God Loves Us All, But He Doesn’t Love Sin

Welcome, everyone, to Pocket of Teach & Preach! 😀

This week we have a vintage message for you which also contains a powerful portion of testimony you don’t want to miss.

It’s necessary for the children of God to be forthright and courageous when it comes to calling unrighteousness by its true name: Sin.

Please open your bibles to the Book of Revelation, chapter 21, and prepare your hearts to hear from the Lord. Amen.

Listen to Vintage Message “023 – God Loves Us All, But He Doesn’t Love Sin”

What Field are YOU In?

GOOD SUNDAY to all, and welcome to another Classic Message from Pocket of Teach & Preach! 😀

We must realize and be encouraged by the truth that the “field” we work in holds mighty purpose from the Lord; scripture supports this.

Child of God, wherever you are and whatever you love to do, God has had His hand in it and on it and is trying to teach you something priceless through it. So be encouraged!

Listen to Classic Message “027 – What Field are YOU In?”


Good Yom Rishon (Day 1), dear listeners!

I once had the words of the all-time, most recognized hymn “Amazing Grace”* prophesied over me:

His Grace has brought me safe thus far, and grace will lead me home.

Those were the exact words Holy Spirit spoke through a prophet speaking into my life and, oh! how TRUE they are!

How about you? Are you living and traveling on your journey in Christ Jesus, all by His amazing and merciful grace? It is a life-changing, all-encompassing odyssey of God’s Supreme and abiding Love.

Enjoy today’s ENCORE presentation of Pocket of Teach and Preach. 😀

Listen to Classic Message “030 – Grace”

*“Amazing Grace” is a Christian hymn published in 1779, with words written in 1772 by the English poet and Anglican clergyman John Newton (1725–1807).