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Does it really matter who says it, as long as it is the truth of the Word of God! The apostle Paul wrote, “Who then is Paul, and who is Apollo’sbut ministers by whom ye believed…” I (Paul) have planted, Apollo’s watered; but God gave the increase. so then neither he that plantlet any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase.” The Church (i.e. the people) has given far too much credit to man and his natural qualifications.


Many say, “Oh I am not a theologian, how can I understand the Word of God.” That is the “Dark Age” mentality!  You can understand God’s Word. According to the pattern in scripture. Levi was separated from among the children of Israel as the “Priesthood” to teach, protect, and watch over the copying the Word of God. (Deut.17:18, Num.1:47-54, Deut.24:8;31:9-13, 2Chron.15:3;34:15, Neh.8:2 / Neh.7:63-65) Levi was “set” in this place by God as it pleased Him. Levi was not selected because he was a scholar or a theologian; he was selected because he was one of the sons of Israel that had been born into the family covenantal line. (Gen.49, Eph.2:1-19) Levi had nothing to do with his placement. He did not earn his place, he did not work his way “up through the ranks” (so-to-speak). His degrees did not qualify him, or his years of experience. It was God’s mercy. (Note: Rom.9:20) The reality of the Leviticus priesthood today is the Church, the Body of Christ, the Saint, the individual believer. (1Peter.2:5-9, Rev.1:6; 5:10) We have been born again into the family, the Covent line, (John.3:1-7, Eph.2:1-19) God has “set” us ” in the body as “an holy priesthood” (1Cor.12:18) God did not set us in because we were scholars and theologians. God has set us in His Church where He wants us, with the ability that He gives us. (1John.2:27, John.16:12-13, 1Cor.2:1-14, 1Peter.4:11) Peter and John were “unlearned and ignorant men” (Acts.4:13) Luke was a doctor. Paul was “an Hebrew of Hebrews” yet considered all his natural qualifications as “dung” (Phil.3:4-8) God called Moses, who was “learned in all the wisdom of Egypt, and was mighty in words and in deeds,” (Acts.7:22) was sent into the desert to come to the realization that the “reproach of Christ” (is) greater than the treasures (wisdom) in Egypt.” (Heb.11:25) Education (i.e. the wisdom and treasures of Egypt) has its place in things of this world. However, in the “things of God” our education must be in God’s Word, and not man’s intellect. (1Cor.2:1-14)

The Church (i.e. the people) gave up this responsibility during the Dark Ages to man appointed Priests that hath polluted the “holy things” of God. (Note: Neh.7:63-65) We, the people, need to take it backNote this quote from John Wycliffe. He wrote the “people had the right to read the Bible and interpret it for themselves” (Compton Interactive Encyclopedia, 96) there is an excellent “example” (i.e. types, shadow, model) in the Church the wilderness that illustrates the balanced between the people and leadership concerning God’s Word. (Num.10:1-10) There was a cloud that abode on the Tabernacle of Moses. When the cloud lifted up all Israel journeyed. When it remained, they journeyed not. (The Cloud is a type of God leading His Church by the Spirit) Everybody could see the cloud, regardless of their placement around the Tabernacle. (Num.1-3). They could interpret God’s leading, but nobody moved until the leadership (the Priest) came out and blew a trumpet sound. (Num.10:1-10) This was a confirming sound because the people had already interpreted what God was doing. The apostle Paul declared himself to “helpers of their (the Corinthian’s) joy.” He did not want dominion over their faith. Leadership is vital, however they are the servants holding the people up. They are “elders” (i.e. older spiritually) placed by God to give wisdom to the “younger” in the Lord. As a natural father would to his children.


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  1. Thank you for your words of encouragement and for sharing the Good News with the world. Let’s stay connected to the vine that God’s love can flow into and through us in Jesus’ name. Amen.


      You are so welcome my friend, and yes of course we shall remain connected to the Vine because this is the Lord’s will and we are to be obedient to that will. Thank you for the words of encouragement and sharing your thoughts of great wisdom with us today. May the Lord bless you abundantly as you walk out into your divine destiny leaning and depending upon Jesus who will show us all truth and make our path straight and prosperous.

  2. Greetings Pastor Davis, I’ve had a very nice visit on your blog this evening. I felt my concerns of the day just dissipate as I listened to your prayer. I also appreciate all the Scripture references you provide in your writing.

    May the Peace of the LORD be upon you and yours, and may God bless you. Beth

    (ps: I am subscribing to your RSS feed, as it is often difficult for me to get to the blog. This way seems easier for me.)


      My friend, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and blessings for this ministry. It is all for the glory of the Lord. May he continue to lift you higher and higher as you walk out your new life living in His abundant life of prosperity, love peace and joy. We appreciate you and will continue to work each and everyday being obedient to his word by sharing with all His people the truth of His Holy word.

  3. Hi Pastor Davis, thanks for liking the latest post on our blog http://www.lifeistoughbutgodalwaysmakesaway.wordpress.com We pray the words God writes through us encourage all He sends across our path.

    Pastors George and Sharon Billington


      Greetings Pastor George and Sister Sharon, it is indeed a blessing to meeting and greeting you in the name of Our Lord and Savior. I thank you for responding back to me in kind. May the Lord enlarge your territory and fill it with blessings of all kind that you may use to bless others. The work we do here is all for His glory and I invite you to come and share with us a word at any time. May His peace rest in you now and always. Pastor Davis

  4. Pastor Davis,

    I wanted to extend my appreciation to you for the honor of visiting my blog. It is my sincere hope that the blessings of the Almighty continue to infest your life and works.

