If there’s no grace, it’s not God.  The Gospel news is that no matter what is going on, there is always more God power than there is problem.  Our job is to see it, believe it, and act from that place.  Yes, it takes effort and it takes courage.  But what else have you got on your calendar for today?  In 1952 a young woman named Johnnie Coleman got a phone call informing her that she had a terminal illness and only six months left to live.  Staggering in grief toward her bedroom Johnnie Coleman bumped into the coffee table knocking a magazine to the floor.  As she bent to pick it up, this sentence jumped out at her, “God is my health, I can’t be sick.”  She would have none of it and stood there arguing with that magazine until her mother walked into the living room.   She challenged Johnnie to stop debating and start believing.   Rev. Dr. Johnnie Coleman went on to become an ordained Unity minister, found Christ Universal Temple in Chicago and the worldwide Universal Foundation for Better Living.  Through teaching the Truth principles of Jesus Christ Rev. Dr. Coleman catalyzed the transformation and empowerment of thousands.   She made her transition in 2014 at the age of 94.  What else do you need to know?

In the Love and Light of the Christ,

Rev. Anna


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