Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants. -Psalm 116:15
Back in 2010, I was brought into contact with a preacher named Bishop Harry Jackson out of Maryland. I knew that we had a lot in common from Martin Luther King Jr. acquaintances to that of Alveda King, etc…
We were also connected in the kingdom in so many ways as well because we were both standing for the same things when it came to the Word of God.
We first met at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia where I was to meet up and see what this was all about only to find that he got so busy that we did not have time to actually get to know each other. After Lynchburg, I just suspected that this was all a mistake only to receive a call the very next day where Harry asked if he could come out and stay for a couple of days here in Minnesota. At this time, not knowing much of him, I had asked one from inside of our ministry to do an internet search on his name to see if he was worthy of our time to have him come in. In other words, what I was looking for was he a friend to the world (James 4:4), did he have dirt thrown on by the world because he was taking a stand or was he just another push over only to be trodden under the foot of men (Matthew 5:13).
To my surprise, Harry had as many accusations, lies, and persecution on his ministry as I did on mine. So, I told my assistant to bring him on into Minnesota (Matthew 5:11).
He stayed the night with me and my family and we made a friend. Before we knew it, we were doing “Family Under Attack” events with Bishop Harry Jackson, Judith Reisman, and Patrick Truman.
Bishop Harry Jackson was also one of the presidents’s spiritual advisors. Before his untimely death on November 09, 2020, I had met with him at the CNP “Council On National policy” in Washington D.C. as his treat.
Bishop Harry Jackson was taken from us through his untimely death and, without a doubt, this a loss for the American Church (Psalm 116:15). R.I.P.
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