    Blessings to you sir!


      My Friend, I truly do thank you for your words of wisdom and encouragement. All we do here is for the glory of the Lord. For He has blessed each of us with special gifts and He desires for us to use them to uplift each other and work to build His Kingdom here on this earth. Be Encouraged in all that you do, for the Lord our God has your back and He desires for you to be a blessing to all those He has placed in your pathway. So stay focus and keep moving forward for there is truly much work to be done, because the harvest is ripe but the labors are few. Let us be among the ones that raises our hands and say, Lord send me! Be Blessed my friend.

  5. So delighted that you stopped by Be Whole Now and Liked my Prayer for Radical Patience. I Love the depth and breadth of your ministry – and the ways in which you go so far beyond any narrow religious/spiritual labels or boxes. What a limitless fountain of abundant Joy this site is! May you and yours continue to be richly blessed.


      Thank you my friend for those beautiful words of wisdom and encouragement. My Spirit is always humbled to meet, greet and welcome new friends into the building process of the Lord’s Kingdom. He truly has blessed each believer with many gifts to enable us to reach out into the world and share His World of truth. Therefore, I encourage you to remain focus and to continue doing what the Lord has called you to do. In it all may you find joy and peace to share with family and friends during this Christmas Holiday Season.

  6. Thank you for stoppping by and liking my post.


      You are so very welcome. When we encourage and embrace the reality of life we are able to contribute to growth of each other. Knowledge in always in supply and we believe in the thought that you can always find a blessing in life relating to the world that surrounds you at any given moment. May you continue to grow in grace.
      Shirley Rhodes

  7. Excellent description/explanation of the role of leaders/elders in the body of Christ, the church. Hope that believers will accept the challenge the call and the duty to study God’s Word under the guidance and revelation of The Comforter.

    May God bless you and your ministry, my brother in Christ.


      Thank you my friend for taking the time to read and comment of the work God has given us to share with all. May his love and mercy be with you now and always.

  8. thank you for visiting my site, I’ve enjoyed my visit to yours. Blessings

  9. My good friend and brother whom I miss already I ask that you look at this award and read the story behind it and humbly request that you accept it. http://bishoptatro.wordpress.com/2013/06/17/the-rose-of-kindness-award/


      My good friend Bishop Tatro, I am humble and honored to except this precious award. I thank you for nominating this ministry for such great award. All the work we do here is for the glory of God. Therefore I accept it in His name for all the people that are a total part of this ministry. At the present time however, we are behind on getting our awards page in place. We have receive many and will get them all put up. We are working at the present time building a brand new platform that can accommodate all that God is doing here. Be encouraged that we will get it up. It is such a great honor when others thank enough of you to present you with awards that could only come through the spirit of God. Again, thank you Bishop. We invite you to come and join our family and friends and be a total part of all God has to share with us and the world. We welcome your thoughts and ideas and pray that you will always fell welcome and share them with us as well as the rest of the world as we reach out to help lift God’s people up to that high place that He has chosen for them to be. Today we leave you with our peace as you walk out your purpose here on this earth. In Jesus name, Amen!

  10. Thank you for the ‘like’. I enjoyed reading your blog.


      You are truly welcome; may God’s grace and mercies be with you as you walk out your purpose. Be Encourage and Be Blessed!

  11. Dear Pastor Davis,

    I hope it is not too late to wish you a wonderful New Year. May 2013 bring you more happiness, love, and success. And with the message of peace, love, and harmony that you bring through this blog, I hope you will continue working on it and become a torch for the fire of God to illuminate humans’ heart. Therefore, I wish you a continuous success with your blogging journey. :-)

    Also, I would like to thank you because you continue following my blog. I hope my blog posts do not disappoint and that your visits in there have been a joyful ride. Thank you again, many blessings and much love to you. :-)

    Subhan Zein


      Thank you my friend for your well wishes and may your year be prosperous and plentious in all you do. It is the hope of the ministery here to be able to offer support and encouragement to all, as we seek a life of love, peace and harmony. Continue to blog such powerful thoughts, and it is my prayer that we will become a part of sharing many blessings with others. God bless you.
      Shirley Rhodes

      • Thank you very much, Pastor. You are a wonderful soul, and may God bless you, as always. :-)

        Pastor if you like, you may want to consider subscribing through email so you do not miss the posts. I only post 1-2 per week, so this won’t inundate your inbox, I hope. Current WP subscription only allows new posts displayed in the Reader section, which means only those doing email subscription are regularly updated. If you are interested, I would be more than happy to send you a brief instruction for email subscription. Just let me know. Thank you, many blessings and much love to you. :-)

        Subhan Zein


          Thank you once again My Friend for this great info. Yes please send it to me and I will be delighted to subscribe via email. I truly do love the great quality of work you are doing and contributing to mankind. May God continue to bless you as you grow in His grace.

  12. Greetings Pastor Davis!

    Thank you so much for “liking” some of my recent posts and for following my blog. I look forward to reading more of your God-inspired word and growing together in the Lord! Have a blessed day and enjoyable weekend!

    God bless,


  13. Hello Pastor…I just wanted to personally thank you for being an inspiration to me and my blogging aspirations! With that said, I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award! You can check out the details on my blog at http://faith1stministries.wordpress.com . CONGRATULATIONS!!


      My Friend, I simply say THANK YOU, THANK YOU AND THANK YOU. I am truly honored and do except your nomination. May God bless you and your ministry as you continue to do is will.

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