There is a big picture about each element of the Topic: the Baptist Church, Education, Liberation of Jamaica as a people, and Jamaica as a country. As a believer in Jesus the Christ as Savior and Lord and as a science teacher who incorporates history in my work, and reads it for enjoyment, I have approached this presentation from three perspectives. First, that the Eternal, Invisible, Infinite God is working His purpose out in ways that we cannot fully understand. Second, facts matter even if they are inconvenient. Third, time and place are critical because they provide context to God’s workings and historical facts and sequence.
Message on Sunday, December 29, 2019: Mount View Baptist Church Kingston, Jamaica
The Christmas Story told
by the Gospels is different from the detailed stories told by all four Gospels of
the crucifixion, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. The Gospel of Mark begins
with the Baptism of Jesus. The Gospel of John speaks of the meaning of the
entry of Jesus into human history but does not describe His birth. Mathew and
Luke recount the birth of Jesus but do not tell sentimental stories commonly recited
of Ceremonies Ms. Fae Ellington; Chairman Ainsley Henriquez and Mrs. Henriquez
and Members of the Board of the Norman Washington Manley Foundation; Mrs. Glynn
Manley; Mr. Joseph Manley other members of the Manley family, distinguished
ladies and gentlemen all, it is a signal
honor to be bestowed with the Norman Washington Manley Award for Excellence in
Ms. Fae Ellington, OD delivered the citation for Professor (emeritus) the Hon. Errol Miller, OJ, CD, Ph.D. at the 2019 staging of the Norman Washington Manley Award for Excellence at the Jamaica Pegasus on Saturday, July 6, 2019.
Ms. Ellington gave an enthralling citation, much to the delight of the audience and anticipation of Professor Miller’s response on accepting the award.