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Bishop Neil Ellis says he sees the approaching new year as one of ‘creativity, courage and confidence’

The year 2021 is not the year to put limits on your life, your dreams and your potential, according to Mount Tabor Church senior pastor Bishop Neil Ellis. As the global community comes out of a year of crisis, chaos and challenges, Ellis said he sees the approaching new year as one of “creativity, courage and confidence”.

“With the threat of insecurity and unpredictability still looming in this hour, the frequency from heaven has been reset, and the ears of the faithful are being sensitized to that sound for spiritual insight and divine revelation,” said the senior pastor in a written address to his membership on his vision for 2021.

“While deep darkness covers the earth and economies the world over are being challenged, the Lord is inviting his people to close the door on the old and open the door to the new,” he said. “For he is doing a new thing and he wants us to know it.”

The senior pastor said as God moves in this new dimension and ushers in a new day of transformation, that He is releasing strength from above to accomplish what He has put into people’s heart some time ago.

He said that as God shifts the foundation of the world’s systems and resets the agenda for the body of Christ in 2021, that God’s people must be vigilant.

“The church of the living God will rise to her feet with a roar from heaven and with a spirit of boldness like never before,” wrote Ellis. “The spirit of intimidation hurled toward the people of God is breaking, and the spirit of timidity is taking its leave. God will not take a backseat to man. Heaven rules earth.

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Shavaughn Moss

Shavaughn Moss joined The Nassau Guardian as a sports reporter in 1989. She was later promoted to sports editor. Shavaughn covered every major athletic championship from the CARIFTA to Central American and Caribbean Championships through to World Championships and Olympics. Shavaughn was appointed as the Lifestyles Editor a few years later.

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