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Reader good Wednesday morning to you all, I'm praying everyone that is reading this has a marvelous and wonderful day on today, let's make it great in Jesus precious name.
Well known singer and pastor Marvin Sapp apparently has an online stalker.
What makes this woman unusual is the fact that she claims to be his new wife.
I've heard about the many that pretend to be able to communicate with the dead.
They hold séances and try to get in touch with the deceased in order to have their family or friends communicate with them.
He let Twitter followers know about his plans on New Year's Day: "Big Announcement Lighthouse FLC is come to Muskegon MI at 3pm in 2017. According to spokesperson for the Diocese of Grand Rapids Annalise Laumeyer, St. Plans for that building, however, have not yet been disclosed. The artist, who has produced 10 albums to date, and has been nominated for 10 Grammy awards, has written six inspirational books.
If you would like to book Bishop Sapp for preaching/singing at your church click the link."In 2014, Sapp was forced to take out a restraining order against another woman who claimed to be his wife.
He initially had planned to hold the service in Texas but teamed with a group of Mulberry residents who had organized an anti-Jones Facebook page.'Everyone has a right to believe what they believe,' said Ghouse, adding that it was Jones' right as an American to express himself.
Others said that while Jones was free to say or do whatever he wanted, the people of Mulberry didn't want the world to think that the residents condone or agree with Jones' views.
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Pastor Terry Jones was arrested on Wednesday as he drove a pickup truck towing a large barbecue-style grill filled with kerosene-soaked Korans to a park, where the pastor had said he was planning to burn 2,998 of the Muslim holy books - one for every victim of the September 11 terrorist attacks.