Alvino Bell


I am a man of many faults; I don’t claim to be perfect. I take each day as lords provides according to his riches and glory. I consider myself a servant. I would rather have Christ than silver and gold.

The one thing I have learned is we are the used of the master and somethings are for good and some for bad and some for ugly, but it’s all for the good of the glory and the called of God. I like simplicity and try to walk thru this life in a journey fitting for the father.

I love to love and one thing I am continually learning is cause love it’s not show to you doesn’t mean you stop showing. I am a man of mistakes with a heart that goes back to God for correction. The thing God has granted me was a better understanding of his grace and mercy.

I love my kids Jassyica (pronounced Jessica, Hezekiah) very much and wouldn’t change for world. They make life worth all the hell, heaven, and earth. I’m a proud and honored father of my kids. (Selah moment of happiness).
Thru my journey in God 3 things continually are shown to me; repentance, love, and forgiveness. I wouldn't want anyone to be me and I wouldn’t want to be anyone else. I love who I am in God and it took years to find it, but I finally found some gold. (maybe fool’s gold! Lol), but I love life and what God has granted me to share with people in it.

I know that Jesus is the best thing that ever happened to me! When I leave here the one thing I would love to be remembered for is not abandoning anyone whose life I’ve been a part of. Those I run across and meet in my walk, whether a season or lifetime. to God be the glory for things he does have done and will do.
I – Thank – God!

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Proverbs Of a Servant's Heart
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 7,340. Language: English. Published: June 26, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Personal Growth
"Proverbs from a Servant's Heart", volume 1. is not just a read, but a treasure room one can explore continually, that brings bountiful harvests as you apply these proverbs to your life.

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