April 19, 2015
"Words of Dr. Taylor per se can say it best, which are,"I think, oh, not in such grand and comic terms, but I think that these last words may belong to all of us. They come by way of, "I must." We will never be able to say, "It is finished. FATHER, I give YOU now My Spirit," until we say, "I must. I must work the works of HIM that sent Me." A few more days shall roll and seasons come and in them, "I must. we must...must serve on, must FORGIVE on." We must go sometimes when we do not feel like going, trying when nobody seems to care. Our work is ours to do." "I must." And then, please GOD, we shall be able to say, "I've done what YOU told Me. It is finished, not cut off, but finished. FATHER, take Me into THY HANDS. Put a light in the window. Let some old friends stand in the doorway to welcome us home. FATHER, into THY HANDS." And then with a shout we may cross over. "Care all past, home at last, HEAVEN to REJOICE."--"Amen." The Deacons' Bench and Amen Corner - By and By Then Faith - 12/01/2013."
Roger Vann Smith
April 18, 2015
"I am so sorry for your family's loss. Taylor was a very influential man, who touched many hearts with his sermons. Remember and find strength in God's promise for his faithful ones. (Malachi 3:16). Please accept my deepest sympathies."
April 14, 2015
"My family and I are very thankful to Dr. Taylor and others for the degree of freedom we now enjoy. We will try to live our lives in a way to prove ourselves worthy of the sacrifices made. Surely Jesus had Dr. Taylor in mind when he spoke the words at Luke 23:43. Our heartfelt condolences to the Taylor family for the loss of a treasured loved one!"
The Carter Family
April 14, 2015
"A great man of God who blessed this nation I am greatful to have sat at his feet Walter Houston Cleveland ohio"
April 13, 2015
"I never met Dr. Taylor but once I learned of him, I have tried to read and listen every sermon I can find. His sermons have blessed my life and im sure they will continue to be a blessing. May he rest in peace"