Pastor Lloyd Longfield 1919-2012
Pastor Lloyd Longfield passed away today (March 29, 2012), at the age of 93.
As the founding Pastor of this Church he has been instrumental in inspiring thousands to embrace the Holy Spirit.
His passion was for the need to receive the Holy Spirit, with the Bible evidence of speaking in tongues; His resolve was that Spirit-filled people should live a righteous life, and not return to their sinful ways; His clarity related to the prophecies of the Bible, and that the Lord will return as King of Kings; His determination was that the Revival Centres, like the early Church, should not compromise.
We salute a man, whose zeal for embracing the fundamentals of scripture is legendary.
We respect a man, who really understood that our God of the Bible meant what He said.
This Church is a beneficiary of Pastor Lloyd’s wonderful uncompromising vision.
Let us all play our parts in advancing the legacy of those that have gone before.
God Bless and thank you
Pastor Simon Longfield
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Pastor Lloyd preaching:
“give it your best shot”
“you’ve got no right to get your neck in a knot”
“don’t just wipe away the webs; kill the spider”
“whatever He says: do it!”
“they’re not the ten suggestions, you know”
“better get baptised while the going’s good”
on speaking in tongues: “the technical term is ‘glossolalia’ – and with such technicalities they hope to gloss over it”
“you can’t be optimistic if you’ve got a misty optic”
“I’ll do the funnies, if you don’t mind”
“we’ll rule and reign for a thousand years: and that’s just for openers”
“it is a joy and a privilege to make a stand for God”
“that’s it, there isn’t any more”
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A Memorial Service for Pastor Lloyd will be held at:
The Revival Centre Hall
275 Middleborough Road
Wednesday 4 April 2012 at 7:00pm
~ followed by refreshments ~
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