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Our Mission:
To provide the knowledge that will train sisters and brothers in Christ to spread GOD’s Love and create disciples.

Our Vision:
To share all resources that will aid in the knowledge necessary for the building of GOD’s kingdom.
The adversary does not know what to do with those who possess integrity.
We are not human beings on a spiritual journey, on the contrary, we Are Spiritual Beings on a human Journey.

With that being said, we will open this Holy Bible Study Session up with prayer, so please join in....


Our Scripture Of The Week Is:

1 Samuel 1:14 KJVS
And Eli said unto her, How long wilt thou be drunken? put away thy wine from thee.
Eli is the high priest of Israel.

He has observed a woman, Hannah, praying intensely at the temple at Shiloh (1 Samuel 1:9–12).
But he does not realize she is praying. He sees her lips moving and hears no sound, and he assumes she is drunk.

As high priest, Eli is responsible, at least in part, for making sure that conduct in this sacred place before the Lord is appropriate and respectful. Eli confronts Hannah, asking her how long she will keep being drunk.

He doesn't tell her to leave the temple, but he does tell her to put her wine away from her. In other words, he says it's time for her to quit drinking and sober up.



Our Mission: To provide the knowledge that will train sisters and brothers in Christ to spread GOD’s Love and create disciples. Our Vision: To share all resources that will aid in the knowledge necessary for the building of GOD’s kingdom. The adversary does not know what to do with those who possess integrity. We are not human beings on a spiritual journey, on the contrary, we Are Spiritual Beings on a human Journey. With that being said, we will open this Holy Bible Study Session up with prayer, so please join in.... Our Scripture Of The Week Is: 1 Samuel 1:14 KJVS And Eli said unto her, How long wilt thou be drunken? put away thy wine from thee. Eli is the high priest of Israel. He has observed a woman, Hannah, praying intensely at the temple at Shiloh (1 Samuel 1:9–12). But he does not realize she is praying. He sees her lips moving and hears no sound, and he assumes she is drunk. As high priest, Eli is responsible, at least in part, for making sure that conduct in this sacred place before the Lord is appropriate and respectful. Eli confronts Hannah, asking her how long she will keep being drunk. He doesn't tell her to leave the temple, but he does tell her to put her wine away from her. In other words, he says it's time for her to quit drinking and sober up. read more read less

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