February 2018 Monthly Letter

February 1st, 2018

Dear Reconciler Family,

“Fighting on Two Fronts – A Tuskegee Airman Remembers.”

This year, 2018 will be an important year in race relations with Memphis, Tennessee gearing up for the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s death, which took place on Thursday, April 4, 1968. In that commemorative spirit, I asked Pastor Neil Earle, a church leader, to revive an interview I did in 2010 with one of the last famed Tuskegee Airman.

At age 82 (now 90), William “Bill” Hicks has a grace-filled demeanor and approach to life that makes you want to adopt him as your special grandfather. Bill, a deacon in the Grace Communion International congregation in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a devoted Christian and a proud father and grandfather who considers the best day of his life was when a girl named Gertrude Melton dropped into his electronic repair shop. Under the pretense of a 45-minute talk about this girl’s battery and radio cabinet needs, Bill knew he had found his true love.

“I had her address because of the repair job,” he recalls with a fondness in his voice, “so that let me ask her to be my secretary, and later my wife.” Four children and grandchildren later, it says a lot about Bill Hicks that family matters loom as the highlight of his life. It says a lot because Bill Hicks was a ground crew mechanic for the 322nd Fighter Group of the U.S. Army Airforce in World War II, the famed “Tuskegee Airmen” or” Black Birdmen,” as the Germans used to call them. The Allies called these airmen “Red Tails” or “Red-Tail Angels,” because of the distinctive crimson paint prominently visible on the tail section of the unit’s aircraft.

Tuskegee Airmen “Red Tails” Squadron

African Americans desperately wanted to serve their country but racism was endemic! Not until 1948 would President Harry Truman desegregate the Armed Forces. Meanwhile, the U.S. Congress overcame heavy legislation lobbying to call into being a special group of pilots and air crew from the black population. The prejudice was fierce. The War Department set up requirements for flight experience and levels of education that they expected would be debilitating.

That policy backfired as qualified applicants poured in, and one of them was young Bill Hicks. “I was sent to Illinois and then to just outside Detroit for a group called the 100th Fighter Squadron. There were three squadrons to a group so Captain Benjamin Davis was called back from North Africa to head up the 99th squadron in Alabama.

Davis was the son of the first black West Point graduate. He was not easily deterred by harassments, such as a scientific report by the University of Texas, which purported to show that Negroes possessed too low intelligence to handle such complex operations as air combat. This report insinuated that they might jeopardize the war effort!

The 99th, 100th, 301st and 302nd were combined to form the all-black 332nd Fighter Group. They operated with the Fifteenth Air Force from May 1944 to April 1945, being engaged primarily in protecting bombers that struck such objectives as oil refineries, factories, airfields, and marshaling yards in Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Greece. They also made successful strafing attacks on airdromes, railroads, highways, bridges, river traffic, troop concentrations, radar facilities, power stations, and other targets. The unit received a Distinguished Unit Citation award. This shows what we as children of God can do if we put our hearts and courage to it!


January 2018 Monthly Letter

January 1st, 2018

Dear Reconciler Family,

Pastor, teacher and prolific writer Neil Earle and his wife, Susan, who was my secretary for some time, retired and headed back to Memphis, Tennessee. They both were instrumental in advancing the Ministry of Reconciliation. Susan’s home is Memphis, Tennessee and Neil’s is Newfoundland, Canada. They will be dearly missed! As we parted ways, Neil said, “Curtis, another year without problems such as race relations, police and community, and other issues that people struggle with.” (He was being facetious, of course.)

As we enter the New Year 2018, people throw parties, sing hopeful songs and have a great time eating, drinking and dancing to “bring in the new year on a high note.” And every year they end up with the same old problems, habits, attitudes and feelings about others, wishing they would go away. As I was preparing this letter, I ran across some comments along this line by author Mary Fairchild.

