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Rev. James Moore  / Wanda Primus (fan)
Both my brothers are musicians and they truly were inspired by your vocals and awesome keyboarding skills. Truly annointed vessel of GOD.
Wow / Diamond (Cousin/godsister)
James was very vital in our lives. He was definetely all about family. I never knew that the man I simply knew as my awesome cousin impacted so many lives. Its good to see that people still think of him. We love u James always and forever.
To the family of Rev. James Moore  / Tammi Spellman (none)
I just wanted to pay my condolences to the family of the Rev James Moore. Even though he is no longer with us to bring that wonderful music to us anymore. All you have to is put in one of those many CDs that he made. He had such a wonderful voice and my favorite is JOY!!!! He is in a better place with GOD!!! he is no longer suffering from ANYTHING!!! I myself knows what it is like to lose a father. I lost my father in Maart of 2004 from some of the same things. I just wanted to tell his children even though we miss of fathers they are in a better place with GOD! we will see them again someday. and may GOD with you at all times. I am so glad that this website was set up for him. That way his children and his family knows he will never be miss!!!!
James Moore: What a gift!  / Jeff Paris (Fan)
I just discovered Rev. Moore on the net and after posting (and raving about) a youtube performance of his found out he'd passed 10 years ago. So I just wanted to let his family and flock know the ripples of his impact on the ocean of life continue to radiate ever wider and impact new friends. I'm not a church goer and the status of my faith are in a constant state of flux...I hope for clarity as life goes on. But as a performer myself who believes in total uninhibited creative expression...Lord have mercy! Listening to "God Will Take Care of You" I got serious chills. What a miraculous soul he was. To die so young...it's just tragic. So I will do my part to extend Rev. Moore's legacy. Jeff
God's Gift to the World!  / Pastor Linda Williams (None)

I give tribute to Rev. James Mooreand send condolences to his family. Rev. Moore was an anointed vessel of God and one of the greatest singers since beginning of times. I met him in the Carolinas in the 1990's at an KFC he ministered to us right outside the parking lot . He's always been an inspiration to myself and my daughter through his singing. I listen to his music religiously . He's legecacy will never die. Regardless who have seen to forgotten about him there are many that have not forgotten and he will always remain in our hearts. God Bless You Always to his daughter and other family members.

His Life Changed Mine  / Ashli Dean (((Someone whose life changed after learning of Rev)) )

I never knew of Rev. James Moore until recently. What a strong humble and faithful man of God he was. I couldn't help but cry when I read of his story and watched him sing and testify. We that have working arms legs hands and feet who are in great health etc. don't all use them to give God praise for who He is and what He's done for us. Yet a man who ended up having diabetes blind and wheelchair bound STILL gave God praise with the strength he had left! I will always remember what James used to say "It ain't over till God says it's over!" James has helped me to appreciate life and to remember to always praise God through everything because He is worthy to be praised. I pray I go to heaven and meet him one day. You are loved and missed Reverend.

Miss Your Big Smile  / Andrea

Rev. Moore

I remember the first time I met you when we were just children at the Church of Our Prayer.  You were 12 and I was just 9. We had a lot of fun running upstairs to see what the ushers were cooking on that Sunday just to get a taste before everyone else....Those custard pies!!!  God has smiled down on us who had the opportunity to meet you and have memories of you.  That Smile!

Missing you and your great big smile.  I know that you are still smiling and looking down on us all.  My prayers and condolences go to your Mother-Shirley and family. 

The good old days  / Cynthia Clark (A special Friend )
I remember Poppie (Rev. James Moore) the most when we all hung out together in Southern Pines and Pinehurst NC. He came to NC to work with us in a Workshop to train us how to sing the correct way. I was pregnant with my daughter at the time and he would pick at me because he saw how she would kick so hard. When I gave birth to her; he said that was his Godchild. He would hold her(I have pictures) in his arm and sing to her. I remember one time we went to The Huddle House and as we were leaving Poppie fell and rolled in the parking lot. We had a ball. I really truly miss him alot and I am so glad that I have those special times in my heart. For the ones who never met him, he was down to earth and never let his fame go to his head. He was great.
An Anointed Man of God  / Veronica Watts Young (A friend in the gospel )
     I remember Elder James Moore ministering in song. He was also a wonderful preacher in his own right.  He did several revivals in the Baltimore, MD area at the Maryland COGIC. He was truly a blessing to us at the church.  I will always remember his death because he died the same day as my father a year later. My father Elder Henry Watts died June 7, 1999 and Elder Moore June 7,2000. My mother and I was coming from my father's grave site and heard on the radio of Elder Moore's death.  My father liked Elder Moore's preaching and went to other churches to hear him in revival.  I like to imagine  Elder Moore, Dr. Mattie Moss Clark and my father rejoicing up in heaven. I will always remember Elder Moore. He left a great legacy and this is great what you are doing for his memory.
An Anointed Man of God  / Veronica Watts Young (A friend in the gospel )
     I remember Elder James Moore ministering in song. He was also a wonderful preacher in his own right.  He did several revivals in the Baltimore, MD area at the Maryland COGIC. He was truly a blessing to us at the church.  I will always remember his death because he died the same day as my father a year later. My father Elder Henry Watts died June 7, 1999 and Elder Moore June 7,2000. My mother and I was coming from my father's grave site and heard on the radio of Elder Moore's death.  My father liked Elder Moore's preaching and went to other churches to hear him in revival.  I like to imagine  Elder Moore, Dr. Mattie Moss Clark and my father rejoicing up in heaven. I will always remember Elder Moore. He left a great legacy and this is great what you are doing for his memory.
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