h/t Carolyn U
That is how a man should be.
It is Sabbath afternoon. I came home to listen to some testimony. This is the best testimony I saw with my own eyes. What a great man! All of us who take Christ’s name should be ashamed of ourselves. Jesus did not preach a sermon for a salary. He lived the life we wanted us to live. This is why Jeremiah 3:14 says God will find one in a city. When Jesus was going to celebrate His last pass over, the disciples waited for the servant to come to wash the feet of the guests. When Jesus saw no one was doing it, He did the servant’s job to teach them a lesson. He did not rebuke them. He taught them by His example how to serve the less fortunate. Lord, how I wish our Ph.Ds should watch and learn from this humble man. Lord keep him safe and save him in your kingdom. He taught all of us to be humble to serve one another. What a great Sabbath testimony for me! I will never forget Chito.
Do you think Chito needs “government” to live a meaningful life?
The answer is obvious. I will never understand people’s obsession with government and politicians.
Because the govt taught them to depend on them and they will take care of them and kill them at the end. We should have protested this. We were enabling them to destroy their lives instead of empowering them to be productive citizens of the land and in heaven.
That would be true if they where children. They looters are not. They have no excuse other than laziness and greed. There is a reason those things are a sin.
Their time will come when they economy collapses.
What a testament for the old saying that “God don’t make junk.” Every life has value and is worth of respect, including the unborn whom God knew before they were make in secret places.
People don’t see their worth because no one is there to recognize them. Who wants to look up to a person like Chito in this world? We think we need Ph.D to teach the Bible, the best teaching of the Bible is living it. Chito proved by his life that we can all become productive with determination. I wish I knew people like Chito when I was younger.
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