Gospel songs by Phil Enloe

Back in the 70’s a pastor phoned me to invite me to come to his church to hear a guy who used to sing with Elvis Presley. So we went to his church and heard Phil Enloe singing and talking about his big brother. I seem to remember buying one of his records, because some of those songs have lived on in my memory. Then in 1982 we were travelling across America and stopped in Caldwell, Idaho to visit friends from Rhodesia. Somewhere I saw an advert that the Couriers were singing in Ontario, Oregon, so I begged my friends to take us. Phil told the audience that they sing in other languages, and quoted “The old rugged cross” in Afrikaans. When he was done, I shouted “Vrystaat!” So Phil turned and spoke to us for a few minutes. Then he turned and apologized to the audience, and the whole audience burst out laughing. It is such a nice memory.

  1. Jesus unhooked me
  2. Hallelujah (“live” with the Couriers)
  3. The cross is my statue of liberty (“live” with the Couriers)
  4. Restore a fallen brother (“live” with the Couriers)
  5. More about Jesus (“live” with the Couriers)
  6. A mighty fortress is our God (“live” with the Couriers)
  7. I am the Word (with Jan)
  8. Oh my God
  9. God don’t leave America today (with Jan)
  10. If you know the Lord (“live” with Jan)
  11. I’ll fly away/When the roll/When we all get to heaven (“live” with Jan)
  12. A great day coming (“live” with Jan)
  13. Clapping of the nail-scarred hands (“live” with Jan)
  14. The return 2020 (“live” with Jan)

From Hatred to Love

This story is about the conversion of Saul of Tarsus as recorded in the Bible, in the book of the Acts of the Apostles chapter 9. I think this is one of the greatest conversion stories recorded in the Bible, so that is why I have tried to portray it in pictures. I regret my art is not very good, but we must all just do what we can to get people saved. Perhaps you can share this story with other people, because the most important thing in the whole world is to get people saved. It is the great commission that Jesus gave to his disciples, to go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. He who believes and is baptized shall be saved. Mark 16:15-16.

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The other month as I was going for a walk, a lady said to me “Happy Easter.” I just smiled at her, as I was hesitant to speak that word, because I knew it was a sin to speak the name of that pagan goddess. About 40 years ago, when the Holy Spirit ministered to me, I read in the Bible where God said we must not speak the names of other gods, neither must it be heard out of our mouths. (Exodus 23:13) The only time that “E” word is found in the King James Bible, is in connection with King Herod wanting to have Peter’s head cut off. (Acts 12:4) However it seems like King James had the wrong translation, because in the Greek Interlinear New Testament, and in Strong’s Concordance the word is “passover.” So King James will have to give an account for that on the day of judgment.

When that lady said that to me, it felt like she was saying: “Happy beheading” because King Herod wanted to cut off Peter’s head after “E”. However, a few days later, I felt I must look at the happy side, and thought of the expression found in the monopoly game: “Get out of jail free.” Jesus had prophesied to Peter that he would live to be old, and I guess that is why Jesus sent his angel to get him out of prison. Unfortunately, all the soldiers that were guarding him were put to death, and it wasn’t even their fault.

Something I don’t understand is that most people seem to think that the “E” goddess had something to with the resurrection of Jesus, but that is completely different to what is written in the Bible. Paul wrote to the church in Rome that the Holy Spirit raised Jesus from the dead, (Romans 8:11) but the Romans seem to think it has something to do with a pagan goddess! That is totally weird! It is totally different to what is written in the Bible. In Isaiah 42:8, God said: “I am YAHWEH, that is my name. I will not give my glory to another, or my praise to a graven image.” Each version of the Bible gives slightly different translations. Everybody believes differently, but bear in mind that each person must one day give an account on the day of judgment. So many people think I am crazy, but I have read the Bible many times, and the Holy Spirit has ministered to me many times. I cannot go against the Father, Son and Holy Ghost!

Actually, according the calendar on my wall, Passover was on sunny day Mar.28.2021. The “E” word was on sunny day Apr.2.2021. Forty years ago, when I was a pastor of a church, the leader of the church told me that I must have a meeting on “Good Friday” at 11 am to celebrate Christ’s death. However, in the Bible it said that Jesus died in the afternoon. But Jesus was the passover lamb, and he died at passover. Jesus had nothing to do with a sex goddess! Maybe some people think he was sexy while hanging naked on the cross, but to me it was shameful. There he was hanging naked in front of his mother, and the women who followed him, together with all the mockers jeering at him. Did you know that friday is named after the ‘goddess of love and marriage?’ Her real name is frigga. Everything in the Roman calendar is based on pagan gods and idols. In the Bible Jesus said: “Whom God hath joined together, let no man put asunder.” The God of the Bible is the God of love and marriage! I keep feeling a burden to tell people the truth, because it seems like nobody reads the Bible anymore, they all just follow whatever anybody tells them to do. Jesus said: “Follow me.” Beloved, we are supposed to follow Jesus!

Crazy Men

Wife:  What are you doing?

Husband:  I’m packing my bags.

Wife:  So you’re leaving me?

Husband:  I’m just going on a trip.

Wife: You mean, before daybreak, you’re sneaking out of the house without even telling me?

Husband:  Well, I only decided last night and you were asleep when I got home.

Wife:  What is her name?

Husband: It’s not a woman, it’s something else.

Wife: Top secret?

Husband:  Well, yeah, something like that.

Wife:  Where are you going?

Husband: I don’t know.

Wife:  Is the government sending you on a secret mission?

Husband: No, this has nothing to do with the government.

Wife: Why are you taking so many things? How long are you going for?

Husband: I don’t know.

