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The Master's Station

The Master's Station

Bryce A. Gaylor, Master

Bryce A. Gaylor, Master
2018-2019 Theme: Restoration and Redemption

Brethren,


First giving honor and praise to the Most-High God, the Author and Finisher of our faith, and the Great and Supreme Architect of the Universe. My beloved Brothers of Charles H. Wesley Lodge No. 147, it is with tremendous graciousness and humility that I address you all, my Brothers, who have placed in me your confidence as Master of the Lodge for Masonic Year 2018-2019. I, as well as the other elected and appointed officers, sincerely thank you for your trust and belief in us to carry out the mission and vision of Charles H. Wesley Lodge No. 147.


The theme for this year is a simple one, Restoration and Redemption and is supplemented by the holy scriptures found in Psalms Chapter 51, verses 10-12:


Psalms 51:10-12 KJV


10Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.

11Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me.

12Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.”


Brothers, as we embark on this toilsome journey, we have work to do in restoring the good name and reputation of this Lodge. It will be our mission, to display without question, through our diligence in our administrative and ritualistic work, our charitable endeavors, and our brotherly love for one another, that we are the redeemed of the Lord and a Jewel in this great jurisdiction.


In closing, this administration is incredibly excited about the opportunity we have to serve and enhance the already rich tradition of Charles H. Wesley Lodge No.147. We thank you all for the opportunity, and it is our promise to you that we will serve you diligently, in spirit and in truth, in all that we do!


Thank you again my Brothers, and may the blessings of heaven rest upon you and all regular Masons. And may the God of love and peace continually delight to dwell with and bless you!


So Mote It Be…Amen!

Fraternally,


Bryce A. Gaylor, Master