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Meet the members of the Church of Jesus Christ - 17 Perry Street, Monetgo Bay, Jamaica

Members show in picture above.....

Extreme Front: Minister Lee.

First Row (front): Bro. Shaw, Mother Anglin, Deacon Lindo, Bro Moodie, Pastor/ Overseer Miller, Minister Hamilton, Bro Facey, Minister Bowen, Bro Bowen.

Second Row (from left-right): Deacon Brown, Sis Lovey, Sis Mack, Sis , Sis Bowen, Evangelist Armstrong, Sis Hamilton, Sis Coleman, Missionary Hosang, Evang.                                                          Warren, Sis Sophia, Missionary G. Warren, Evang. Peynado, Missionary Shaw.

Third Row: Missionary Miller, Sis C. Armstrong, Missionary Davis, Sis -

Back: Sis Facey, Sis Bowen, Sis Moodie, Sis Jarrett, Missionary Buddington.

What is Christ Shall Lead Me?

Christ Shall Lead Me is a website operated by Sister Y. Moodie who under the anointing of God was led to help individuals from all walks of life with advise and direction back to God through some of the most challenging times of their lives. Christ Shall Lead Me operates from Jamaica, mainly via email services and phone consultation sharing the word of God, intercessory prayer and fasting is done in an attempt to seek God on issues so that deliverance can be achieved.


Christ Shall Lead Me was started in the year 2016 and has been a successfully helping people from all walks of life through the grace and mercies of the Lord Jesus Christ. This is a non-profit ministry that does NOT require payment for services rendered. The word of God says, "freely receive, freely give," and as such the services we render through prayer, fasting and consultation are all free.

About The Church of Jesus Christ



The Importance of Water Baptism

Christian water baptism is an ordinance instituted by Jesus Christ. If it is not important in the plan of God, why did Jesus Christ command it in Matthew 28:19? And why did Peter follow up by saying, "Be baptized every one of you," and by commanding the Gentiles to be baptized (Acts 2:38, 10:48)? We must remember  two points about the importance  of water baptism. First whatever Christ definitely established and ordained cannot be unimportant, whether we understand it's significance or not. Second, Christ and the apostles showed the importance of this ordinance by observing it. Christ walked many miles to be baptized though He was without sin, saying "For thus ithe becometh us to fulfill all righteousness." (See Matthew 3:13-16)

It is true that water itself does not contain any saving virtue, b u think God has chosen to include it in His plan of salvation. Peter explained, "Baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscienece towards God) by the ressurection of Jesus Christ 1 Peter 3:21. According to Luke 7:30, "the Pharisees and Lawyers rejected the counsel of God against themselves, being nothe baptized."


The Mode of Baptism

According to the scriptures, the proper mode of baptism is immersion "And Jesus Christ, when He was baptized, went up straightaway out of the water," St.Matthew 3:16) "And they went down both into the water , both Phillip and the eunuch, and he baptized Him (Acts 8:38). "Therefore we are  buried with Him by baptism into death" Romans 6:4). A corpse is not buried by placing it on top of the ground and sprinkling a little soil on it, but by covering it completely.


According to the World Book Encyclopedia, "At first all baptism was by complete immersion in streams, pools, and baptistiers" Immersion was not convenient for the Catholic Church  instituted infant baptism thus the mode was changed to sprinkling. (See Encyclopedia  Britannica 11th ed. Vol 3 pp 365-66). Repentance  identifies us with the death of Christ and baptism indentifies us witg His burial. Coming forth from the watery grave of baptism and receiving new life in the Holy Spirit identifies us with His ressurection.


The Formula for Baptism 

Jeus Christ commanded His disciplines to "teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son, and of the Holy Ghost" (Matthew 28:19). He did not command them to use these word as a formula, but He commanded them to baptize in "the name." The word name is used here in the singular, and it is the focal point of the baptismal command. The titles Father, Son and Holy Spirit describe God's  relationshipship to humanity and are not the supreme, saving name described here, which is Jesus Christ.  Neither is there salvation in any other for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." (Acts 4:12)  Jesus Christ is the name in which the roles of Father, Son and Holy Ghost are revealed. The angel of the Lord instructed Joseph, "She shall bring forth a son, and thought shall call His name JESUS: for He shall save His people from their sins" (Matthew  1:21). JeSusan Christ said, " I am come in my Father's name," and "The Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost,....the Father will send in my name" (John 5:43; 14:26). Thus by baptizing in the name of Jeus Christ, we honor the Godhead bodily" (Colossians 2:9) Luke 24:45-47 records that just be for the ascension, Jeus Christ opened the disciples understanding. It was necessary that their understanding be opened, and many today need the same operation in order to understand the scriptures. Then Jeus Christ said to them, "Thus it is written and thus it behooved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day" The disciples  had their understanding opened so that they could grasp the vast importance of death, burial and ressurection of Christ. Luke 24:37 describes the commission that Jesus Christ then gave, " And that repentance  and remission. of sins should be preached in the name among all nations. (Jews and Gentiles), beginning in Jerusalem.

