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Poverty Sunday: Poor People Aint Got NoBody

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Poor people ain't got nobody. The poor stands alone. The poor stands alone because the poor ain't got no money.  There are a lot of poor people who would not be poor if they had jobs, and if they had jobs with disposable income.

Poor people are the only group without financial backing. You see, there are groups of all kinds, and the groups of all kinds, have in their mist, some among them who are wealthy, rich, or famous.

The group that stands without wealth, riches, or famous in the group we all know, who lives in poverty, and are called the poor when talk is being nice. Poor are poor because of discrimination.

With discrimination still being in society, discrimination therefore plays a major factor in today's poverty lever. Yes, discrimination exist in America. You don't need special eye glasses to see discrimination. People are discriminated against and the results basically show up in financial matters. Discrimination generally plays itself out with restrictions being placed by the perpetrator on place of residence, quality of services provided, jobs and what a person is paid on the job for their performance.

Groups discriminated against are able to take a stand against discrimination. Every group that has a cause has rich people in that group who therefore identifies with their groups, except for poor people. Poor people are all poor people. You belong to the group because you are poor. There are no wealthy  people who are included in the group of poor people. It just doesn't work that way. So there is no one in the group to pour money into the cause. So except the thy Lord God, and the word of the Lord God, which Christians are admonished to take care of, poor people really ain't got nobody.