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International Sunday School Lesson Hebrews 12:1-13 wk of 10-30-16 Grover Weaver

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Hello everyone this is the Grover Weaver Ministries.org Blogtalk Radio Show’s commentary on the International Sunday School Lesson for the week of 10-30-2016 founded in Hebrew 12:1-13. I am Grover Weaver, your Minister and Sunday School teacher, welcome to the broadcast.

Today’s lesson class is about the worship and the walk of the believer-priest. Our faith in Christ represents our walk and worship and our walk and worship represent the works we do...

To the #RealDonaldTrump a man who speaks in adverbs and adjectives you can not win and influence African Americans with negativity by describing our communities as evil places where family is not valued where crime is manifested and, our educational institutions have failed us. Without speaking in glowing terms of our survivor and personhood use your adverbs and adjectives to describe to your Alt Right supporters the black male’s intestinal fortitude which enabled him to endure a 400 year enslavement and then contrast and compare our social standing and our communities to the communities in northern Pennsylvania, northern Wisconsin, West Virginia and parts of Kentucky’s white communities with their high employment, low educational scores.The hope and despair of these white people have driven up opioid addiction and suicide rate which is higher than the national average for white males. May God have mercy on their neighborhoods.

If Mr. Trump had build his campaign around trade and poor people black, brown and white he would have won the 45th presidency of these United States of America in a landslide...

The word of the day is endurance we must focus on Christ as we strive to endurance while in the midst of exerting the necessary discipline that’s part and parcel of developing endurance and the resulting responsibility for acting in endurance in other words being responsible for your actions when they do not measure up to your words...

 

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