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Listen to the Prophecy

January 9, 2012

I have had many prophesies over the years.  Some have been generic and some have been quite interesting.  Either relative to a current unknown situation or what may seem out of reach.  Bishop Cranford Davis has been a supporter of TCP Magazine from the beginning as a contributing writer and also offering prayer over published issues of TCP  hot off the press.  His prophecy in 2010 was that I would be on television.  His message to me was flowing like a river such that it was hard for me to capture it all.  It was very specific even stretching to 17 months out.  It wasn’t until I appeared on Atlanta Live, which is shown in the 9th largest TV market in the country and guest hosted Spiritual Awakening, one of the longest running gospel showcases in the country, that I remembered the prophecy.  Other TV opportunities have surfaced too so stay tuned with upcoming blogs of “On The Road With TCP”.  This is our first of many.

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  1. I loveeee your TCP MAGAZINE. It is amazing and wonderful . Your team really do a great job spotlighting information. Thanks for all you do to keep us connected

  2. It’s almost scary when someone speaks into existence something so amazing….and then it happens. Makes you want to go back and ask..”what’s next?”

  3. William Taylor permalink

    Thank you Peggy Tatum and TCP Magazine for all your support for William Taylor Gospel! May the good Lord continue to bless you and your commitment to the community and gospel artist everywhere.

  4. I’m so proud of you!

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