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God, Now more than Ever.

 Encountering a Miracle. Embracing the small Miracles of LIFE. A Special visitation, in T&T.

There is a lot of talk. There is a lot to say. After all, hundreds and thousands of people have died due to this strange virus (Coronavirus) — that’s displaced, separated people from their loved ones and uprooted a way of life that normally consists of the gathering of families, quality time spent among neighbors and friends, and an intimacy that comes with building community. But no matter “what dem say” .

— when you live and move by the Spirit then you learn to trust God in all things and expect to see that the Righteous are never forsaken.

(KJV, Psalm 13:5) “But I have trusted in thy mercy; my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation. This is the way, the mantra if you will by which Chrisitian’s are when it comes to making the impossible possible.

On Sunday, September 12, 2021 a Pastors Mwale and Chantel Henry welcomed the congregation of KODI in their new sanctuary— a Miracle Space. Their new Miracle home, renovated building, stage and transformed location after a long sabbatical from in-person service. What a Blessing. The Heavens were open just as the doors were that day! Coming all of the way from Washington D.C. by way of New York to Port of Spain, I had the privilege of being there as part of this milestone. I thought to myself… could only be GOD and the world needs God now more than ever.

K.O.D.I. stands in the gap for the lost, wounded, afraid and hopeless, evidence of things not seen, is now making up for a lost time, uncertainty, economic decline, isolation and shame of this Global famine. It’s amazing.

The Joy of the Lord and the presence of God was felt all over the place — from the warm smile and brightness in Pastors Chantel’s eyes as she greeted newcomers and returning members. Stating the the K.O.D.I. mission — “Maximizing success and unlocking your God-given potential.” we all felt the GlORY of the Lord resting upon our shoulders. For the Lord had done a GOOD Thing. A New Thing. The season of new beginnings! Halleluijah!!!!

The Pastoral Family and Children
The Pastoral Family

It was heard as Pastor Mwale’s melodious singing filled the room — worshiping in the Spirit and Truth. Leading the way for God’s People to Love more. Praise and Pray. Keep it simple, Walk in Wisdom, Give it Time, Trust in the Lord. GO Forth Victorious.

I was taken by the Free Kale that handed out at the door grown from Hydraponic Garden, an advance system that trickles the water vertically in levels. A Kind and Beautiful Gesture that reminded us all to take care of their bodies, celebrating the green and freshness from the Earth! God’s Creation — our Foundation.

I wish them Richness in the Spirit as well as their inheritance upon the Earth.

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The Miracle Space, Socially Distant
Tringlobe Media setting up for Service


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