Jews attacked by Palestinians with snow and Ice
Greg, John, and Pat share about how two Rabbinical Jewish men were attacked by a group of Palestinians with ice and snow. They threw snowballs at them, pushed snow in their faces and shoved them as they continued to walk past this disrespectful and hateful group. They continued to share about how allegedly Egypt is going to receive 480 million dollars from the U.S. government in aid if the President of Egypt apologizes to the Jews for some of his hate filled speech when he called the Jews descendants of apes.
Children Reading about Heaven
John and Greg share about how a young boy is enjoying reading about 90 minutes in Heaven, special edition for young readers. He couldn’t stop talking about Don Piper’s testimony and about his testimony of Heaven and the beautiful sounds Don Piper heard. They continued to discuss how the boy took the book to school and a classmate saw the title and wanted to read it. She enjoyed reading it so much she begged the boy to hurry up and finish so she could enjoy it. Heaven is a wonderful place that awaits all those who accept Jesus Christ into their hearts as their Lord and Savior.
The Ten Commandments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Greg shares about the pioneering life of Martin Luther King Jr. and the ten commandments/commitments that he lived by. These were so important to his pioneering work, a true Apostle, he had these commandments/commitments put on a card and everyone who would join him in this pioneering work would have to agree to live by them and sign the card showing they agreed with them. The Commandments/commitments were:
I hereby pledge myself—my person and body—to the nonviolent movement. Therefore I will keep the following ten commandments:
1. Meditate daily on the teachings and life of Jesus.
2. Remember always that the nonviolent movement seeks justice and reconciliation — not victory.
3. Walk and talk in the manner of love, for God is love.
4. Pray daily to be used by God in order that all men might be free.
5. Sacrifice personal wishes in order that all men might be free.
6. Observe with both friend and foe the ordinary rules of courtesy.
7. Seek to perform regular service for others and for the world.
8. Refrain from the violence of fist, tongue, or heart.
9. Strive to be in good spiritual and bodily health.
10. Follow the directions of the movement and of the captain on a demonstration.
I sign this pledge, having seriously considered what I do and with the determination and will to persevere.