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The Master's Station

The Master's Station

Duron J. Haynesworth , Master

Duron J. Haynesworth, Master
Acceptance of Office

Brethren,


First, giving all honor and praises to the Great Architect of the Universe, the Giver of all our good gifts and graces. I am honored, humbled and I thank you most heartily, the brothers of Charles H. Wesley Lodge No. 147, for electing me to the office of Worshipful Master. As I reflect and look at the year 1990, it was the year I graduated from high school and the year this lodge was chartered. The great Architect of the Universe had already written this story and put me in this position to lead with my heart as I did when I gave three distinctive knocks as a “poor blind candidate”. My brothers, the newly elected and appointed officers and I are very excited to serve you and thank you for trusting us to carry out this rich tradition of Charles H. Wesley Lodge No. 147.


The theme for this year is “Unity” and is complemented in Psalms 133 King James Version:


“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in Unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head that ran down upon the beard even Aaron’s beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore”


Brothers, the administration and I will display unity through our commitment to our communities and degree work, through communication by listening with our hearts and speaking with honesty & humility and lastly, the HOLY BIBLE, the Rule and Guide of our faith and practice. My brothers, “may brotherly love prevail and every moral and social virtue cement us”.

Fraternally,


Duron J. Haynesworth , Master