Here are some things she wrote about the New Year: “The start of a new year is an ideal time to reflect on the past, take account of your Christian walk, and consider the direction God may lead you in the coming days. Set aside some time to pause and evaluate your spiritual condition as you seek God’s presence with this prayerful collection of poems (that she wrote) for Christians.”

She went on, “Instead of making a New Year’s Resolution, consider committing to a Biblical solution. Your promises are easily broken. But God’s Word transforms the soul by His Holy Spirit, making you whole. As you spend time alone with Him, He will change you from within.”

I couldn’t resist this quotes by C.S. Lewis: “The more you let God take us over, the more truly ourselves we become—because He made us thus. He invented us. He invented all the different people that you and I were intended to be. It is when I turn to Christ, when I give myself to His personality, that I first begin to have a real personality of my own.”

Indeed, we are told in Scripture to take on Christ’s personality and be like Him:

  • 1 Corinthians 11:1 – “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ.”
  • Ephesians 5:1-2 – “Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children.”
  • Galatians 3:27 – “For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ.”
  • Romans 8:29 – “For those whom He for knew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that He might be the first born of many brothers.”

What an awesome God we serve and what awesome teachings He has laid out for us through His Word, the Holy Bible! It’s the greatest book that we have! What gems of teaches it carries! It is indeed the greatest book ever written!

A wise woman once said, “Until we start to look at each other as human beings with one God and one creator, understanding that we all came from Adam and Eve, we will have no peace.”

May God continue to bless and keep you as you serve Him. Please continue to join me in another year of helping to reconcile with one another!


December 2017 Monthly Letter

December 3rd, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

What’s so great about Christmas? People from around the world observe Christmas. What’s so great about it? What’s the magnet that pulls people to it?

What’s it all about anyway? Isn’t it Just another expensive holiday that forces us to spend money, often on undeserving people who make you feel guilty if you don’t give them an expensive gift? Is there a spiritual component to it? Many consider Christmas a gift giving holiday exclusively.

Whether we deserve it or not, a powerful and awesome thing happened some 2,000 years ago at a time that we call Christmas! In the Book of Luke, Chapter 2, we read about the birth of Jesus (verses 1-7).

“In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to his own town to register.

“So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth from Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went there to register Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child. While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths in a manger, because there was no room in for them in the inn.” Jesus was born miraculously from his mother’s womb without a human father. It was a huge miracle!

Verse 10: An Angel of the lord appeared to the terrified shepherds and told them not to be afraid as the glory of the Lord appeared. “I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; He is Christ the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger. Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, ‘Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests.’”

Verses 16-18: The shepherds hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby who was lying in the manger. When they had seen him, they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child. An all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them.

What’s so great about Christmas? Not much about the merchandised part of it. But a great deal about the story of Jesus our Savior! May we all rejoice in the Jesus and His life and power today in our lives.

Blessing to you all!


November 2017 Monthly Letter

November 2nd, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

My wife, Jannice and I have a flower garden in our back yard and one on the side of our house. They produce beautiful red, pink, yellow and white roses. I love cultivating, watering and watching them grow. This time of the year they are still growing but will soon be dormant and ready to be trimmed and set for winter. We also have a peach tree and a nectarine tree. 

They all are very beautiful, but they have enemies such as birds, worms, weeds and other creatures like crows and buzzards. And unless I set up measures to comeback these “enemies,” they will strip the blossoms and fruit from the trees. So, I try to be a good steward and watch over the crop in order to preserve them. I learned this tactic as a boy in my family home in Greensboro, Alabama.

Recently, I even bought some weed killer to try to take care of my “burden.” But the “opposition” paid it no mind! I thought, this sounds familiar, like the way Satan works on us as children of God. We are warned by the scriptures to be careful and very aware of Satan. He uses many clever tricks in seeking to overthrow us and damage our relationship with God.  

Let’s take a look at some passages in the Bible that warn us to always be on our guard so we will not be misled by the world and Satan. We have all the necessary tools to combat him and anything he throws our way! These passages tell us how to recognize the Spirit of God and Satan’s tactics. 

