The Greatness of Father Hurley Persists

All Hail to the Christ Within,

Today, we pause and consider that 73 years ago today, Father George W. Hurley made his transition into the spirit realm. There are only a few living members that remember his passing and the pain caused when our Prophet and Founder left the scene.

The transition was difficult for many, who lost faith in the Hagar movement. For them, Father Hurley was the movement and without him it couldn’t go on. While no one can pretend that the Universal Hagar’s Spiritual Church Association is all it can be, to be sure the UHSCA is still a powerful organization. Even with our flaws, we have maintained the essence of Father Hurley’s message. The leadership believes in the movement. The only point of contention, such as it is, is how the movement should proceed. We all have different ideas. But ultimately, I have faith that the Hagar movement will continue on for years to come.

The lifeblood of the Hagar movement is the youth. The young people’s dedication all but guarantee that the UHSCA will live on. As those in my generation raise our children “in the way” the message gains new life. And as Princess Georgia Latimer would say, “Where there is life, there is hope.” So the UHSCA has great hope for the future.

Again, few of us experienced the grief and sadness of Father Hurley’s physical passing. So really, the only way this day could take on a spirit of grief and sadness now is if the UHSCA fails to carry on the Hagar movement. And the UHSCA cannot carry on the Hagar movement, unless it is alive in the hearts and minds of the saints, ministers, and friends of the movement. Now I know the question burning in your minds: What is the Hagar movement?

The Hagar movement is the advancement of spiritual principles and the upliftment of fallen humanity. For me, there are several components to advancement: archives, dissemination, and recording.

Archives of past UHSCA materials must be our priority. Whatever audio or video recordings of Hagar events that exists must be digitally preserved. Then these digital preservations must be housed somewhere secure and accessible.

Dissemination is the current means by which we pass down the spiritual principles laid down by Father Hurley and his co-workers. We must continue having our services, classes, meetings, convocations, and conventions. We must also expand into radio and television ministry—yesterday! The time is now!

Recording of our current events and thoughts is necessary for our future. Every public Hagar service should be recorded by either audio, video, or both and immediately put in queue to be archived. Books and articles by the current leaders, ministers, and saints need to go into high gear. We must learn from our elders before they leave us and record them. As I previously stated, only a few people remain that saw Father Hurley; we must record their thoughts on their witness of him.

This may seem like an odd memorial it’s not. I memorialize Father Hurley this day by committing to and encouraging my brothers and sisters to solider on for the Hagar movement. NEVER, EVER, let go of your spiritual faith. Keep the Spirit of Father Hurley alive in your heart. That is the best memorial any of us can offer him.

I have the honor to be your obedient servant,
Rev. George H. Latimer-Knight
Written June 23, 2016 at age 34

Biblical Mastery 101: Practical Bible Study Lessons (revival)

Thank you for your support during the release of Biblical Mastery 101: Practical Bible Study Lessons back in 2014. In light of the release of, Your Spiritual Journey Starts Here, I have reduced the price for my first book. I do have a favor to ask of those who read Biblical Mastery 101.

Please go on,, or your favorite book website and review it. Of course, I’d love all 5-star comments but all I ask is that you give your honest opinion. Thank you in advance.

Your obedient servant,
Rev. George H. Latimer-Knight

Don’t Be Angry

The Presidential 2016 election cycle is said to be that of the “angry voter.” There is truth to this, which has led me to my subject: “Don’t Be Angry.” Father Hurley warned us about the dangers of being angry. The angry voter is said to have propelled Donald Trump’s Republican candidacy. The angry voter is said to have propelled Bernie Sanders’ Democratic candidacy. Some Democrats are angry that Hilary Clinton isn’t tapping into this anger. It has been said in numerous commentaries that President Barack Obama doesn’t get angry enough.

There is plenty to get angry about. The Flint water crisis is one example. The Michigan Republican Governor FAILED. His administration FAILED. Anger is justified but won’t solve the lifelong ill-effects of this tragedy. Liberals contend that the government should be the primary burden bearer to solve social problems. President Obama’s approach is well-balanced: we have to solve our own problems but the government plays a critical role.

Even when the government provides the services we need, if people have the wrong mentality, the benefits aren’t fully realized. Our older daughter attends a full-day pre-kindergarten class in an elementary school. Her teacher assigns weekly age-appropriate homework assignments. Sadly, our daughter is only one of a handful that has turned in every assignment on-time. Next year, about half of the class will advance to kindergarten. Our daughter will be ready. When these other students aren’t ready, whose fault will it be? The teacher? The mayor? The governor? The white man? The bogie man? Then down the line, if some these children grow up to become derelicts, liberal hearts will blame it all on the system.

We need to both hold the government AND ourselves accountable. Please meditate these scriptures. “He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.” (Proverbs 16:32) “The discretion of a man deferreth his anger; and it is his glory to pass over a transgression.” (Proverbs 19:11) “Be not hasty in thy spirit to be angry: for anger resteth in the bosom of fools.” (Ecclesiastics 7:9) “Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath: For the wrath of man worketh not the righteousness of God.” (James 1:19, 20)

Your obedient servant,
Rev. George H. Latimer-Knight 16 Years Later: The Year of Celebration is in Full Bloom

All Hail to the Christ Within,

The vision God gave me in January 2000 continues to unfold. The progressive will of God marched on without me as my hopes for this ministry were destroyed. I learned the hard way the sentiment of Jesus the Christ, “He came unto his own, and his own received him not.” (John 1:11)

When God gives you a vision, it is first for you. You cannot expect others to wholesale accept your vision, no matter how authentic. While the Spirit is dealing with you in a particular way, others are on their own journey. When journeys clash—pain, grief, misery, and woe ensue.

I don’t want you to think my message today is dark. The light is shining in me brighter than it ever has. Many that I depended on forsook me. Praise God. I was forced to depend upon Spirit in a way previously unknown. Now the hour has come for this ministry.

The first 16 years were only practice. The first 16 years were only preparation. God is gathering his people to change the world. The Universal Hagar’s Spiritual Church Association will soon experience an unprecedented change. The Spirit won’t unveil the details. The change, whatever it is, can’t be slowed, stopped, or reverted. This unprecedented change is so stark that all within the bounds will recognize it. The change is a net positive.

God the Holy Spirit used Father Hurley for a great purpose. The UHSCA is a mighty force. It is not the only true church. That claim, Father Hurley never made. But all must accept the spiritual faith—the foundation of all the major world religions. The UHSCA is embarking on a new phase and so am I.

I have the honor to be your obedient servant,
Rev. George H. Latimer-Knight

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