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Reverend Muzembi
Th.D., D.D.
I am so excited to share with you MORE of what I believe the Lord has put in my heart for you! 
I want to start by telling you why I created this blog, it is to inspire you with what you will be seeing more of in my posts, bear with me, 

I tend to see things others or people around me don’t seem to see. After doing much research, reading and studying the word of God and making friends with a few believers along the way, who have been so kind to offer much support and advice, I have become inspired to start a blog to simply pen my thoughts for you my friends, and here it is. I trust you will love and cherish my simple gospel summations. 

Stay with me, that you "may understand my knowledge in the mystery of Christ" Ephesians 3:3-4. 

God bless,
Laurence (Th.D., D.D., MDiv, CPPC).
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