Details for Trustee Mary Lee funeral services:

C & H Community For Funerals
411 S Adams St, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Public Viewing: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 (4-8pm)
Family Hour: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 10:00am
Funeral: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 11.00am
Bishop Harvey Beavers, Jr., Officiating
Repast dinner will be served at the Ypsilanti Temple.

GREETINGS FROM THE KING OF ISRAEL

 

King of IsraelWelcome, everyone to our 76th General Assembly and Church of the Firstborn.  The past year has been great and rewarding for us.  We have faced some challenges, but they will serve to increase our resolve to continue on up the King’s Highway of Righteousness in The Spiritual Israel Church and Its Army.

First, I thank my wife, the Queen, for all her love and support of me and our natural family, as well as our spiritual family the world over.   She has been an inspiration to me, as we both believe in the hope of Israel being taught in The Spiritual Israel Church and Its Army.  To our children and extended family, I thank you for your love and support.

To my staff of bishops, elders, reverends, deacons, mothers, brothers and sisters, I truly thank you for your continued support of the Church and me, as we move towards building the Kingdom of God in the hearts and minds of God’s people, that they may truly  love and serve one another.

My dear Israelites, in spite of the obstacles, trials and challenges, we will not give up on the race that is set before us.   I want to encourage each of you to examine yourselves and not others; choose this day whom you will serve and dedicate your service to the God of Israel in The Spiritual Israel Church and Its Army.

Last year, we celebrated our 75th year of being a registered ecclesiastical church on our Israel land.  We will not be going back to our local churches to hold our annual General Assembly; we will continue to improve our Israel land to accommodate our Holy two weeks of the gathering of all the tribes of Israel the world over.

I pray that each of us rededicate ourselves to the service of the God of Israel by our service to one another.  I challenge our youth to always remember that we all are standing on the shoulders of great men and women who have paved the way for us.  Therefore, hopefully, we will look not at the things of others but remain focused on asking ourselves: What can I do, what can I say, how can I, as an individual, be of greater service to our Church?   Therefore, as we, in the spirit of our theme, “Come Together”, do so with great enthusiasm and faith in a brighter tomorrow for us all.

May the great, true and living God, the God of Israel, bless each of you as we enjoy the outpouring of the Holy Spirit during our “General Assembly, the Church of the Firstborn”.

Peace and Love,

Your Servant, Bishop Bobby J. Davis,
King of Israel

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