In the Biblical passage of I John 4:1-3 we read: “Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have come out of the world. This is how you can recognize the Spirit of God: Every spirit that acknowledges that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God, but every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is already in the world.”

Scripture tells us in 1 John 4:4-6: “You dear children, are from God and have overcome them, because the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world. They are from the world and therefore speak from the viewpoint of the world, and the world listens to them. We are from God, and whoever knows God listens to us; whoever is not from God does not listen to us. This is how we recognize the Spirit of truth and the spirit of falsehood.”

Dear friends, isn’t it wonderful to know the real Christ and to realize that He loved us so dearly that He went to the cross for us? And we know he has overcome the power of the Devil and his “spiritual weeds.”

Thank you for your kind support over so many years. As we get closer to the end of the year would you please remember us as we are continually seeking to fulfill our financial obligations?

May God continue to bless and keep us! And may we always bask in His love and shun Satan and his evil tactics. 

Love and peace,


October 2017 Monthly Letter

October 3rd, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

The topic of this letter is: Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?

I have been pondering this question recently after hearing about some of the devastating weather patterns that have wreaked so much havoc. There was the Houston flooding and the Florida flooding by Hurricane Irma in the Mar-A-Lago Resort area. And besides that, there are so many people suffering in Las Vegas, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Puerto Rico!

Many lives have been lost and some feel the count could continue to rise. Men and women from surrounding areas, including the United States, are working feverishly hoping to save lives and property. I find it inspiring to see this kind of love expressed by complete strangers! Indeed, this is a Godly act. Our prayers are with them!

The thought that comes to mine when pondering the question of why God allows bad things to happen to good people is: the secret things belong to the Lord. Indeed, Deuteronomy 29:29 says: “The secret things belong unto the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to us and our sons forever, that we may observe all the words of this law.” Just as God told the ancient Israelites to keep His commandments, He is telling us to follow the teachings of Jesus.

God wants obedience from us, as well as trust and faith, regardless of “what comes our way.” And some of those things that come our way are difficult. Have you noticed? But in the end they are for our good.

Jeremiah 33:3 states “call to me and I will answer you, and I will tell you great and mighty things which you do not know.” God has great and mighty things that He wants to share with us his children!

The thought that comes to mind is the song: Our God is an awesome God, He reigns from heaven above with wisdom power and love! God is love. And he loves us dearly. And He will never stop loving us no matter what comes our way! That Includes Houston, Texas, Florida, Porto Rico, Mexico City and all the other areas that were recently hit by hurricanes and flooding!

God’s secrets belong to Him and not to us his children. And some of those secrets will not be given to us, unless He decides to reveal them. His prophets didn’t understand all the things that God showed them. It gives me great comfort that God will parcel out things that we need to know and withhold things that we don’t need to know. Perhaps they might be “too hot handle” for us.

The moral of the story is that God has secrets about and for us that we don’t know yet. They belong to Him. We will know them in due time when He’s ready to reveal them to us.

Our main duty on this earth during the brief life that we have is to seek His will and follow it. He has secrets for us that we will not see in this life. Scriptures tell us: “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, nor mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him.” 1 Corinthians 2:8-9.

Of course He is not saying that we will know all things instantly. Just imagine the moment that you see Jesus face to face! And then, the Father and Holy Spirit! It reminds me of the song “I Can Only Imagine.”

And then, imagine being on a tour with Jesus, perhaps with some angels, to see some of the awesomeness of heaven, the angels and other creatures in the heavenly places. And then imagine living there forever and ever! And imagine sharing meals with Jesus, the Father and the Holy Spirit! Yes, indeed!!! We can only imagine!

Again, as we ponder the question, “Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?” I guess we’ll have to wait and see. It’s an exciting wait!!! May God bless us all on our waiting journey.


September 2017 Monthly Letter

September 3rd, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

As I picked up my Los Angeles Times newspaper today, the headline screamed out: CHAOS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE!

