On this page Rev. Ferdinand will begin with you the study of listening for
God's voice. Once we learn how to recognize God's voice He will take
us on our journey. This page waits on the Lord; it is Yahweh's. Once God
reveals Himself to you, you will learn the very mysteries of His kingdom. SAINTS & WHO DATS waited 43 years for this. I don't know about ya'll, but I am currently enjoying the SAINTS' ride in the Kingdom.
And, Now! Ferd's new book..
It takes two to tango:
(..dare to try!)
(Ferdinand has advice for the loved and the loveless. If you have problemos please ask Ferdinand!)
Featured This Week:
Ferdinand's secrets on how to drive women crazy!
I've been busy fighting off the women on whom I tried my secrets. Also, I finished writing
a book on my secrets. It is now out.
A co-worker of mine met a girl on the net. He traveled to her state to meet her. He came back to Louisiana to quit his job and move to be with his online friend. They got married after he moved to be with her. Online romance is very real. In fact, you have a chance to know each other spiritually and intellectually before even seeing each other physically.
Dear Young and yearning,
You sound like a pussy cat. Be a man (like me).
Lie to her! Tell her whatever she wants to hear. Women aren't all that smart anyway.
She'll be thousands of miles away; and you're asking me what you should do?
Real men like me ought to disown you from "manhood." Use your head for a change -- think!
(Angelica wrote an interesting question. She wrote: Do you think that I can find a match or love on the net?
I mean, can I fall in love with a guy that I speak to on the net?).
Another little question: Dear Ferdinand, I have a girlfriend who's leaving the country for a
year. She's twenty-one years old, and I'm twenty-three. She's my second girlfriend I've ever had.
Should we try to stay together, or let each other date around?
YOUR LINK TO THE CLOUDS!!
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(New Orleans): -- FESTIVAL SEASON IN LOUISIANA --
The Mardi Gras lights are distant, but everyone is
gearing up for festivals. The Gazette prays for a holy
and blessed season for our flock. We will also report
on any special events that may occur! We invite our readers
to let us know about any activities that you might
want us to report on. A Bourbon Street report (found by
clicking one of the above links) lists some of the things
going on in New Orleans.