Caribbean Airlines Adds More St Vincent Flights

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, Saturday July 1, 2017 –Caribbean Airlines is now offering flights between St Vincent and Trinidad five times per week, up from the two weekly flights it had initially been operating when it became one of the first airlines to offer non-stop flights to the newly opened Argyle International Airport in April.

It added the Thursday, Saturday, and Monday flights last week, supplementing the original Sunday and Friday service.

The airline said the expansion in service will improve the frequency with which passengers can connect seamlessly to other international and regional destinations.

“This increase in flights will enable closer links for commerce as well as create opportunities for travellers to explore this beautiful country of 32 islands,” Caribbean Airlines Vice President, Commercial, Sean Quong Sing added.

The Trinidad and Tobago-based carrier is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and promised that “valued customers can look forward to more exciting developments and new destinations as the year progresses”.


Ministerial Ethics

Every member of The Mystical Order is required to subscribe to and live according to the following code of ethics:

Members affirm their personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ and are called by God’s grace and power to the ministry of the Gospel.   They commit their lives of daily obedience and service  to glorify God and enrich His people.

Members should reflect the example of Christ in personal behaviour and character, avoiding any appearance of unethical or immoral behaviour.

Members are never to use their position or ministry for unethical financial gain. Members should maintain good relationships with others engaged in ministry, while being respectful and sensitive in dealing with different denominations and faith groups.

Members should be wise and discreet in all conversations and personal interaction, regardless of time, circumstances or location Members should be respectful, sensitive and alert with all persons, regardless of differences.

Members will join together in marriage one man and one woman in accordance with Biblical teaching.

Members should inform themselves of the current Mystical Order Policy on Clergy Penitent Privilege.

Members must subscribe to the Biblical teaching and standards of conduct found in the Tenets of Faith and Disciplinary Procedures in the Mystical Order Constitution.


Dr. Henry Bello, Gunman in Bronx Hospital Shooting Dies After Shooting Multiple Doctors By Jewish Breaking News – 

June 30, 201714023 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Dr. Henry Bello is dead after he shot multiple people inside a New York City’s Bronx Lebanon Hospital in what appears to be a case of workplace violence. 

Suspected shooter Dr. Henry Bello The former employee at Bronx Lebanon Hospital was dressed in a white lab coat when he shot at least five people this afternoon. First responders at Bronx Lebanon Hospital.   

Bello, 45, is a family medicine doctor, according to sources. NYPD spokesman J. Peter Donald said in a tweet around 4 p.m. that the suspect was dead.


Today I want to thank all that joined me over the last 21 days to pray for our countries and adopted homes. It was my pleasure to interact with those that contacted me and I give God the praise and thanks for all His goodness. I seized the moment and opportunity to take all the negative energies and turn them into positive energy. These days helped me to look into my past and asked the Lord to turn them around. Prayers change things and can make a new a good thing out of something condemned.

It is my prayer that you have received of the Lord what was your intention at the start of this session. I pray that you will continue to pray in the season and hopefully you walk in the ways the Lord has ordained for you. Let us come out from this session stronger and more enlightened in the things of God.

During those days of prayer, many things have happened that in some way has brought us closer to the Lord. Many barriers have been broken and to God, we give all the praise and thanks. I pray that we will continue to stay in prayer and that God will continue to hear from heaven and answer our prayers.

May God bless and keep us in His care.

Sir Godfrey Gregg


To my Lord Patriarch and Chief Apostle, ministers and members of The Mystical Order and Starlight of Israel. Thanking God for His mercies and grace in these trying times. We are delighted for all those that joined us in the 21 days of prayer and we are sure that some dark clouds have passed, while there are some dark spots still lingering.

Today we bless all saints as we move to the next level of our spiritual life. God is still in charge and promised to shelter us in the times of storms. Though the tempest may rage, or the wind may howl the still small voice whispers “Peace be still”.

I remember when Abraham was under the instructions of God to slay his son Isaac. Abraham obeyed to the very letter, but God was trying his faith. God had a plan for Abraham and there was an establishment set aside with a lamb in a thicket as the replacement for Isaac. My brothers and sisters God is not slack concerning His promises and some men count their slackness.

Paul reminds us in the Book of Hebrews that it is appointed unto men once to die and after that comes the judgment. So where does this put us in this modern time? I can assure you that this is one appointment that you will have to keep and none other. God is God and there is no other besides Him. Brethren be careful with every wind that blows. We are to try the spirit whether or not it is of God. Remember if God promised it, He will bring it to pass. Take warning and trust God for all.

Sir Godfrey Gregg D. Div


United We Stand

Sir Godfrey Gregg


Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalm 133:1


What comes to mind when you think of the word, “Behold”? Personally, I think of something so rare that I must take a moment and enjoy it. To behold something is to value something.

So important is the concept of unity in the lives of God’s children that the Psalmist mentions the word “how” twice. All of us love pleasant things but some of those pleasant things are evil. In this text the author informs us that unity is both pleasant and good.

As a church, unity is so worthy of our prayer and pursuit. The reason is simple. A church committed to unity will be a source of great goodness and pleasure to all who encounter her. Unity will force the world to look our way and ultimately to God because unity is such a rare commodity in our world today.


What difference would a unified church make in the world today?

What do you believe is the greatest enemy to our church being unified?




 Together in One Accord

Sir Godfrey Gregg


18 But our bodies have many parts, and God has put each part just where he wants it. 19 How strange a body would be if it had only one part! 20 Yes, there are many parts, but only one body. 21 The eye can never say to the hand, “I don’t need you.” The head can’t say to the feet, “I don’t need you.”  22 In fact, some parts of the body that seem weakest and least important are actually the most necessary. 23 And the parts we regard as less honorable are those we clothe with the greatest care. So we carefully protect those parts that should not be seen, 24 while the more honorable parts do not require this special care. So God has put the body together such that extra honor and care are given to those parts that have less dignity. 25 This makes for harmony among the members, so that all the members care for each other. 26 If one part suffers, all the parts suffer with it, and if one part is honored, all the parts are glad.

1 Corinthians 12:18-26


If you have ever broken a finger or a toe, or even received a tiny paper cut on your hand, perhaps you can relate to just how important even the smallest, seemingly insignificant parts of our bodies can be. It would be ridiculous for us to shun one body part over another. In fact, 1 Corinthians 12:22 states that sometimes the seemingly weakest and most insignificant parts are actually the most necessary.  We are uniquely designed to serve God in tandem.

Have you read the book Radical written by David Plaitt, and he stated that, “The message of biblical Christianity is not God loves me, … but rather the message of biblical Christianity is God loves me so that I might make Him – His ways, His salvation, His glory, and His greatness – known among all nations.”  If your church is to come together to make His Name great, it will require all of us working in unison to make His Name great – not our name great.  It means sometimes I might need to be silent while others talk, defer to the wisdom of someone else, do a task for which I will get no credit, delight in the worship of others even if it is not my preferred style, and most of all be delighted if someone else is successful in making His Name great.


In what ways have you been guilty of pursuing your own renown instead of God’s renown?  Is there anything you need to ask God and/or a person in your church to forgive you for in this regard?

How can you support someone else in his/her efforts to serve God?  How can you validate someone who you see serving God effectively even though some may perceive their efforts to be insignificant?