Greg honors his spiritual Father “Papa” Ken Sumrall, who passed Friday January 11, 2013 and went to be with the Lord. He shares how grateful he was for his life and for “Papa” Ken speaking into his life. Greg continues to share how about how spiritual fathers impart double portion anointing. He expresses how much he enjoyed all that “Papa Ken” shared with him through stories and wisdom from his own experiences. Greg continues to share how the words “Papa” Ken spoke are always with him. “Papa” Ken Sumrall founded Liberty Church and was responsible for missionaries being sent all over the world.
U.S. Citizenship Test and Game: 51-55
Greg, Pat and John revisit the citizenship test given to people who want to become citizens of the United States. They have fun answering questions given on the test, with Greg asking the questions as the host, with Jeopardy music and all. They answer questions like: What are two rights that every United States Citizen has? What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance? What is one promise you make when you become a citizen of the United States? What are two ways Americans can participate in democracy?
Discipline awaits the one who leaves the path
In this moment of wisdom found in Proverbs 15:10, Stern discipline awaits him how leaves the path; he who hates correction will die. Greg shares how there is a path for believers, Christians. They are not to be nomads wandering everywhere but there is to be some predictability. However in order to stay on the path and know when you get off of it or choose to leave it you must know what it is. It’s how you live your life; it’s something that comes out of your heart. God’s word is a lamp to help keep us on the path. America has left the path and stern discipline awaits it unless America repents. Stay on the path.
NYC Police Lift Taxi Cab off a person
Greg shares how several New York City police lift a taxi cab off a person.
Wireless Cellphone Company saves you money
Greg shares about a wireless cell phone company that saves people money
and gives them the opportunity to give to the poor.