Bro. Eli

Brother Eliseo Soriano, also known as Bro. Eli, who is the Presiding Minister of the Members, Church of God International, MCGI, whenever he preaches, reads the Holy Scriptures. He answers questions of people from all walks of life by reading the Holy Bible (Try to scrutinize the video clip below).

(One of the audience was Jonathan Hudson of Los Angeles, California who asked Bro. Eli, “Can God commit sin?” The last one who asked in the clip was Michael Olu of Abuja, Nigeria. Bro. Eli answered their questions not from his own capacity, but from biblical verses that were inspired by the Holy Spirit of God)

His work and manner of preaching fits another prophecy:

Revelation 1:3 Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.

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Currently, the “Interactive Podcast” of Bro. Eli on talkshoe.com is accessible to all and you can finally have the chance to experience listening, chatting, and talking to Bro. Eli… LIVE!!! in connection to your spiritual concerns and questions. We hope that you’ll share this moment with your friends and love ones and witness a pod-show of the rising preacher of our time. For more information please visit esoriano.wordpress.com or visit directly to talkshoe.com

The first podcast started last 08October 9am Philippine time while 07October 9m New York US time.

There are downloadable recorded copy of the podcasts and access for those who missed them!

Galatians 6:6Let him that is taught in the word communicate unto him that teacheth in all good things.

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Bro. Eli has formally started conquering YOUTUBE.COM to the glory of the God of Israel!

First of the tubes played is his comment on OPRAH’s question, “What if you never heard of Jesus?”, from one of her T.V. episodes, when one of her audience insisted that there is no other way but Jesus.

To watch click here youtube.com/user/broelisoriano

Galatians 6:6Let him that is taught in the word communicate unto him that teacheth in all good things.

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