Leroy James Obituary, Death – Sup.t Leroy James has sadly died unexpectedly, leaving loved ones and family and the entire community in grief and agony according to an online share. “On the occasion of the passing of Pastor Emeritus Leroy James, who served as our beloved Pastor for more than two decades, the Clemons family would like to express their deepest condolences, love, and prayers to the James family. Pastor Emeritus Leroy James served as our Pastor. Pastor James served in this role for more than twenty years during his time as a pastor. The opportunity that our family was given to work under Pastor Leroy James’s direction was a blessing in and of itself, and we regarded it as a great honor to have been given that opportunity.
We are grateful to God for the seeds that he planted in each of our lives, and we are grateful to Mother James and the James family for giving us the opportunity to communicate with God. Thank you, God, for the seeds! Because this song is one of my all-time favorites that Pastor James has ever sung, I felt it was important to include it in this post. If you listen to it, I hope you enjoy it just as much as I do. Because his work here on earth was finished, God has called him home to his reward in heaven, and I know that when the gates of heaven opened, you were there to greet him.
Because his work here on earth was finished, God has called him home to his reward in heaven. Following the completion of his mission here on earth, God has ushered him into heaven to receive the reward that was rightfully his. We love you. Leroy James, our very own cherished Administrative Assistant and Superintendent Emeritus, has been beckoned to come by the sound of the Trumpet, which has just now sounded. The noise drew his attention to this location.
We are keeping Mother LaDoris James, the James family, and the Friendly Church of God in Christ in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. They should know that we are thinking about them and sending our most sincere love and prayers their way. We want them to know that we are praying for them. We ask that you keep praying for the James family as a community and that you remember them specifically in your prayers. Let our combined efforts allow us to become “one.”