Willie Bell Miller, 81, from Perry, Georgia was called home, Thursday, January 14, 2021.
When Ms. Miller accepted "Jesus Christ" in her life, she "Never Looked Back". She spent her whole adult life in a Relationship with "Jesus Christ" pursuing and accomplishing "His Will", she kept her "Eyes" on the "Prize".
She was a Pastor, a Preacher, a Teacher, an Evangelist, a Disciple, a Prophet and a "Prayer Warrior". For the past seven years she hosted a telephone Prayer Line called "The War Cry". Whatever "Jesus" asked her to do, the answer was always "Yes Lord".
"Praise The Lord" is how she greeted "Every" human being she came in contact with, whether it be in person or on the telephone.
The "Lord" gave her by "Grace" "His Love". She "Loved Everyone" and had "No Respect of Persons".
She always wanted to know. How will I be remembered when I leave this earth? What will people say about me? Did I tell someone about God and John 3:16?
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His Only Begotten Son, that Whosoever Believeth in Him should not Perish but have Everlasting Life".
Since I Believed, she would say, Did I live a life as a "Light" on a candlestick and give Light into all that are in the house?"....She did just that... She believed that "Jesus Christ" is "Lord and Savior" and She became "His Candle, and the fire, Lit by His Blood and There was Light Given unto All that were in the house".
How wonderful it must be to leave here and enter into the "Presence of The Lord" and "The Lord say these words; Well Done, good and faithful servant, thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy Lord".
Survived by her children, Jazilyn Freeman of Macon, Georgia; Beverly Cunningham (Peter) of Smyrna, Georgia and Wanda Muldrow of Jonesboro, Georgia. The Sons she never had, Johnny Muldrow of Stockbridge, Georgia; Brian Buchanan of Jonesboro, Georgia. grandchildren Gene Freeman Jr. (Angie); Tanjania Johnson (Herb), David Cunningham; Amber Muldrow; Johnny Muldrow jr.; Dominique Muldrow; Xavier Muldrow; great grandchildren, Tatiiyanah Freeman; Deavon Cunningham; Tamia Freeman; Noah Muldrow; Lil' Gene Freeman; Skylar Muldrow and Paige Muldrow. Sisters, Mattie Mosely (Bishop Samuel Mosely) of New York and Hattie Hammer of Florida; brothers, Timothy King (Jacqueline) of Warner Robins Georgia and Eddie King (Pearlie) of Perry, Georgia; a host of nephews and nieces; a host of Men and Women of God. The Lord Blessed her with a Multitude of Family that she loved and they Loved her. (Remembering those that proceeded before her, Father Willie Miller, Mother Rosa L King, Step-Father Eddie C King, Grandson Corey Freeman and Granddaughter Khalani Freeman)
Today,we ask you to "Celebrate" her life, knowing that she entered into "Everlasting Life". We know, that she is with "The Lord", dancing, shouting and praising"God". We also know, if people are praying in the kingdom, she is praying "fervent and effectual" for all of us. Her last word was "AMEN" and We All Say: AMEN....
Services will be held Via Telephone for Pastor Willie Miller
Her Memorial Service will be "Thankful Friday" on her Telephone Prayer Line "The War Cry". She invited participants to say what they were thankful for. They could recite a scripture, sing a song, give a testimony or whatever the Lord lays on your heart. We will give each participant one minute. Please join us to "Honor Her Life"
"The War Cry" Hosted by Elder Alberta Fuller
Date: January 22, 2021
Time: 6 p.m. EST
Phone number: 605-313-4829 Access Code: 291281#
*** Please text Jazilyn at 480-232-5773 if you would like to speak or if you have any questions. All other participants, can dial in and listen***
In Lieu of flowers her family would appreciate monetary offering.
Please send to Jazilyn Freeman 4076 Liberty Estates drive, Macon Georgia 31216 or Cash App $JazilynFreeman
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Sardis-Heard Funerals and Cremation Center, 6125 Houston Road, Macon, Georgia 31216 has charge of the arrangements.
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