The letters keep rolling in…
Mo’Kelly wants to stress that these are letters from readers, not necessarily intended to be considered fact. You are free to come to your own conclusions as to their validity. What is most clear is that people are still very, very concerned about what has transpired at New Birth over the past 10 months, relative to the rumors which existed long before any lawsuits appeared.
Thank you so much on your updates. I am a former member of New Birth and from time to time I wonder what the church is like since I have not been back after Bishop Long’s first address of the lawsuit.
It may be hard to understand but in actuallity Bishop Jakes’ statement says a lot to the New Birth Congregation. I guess you had to be there for the amount of years (12 to be exact) that I was there. You see, a lot of New Birth members have this idea that New Birth is under Bishop Jakes. They do not realize that New Birth removed itself from under the Full Gospel (Bishop Morton) years ago. So in a way, he is trying to make the congregation see that the reason Bishop Long is still in pulpit is not because we don’t think he should be sat down, but because there is noone to sit him down.
Bishop Long use to preach that you have to submit yourself to authority and he would make reference that our church was under Bishop Jakes. Here Bishop Jakes is telling us this is not true. I know it may sound strange but his message speaks volumes in a subliminal way.
Thanks again for the update
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