Penalties for Jealousy & Envy
Rev. Martin Edior is a native of Trinidad, West Indies. He is the eldest of eight children. He first received his anointing of the Holy Spirit under a large tent in his village during a revival service at the age of eleven. As he grew into man-hood, he would pray and would lay his hands on the sick and the afflicted and by the power of the Holy Spirit the people would be healed. Rev. Martin Edior loves to pray and lay his hands on anyone who needs healing. Soon he was encouraged by a Pastor and a very good friend to join his affiliation known as the Church of God in Christ. So he joined, then another good friend and Pastor licensed Him to preached the word. After those anointed men of God encouraged and licensed him, he was then ordained by one of the greatest Bishop in the jurisdiction Soon the Holy Spirit began to visit Rev. Martin Edior and encouraged him to begin writing inspirational issues. Kindly choose one for yourself and be blessed with the Holy Spirit.
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