From a heart filled with gratitude, Pastor Edwrin Sutton shares his personal testimony of how God kept him as he dealt with sickness as a result of COVID-19. “I tested positive over 3 weeks ago. I’ve battled for some 16 days with headaches, fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath and severe fatigue! But I am here with tears in my eyes thanking God that today, I am healed of the LORD! No more cough, fever or any symptoms except for a little fatigue! “Let everything that hath breath…” has an entirely different meaning in my life!”
Blacksmoke Music Worldwide recording artist Edwrin Sutton was described by Root Magazine as one to watch in the year of 2020. His radio single, I Hear Rain, has taken the nation by storm and continues its ascent up the radio charts. In addition to his varied roles as worship leader, singer and songwriter, Sutton is affectionately called pastor by the members of the Caldwell Temple AME Zion Church located in the heart of the Bronx. A community minded congregation, Pastor Sutton has lead the charge in the church’s community feeding outreach that impacts over 1,000 persons each week.
“We must believe that we are called to the kingdom for such a time as this”, says Sutton. “We are living now in times of uncertainty, with the whole world being affected by COVID-19, and here in the US, we see unemployment numbers on the rise, now is the time for the church to be a light and a ray of hope in the darkness. Jesus said inasmuch as you have done it to the least of them, you have done it unto me. I must thank Sister Sandra Reyes for being the visionary and muscle of this food ministry. Her dedication coupled with the laborious efforts of her team has enabled us to bless thousands in the South Bronx. I am forever grateful that God allows us to be a channel of blessing.”