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And I remember when dad used to make seventy-five cents a day, he'd come in home... Now, my daddy did that which was wrong. He drank. And he'd go pay off his bills, and what he had left, he--he'd drink it. And I hate to say that, and it's... But it's truth. If I have to tell anything, I--I must tell the truth. No matter if it's black against me, why, it--it's black. That's all. See? If it's something scary to me, well, I might as well tell it here, because it's going to be on the canvases of the skies someday for everybody to look at. Not only had--would I confess it, but I'd been lying. So I'd just rather go right along and just tell the truth about it, and let it be just the way it is.
Daddy drank. Not only drink, but he made the--the whiskey. And when he would come in at home and--and drink right after he'd get his groceries all paid, so forth, he would--he would drink up what he had left. But I don't care what he ever done; I love him today in his grave. That's right. He was my daddy.

And look, young children, young folks, I don't care what it is; you always have a respect to your father and mother. I think one of the awfullest things that I can hear little children say, or young folks, "the old man" and "old woman." Listen. That's not the "old man" and "old woman"; that's your daddy and mother. And someday, when you see them going out of the room head first, and the wheels beneath the casket, squeaking, you'll know it isn't the "old man" or "old woman" then. That's right. You hear the preacher say, "Ashes to ashes, and dust to dust," you realize the best friend you ever had on earth is going down. The trouble of it is, you learn too late. Don't weep, and cry then, and send lots of flowers, give them to them now. Be a good boy or good girl.

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Our desire is to only be a blessing to the body of Christ. We have NO LAW but LOVE, no creed but Christ and no book but THE BIBLE, no membership;just fellowship through the blood of Jesus Christ that cleanses us from all unbelief. Everyone is welcome to fellowship with us around the WORD. We worship God according to the dictates of our conscience and believe the full gospel, every bit of it. We would love to hear from you.

the end time message ministry

Brother William Marrion BranhamWilliam Marrion Branham was one of the most influential Bible ministers of our time. He was considered by many to be the initiator of the healing and charismatic revival that began in 1947, and from his ministry there sprang a myriad of other ministers who became internationally known. One Historian of that movement stated that William Branham was "a prophet to our generation"

Using Man as an instrument has always been God's favourite way to close the chasm between Him and fallen man.

Brother William Marrion BranhamYet people have always refused to heed God's provided Way. In Exodus 20 God comes down to commune face to face with the children of Israel at Mount Sinai. Yet when the God of Heaven descends upon the mountain in the power of His glory, the mountain shakes. His booming Voice sounds like thunder in the ears of the people and the people tremble. No one has the courage to face such a "frightening" God. And these are the words which the people spoke to Moses in verse 19; "

" Speak thou with us, and we will hear; but let not God speak with us, lest we die. "

That a man should speak on behalf of God on earth is the provided way for us. God honoured that realization by children of Israel that the Almighty speaks to man through the instrumentality of a prophet.

the end time message ministry

Eastlea Tabernacle has grown under the leadership of Pastor Hama Blessing Chesa. He is a humble servant of God who is steadfast on the Word. The Pastor's burden in his God-ordained ministry is the continuation of the Book of Acts as instructed by the Lord Jesus Christ in Mark 16.

Brother and Sister Chesa He desires to see the Body of Christ in its original stature of faith and manifestations thereof and holiness as in the apostolic days. He is at pains to reach out to every one in the remote parts of the country. To date he has missionaries preaching in more than 50 different places in Zimbabwe.