Greg, Pat and John revisit the citizenship test given to people who want to become citizens of the United States. They have fun with a serious topic and take turns answering questions given on the test, with Greg asking the questions as the host, with Jeopardy music and all. They answer questions like: We elect a President for how many years? What month do we vote for the President of the United States? What is the name of the Vice President? If the President can no longer serve who becomes President? See how John and Pat did in round 6 of questions?
If you Give Freely: You will get Freely
In this moment of wisdom, found in Proverbs 11:24-25 Greg shares how poverty is a mindset and that we can give our way out of poverty. The Bible says in Luke 6:38 Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. The key to breaking free from a poverty mindset is to hold everything loosely.
The government giving cellphones to the homeless?
Greg and John discuss how the government is now giving cellphones to the homeless. They ask the question since people who are homeless don’t have a place to charge their phones; why would the government give them phones? Some of the possible reasons are to bypass any authority and speak directly to the people; the other is to track the homeless. They continue to share how cellphones today have the ability to track people as well as the maps that Google has produced. They continue to share how the tendency of people who get things from the government is for them to continue to turn to the government instead of God.