“Plans for a right-wing rally blow up as white nationalists clashed with anti-racists in Virginia.” It went on to say 3 people were killed and 35 injured on a violence-filled Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalists had gathered for one of their largest rallies in at least a decade, only to see the event end in chaos and national controversy. One woman was killed when a driver plowed a sports car into a crowd of protesters. Two troopers died when a Virginia State Police helicopter crashed near the city after monitoring the chaos. They were Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen, 48, of Midlothian, Virginia, and Berke M.M. Bates. 40, of Quinton, Virginia.

One interesting bit of news was that by the end of the day, top political officials around the nation, both Republicans and Democrats, were unanimous in denouncing racism and the violence that stemmed the rally, which was called off before it could even begin.

This tragedy highlights how fragile the world we live in is! It shows how quickly life can be snuffed away! And it is easy to dwell on it and become fearful at times like this. But knowing our tendencies to be fearful, Jesus said to His disciples, “Fear not, little flock.”

John wrote “perfect love drives out fear,” 1 John 4:18. God does not want His children to live in fear. He is all powerful! And the Holy Spirit lives in us as our teacher. Another passage that I find uplifting is in Psalm 23:4-6: “Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup runs over. Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.” Satan is the author of fear. Jesus is the author of boldness and courage, and He calls upon His followers to be bold and courageous.

Northern Virginia has a warm place in my heart because it’s where our son, Bradley was born. It’s also a very pretty area. My wife Jannice had the privilege of pastoring there in the 1970s.   May its inhabitants find peace and tranquility in the name of Jesus!

Thank you all for your examples of Love, Hope and Peace! Thank you for your many prayers and financial support. Your loyalty and great faithfulness has kept this ministry up and running for 22 years! What a great testimony to you as loyal, faithful sons and daughters of our Lord Jesus Christ. Your rewards in heaven must be great! God never overlooks our good works and our loyalty to the work He is doing. What a wonderful blessing it’s going to be to see those rewards! CHEERS!


August 2017 Monthly Letter

July 31st, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

Recently, while reading my devotional Our Daily Bread, I was struck by the stats on the size of some of heavenly bodies, noted by writer Sheridan Voysey. I immediately began to feel small, yet gratified. I will share some of the Daily Bread stats with you, in hopes that they will be gratifying to you as well.

Sheridan wrote: “The universe is astonishingly grand. The moon is spinning around us at nearly 2,300 miles an hour. Our earth is spinning around the sun at 66,000 miles an hour. Our sun is one of 200 billion other stars and trillions more planets in our galaxy, and that galaxy is just one of 100 billion others hurtling through space.” Astonishing!

In comparison to this vast cosmos, our little Earth is no bigger that a pebble, and our individual lives no greater than a grain of sand. Yet, according to scripture, the God of the galaxies attends to each microscopic one of us with intimate detail. He saw us before we existed (Ps. 139:13-16); He watches over us as we go about our days, and listens for every thought (verses 1-6).

Sometimes, this can be hard to believe. This tiny “pebble” has big problems like war and famine, and we can question God’s care in times of personal suffering. But when David wrote Psalm 139, he was in the midst of a personal crisis. And when Jesus said God counts each hair on our heads (Matt. 10:30), He was living in an age of crucifixion. Biblical talk of God’s caring attention isn’t a naïve wish. It is real-world truth. The One who keeps the galaxies spinning knows us intimately. That can help us get through the worst of times.

I find these stats to be deeply humbling, awe inspiring, and highly humiliating as a broken human being! I’m reminded of the song “How Great Thou Art,” among many others!! Praise God!!

I enjoy peering into the night sky with the naked eye, using my telescope to look as far as I can see. And it’s a great thrill for me when I see a “falling star.” Some nights yield more than others. And when I see a streak across the sky it’s like watching a movie! It’s quite a joy!

