Gospel Temple Missionary Baptist Church ~ March Gladness Revival



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Gospel Temple Missionary Baptist Church
March Gladness Revival
Devotional Massage
Rev. Benny Giles, Bailey Chapel Baptist Church, North Little Rock, Arkansas

Rev. Nicholas E. Nettle, Pastor ~ Gospel Temple Missionary Baptist Church, Little Rock, Arkansas

Grace Temple Praise Chant – I May Not See It, But I Hear Rain (2/21/16)



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This is a place where we LOVE GOD and LOVE PEOPLE. If you are ever in the Phoenix area be sure to join us for worship! Sunday Morning Worship at begins at 11am.

ADDRESS: 813 West Buckeye Road, Phoenix, AZ. 85007
Pastor Jack Spencer Jr. & First Lady Tenile Spencer

Jewish Leaders Tour Church Welfare Operations and Jordan River Utah Mormon Temple



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For Saba Soomekh, a Jewish leader from California, seeing firsthand The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ welfare and temple operations is a way of practicing what she preaches to her university religious studies students.

To help them deepen their understanding of other faiths, she asks students to visit mosques, synagogues and other worship spaces.

“People just want to be understood,” said Soomekh, who teaches religious studies, women’s studies and Middle Eastern history at the University of California, Los Angeles. Soomekh, who is assistant director of interreligious and intercommunity affairs for the American Jewish Committee, was one of 11 Jewish leaders from Los Angeles and New York who visited with Latter-day Saint leaders Tuesday and Wednesday, touring the Church’s vast welfare facilities and the newly renovated Jordan River Utah Temple.

“It is so important to learn about other faiths, especially in the time that we’re living in today where there is so much misunderstanding and so much animosity,” she continued. “It is so important to really truly understand what people believe, how it’s not a threat to you and how you could work to better [the] community.”

This week’s visit is part of an ongoing series of relationship-building experiences between Latter-day Saints and Jews. In May 2017, Jewish leaders hosted Mormon leaders in New York City, and in October 2016, some members of this same Jewish delegation gathered in Jerusalem with Mormon leaders to commemorate the 175th anniversary of an early Mormon apostle’s journey to Jerusalem.

Pastor Jamal Bryant Preaches Final Word of 7 Last Words Service at Empowerment Temple



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Pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant preaches “Into Thy Hands” during the 7 Last Words Service held at Empowerment Temple AME Church on Good Friday 2016 3/25/2016 in Baltimore, MD

METAL ! Michelle Shortt and Stu de Haan, from The SATANIC TEMPLE -Arizona



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ROCK with TST Arizona — with us about the First Amendment, anti-discrimination, and metal rock bands ! SCARY !

Michelle and Stu join at the 15:25 time mark

We look at a trailer for DEVIL’S GATE, plus talk about Metal from Finland.

RIP to Peggy Cummins
RIP to Z’ev

There is NO Metallica in this program.

John F Kennedy speaks in tabernacle on Temple Square in SLC ~ Part 1



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Speech in Salt Lake City at the famous Mormon Tabernacle given by then-President of the United States, John F. Kennedy on September 26, 1963.

This is only in audio format. I would have preferred to have video however, I am grateful that I was able to get what I could. The picture is of JFK standing next to David O. Mckay, Prophet and President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1951 to 1970.

In Part I, JFK says, “Of all the stories of American pioneers and settlers, none is more inspiring than the Mormon trail. The qualities of the founders of this community are the qualities that we seek in America, the qualities which we like to feel this country has, courage, patience, faith, self-reliance, perseverance, and, above all, an unflagging determination to see the right prevail.”

“If our task on occasion seems hopeless, if we despair of ever working our will on the other 94 percent of the world population, then let us remember that the Mormons of a century ago were a persecuted and prosecuted minority, harried from place to place, the victims of violence and occasionally murder, while today, in the short space of 100 years, their faith and works are known and respected the world around, and their voices heard in the highest councils of this country. As the Mormons succeeded, so America can succeed, if we will not give up or turn back.”

The full text can be found at:

Note: In his opening words the President referred to Frank E. Moss, U.S. Senator from Utah; David O. McKay, President of the Mormon Church, and Hugh B. Brown, his First Counselor; Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior; George Dewey Clyde, Governor of Utah; and Calvin W. Rawlings of Salt Lake City, Democratic National Committeeman for Utah.

Pastor Ricky Temple- Finding Your Way Through Confusion



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Pastor Ricky Temple of Overcoming By Faith Ministries in Savannah GA illustrates the meaning of being filled by the Holy Spirit. To see the remainder of this sermon, please visit www.rickytemple.tv!