Wife: You mean to tell me, you don’t know where you are going, and you don’t know how long you are going for?  Is this trip more important than your wife and kids?

Husband: Yes.

Wife: Now I’ve heard it all. You’ve gone crazy. What if Fred comes around? What shall I tell him?

Husband: Nothing.

Wife: Is it so top secret that your best friend doesn’t even know about it?

Husband: Fred’s coming with me.

Wife: What? What will I tell Bill?

Husband: Nothing….. He’s also coming?

Wife: How many of you are going?

Husband: Just the three of us.

Wife: What do their wives think?

Husband: I don’t know.

Wife: You guys are crazy! You’re leaving your wives and children to go on a wild goose chase to who knows where?

Husband: I knew you wouldn’t understand, that’s why I wasn’t going to tell you.

Wife: Who’s going to lead the way if you don’t know where you are going?

Husband: Honey, sit down. I’ll try to explain. You see, we were looking at the sky last night and we saw a star we have never seen before and we are going to follow it.

Wife: You were drinking too much last night.

Husband: (Sigh)

Wife: What’s in this bag? It looks like gold! Where did you get all this gold?

Husband: Well, I’ve been saving it up for some time.

Wife: You’ve never spent this kind of gold on me before. What are you going to do with it?

Husband: I’m going to give it away.

Wife: Give it away! To who? What is her name?

Husband: It’s not a ‘her.’ It’s a ‘him.’

Wife: You’ve gone mad. Give away all this gold to someone you’ve never met, in a place where you’ve never been, and then you’re going to follow a star to get there? You ought to see a psychiatrist. You’ve gone stark raving mad! You and your friends!

Husband: I knew you wouldn’t understand.

Wife: Are they also giving away gold?

Husband: No, Fred’s taking frankincense, and Bill’s taking myrrh.

Wife: Now I’ve heard it all! And you say us women are unpredictable. You’ve all gone crazy! Crazy men!

This story is based on a dream I had many years ago after reading the story of the birth of Abraham in the Book of Jasher (Joshua 10:13 and 2 Samuel 1:18).

Top Priority – Free online comic

There is a reason for this comic.  When I was in my early twenties, I had a dream one night where I stood before the Lord, and the Lord said: “What did you do for Me?” So I replied: “I went to church.” He said: “That wasn’t for me, that was for yourself, you are the one who got a blessing out of it. What did you do for Me?” So I said: “I read the Bible.” The Lord said: “That was for yourself, you are the one who got a blessing out of it. What did you do for Me?” Then it dawned on me that I had never won any souls for Jesus. I went to religious meetings 7 to 10 times a week. I read the Bible when I was a teenager. I knew hundreds of songs. I even knew most of the numbers off by heart, and what key each song was in, but I had never won any souls for Jesus. So that is what inspired me to ask a girl at work to go to church. When she gave her heart to Jesus, her life changed. For the first time, I saw a life change in front of my own eyes, and I later left my job and went out singing for Jesus, and trying to win souls for Him. I can’t remember why I called this comic Top Priority, but I guess it is because being saved is the most important thing in the whole world! Won’t you give your life to Christ today?

Believers being slaughtered in Nigeria

Believers being slaughtered in Nigeria

All over the world there is continual persecution of the followers of Jesus. When I was young I read the book “Tortured for Christ” by Richard Wurmbrand.  In recent years I had heard of terrible persecution in Pakistan, Iran and China. The other year I saw a photo of Armenian girls hanging naked on crosses that happened in the early 1900’s.

 In 1971 I sang at a mission station on the eastern side of Rhodesia, near the Mozambique border. Later on I heard that the terrorists attacked the mission station and killed all the missionaries. Later on I heard that one of the terrorists got saved. Apparently, after killing all the men, then the children, the terrorists raped all the women before killing them. Apparently, the one woman kept saying: “Jesus loves you” as she was being raped. The Holy Spirit used those words to convict the terrorist of his sin, and he got saved.  How can she have so much love? She had seen her husband and her children killed. I guess she will get great rewards in heaven. I heard that one of the missionaries was on furlough when the massacre happened, so she went back and died of AIDS. Later on I discovered that the missionary who was there when I sang there had moved, and it was new missionaries that took his place from the Elim Church in England.

Jesus told his people “Take up your cross and follow me.” So I guess we must all be prepared to die for Christ.

Saved from the blast in Beirut

Saved from the blast in Beirut I saw this last night on Facebook, and it was such a blessing to know that God cares for his children. It reminds me of the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers, many people didn’t go to work that day because of various reasons, and were saved from being killed. The same sort of thing happened so many times in Rhodesia, when people were protected by angels, or the terrorist’s rifles didn’t work, etc. It is so wonderful that the pastor sent all the people home, and saved them from being killed by the blast in Beirut.

Give to Caesar

THE HOLY SPIRIT spoke to me when I was in Rome, and I saw churchianity in a whole different light. I want to challenge your brain to think of all the things you believe – do they belong to God, or do they belong to Caesar?

This is my opinion: Whatever is in the correct translation of the scriptures, belongs to God, and whatever is in the Roman Calendar, belongs to Caesar.

Walking from Jericho to Jerusalem

Walking from Jericho to Jerusalem I shared this video with my family the other night, and my children liked it. I remember riding in a car from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea, and seeing a sign at the side of the road: “Good Samaritan Inn.” Afterwards we went to Jericho and back to Jerusalem. It is so easy when you ride in a car, but when Jesus traveled that way, he had to walk on the side of the cliff, and climb over rocks, etc. So it was so nice to get a feel of what Jesus and the disciples experienced when they walked all over the land. My hat off to those folks who did this movie. They did it in a very nice way.