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…. to heal the broken-hearted
to proclaim release to the captives
to give the oil of joy instead of mourning and
a garment of praise instead of despair
from Isaiah 61
1. Dec 1931 – 5. Sept 2017
After a long, and richly blessed life, Albert, Dad, went home unexpectedly suddenly. We are thankful that he was able to run his race happily all the days of his life and that he is now able to enjoy seeing his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ face to face.
The funeral took place on Friday 22. September 2017 in Zürich. It was attended by friends and relatives and a Facebook Live Stream allowed people all over the world to follow the proceedings.
Albert’s life, love and ministry touched individuals, transformed churches and impacted a nation. Donations to the Albert Taylor Memorial Projects fund will be used to support the continuation of literature and training work in the area of inner healing and deliverance. Please support the continuation of Albert’s purpose:
Donations can be made to:
Verein Bethesda Heilungsdienst,
Postkonto 61-404754-4, IBAN: CH24 0900 0000 6140 4754 4
Instructions/Comment “Albert Memorial Projects”
The “Ministering Below the Surface” legacy
I am over 85 as you probably can guess but I hope to going to keep on ministering all the days of my life …
Those are the words of Albert in the film that was shot in April 2017 and completed in the week before his death; and that is what he did. The night before he died, Albert was counselling as usual and he was as fit as ever. You too can continue Albert’s legacy by learning to help people using a simple counselling/ministry approach that we call ‘Ministering Below the Surface”.
The funeral message
Albert’s second son David preached at the funeral, a powerful message of hope and truth.
The message culminated in a challenge to address issues of unforgiveness in the way that Albert did all over the world.
You can watch the message below or click here for the sermon notes.
For English scroll up.
… zu verbinden die zerbrochenen Herzen,
zu verkündigen den Gefangenen die Freiheit,
dass ihnen Freudenöl statt Trauerkleid und
Lobgesang statt eines betrübten Geistes gegeben werde …
nach Jesaja 61
1. Dez. 1931 – 5. Sept. 2017
Nach einem reich erfüllten und gesegneten Leben ging Albert überraschend nach Hause.
Wir sind dankbar, dass er seinen Lauf mit Freude vollenden konnte und freuen uns, dass er seinen Herrn und Erlöser Jesus Christus jetzt von Angesicht zu Angesicht sehen kann.
Die Grablegung wurde am Freitag, 22. September 201in Zurich.