What Will Become of Your Dreams

Elder Lawrence Blake, Adjutant Apostolic to Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr delivers a power packed sermon on New Generation Sunday entitled “What will Become of Your Dreams.” Often times we deal with the aspect of trying to understand where God is going to take our dreams. Listen to the snippet below and stay tuned for the bundle package including:

  • Elder Lawrence at 8AM service
  • Elder Manuel Thomas at 11AM service
  • Elder Nelson Jackson at 6PM

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Follow onto Know


Bishop Charles E. Blake, Pastor of West Angeles Church, delivers a power packed sermon entitled, “Follow onto Know.” We know God through Jesus Christ. If you want to get to know the heart of God, FOLLOW Jesus to know God. Seek God by faith and know God through the word of God.

God Prepares a Way for You to Dream

Isaiah 32:18 (NKJV)
New King James Version
My people will dwell in a peaceful habitation,
In secure dwellings, and in quiet resting places,

The polls are in and you have selected Isaiah 32:18 as  the most cherish goodnight scripture across the blogosphere.  As we at West Angeles are encouraging believers to DREAM AGAIN , it is such a pleasure to know that God lays a foundation of protection, in fact–He sets the stage for us to truly  relax and dream of God’s wonders and all that He wants our lives to become.

Don’t forget to visit our newly released website, Dreams.westa.tv and share your dream!

God Can Be Trusted


Sooner or later we all face changes that come into our lives that we did not choose and cannot understand. We struggle to find out all we can so we can understand what is happening to us. But we can never seem to get all the facts and, even if we could, we probably couldn’t put them all together in a way that makes sense. Sometimes when changes come, it’s difficult to figure out what God has planned, but Dr. Kevin Cosby Pastor of St. Stephen Church delivers a sermon that reminds us believers how important it is to trust the Lord.

Let the Church Say Amen

Take comfort in knowing that nothing takes God by surprise. Bishop Harold Calvin Ray is Founder and Senior Pastor of Redemptive Life Fellowship church of West Palm Beach, Florida, and Senior Pre-Late of The Kingdom Dominion International Fellowship of Churches and Ministries.

We Remember September 11th

I remember exactly where I was on September 11, 2001.  I sat on the edge of my seat as the rest of my fellow students clustered around a television in the middle of my 9th grade English class.  Horror gripped my body as I saw ominous smoke bellow from buildings and police officers frantic over the airways. I remember asking my teacher, “is this a movie or is this real?” With tears in her eyes, my teacher—Mrs. Bridges said, “Antoinette…this is very real.” 
September 11th will always be remembered as surreal day of pain and disbelief for the American people. How could a series of four coordinated suicide attacks fall upon a country that seemed so impenetrable? On that dark morning, 19 terrorists from the Islamist militant group al-Qaeda hijacked four passenger jets and intentionally crashed two into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and a fourth jet—Flight 93—crashed into a field near Shanksville, Pennsylania before it could reach its intended target in Washington, DC.
It would be wise for us to pause and reflect on the courageous men and women on that day.  Let us reflect on El Shaddai’s grace and mercy on how He opened the gates of heaven and welcomed loved ones.  Let us reflect on Jehovah Shammah
 —a God who is there, comforting wife’s who had lost their husbands and children who had lost their mothers .  Jehovah Rapha—healing God who is yet and still bringing back the minds of city officials in FDNY AND NYPD suffering from posttraumatic stress. Jehovah Jireh—a provider to families who have still been unable to identify remains of a family member.
Many brothers and sisters are mourning on this day and searching for a need to smile. Tomorrow is truly not promised and as we are considering the feelings of our fellow man, it would be wise for us to also consider ourselves. If we should perish today would we be satisfied with the lives we have lead, would our family be pleased at the example we have left for future generations to emulate? And most importantly…would we hear our merciful father whisper onto us, “Well done.”
May we continue to have love and understanding in our heart. Treat every verb that comes from your mouth onto someone’s ears as golden.  Change starts within. Shalom.

Dreams.WestA.TV

At the prime of its technological breakthroughs, West Angeles has released yet another gift into the blogosphere: Dreams.westa.tv! The site launched on 1st Sunday, September 2, 2012, in preparation for New Generation Sunday September 23, 2012.

“Following in the footsteps of my father, Bishop Charles E. Blake’s book, Dreamer’s Are Coming we wanted to make a site where people could feel comfortable in sharing their dreams and faith that the Lord would answer them,” says Elder Lawrence Blake. “The goal of this site is to provide an outlet for people to ink their dreams and put technological pens to parchment,” says Young Adult Pastor, Elder Manuel Thomas. Children’s Director, Sis. Deloris Dunbar says, “I am so excited that this website has become available for dreamers. This is a forum for children to realize that dreams do come true. Dreams come directly from God and are to be protected and presented back to unto the Lord.”

All of us here at West Angeles are thrilled to offer a dreams corner online.  If you would like to join in on the conversation please fill out the form below and be sure to check out the site by clicking this link! 

The Right to Become

“May I speak to someone who feels rejected, alone, or misunderstood?” asks Bishop Charles E. Blake, “Jesus understands how you feel and He knows what you’re dealing with!”

Jesus did not bend or compromise and if others treat you bad, understand that YOU do not have to bend or bow done. Listen to this lesson as Bishop Charles E. Blake teaches us that we have a “Right to Become” all that we have ever wanted and hoped to be.

Your Dreams Have Meaning

Do you often wake up feeling there was a significant message in your dream, but you’re just not sure what it is?

We have all heard from our doctors that sleep is so important to us. We require rest to regain our physical strength and proper activity of our limbs for the next day. But have you noticed that you are most vulnerable when you sleep?

Your defenses are down, the stress of your job or daily tasks are set aside and you are most open to be receptive to the will of God. One of the best-known biblical dreams is the protection of Christ after the wise men presented gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. After they left the bible tells us in Matthew 2:12-18 , “12 Then, being divinely warned in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed for their own country another way.

13 Now when they had departed, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream, saying, “Arise, take the young Child and His mother, flee to Egypt, and stay there until I bring you word; for Herod will seek the young Child to destroy Him.”

When was the last time God spoke to you in your dreams and preserved you from an outcome? When was the last time God gave you a vision? We would love to hear from you. Simply fill the form out below and believe that even if your dream has not come to pass, God is preparing a way for you!

Slightly Healed


Now a certain man was there who had an infirmity thirty-eight years. When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he already had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, “Do you want to be made well?” John 5:5-6 (NKJV)

“Seems strange that Jesus would ask a man who was sick if he wanted to be made well,” says Bishop Charles E. Blake, “there seems to be people who choose to be sick than healthy. They don’t want to be held accountable as a productive person. It is a choice.” Listen to this snippet of “Slightly Healed” as Bishop unlocks some truths about humanity.