Pastor Mary Ruth Roundtree


Pastor Mary Ruth Roundtree, 81. Sunrise November 21, 1927

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Condolence Messages

  1. Sister Alfreda Graham

    Mother Roundtree would be greatly missed. I especially will miss the powerful messages delivered every year that she came down to Royal Assembly Church of the Living God, Inc (Headquarters) in Fort Lauderdale, FL. I was told many times that she would one day make Fort Lauderdale her home and I waited patiently. Recently I said that I was going to call and tell her the time is now. I was not able to give her that message and now I know why. Our Mother had made arrangements to make heaven her home. I love and will greatly miss Mother Roundtree. I wish I could be there with you all. Be strong in the Lord and we're praying for you. Please continue to pray for us.

  2. It is with great sadness that I am sending my condolence to of my own family members. Please be strong and pray always we are here praying for all of you.

  3. Reggie, I'm so sorry to hear about your Mother passing. Please call me when ever you have time. We miss you. 561-3921 cell, 237-3261 home, 445-8131 ext, 181 at Maryhaven.

  4. Susie Gibbs and family

    My Dear Sister in Christ, Neicey – I am praying for you and your family that God will strengthen you all. As we know, you mother's life was never in vain and we count a Victory that she's resting in a better place that God has prepared!! Love you always, your sister in Christ, Susie

  5. Vandy Sr, Terether (Reet) & The Prophet Family

    I enjoyed the powerful messages Mother Roundtree spoke and how during her speaking she would occasionally pause and softly say, "es;healer come,"es; "es;healer come."es; She'd sing those good ole Zion songs namely, "es;Walk With Me Lord"es; (my favorite.) We will also cherish our RAC (Ft Laud) Youth night outing with her at CC's Pizza and the RAC (Ft Laud) roadtrip to Ohio(smile.) Our heart felt love, strength, and prayers go out to you ALL during this time as we share the loss of such a powerful sweet woman. Neicey, Elder Greene, and guys know that we love you and that we are just one prayer away. God's strength IS perfect.
    Vandy Sr, Terether ("es;Reet"es;) & The Prophet Family

  6. Tennyson & Mother Smith & Family in Florida

    She was a lovely woman. We loved and respected her greatly. Our prayers go out to the family with much love.

  7. To the Roundtree Family:

    I so sorry to hear about Pastor Roundtree's passing. I am praying for your family.

  8. Brother Reggie,
    I'm truly sadden for you at the loss of your beloved mother. I remember that you gave her flowers while she was alive! Know that you and all of your family are in my prayers. She was truly "es;the mother of many"es; proclaimed in God's word, may she rest in peace.

  9. Elder R. B. Graham Sr.

    My condolences to the Roundtree family in your time of sorrow. May God give you the strength to bear this most trying time of your life.
    The right saint for the right church, that's who Pastor Mary Roundtree of the Royal Assembly Church of the Living God, Inc was to me. She was of the Royal Priesthood and that royalty exuded from within. The way she walked, the way she dressed, the way that she expound the word of God whether it was preaching or teaching. When the power of God would hit her while she was teaching or preaching she would give you what I call "es;The Royal Fist Pump. I know you all know what I'm talking about. But the thing I loved most about her was her Royal smile. That smile that said something without her uttering a word. A smile that said I love you, a smile that said I've never met a stranger, that smile that said everything is gonna be alright, a smile that said I'm glad to see you. Did I mention those eyes? Well I won't because somebody might think that I was in love with Mother Roundtree. But you all know about those sparkling eyes. She will always hold a special place in my heart. So sleep on my special angel and on judgement day I'll see you in heaven.
    Elder R. B. Graham Sr.

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