video March 20, 2020 Half of Americans Are Spying on Someone Else, and the Fallout Can Be Severe Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Half of Americans Are Spying on Someone Else, and the Fallout Can Be Severe broadcastcbnchristiannewsonline Previous articleResurrection Rapture Day of The Lord 1,000 Years Seals Trump Bowls Next articleTX Governor: Freedom of Religion is not under COVID-19 order 7 Comments Reply March 20, 2020 Troy Day TRUE THAT Ray E Horton Joe Absher Joseph Castillo Jared Cheshire church ppl called the police on church ppl Reply March 20, 2020 Jared Cheshire Troy Day it is really hard to choose whether to be sad or angry about that. I guess being angry is acceptable as long as we don’t allow ourselves to sin over it. Reply March 20, 2020 Ray E Horton Unfortunately, either people don’t trust one another, or just plain nosy. Some of this is likely true of some church people, notorious gossipers. Very unscriptural. Let us see Christ in one another. And, “church ppl called the police on church ppl.” Also unscriptural and wrong. We will always have carnal Christians who do these things, but, let it not be found, and I’m sure it won’t, among those of us who are sold to the Lord, hearing the Lord, and glad for the chastisement of His Word. Reply March 21, 2020 Louise Cummings Amen. Reply March 21, 2020 Troy Day is Louise Cummings spying on you Ray E Horton Reply March 21, 2020 Ray E Horton Troy Day That sweet sister can spy on me any time she wants. 🙂 Reply March 21, 2020 Troy Day Ray E Horton oh dear Lord have mercy on us Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.