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📚 Introducing "Who is God": A Journey of Eight Years

After an incredible eight-year journey filled with dedication and over two thousand hours of heartfelt labor, I'm delighted to announce the imminent release of my book, "Who is God." This endeavor has been a profound exploration into the depths of spirituality, and I am thrilled to share it with you finally.

"Who is God" is not just a book; it's a yearly devotional crafted to guide you on a transformative journey of understanding God and His myriad names. Within its pages, you'll discover insights, reflections, and wisdom that nourish your soul and deepen your connection with the divine.

Through daily bible scripture and reflections, "Who is God" invites you to embark on a personal and sacred voyage of self-discovery and spiritual growth. Each page is a testament to the Hebrew Names of God, revealing His identity and who He is in every season of life. The Hebrew names of God will help you to generate your understanding of a benevolent Father and increase your faith in the power of God, drawing from my own eight-year journey of exploration and learning.

I'm excited about when "Who is God" will be in your hands. Mark your calendars, for the publication date, is swiftly approaching—the estimated release date is June 4th.

Pre-orders are available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Walmart. Please be sure and ask at your local Christian bookstores.

ISBN-13:9798890418913

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Thank you,

Chaplain Coy

You’re the Love Letter

From: Jude, a servant of Jesus Christ, and a brother of James. To: Christians everywhere---beloved of God and chosen by Him. May you be given more and more of God’s kindness, peace, and love. (Jude 1:1-2 TLB).

Written through the love of a humble servant of Jesus Christ. Jude was Jesus’s and James's half-brother, but he did not place himself at the same level as Jesus by identifying his earthly relationship with Christ; yet he chose to identify as a servant and the brother of a servant. 

In our day and age, the true meaning of servant can easily slip past us. The Greek word servant means ‘slave’, voluntary or involuntary. Some enslaved people were indentured by choice, others were taken by force, and yet others were born into slavery. Jude appears to have become a ‘slave to Christ.’ Like Jude, you and I qualify for all three categories of slavery: first, we are taken by force from the kingdom of hell; second, we voluntarily accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior. Third, we are born into captivity by ‘Being born-again.’

Like Jude, we had to believe that Jesus was the Christ and accept Him as Lord and Savior. But Jude took it to the highest level, the level of being the least, a servant for others in Christ. Beloved of God and chosen by Him. ‘Beloved’ means sanctified by God and made Holy, and once you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior, you're chosen by God.

And here is a very special prayer that Jude prayed just for you and all the Saints of eternity. The prayer does not yield to time; it is perpetual for posterity: “May you be given more and more of God’s kindness, peace, and love.”

More and more, God wants to keep pouring out His Love and Kindness and give you peace more than you can imagine. Please take a moment to ask Jesus, ‘Lord, will you please bless me today?’ His answer is always “yes.” He wants to bless you more and more; be willing to receive. Look for the blessing and be thankful. On occasions, the blessings may not look like a blessing at that exact moment, but if you look deep enough and are patient enough, you will find where God may have used a flat tire to bless someone who stopped to help you. You may speak a kind word that helps someone get through their day or offer a lifesaving prayer.

Eventually, you will be the reflection of God’s kindness, peace, and love more and more.

He is: Adonai

            Lord, Master, Owner

Blessings

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“Jesus left that place and went to the vicinity of Tyre. He entered a house and did not want anyone to know it, yet he could not keep his presence secret. When she heard about him, a woman whose little daughter was possessed by an impure spirit came and fell at his feet. The woman was a Greek, born in Syrian Phoenicia. She begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter.

“First let the children eat all they want,” he told her, “for it is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”

“Lord,” she replied, “even the dogs under the table eat the children’s crumbs.”

Then he told her, “For such a reply, you may go; the demon has left your daughter.”

She went home and found her child lying on the bed, and the demon gone” (“Bible Gateway Passage: Mark 7:24-30 - New International Version”).

I thought it necessary to show the location of Jesus’s journey. He is approximately 100 miles in a straight route from Jerusalem to Tyre. Phoenicia was formally before the Maccabean Revolt in 164 BC, a Greek/Hellenistic province (Bartholomew and Goheen). Mapping the extent of Jesus’s travels and the magnitude of His fame throughout the regions and explaining the Greek heritage of the Syrian Phoenician mother, who dropped everything and hastily visited Jesus and petitioned Him for her daughter’s miracle.

However, when she arrived at the table of Jesus, she was met with silence, which she countered with persistence; like the widow and the judge, she did not quit; Jesus is the judge, and she is the widow. Like the judges annoyed neighbors in the middle of the night, the disciples asked Jesus to make her leave. Yet, He remained silent, knowing that the silence would increase her determination and the disciples' anger. In their minds, ‘how could Jesus tolerate a Greek woman?’ When Jesus broke the quiet, it was not what everyone had expected to hear. I imagine it was a moment of silence. Jesus replied, “First let the children eat all they want,” he told her, “for it is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs” (“Bible Gateway Passage: Mark 7:24-30 - New International Version”).

