Ministry About Hearing and Obeying God, Says Bishop Moses Tay

Posted by Kendall Harmon

In many cases those who would go on to impact other lives have experienced adversity of some sort, which failing to break them have contributed toward their depth and maturity.

The world for the Right Reverend Dr. Moses Tay had for all practical purposes collapsed around him a mere two months before he was to be ordained Anglican Bishop of Singapore - his first wife had died after a difficult battle with congenial aneurism.

Along with the pain of bereavement came speculation over why it happened by those who had prayed and seen visions.

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Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalAnglican ProvincesThe Anglican Church in South East Asia

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