About Let’s Please God

Let’s Please God is a call to action—a service to the saints—to prepare them for eternal citizenship in the Kingdom of God.

Introduction

My name is Neal Chester (aka Nealreal). I’m a Bible teacher, husband, and the main author of this website. I’m just a one-man ministry currently in Fayetteville, NC. We have no church building or local fellowship as of yet.

This ministry focuses on maintaining a healthy relationship with God and his children. The ministry is to the Hebrews and the Gentiles.

If your goal is to please God and become like his Son (Romans 8:29), this is the good place to start.

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Why I follow Christ

I understand his kingdom and I want it. Being conscious for some time now, I’ve come to see how oppressive, unjust, and perverted these earthly kingdoms of sinful man can be.

Contrarily, the kingdom of God offers eternal life, health, wealth, justice, mutual respect among men, joy, peace, duty, purpose, fulfillment and belonging to a family of people who actually love you for you.

I follow God because I love his character, his power, his order, and who he is. He’s always the winner, and the one’s who’s right. My God is everything anyone needs.

The time allotted on this earth is for those of us chosen by him to be cleansed and transformed to fit into his perfect kingdom. I follow him because I want to be an eternal citizen in his kingdom and know the depths of his glory.

My religious background

I was raised in the Jehovah’s Witnesses cult from age 5 until I personally denounced it at the age 16. I was born again later in 2002 at the age of 22 and joined my first Christian church.

I was a faithful member of the institutional church across 3 Christian denominations including Baptist, Pentecostal, and Evangelical Covenant. I’ve been apart of churches in various stages of growth from startup, mid-sized, to mega.

Within these congregations, I served as usher, media maintenance, youth minister, and the occasional janitor. I often taught the Bible in homes after church. After 7 years in the church system, I realized something was wrong and I left … Read more »

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