Warriors, I have an ( immediate prayer request ) that just came to me from one of our Reverend Evangelists, Rev. David Reitzes . His niece, Ms Rebecca Bird is being admitted to the hospital for a case of sever dehydration. He states it is around 97 + degrees in Texas today. Also pray for this young lady that she remains sober and free of drugs, for she has been clean now for a year put is struggling with issues of the heart and life in general. And pray for her that she finds our Savior through all of her trials and temptations for she is not saved and stuck in this mortal world without His divine and loving Grace on her.

Thank you in advance for your support. please press the like button to this post if you will actively lift this young lady up to the Lord for healing and mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ’s Saving blood. So as to wash over her with the love of His true salvation.

Sincerely yours in service to all Gods children,
Bishop Andrew R. M. Manley DD. O.S.A., O.S.P. (4 photos)

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Bishop Andrew Manley PSALM # 32, verses 1 – 5… 1 A Psalm of David. A Contemplation. Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Whose sin is covered. 2 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no deceit. 3 When I kept silent, my bones grew old Through my groaning all the day long. 4 For day and night Your hand was heavy upon me; My vitality was turned into the drought of summer. Selah 5 I acknowledged my sin to You, And my iniquity I have not hidden. I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord,” And You forgave the iniquity of my sin. Selah
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Bishop Andrew Manley Pray also folks the words found in the book of Romans chapter 10, verses 9 – 13… 9 that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. 10 For with the heart one believes unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. 11 For the Scripture says, “Whoever believes on Him will not be put to shame.” 12 For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, for the same Lord over all is rich to all who call upon Him. 13 For “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” Amen… I lift up to you Oh Lord Miss Rebecca Bird that she may know you and call upon you in this hour of desperate need for your loving grace and mercy… Amen.
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Toni Van Waveren in agreement with you that this young woman will meet her Savior today….and be healed in the mighty Name of Jesus!
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Bishop Andrew Manley First things first, Thank you Ms. Waveren, God is mighty and He has not and will not forsake her. I do have an update folks, Rebecca, is still on life support and still critical but they have been able to make her stable. Stable enough that they will either transport her to another hospital by ambulance if possible, but most likely life flight her instead to a trauma unit. So please keep her and her family in prayer. She just had a child 4 months ago, and a baby needs her mother… Thanks folks, Your prayers do make a difference…
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Bishop Andrew Manley Warriors, another update from Texas on Ms. Rebecca and the situation has made a turn for the worst. She is at another hospital and is in a trauma unit but her heart beat is racing and the doctors and nurses are having a hard time getting it under control. If they can not get her heart rate down, she very well could pass away yet this evening. If she makes it through the night she will be admitted to the ICU then and another team of cardiac specialists will take over. Folks this is not done. I can say that she has not accepted the Lord in a coherent way as of yet, but I do know that she was baptized when she was younger. But folks, you know as well as I do that this is a critical situation and it should be a wake up call for everyone as to how important ones faith is in times like this. So please pray with all of us, for her as well as her family. They are staying by her side as much as they can. There are believers with her but, this is even taking it’s toll on them. For there are others with them that to, have not excepted Jesus. So please, please keep Ms. Rebecca and her entire family in your prayers. They need our help. And most of all they need your intersessions on this matter… God bless you all who pray for her and those around her… Sincerely, Bishop Andrew