One thing (among many) that I’m looking forward to when I get to heaven will be taking a tour of the universe and seeing things I will never see on this earth!! This reminds me of the passage: “But it is written eye has not seen nor ear heard, nor the heart of man imagined what God has prepared for those who love Him” (1 Corinthians 2:9).

Wow! What a future we have through Christ who made it all possible by His great sacrifice! And he still blesses us during our journey in this life.

What a wonderful opportunity we have as Reconcilers in Jesus. Thank you all for your loyal support of the Ministry of Reconciliation in a world that desperately needs it!

In Him,


July 2017 Monthly Letter

July 5th, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

As I think about the life of Jesus, one thing that comes to mind is that He was no respecter of persons. He was willing to break through barriers that a lot of people of his ethnic group were not willing to do, reaching out to people of all ethnic groups, including mine and yours.

He spent time with Mary and her sister, Martha, and was called an adulterer. He spent time with a rich tax
collector named Zacchaeus. Zacchaeus was so anxious to see Jesus that he ran ahead of the crowd that was
following Jesus and sat in a sycamore tree to see Jesus, because he was too short to see over the crowd. “I must stay in your house,” he told Jesus. He received Jesus in his own home, to the chagrin of the Pharisees and tax collectors. Jesus and Zacchaeus shared a meal, an event that the Pharisees hated and considered wrong.

As a group of people who considered themselves God’s chosen people and his fellow spiritual leaders, the
Pharisees missed the whole point of what Jesus was trying to get across to them. The point was: LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.

Jesus was a true socialite who loved everybody, socialized with everyone who was willing, and even gave his life for every man, woman and child who is willing to accept it.

Another great example of the love and sociability of Jesus was the way he treated the woman at the well. We find this account in John, chapter 4. Jesus was willing to talk with her and even asked her for a drink of water. This was significant because the Pharisees acted just the opposite. They shunned everyone who was not like them. They felt more righteous that anybody else on the planet. Jesus was willing to socialize with any human being on earth who wanted to socialize
with Him.

This woman at the well was an outcast. She was a Samaritan, a woman from a different ethnic group from the Jews. Jews considered persons of racially mixed backgrounds unworthy to socialize with. Furthermore, she was considered “unworthy” as a human being; she and her people were the brunt of dirty name-calling.

In this letter I would like to ask us all including myself: is there anyone of any ethnic group that you have a hard time loving, socializing with, and unwilling to spend time with if you had the opportunity? If the answer is yes, don’t be surprised. Our society has socialized us to do so. And I include myself.

Thank God that we have Jesus who has lead the way for us all by setting the example; He loves everybody and has proven it by dying for every MAN, WOMAN and CHILD who has ever lived. In John13:34 Jesus said, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you so you must love one another.”

I love you guys and ladies and I hope I’m increasing that love. And I want to thank you for showing your love to God and His people by sharing in His Ministry of Reconciliation! You are reaching others with your love!


June 2017 Monthly Letter

June 1st, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

Every once in a while I run across an article or a statement that pricks my interest so strongly that I want to share it with others.

I was given such an article by a good mentor and friend of mine. The article was written by well-known pastor and author Rick Warren. It’s about the value of quiet time and what it looks like.

Here’s what Rick wrote: “Having a quiet time is like many other activities you might do in life—in at least one respect. To be successful, it helps to have a plan.” The Bible says, “The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty” (Proverb 21:5 ESV).

If you have never had a quiet time before, you may not have a good, simple plan for creating one. Simplicity is
important with any plan you develop. If you make it complicated, you’re more likely to get off track. All you really need for an effective quiet time is a Bible, notebook, and some quiet music or a hymnal or songbook. So what does a daily quiet time look like?

First, be quiet before the Lord. The Bible calls it waiting on God. You start by simply sitting down and shutting up.

Second, pray briefly. Start off with a short opening prayer. Ask God to open your mind and guide you. Ask him to cleanse your mind.