What was Jesus saying? “The exact word Jesus used here, in Greek, was kunarion, meaning “small dog” or “pet dog” (“Why Did Jesus Call the Canaanite Woman a Dog?”). Jesus said, ‘Let the spiritual leaders eat first (the big dogs), and then we can feed the puppies.’ How would she reply? She has listened to the insults of the disciples, and yet no one has carried her away at this point or forced her to leave, I notice that none of the disciples had the title ‘usher’ attached to their names. To her, this was but one more hurdle to leap; she was lacking humility; she presumptuously entered in knowing that according to Hebrew custom, she could defile all, for after all, she was a Greek. Instead of jumping the hurdle, she climbed under it and asked for the crumbs.

“Lord,” she replied, “even the dogs under the table eat the children’s crumbs.” Then He told her, “For such a reply, you may go; the demon has left your daughter.” (“Bible Gateway Passage: Mark 7:29-30 - New International Version”). The central theme is that grace is available to all if we ask for it in humility and thankfulness. Jesus Christ’s authority is proven Sovern and Autonomous in that His authority covers all regions, and His faith cast out a demon without even saying a word, nor did Jesus have to go and visit the child and lay hands on her; the demon left, vacated without hesitation, it probably left in fear, a thing which it has sown in humanity for centuries.

The major players are mostly not mentioned by name, but by title, and only one minor character was mentioned by title; it was not the dog; it's lower; it was the demon. How could this event have changed history? How did it propel The Drama of Scripture? After the King has risen, we find cohesion of grace again challenged in the scriptures.

“Now in these days when the disciples were increasing in number, a complaint by the Hellenists [a] arose against the Hebrews because their widows were being neglected in the daily distribution. 2 And the twelve summoned the full number of the disciples and said, “It is not right that we should give up preaching the word of God to serve tables. 3 Therefore, brothers, [b] pick out from among you seven men of good repute, full of the Spirit and wisdom, whom we will appoint to this duty. 4 But we will devote ourselves to prayer and the ministry of the word.” 5 And what they said pleased the whole gathering. They chose Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit, and Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, and Nicolaus, a proselyte of Antioch. 6 These they set before the apostles, and they prayed and laid their hands on them” (“Bible Gateway Passage: Acts 6:1-7 - English Standard Version”).

Once again, the demon has reappeared, this time to cause strife amongst the Hebrews and the Greeks. A couple of years earlier, an annoying, uninvited dinner guest arrived at the disciple's table, and they were taught a lesson in grace. And what was the outcome? “And the word of God continued to increase, and the number of the disciples multiplied greatly in Jerusalem, and a great many of the priests became obedient to the faith” (“Bible Gateway Passage: Acts 6:1-7 - English Standard Version”).

 

 

Summary

A long trip to a different region, a reckless woman, a despised culture, a possessed child, arrogant disciples, and a fleeing demon combined to make history, establish a president of cultural unification, and push forward The Drama of Scripture.

 

 

 

 

 

 Works Cited

(Bartholomew and Goheen)

Bartholomew, Craig G., and Michael W. Goheen. The Drama of Scripture: Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story. Baker Academic, 2004.

 

(“Bible Gateway Passage: Acts 6:1-7 - English Standard Version”)

“Bible Gateway Passage: Acts 6:1-7 - English Standard Version.” Bible Gateway, https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts%206:1-7;&version=ESV. Accessed 16 Feb. 2024.

 

(“Bible Gateway Passage: Mark 7:24-30 - New International Version”)

“Bible Gateway Passage: Mark 7:24-30 - New International Version.” Bible Gateway, https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark%207:24-30&version=NIV. Accessed 16 Feb. 2024.

 

(“Why Did Jesus Call the Canaanite Woman a Dog?”)

“Why Did Jesus Call the Canaanite Woman a Dog?” Bible Portal, 27 Sept. 2022, https://bibleportal.com/articles/why-did-jesus-call-the-canaanite-woman-a-dog.

 

Pinimg.com, https://i.pinimg.com/originals/bc/8b/49/bc8b49498e23cc580321023d6cd0ef84.jpg. Accessed 16 Feb. 2024.

I was praying about something that I believe is God's will. And I don't know if it was prophetic, but I spoke these words:

"God's will, God's way!"

Dear Brothers & Sisters
Seasons change, and with a heavy heart, I want to share a significant decision with you all. After much prayer and consultation with friends and board members, I have decided to take a break from radio broadcasting for a while. In my prayers, I felt the Lord leading me into new pastures. The decision was not an easy one, but I found myself feeling exhausted.
Having sought advice from trusted friends and with much consideration, we decided to step back temporarily. Yet, I felt a prompting to consult one more person before finalizing my decision. I reached out to my pastor friend, and he shared something profound. "You know, I'll be returning to the pulpit this Sunday; ten months ago, the Lord led me to step away and rest."
In that moment, I knew it was my answer.
Over the past 7 1/2 years, our broadcasts have reached eight states, covering a radio audience of about 19 million. The number of listeners remains to be discovered, but I take pride that when the Lord gave me the vision to go on air, He did not want me to ask for donations. He provided by faith, and the funds were always there despite high costs.
While I will continue to engage in ministry work, my focus for now will shift towards my studies and completing the publication of my book, "Who is God?" with TBN Publishing.
Thank you all for your unwavering support throughout this incredible journey.

The last program will air on December 31, 2023.


Sincerely,
Chaplain Coy

Update: While the editing process is long, expected publish date is around June 2024.  I will provide updates and let everyone know when it is published.

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