NEW UPDATE 06/28/13 on Ms. Rebecca Bird’s condition…

An afternoon update on Ms. Rebecca’s condition. Well there is good news and some not so good news. The Good News is the the Doctors have gotten her blood pressure under control and at the last message I received, she was having an MRI done. So now on to the not so good news of her condition. She is still in the ICU and the doctors have figured out what is causing the problem with her condition and that is, that she has a major staff infection that is attacking several major organs, from her lungs to her heart, to also include her brain. So folks Ms. Rebecca is far from being out of danger at this time, but I have to say that without you prayers and thoughts to the Heavenly Father on her behalf, I and those close to her didn’t think she would make it through the night. Remember she is still in critical status and that the medical staff that is treating her as well as her family are hope on one had that she will recover, but that a lot of systems in her body are fighting but hope can be fleeting in cases like this. So please keep the medical staff, her family and her in your devotions to the father, for it sounds as if Satan and God are fighting over her and it is through the combined power of prayer from everyone that may be the deciding factor on her well being… So keep praying and you will be blessed for it. For it is an act of love that you pray for Ms. Rebecca and her family… And we know that there is nothing greater than an act of unselfish love even through pray on someones behalf… Thank you and keep up the prayers, God is answering. Amen… Sincerely, Bishop Andrew

NEW UPDATE 06/29/13 on Ms. Rebecca Bird’s condition today…

GM warriors, I want to give you a brief update on Ms. Rebecca’s condition. As of last evening, she is still on the critical list. Rev. David advised me that there are times where they think she is responding to the treatment and then issues keep flaring up. They will be doing a more in depth MRI on her brain today to try and see how much damage the staff infection has done to her. They have been running a lot of different tests on her and that most of those results should be in sometime today. She is still on life support ventilation and she still needs everyone’s prayers. So please folks, even with all of the pre-holiday travel and celebration starting this weekend, I ask you to continue your prayer on her behalf and know that the family is very grateful for your dedication to it. So again thank you for your prayers and support for this young woman and I know you are truly a blessing to all concerned… Have a blessed day everyone. I’ll continue to pass on the news as I receive it… Bp. Andrew

In Loving Memory


This is a picture of Bishop Manley’s faithful companion for many years
He is quoted to say in his prayers,
“Lord Jesus, ask St. Francis to please watch over Miss Colleen and all pets that you have called home to you,
until you call us to unite again. For you brought us together and as you know Lord,
she and all pets are family”

“Thy Holy Writ”

Psalm, # 133 verse 1 (NKJV)

1) Behold, how good and how pleasant it is
For brethren to dwell together in unity!

Unity ? Oh people is it even possible ?
One part of me say yes and the other is not sure.

I say this because we as a nation are not united. In politics nor in faith. In theology and in doctrine neither are we united. Even when it comes to the word of God in the Holy Bible we have two separate versions, meaning the Catholic Bible and the Protestant Bible. And of those, I’ve lost count as to how many different versions and interpretations there are. And lets not forget the Apocrypha’s that have been omitted by both.

So I ask you to think about this verse and pray and meditate with me today, and even all this week, that God our Father will see and bless our meager attempts to come together for the common good. Pray with a true heart of compassion and respect for the concerns of our faith. Ask that, His Son and their combined Holy Spirit come and bless us all and bring us together in unity. Ask that, our unity be re-affirmed in His Son and in their Holy will, when needed most. But mostly that we hold fast the common fabric that holds all 34(+) thousand different Christian beliefs together.
Our faith in Him and His divine will for all peoples.

I believe then and only then we will be truly united in the will of God against evil and corruption that plagues mankind. That we can put aside our differences and in Christian Brotherhood and Sisterhood unite with Him, for the worlds sake.

Have a blessed day and week for that matter, in the love and bond that holds us all together in His sake and cause.

Sincerely yours in service to all mankind and Jesus our salvation,
Bp. Andrew R. M. Manley DD., O.S.A., O.S.P.

A special night to prepare !

Tomorrow is, Thursday the 3rd of May and that means it is the National Day of Prayer. So to honor that, tonight at 8:00 pm (EST) on, ( ) We will be doing our special worldwide devotional prayer service with special intentions. Then we will finally after three months of teaching and preparing folks to recite the rosary, will begin to actually pray the Holy Rosary with Mysteries. So join me in “My Prayer Closet” and be apart of an International Evening of Prayer on the Eve of our National Day of Prayer here in the America. You’ll be glad you did… Many blessing to you until then… Bishop Andrew

Personal Ordinariate (ordination) for other protestants…

On another web site I attend from time to time had a unique question and it deals with one being called by God into His service. And although I kinda take the long way around the bush, I’m sure you will understand what I mean…

Personal Ordinariate (ordination) for other protestants.
Brothers and Sisters, Please allow me to introduce my self, I am, Bishop Andrew R. M. Manley and I have a few thoughts of my own for this topic and question and so I regress. Although I am new to your forum, I am not new to the word of God. So with that said here’s my opinion on this subject, and yet I will only clip the tip of this question with my response.

