(Armor Bearer, Personal Security, Counselor/Advisor)
The word professional means the following: 1) conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession, and 2) exhibiting a courteous, conscientious, and 3) generally businesslike manner in the workplace. The word friend means the following: 1) one attached to another by affection or esteem, 2) one that is not hostile, and 3) a favored companion.
The professional friend is one who is willing and able to stand by the side of the person he is serving and protecting with such grace and dignity that the receiver of this service is able to operate with much comfort. When you are in a leadership position you stand in need of having the most honest, hard working, knowledgeable people in your presence. You need to know that the Lord is watching over you and his presence is manifested in the service of your professional friend.
I'm a professional friend and I'm willing and able to work for you. I'm equipped to serve and protect you in ways that goes beyond ones imagination. I bring with me the ability to do the following and yet not limited to: 1) managing your personal and professional affairs, 2) doing the work of an armor bearer and a personal security personnel, 3) personal counseling, 4) advisory work, and also 5) domestic and foreign travel. My services extend to your family and extended personal and professional relationships. Im willing and able to work with pastors, bishops, denominational leaders, and also persons in the political and entertainment arenas. Im poised to come to you to teach and train your leaders and staff how to serve and protect you in the manner of a professional friend.
As Jesus came to serve and protect all of humanity, allow me to serve and protect you. You need a professional friend.
Your Professional Friend
James Alvin West
A Professional Friend
I'm called of the Lord to do the following:
To Agitate- to arouse interest in; to stir up public interest in a cause; disturb or trouble someone; to stir up public opinion; cause to be agitated, excited, or roused; exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for; change the arrangement or position of.
To Irritate-to trouble the nerves or peace of mind of, especially by repeated vexations; to cause to become sore or inflamed; excite to an abnormal condition; physiology and biology: excite to some characteristic action or condition, as motion, contraction, or nervous impulse, by the application of a stimulus;
To Motivate-to provide with an incentive; move to action; impel; to stir to action or feeling; to impart courage, inspiration, and resolution to; to stimulate, instigate; give an incentive for action
To Educate-to develop the innate capacities of, especially by schooling or instruction; to provide with knowledge or training in a particular area or for a particular purpose; to provide with information (to inform); to bring to an understanding or acceptance; to stimulate or develop the mental or moral growth of; to refine ones taste or appreciation; to instruct; to teach information/experience; to train to be discriminative in judgment;
To Elevate-to move (something) to a higher place or position from a lower one; lift; to increase the amplitude, intensity, or volume of; to promote to a higher rank; to raise to a higher moral, cultural, or intellectual level; to lift the spirits of; elate
To Serve-to work for; to provide goods and services for; to meet the requirements of; to be of assistance to or promote the interests of; to work through or complete; to fight or undergo military service for; to give obedience to; to act toward (another) in a specified way; to do a term of duty; to act in a particular capacity; to be of service or use; to meet requirements or needs; satisfy; to work and care for; to be an advantage to (benefit); to serve a purpose.
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