Read a portion of scripture slowly. This is where your conversation with God begins. He starts speaking to you through his Word, and then you speak back to him through prayer. Read the Bible slowly. Don’t try to read too quickly or too much. The more slowly you read scripture, the more you’re forced to think about what you’re reading.

Meditate on the Word. Spend some time chewing on what God is saying. Chew on the word like cows chew on cud. Ponder and wrestle with it in your mind. There are lots of great methods of meditating on the Word. You can find specific ideas on how to meditate on God’s Word. You can find specific ideas on how to mediate on the Bible in the book “Rick Warren’s Bible Study Methods.”

Write down what you discover. When God speaks to you in his Word, care enough about what he is saying to write it down. Writing enables us to remember what God has said and record our discoveries.

Pray again, be quiet. Ask God to show you his Word. Talk to God about what he has said to you.

Please receive Rick’s article as a tool that he uses. I realize that you may have your own effective way of praying and you might be satisfied with it, knowing that prayer is communication with God. That’s the key! Blessings and peace as you pray for us at ORM and others. Thank you for your every prayer.

My prayer for you is asking God to bless and always keep you in His loving care.


May Monthly Letter

May 1st, 2017

Dear Reconciler Family,

Jesus-and-childrenWe all have heard the saying “prayer changes things.” I totally agree with it. The concept hit me even more deeply as I recently celebrated Easter and what Jesus did for us.

While pondering the thought that prayer really does change things, I asked my 7-year-old granddaughter what she thought. She said she agrees. Then I asked her what she would like to see changed in the world. She said spontaneously, “That people would stop fighting and get along with each other.” She surprised me! I thought her response would be more simple or “childlike.”

In the Bible, Jesus used the example of little children to teach adults about His messages of humility and how to worship Him. Matthew 21:12 states: “Jesus entered the temple area and drove out all who were buying and selling there. He overturned the tables of the moneychangers and the benches of those selling doves. It is written he said to them, ‘My house will be called a house of prayer; but you have made it a den of robbers.’“

Matthew 21:16: “Do you not hear what these children are saying? He asked them. Have you not read; out of the mouth of babes and sucklings you have ordained praise?” Bible commentaries say that it was a common thing among the Jews for their children to be employed in public acclamations; therefore, they were accustomed to hearing their celebrated rabbis. It was no strange thing for them.

When we review the history of the world, major warfare between nations and regional conflicts have occurred throughout the years. But the good news is Our Heavenly Father has many children who love peace and love to sing his praises! A comprehensive demographic study states that there are 2.1 billion Christians on earth. However, the numbers do fluctuate because the Christian population is fluid. Thank God that He has many “children” praying and living lives of love, peace and hope!

And the good news that I shared with my granddaughter is that God has a plan for mankind and He loves every human being on earth because we are all his children. And He wants us to live with him forever! We can look forward to that! We will celebrate Him and each other. We will have the opportunity to eat wonderful food, enjoy banquets, and have fun forever and ever!

We will never die! We will have many friends! We will be happy! We will get along with each other. We will love everybody and they will all love us. We will be able to fly without falling out of the sky.

Notice what God has in store for us when we get to heaven with Him: “Eye has not seen nor ear heard of the great things God has in store for us His children.” (1 Corinthians 2:9). The Bible describes the wedding between Jesus and God’s holy people in Revelation 19:5-9: Then a voice came from the throne, saying: “Praise our God, all you his servants, you who fear him, both great and small!” Then I heard what sounded like a great multitude, like the roar of rushing waters and like loud peals of thunder, shouting “Hallelujah! For our Lord God Almighty reigns. Let us rejoice and be glad and give him glory! For the wedding of the Lamb has come, and his bride has made herself ready. Fine linen, bright and clean, was given her to wear.” (Fine linen stands for the righteous acts of God’s holy people.) Then the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those
who are invited to the wedding supper of the Lamb!” And he added, “These are the true words of God.”

Thank you,

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