About The Church of Jesus Christ

The Church of Jesus Christ was founded by the late Bishop Wilbert Peynado who died in December of 2010. The baton was passed on to the young and vibrant Richard Miller who is the present overseer.

Why We Baptize in Jesus Christ Name?​

The subject of water baptism has long been called a great issue and no doubt has been made such by many church leaders of the past and present. In our study of it, let us first consider it's importance, or the necessity of being baptized.

The Importance of Water Baptism?

Christian water baptism is an ordinance instituted by Jesus Christ. If it is not important in the plan of God, why did Jesus Christ command it in (Matthew 28:19)? And why did Peter follow up by saying, "Be baptized every one of you," and by commanding the Gentiles to be baptized (Acts 2:38, 10:48)? We must remember two points about the importance of water baptism. First, whatever Christ definitely established and ordained cannot be unimportant, whether we understand it's significance or not. Second, Christ and the apostles showed the importance of this ordinance by observing it. Christ walked many miles to be baptized though He was without sin, saying, "For thus it becometh us to fulfill all righteousness." (See Matthew 3:13-16).

It is true that water itself does not contain any saving virtue, but think here, God has chosen to include it in His plan of salvation. Peter explained, "Baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience towards God) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ (1 Peter 3:21). According to Luke 7:30, "the Pharisees and Lawyers rejected the counsel of God against themselves, saying no to being baptized."

The Mode of Baptism?

According to the scriptures, the proper mode of baptism is immersion "And Jesus Christ, when He was baptized, went up straightaway out of the water," (St.Matthew 3:16) "And they went down both into the water , both Phillip and the eunuch, and he baptized Him (Acts 8:38). "Therefore we are buried with Him by baptism into death" (Romans 6:4). A corpse is not buried by placing it on top of the ground and sprinkling a little soil on it, but by covering it completely.

According to the World Book Encyclopedia, "At first all baptism was by complete immersion in streams, pools, and baptizers" Immersion was not convenient for the Catholic Church instituted infant baptism thus the mode was changed to sprinkling. (See Encyclopedia Britannica 11th ed. Vol 3 pp 365-66). Repentance identifies us with the death of Christ and baptism identifies us with His burial. Coming forth from the watery grave of baptism and receiving new life in the Holy Spirit identifies us with His resurrection.

The Formula for Baptism?

Jesus Christ commanded His disciples to "teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son, and of the Holy Ghost" (Matthew 28:19). He did not command them to use these word as a formula, but He commanded them to baptize in "the name." The word name is used here in the singular, and it is the focal point of the baptismal command. The titles (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) describe God's relationship to humanity and is not the, saving name described here, which is Jesus Christ. Neither is there salvation in any other for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." (Acts 4:12) Jesus Christ is the name in which the roles of Father, Son and Holy Ghost are revealed. The angel of the Lord instructed Joseph, "She shall bring forth a son, and thought shall call His name JESUS: for He shall save His people from their sins" (Matthew 1:21). Jesus Christ said, " I am come in my Father's name," and "The Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost,....the Father will send in my name" (John 5:43; 14:26). Thus by baptizing in the name of Jesus Christ, we honor the Godhead bodily" (Colossians 2:9) (Luke 24:45-47) records that show forth His ascension, Jesus Christ opened the disciples understanding. It was necessary that their understanding be opened, and many today need the same operation in order to understand the scriptures. Then Jesus Christ said to them, "Thus it is written and thus it behooved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day" The disciples had their understanding opened so that they could grasp the vast importance of death, burial and resurrection of Christ. (Luke 24:37) describes the commission that Jesus Christ then gave, " And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in the name among all nations. (Jews and Gentiles), beginning in Jerusalem.


God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

-John 4:24