UR church visit the sick?

UR church visit the sick?

Created by Shemp Sharpe on Jul 21, 2012

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why no

might catch somthing

no thats there problem not mine

yes we take them a doobie

take them a cold quart of beer

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Jonesborough, TN

#22 Dec 18, 2012
I understand. I did almost the same thing. No one would strike a lick.
its a shame

Roy, WA

#23 Dec 18, 2012
That's what is wrong with society.."It aint my problem, let somebody else do it". I'm in my 30's and I can remember every minister we ever had has been in my parents and grandparents home. We invited them over for dinner or supper. I can remember my mother going to the nursing home every Sunday morning and picking up an elderly woman to take to church. I can remember going to see people in nursing homes, hospitals, and homes. And, participating in Christmas caroling to the shut-ins. What happened to doing good deeds? Now if someone dont get paid to do something, they won't hardly do it. That's a shame! These younger generations need to taught how to give back...but it all starts at home. Churches have even slacked in the past years. I can remember when ministers and their wives went and visited...now they designate people within the church to do that job. I can understand if you have a huge congregration, but they knew that before taking the job. I knew a woman in Grv that was very wealthy. She gave money to her church for years. When she got sick, the church basically forgot about her. I won't say which church or what her name was, but she started watching a minister on TV. I think she called the number on the screen and he drove several hundred miles to see her. In the end, she left that minister in her will.
Mr It

Jonesborough, TN

#24 Dec 30, 2012
its a shame wrote:
That's what is wrong with society.."It aint my problem, let somebody else do it". I'm in my 30's and I can remember every minister we ever had has been in my parents and grandparents home. We invited them over for dinner or supper. I can remember my mother going to the nursing home every Sunday morning and picking up an elderly woman to take to church. I can remember going to see people in nursing homes, hospitals, and homes. And, participating in Christmas caroling to the shut-ins. What happened to doing good deeds? Now if someone dont get paid to do something, they won't hardly do it. That's a shame! These younger generations need to taught how to give back...but it all starts at home. Churches have even slacked in the past years. I can remember when ministers and their wives went and visited...now they designate people within the church to do that job. I can understand if you have a huge congregration, but they knew that before taking the job. I knew a woman in Grv that was very wealthy. She gave money to her church for years. When she got sick, the church basically forgot about her. I won't say which church or what her name was, but she started watching a minister on TV. I think she called the number on the screen and he drove several hundred miles to see her. In the end, she left that minister in her will.
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