Celebrating the Joy and Power of Baptism
Greg and John share how baptisms took place at Vine Fellowship Network. David Walters, Greg’s grandson, was baptized because he gave his life to the Lord recently. David had a dream before his baptism that he was baptized and as he was in the cold water, he felt like he was on fire. Then as he came out of the water, he felt 20 pounds lighter. Baptism is an important next step once you are saved to show the world the decision that you have made for Christ. Mario Lopez publicly showed his baptism in the Jordan River which was powerful to see him declare to the world his decision for Jesus. John’s daughter Mya was also baptized because she made the decision to follow Jesus and she wanted to take the next step. Maybe you have made the decision to follow Christ, but you have not been baptized yet, make sure to do that soon! Anyone can baptize you, and you can be baptized anywhere! Follow the example of Jesus and get baptized! We want to hear your stories about your baptism. You can write to us at [email protected]. Greg and John shared in this segment.
John Voight, Actor, Cries, Grateful for President Trump
John Voight, an actor, and American patriot, shares his gratefulness for President Donald Trump and all that he has accomplished. John Voight is interviewed by Mark Levin on Fox News. We covered all the many things that President Trump has done for our nation in recent segments. Make sure to check that out to be encouraged by all that good things taking place in America.
Reported by The Blaze, this is John’s remarks concerning President Trump and our nation. “Jon Voight, Academy Award-winning actor, and outspoken Trump supporter, cried during an interview with Fox News’ Mark Levin on Sunday night when discussing an encounter, he had with a conservative woman on a plane.
While speaking with Levin on “Life, Liberty & Levin,” the 79-year-old Voight choked up and cried while discussing his support for President Donald Trump’s America.
Detailing an encounter, the actor recently had with an unnamed conservative woman while traveling, Voight said that he asked the woman her thoughts on “our man,” meaning the president, and instead of responding vocally, she reportedly placed her hand across her heart.
As Voight detailed the encounter to Levin, he became visibly emotional as he emulated the woman’s motion of placing her hand on her chest.
“That’s me crying,” Voight explained. “The gesture was so beautiful, she couldn’t even speak. She was just saying ‘Thank God.’ And I say, ‘Thank God.’”
“And one of the reasons I can say ‘thank God’ is because I know [God] is there for us all,” he added.
Voight went on to detail society’s problem: The absence of God in the everyday lives of many people.
“That’s one of the things that we’ve lost is this compass of God,” Voight explained. “What did Karl Marx come up with? He eliminated God from the picture.”
John Voight continues how our current administration is not eliminating God anymore! It is encouraging to see that again someone from the Arts and Entertainment Mountain is taking a stand for God! Be encouraged and be sure to listen to the full interview! We want to hear from you, you can write to us at [email protected]. Greg and John shared in this segment.
NFL Benjamin Watson, Leads others to kneel on Field, not on American Flag; FOR PRAYER
We have seen many NFL players take a knee before games for other reasons, but now Benjamin Watson had players take a knee for another reason. Benjamin, of the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, led fellow team members and players from the opposing team to take a knee on the sidelines to pray. This is encouraging to see people standing for God in the Entertainment Mountain for the world to see. Benjamin posted the picture above on his Instagram and said, “Praise God from whom ALL blessings flow. #MeetUsAtThe50.” In this picture we see Saint’s players and Buccaneers players kneeling at the 50-yard line, coming together to pray. We are thankful for this act of faith! We want to hear from you, you can write to us at [email protected]. Greg and John shared in this segment.