Patterson.
Bishop Patterson was born in Mississippi in 1912. He and his family joined the Church of God in Christ then under Bishop C.H. Mason when he was a youngster. In the 1930’s, as he grew older, his favor with the leaders of the COGIC increased, and according to them, his favor with God also increased. He also married Mother Deborah Indiana Mason-Patterson in 1935 and had 2 children (J.O. Patterson, Jr. and Janet Laverne Patterson-Wheeler). In 1939, he opened J.O. Patterson Funeral Home (ln 1986, changed to J.O. Patterson Mortuary). He was ordained a minister in the COGIC in the 1940s, under Bishop Mason. He was ordained a bishop in the COGIC in the 1950s. In 1961, when Bishop Mason died, Bishop O.T. Jones, Sr., who succeeded Bishop Mason as the Senior Bishop of the COGIC, organized an executive “General Board,” and appointed Bishop J.O. Patterson,Sr. as the assistant leader of the Board. In 1968, after being the Senior Bishop for seven years, BIshop Jones resigned from the office of Senior Bishop due to controversy from the conflict over his tenure as the Senior Bishop. Bishop J.O. Patterson immediately stepped in and became the interim senior bishop. The General Board met in 1968 and organized a General Assembly of all the bishops of the COGIC. The General Assembly voted to create a new office to replace the office of senior bishop. They called this new and ultimately more “powerful” office, “The Office of the Presiding Bishop of the Churches of God in Christ, Incorporated.” The General Assembly, and the millions of members of the COGIC then voted that Bishop Patterson should take the office of Presiding Bishop. After being elected as the first “Presiding Bishop” of the COGIC denomination, he immediately began starting COGIC Christian missions to bring the COGIC to countries outside of the U.S. During his tenure as Presiding Bishop, Bishop Patterson had built and organized COGIC churches in over 44 foreign countries and organized many jurisdictions in those foreign countries. Under his leadership, he appointed over 100 Bishops to lead the COGIC along with him and the General Board of the church. He also founded the COGIC International C.H. Mason Memorial Choir, to serve as the official mass choir of the denomination. He appointed Dr. Mattie Moss Clark as the head director of the choir and as the head president of the church’s music department. In the 1970s and 1980s he appointed Bishops Otha Miema Kelly, F D Wasington, Louis H. Ford and Chandler D. Owens as his Assistant Presiding Bishops (Ford and Owens later became Presiding Bishops in succession) – they served in their respective positions at different periods.

Bishop Patterson was diagnosed in April of 1988 with pancreatic cancer. As his health declined and as his condition got worse in 1989, Bishop Patterson retired from the Office of Presiding Bishop and Bishop L.H. Ford became the acting Presiding Bishop with Bishop Patterson remaining as the honoured elected Presiding Bishop until his death. He finally died on December 29, 1989 at the William F. Bowld Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. His funeral was held at the magnificent Mason Temple COGIC in Memphis, Tennessee in January of 1990. Nearly 10,000 people attended the funeral. The hymn of comfort that was sang at the funeral was “Oh I Want to See Him and Look Upon His Face.” Many famous Gospel singers sang songs of tribute to Bishop Patterson and songs of comfort to the Patterson family. Among the many famous Gospel singers that sung at the funeral were Karen Clark Sheard, Twinkie Clark, Mattie Moss Clark and Vanessa Bell Armstrong. The funeral was attended by a Catholic Cardinal-Bishop who was sent by the Catholic leaders in Vatican City to represent Pope John Paul II. The eulogy was delivered by his successor Bishop Louis Henry Ford (who was elevated to the Office of Presiding Bishop by the General Assembly in early 1990), who urged the people of the COGIC to return to “basic holiness in God.” Bishop J.O. Patterson, Sr. was buried at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Shelby County, Tennessee.