Sad to say, I wasn’t able to come close to seeing all of T. Dexter’s sermon. I heard the beginning and some of the middle, the early middle. And from what I could hear, he didn’t exactly disappoint.
T. Dexter spoke from Mark 8:22-26, the episode that involved the blind guy Jesus healed by spitting in his eyes. Jesus then questioned him about what he saw. Of course the man’s vision was completely restored.
The last thing I heard him talking about before the stream’s delay became intolerable, was the need for a CEO to have vision. And he mentioned that without vision in an organization you can end up with division. Did he chase that down further during the rest of his speech? I don’t know. One of you who may have heard it might want to let me know. It may be available on DVD or CD but I’ll get hit in the head before I pay some money for a recording of the goings on.
As a side note, you should be aware of the fact that your boys Owen and Jenkins are welcoming and even honoring some rather questionable characters.
I assume you did see Bishop Grainger Browing from Ebenezer AME in Southern PG County. You remember Grainger, right? He’s the one who invited Calypso Louie Farrakhan to speak to his congregation and to pump up support for the Million Man March years ago. He even let the Nation of Islam sell materials in the lobby. This is the guy who sat there and said nothing as Calypso Louie, from the pulpit, denied the deity of Jesus Christ, reducing Him to nothing more than a prophet, and not even the main prophet at that.
Millicent Hunter, a pastor and, I believe, a bishop, was there too. She was one of the last preachers I listened to before I left First Baptist Church of Glenarden on the Kettering. She’s a full up Word of Faith sweetie. When she was speaking to us she quoted Hebrews 11 where it says:
“By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible”
She informed us that God created the universe by faith. And of course she went on to state that we have to have that God kind of faith.
And of course, they had the flag wavers and dancers.
I’m not sure what was going on exactly, but one woman was singing while she was laying on the floor. The guy next to her seems to be unconscious.
I didn’t get to hear much of the sermon and I didn’t get to hear most of what was going on, but just the stuff I could glean from what I could see and hear lets me know people should stay as far away from FBCGotK as possible. And it lets me know that the leopard John Jenkins hasn’t changed his spots at all.