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Greg Locke | – @Conservative Twins (The HodgeTwins) || OnPoint with Pastor Greg Locke. Ep. 10
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amen I am Crying now Brother wow TO God Be The Glory
Thank you for All you share… I love your messages…:)
GOD bless you and yours as you Bless others .
I love that story.
It is what we all need to hear. Thank you.
Jason loaner, brother, I love you!!
Thanks pastor Jim, PRAISE God!
Many fears here too !
Best vid I've sein all day. don't hurt to be kind to one another
I've been in Howards place before, after awhile you begin to think your invisible, I don't remember their names but I remember the faces of people who have said hi, how are you doing? And that alone makes one feel good. I will never forget the man on Christmas Eve walking down Broadway in Chicago handing out twenty dollar bills to us. I will never forget the kind acts people do to help the homeless, like one Restaurant leaveing the good left over food in a separate clean bag and place it in on top of the dumpster so someone who was hungry could eat it. Now I have a mobile home, and I have a mower, and after 2001 9/11 George Bush said to go out and help a neighbor, so I did. One neighbor would always insist on giving me money and I wouldn't take it, so then she mailed it to me. I would then go to Wal-mart and buy packages of socks and drop them off at the homeless shelter. I get rewarded when I do, I feel good that I did something for a neighbor, and the homeless. and it didn't cost me anything but a little time of my day. Jesus took time out for us. So whenever I am able to, I take a little time out for Him.
There is a contradiction. He says we have to do something and he includes praying for someone as possible things we can do. Praying is doing nothing. Nothing is the opposite of something.
I hope I’m somebody’s Jim.