Part of what is wrong with the “church” today is that it is so traditional and bogged down with each of it’s own bureaucracy that it takes years to make a decision. Unless the issue is the almighty dollar.

As an example I refer to the Vatican being extremely quick to displace several thousands of loyal Catholic worshipers by a forced, no bending policy and deadline to close many churches down and start selling them off to other faiths here in Northeast Ohio. And yes, there are a few appeals that have been sent along with petitions to try and stop this. Even when it is proven that some of these community churches can stand on their own merit as presented on their fiscal spread sheets.

However, that latter part is not so disturbing. It is within their power to do what ever they want. For them to say on one hand, we need more Priests in the ministry. And then displace thousands, isn’t the best business strategy to use under the circumstances. It’s like I said folks, there have been families that have been associated with the same congregation and church for four or five decades or even longer.

The process should be simple for if you feel that you are being called into the Saviors service, than all you need to do is personally or in secret, acknowledge and claim your faith is based on His teachings. Then by all means start ministering. I refer my remarks here to, and I am sure most of you know it, and that is the Gospel according to John: ch. 15, verse 16. (“Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and “ordained you” that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he may give it you.”)…There are several more that back this up and I am a firm believer that we need to expedite the process as quickly as possible.

If for nothing else it is because there is so much that has to be done throughout the world, where I hear Christian and non-Christians clamoring for more of the Fathers teachings. If we were to wait for a formal process of traditionalism to play out, I feel it would be to late.

So I ask you, which do you think Christ would want you to do? Then and only then, when you are absolutely sure make your decision based on the council of Him and not mankind. For their will be a time for a formal ordination in the future, but you all probably know this already.

Oh, yes, I could have just typed John, ch. 15, verse. 16 and left it at that. But a forum is to bring ideas together and cause one to look deep inside themselves for answers. And those answers would be the soft awareness of the Holy Spirit trying to lead you down the path that Father wants for you. Yet, the choice is always yours. I am also pretty sure that another verse should go here and it is Matthew ch. 22, verse 14. ( “Many are called, but few are chosen.” ). So I ask one final question of you and that being, why not answer the call. For you and only you will know that it is God calling you out…

No matter what you decide to do I will pray that all who read this are blessed and that one should answer the call, for it most likely will be our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on the other end… 😉

Sincerely yours in Christ,
Bishop Andrew

The question is, “Life for Jesus” and my answer is !

This was the question/statement,
“Life for Jesus-Lets see how many people we can find that are not ashamed to admit they love Jesus”.
I responded…
I’m not ashamed, never was, never will be.
But then again, not everyone is me.
So I reckon I’ll lift up those that are on the fence and that they see the light, and feel the loving hand of our lord and savior.
Then, we all will be elated for reaching their decision to walk with God in their heart forever. And, as their notice of their rebirth reaches the heights of heaven, and it is placed by special delivery into our Fathers hands, the celebration will be jubilant, so loud will be the joy of the saints that it shall shake the gates of Hell, letting those know that it could have been them that the angels rejoice for, but no it is a never ending reminder of the indecision of their own free will that has placed them in the bowls of perdition forever.
With that said, the one that makes the right choice will see their life take on new meaning and they can rest a sured that they are not alone, ever. For now they are family. And what a big family it…. .
Thank you God for excepting another poor sinner into your loving arms and may they remain with you for an eternity… This is my daily prayer for myself and for each and everyone of you…
What about YOU????
Dr. Andrew ~ Chaplain, and family…God Bless…