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you are truly misses  / Beverly English (none)

you will be missed. your wounderful voice and your music.  

My memories  / Robert Butler (Fan)

I was one of Rev. James moore biggest fans. I loed how he growled on different part of his songs. Just watching him in concert was amazing.

I remmber one night I went to the COGIC convention, he was there for the midnight musical. It was just amazing seeing him in person & watching him sing under the anoiting. Even in his sickness he still ministered with power & authority. He knew in the God he served. He will & alwys will be truly missed, but not forgotten.

One of God's Greatest Song Birds  / Carol H. (Fellow Musician )

I remember the first time I saw and heard James Moore on the "old" Bobby Jones Gospel Hour in the early 1980's.  I knew then that he was destined for Gospel Music greatness.  I followed his career, (purchasing all of his albums, watched him whenever I got a chance on television , and yes, I even saw him tear down the house with his powerful musical selections in the stage play) until the Lord called him to that celestial choir in heaven.  To this day everytime I hear one of his songs, I think about his great contribution to the gospel music industry.  In the Gospel Music world we were truly blessed in having one such as the Rev. James L. Moore Sr as our peer.  Even though he died a young man, possibly having more great things to do, God rewarded him with even greater things in glory.  May Rev. Moore rest sweetly in the arms of Jesus.

One of God's Greatest Song Birds  / Carol H. (Fellow Musician )

I remember the first time I saw and heard James Moore on the "old" Bobby Jones Gospel Hour in the early 1980's.  I knew then that he was destined for Gospel Music greatness.  I followed his career, (purchasing all of his albums, watched him whenever I got a chance on television , and yes, I even saw him tear down the house with his powerful musical selections in the stage play) until the Lord called him to that celestial choir in heaven.  To this day everytime I hear one of his songs, I think about his great contribution to the gospel music industry.  In the Gospel Music world we were truly blessed in having one such as the Rev. James L. Moore Sr as our peer.  Even though he died a young man, possibly having more great things to do, God rewarded him with even greater things in glory.  May Rev. Moore rest sweetly in the arms of Jesus.

a bLESSING  / Danyette Duhon (none)

I will always remember the first time I met Rev. Moore. I was no more than 4 or 5 years old. My mama had taken us to a church service where Rev. Moore, the Great Betty Nelson,  I believe Ruby Terry, & Darrl Coley performed! That night he sung my favorite song "Bread of Heaven!"After the church service my mama took us to a late night resturant and there I actually was able to meet Rev. Moore. He had the greatest sense of humor & was the sweetest man I've ever met! Over the years I would think back to when we first met him & if we would see him again! Well, a few years later he did a charity concert for our church! We were Blessed with the opportunity to see with Rev. Moore! It was one of the Greatest days of my life! Although I did not get the chance to speak with him, it was a Blessing to be in the same room with him again!

May God Bless & Keep

Condolences / Sherwood Page
I first heard Rev. James Moore about 15 years ago.  I was impressed with his voice and energy, but even more with the anointing upon his life.  He was certainly sold out to God.  I was particularly ministered to by his version of "Jesus Paid It All".  Although he will surely be missed, Heaven is richer now that he has gone to his eternal reward.
Truely inspired  / Sheena Hatton/ Williams (Niece)
I didnt get to really know my uncle, in fact I've saw him only a few times and mainly at funerals (including his). But I must say he is a big inspration to me, coming from Detroit, and having the same family as him shows me clearly that God is Amazing and can bring you out of anything. I will continuously be inspired by him and continue to minister Gods word and sing. Rest in peace uncle James
rev james moore  / Ann Mcknigth (sister in christ )
this man was a true saint of God singing preaching please be careful what you say about God's people because it will be reveal in the judgement rest on rev james moore you are at the right hand of the father. people do you kowwn how bless we are we can go to sites there's james moore music we can feel the glory of God glory glory thank-you jesus.         
Reflections...... / Candace Reed (fan)
Looking back and thinking of the hardships Rev. Moore endured, I am reminded of Job. As much pain that was inflicted upon Job, he never cursed or questioned God. God didn't allow the devil to take Job, because Job put his faith in the lord's hands and allowed him to lead him. Being only 21 going on 22 those lessons in life are worth more than gold. Rev. Moore is an inspiratioon to me still, he had a warmness about his presence, though I personally have never met him. He was a great singer and ordained minister in Christ. Just look at some of his old footage. His duet/ "battling" with the young and still talented Bryan Wilson says it all. He encouraged all people of many races and ages. Amen. And God bless. Love, Candace
When we see Jesus, Amen!  / Kerry Atkinson (Eternal Fan )
I would like to pay tribute to an awesome man of God.  The right Reverend James Moore Sr.  I never got the chance to meet him in person, but we would always meet in the spirit as he ministered in word and song.  During one of the most devastating times of my life, my sister-in-law wanted to surprise me with two tickets to see Reverend James Moore in Jacksonville, Florida, but she waited too late to purchase the tickets.  I later on cried because it was the thought of just seeing him in person that done me all the good in the world.  I had suffered losing a sister, two cousins, and three great aunts within days and months of each other in the year of 1996.  It was the song that Reverend James Moore and Frank Williams led that brought me through such troubled times.  I still carry the song in my heart today, God Will Take Care of You.  Although we all never met on this side, I believe with all my being, we will meet on the other side.  May God Bless each of you and to the Late Reverend James Moore, we will Behold His Face someday.   
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