Your Great Commission
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.
Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20
And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. Matthew 4:19
Join us in Leading Others to Christ
1. How can this website benefit my friends and family?
Explore a deeper connection with Spirit of the Well—a refuge for those seeking clarity in a world swayed by questionable values. Our platform challenges societal norms influenced by media, offering a space for meaningful Bible discussions. Whether you're a seasoned believer or starting anew, we provide guidance and biblical insights, not personal interpretations. Where biblical knowledge often falls short, we stand as witnesses to validate scripture (Matthew 18:16).
Spirit of the Well aims to fill the void for those yearning for informative Bible conversations and struggling to find like-minded individuals. While we don't replace your church experience, we aim to enhance it by provoking thought and elevating your knowledge throughout the week. As influences and legalism impact many churches, Spirit of the Well seeks to draw you into spiritual alignment with God's Word and understanding of end-time prophecies. Joining us is something refreshing, educational, and hopefully more engaging than what most conventional churches offer.
2. Does the ministry teach that African Americans are God's Chosen people?
Many African American descendants of slaves are considered God's Chosen People, supported by Bible study, world history, and DNA evidence. The a1b1 Haplogroup, tracing back to the Tribe of Judah, scientifically affirms our lineage, as seen in Deuteronomy 28:15-68. Enslaved African Americans, linked to the Tribe of Judah, underwent migrations to Egypt—first on foot and second by ships, as outlined in Deuteronomy 28:68. American slavery is portrayed as our inherited curse in Judges 10:11-16, yet the Lord, in His love, redeems all of humanity through Christ Jesus.
In end-time prophecies, God is awakening His chosen people—the Negros. The arrival of the first Transatlantic Slave Ship marked the start of the second Egyptian bondage in America, consistent with biblical insights. Symbolic references in the United States, like the Washington Monument and dollar bill imagery, align with America's identification as a second Egypt. Our black heritage has endured turmoil, from ancient Egyptian slavery to modern-day struggles within the prison system. Despite ongoing challenges, such as police brutality, we remain a Royal Priesthood in God's sight.
3. Why subscribe or donate when information is available online?
Processing biblical information from random sources can be challenging and confusing. Picture this: a church solo is beautiful, but it becomes even more impactful when supported by a choir. Spirit of the Well is that choir for biblical knowledge. We gather insights from the best voices available, providing spiritual counsel when it's needed most. Our mission is to guide individuals to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, as stated in Matthew 24:12-14.
Spirit of the Well is here for those who feel spiritually unfulfilled and seek more encouragement. These individuals may not be regular church attendees but yearn for the Lord's guidance daily. They require more than Sunday service, quick prayers, and daily Bible verses. Hence, we offer a robust level of biblical knowledge, reaching people of all ages in this technological era. To continue this outreach, we seek your financial support. Your contribution, no matter how small, will empower us to spread the word of Christ and strengthen people in their faith. Let's Make Disciples together—knowledge is power.
4. Why charge for Membership, if the goal is to reach people for Christ?
Spirit of the Well focuses on establishing a solid biblical foundation and building upon it to effectively share the Gospel. The Vision Cast page outlines the direction in which God is leading this ministry. As Christ decreed for us to share the gospel, our mission involves spiritually nourishing God's sheep by buying and preparing the food, just as He instructed His disciples before sending them out to preach (Luke 9:3-5). Building this ministry means meeting the diverse needs of the masses, and we have confidence that God will bless us financially through your support to extend blessings to others.
It is crucial to acknowledge that some of the messages we share may not resonate with everyone. Spirit of the Well stands on certain biblical principles, including the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman, which may challenge contemporary perspectives. Furthermore, our unapologetic declaration that many African Americans and other descendants of the Slave Trade are the biblical Israelites, The Lost Tribes, may not be universally welcomed. We create an atmosphere where we collectively engage in meaningful conversations akin to kitchen table discussions, allowing those with ears to hear what the Lord is saying to His people. Amen?