My online presence and announcement of our African Legacy by Divine Intervention (Acts 8:26-39, AD 33-34) by Pastor:Elder Wilfred A. Wilson

My online presence and announcement of African Legacy by Divine Intervention (Acts 8:26-39, AD 33-34) by Pastor:Wilfred A. Wilson

My online presence and announcement of African our Legacy by Divine Intervention (AD 33-34) is due to the fact that African descendants, 178 years after our ancestors, were fully emancipated on August 1, 1838, we, are still enslaved mentally and spiritually. Besides, I have an inspired Word and message to deliver to my people, as well as, to the world in a season where souls are ready to be harvested upon hearing the true Gospel of Jesus Christ preached unto them.

Are you ready! Now, set your house in order and stand with me upon the Word of God, [1 Peter 1:17-19] in our Spiritual Campaign for the Emancipation of African Descendants, and all who believe, from mental and spiritual enslavement. Come under the Blood of Christ, and get ready to rambooo….!!! Let us take back our birthright to the kingdom of God and of Christ His Son, for we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. [Ephesians 5: 4] Come join in the fun. The devil got to run when we speak the Word, viz., Jesus. Say the Word again, Jesus, and say it again, Jesus. May God Almighty richly bless you. The Spirit of God gave me a Word which will set free whosoever believes from their Mental Enslavement and Sins Syndrome. (MESS) The inspired New Testament Word is:

“…Pass the time of your sojourning here in fear: for as much as you know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold, from your vain conversation received by tradition from your fathers: But with the precious Blood of Christ, as of a lamb without spot.” [1 Peter 1:17-19]

Know that Mental Enslavement and Sins Syndrome (MESS), is in two parts (1) the former a legacy of slavery, and (2) the latter a legacy of Adam’s transgression. Mental enslavement is the root cause of the current divisions among us, African descendants. Therefore as a people, due to years of conditioning, we have become strangers one to the other, or at least some act as though we are because of their mind set. But that entire attitude could be changed by the power in the blood of Christ. How? You have to let go (MESS), and allow God to have His way in you.

My presence on line is not to point out the negatives, and this I will do at times if necessary, but to tell you as well as the world, that Jesus Christ saves: that we are not a hopeless people, for there is hope, hope in the very Christ, whose precious Blood washes away our sins the moment we repent and believe the Word of God from the heart. It is the very Word you are reading in this post or is being read to you today. Know that it is the Word that will turn your life around so that you do not have to continue being a slave to sin, and to the devil. [Romans 6:7-23]  If you have doubts about Christ, put your right hand on the region of your heart and say, Father in heaven, help my unbelief. Amen. I guarantee that God the Father will hear your prayer. Amen.

My presence on line is because Yahweh wants me to be here at this point in time, because He has entrusted me with His Word for us and for all nations worldwide. Bless Yahweh, for according to African descendants’ Biblical History and culture, (How many of you know this? Read your Bible for yourselves.) He met with our brother, the Ethiopian black Jew at a place in Gaza “which is desert” in A.D. 33-34, and through His servant Philip the Evangelist, preach unto Him JESUS. And our Jewish black brother never looked back after that, but kept on believing in Jesus, was baptized and went home rejoicing. [Acts 8:40]

Philip in the awesome presence of the Most High God and under His Sovereignty did not sprinkle water on him, he did not pour water on his head, he did not duck him in the water three times, he did not baptize him in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, but rather, Philip baptized our Ethiopian brother in the name of the Lord Jesus, just as He was guided by the Holy Spirit to do at Samaria. It is written, “…they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.” [Acts 8:16,] And for those who may have a problem with the parenthesis in this verse of scripture: Acts 2: 38, says, “Then Peter said to them, Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.” Proof: Thus at the mouth of two genuine witnesses (the scriptures) baptism in the name of the Lord Jesus is established. Let us give Yahweh praise.

My presence on line is to tell us and the world that African Descendants have a divine Heritage handed down to us from God Almighty, and that we must receive this valued Heritage with thanksgiving and praises to Him.

Finally, again, our divine heritage is found in Acts Chapter 8:26-39. It is an important New Testament Model and Culture we the Inward Jew Nation in Christ (Guyana) have in our possession. This New Testament Kingdom and practice under Christ, who is “High Priest by a greater and more perfect tabernacle” in heaven, came into effect in the time of Reformation AD 33-34. [Hebrews 9: 10-14] And you know what? I love our cultural Heritage with continuity, in Christ Jesus. It is second to none, and will ever be relevant until Christ returns. Know that when we adhere to our Biblical Tradition in Christ today [Acts 8:26-39], according to the Word, it links us with the past as well as with the future. The past refers to Yahweh’s visitation with our African brother (1) and when He miraculously changed His mind set, and moved Him away from those aspects of our Fathers’ tradition which were in sync with neither Yahweh’s will nor His Word.

Make it a habit to trace our Biblical History and Tradition in Christ, which dates back to roughly two thousand years, in the Book of Acts 8:26-39. Believe the Word and teach your children all of the Word [Deuteronomy 6:4-9] because it builds up our confidence, gives us a sense of belonging, a high self worth, and a strong feeling that we are guided by it (the Word), in our journey along a path in Christ— that has continuity.  O let us give God Praise. Amen.