The Importance of Clarity for Closure

James Rozak

Creator of Morning Mercy & Former Message Associate Pastor.

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2 Responses

  1. rocco b rubino says:

    i totally agree that closure is possible. i would put forth that it is necessary for healing and moving on to love Jesus Christ without reservation. His perfect love casts out all fear. i think there is much to be said about clearing the debris from one’s message past. thank you for your insightful article.

  2. Scott Willis says:

    I’ve been away from the message church since 2005 and still sometimes the “quotes and lyrics of songs we sang” pop in and out like an acorn that falls from a tree and hit you — out of the wild blue so to speak – I try to focus on the fact that I have been blessed to know that Jesus Christ is the same and he did perform untold miracles in my day just like did 2000 years ago. Brother Branham’s healing services were the real thing. I still respect him through all the discrepancies that have been found.

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