by Glenn Mollette

Jobs, Work, Labor and Unemployment
Glenn Mollette
Genesis 2:2-3

''And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. 3 Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made.'' Genesis 2: 2 - 3 (NKJV)

We are living in an age of unemployment.
The statistics vary. Some researchers say twenty million Americans are not employed while one website stated as many as one hundred million Americans are not employed.

A New York Times article stated that over forty five million Americans are living at or below the poverty level.

Forty six to fifty million are living at or below the poverty level. One in six persons!
Our Good Samaritan program sees hundreds of people standing in food lines to pick up food to feed their family for a week.
People stop and tell us - ''You have no idea how much this food means to us.'' We had no idea how we were going to make it this week.

Some come to us and they are embarrassed or ashamed about coming to receive free food. We welcome them. We are delighted to help feed the hungry.

In Matthew 25:35 Jesus said, ''you saw me hungry and you feed, naked and you clothed me, I was in prison and you visited me....and we shall say when did we see you hungry, without clothes and in prison and he will say, when you did it unto the least of this you did it unto me.

We should help one another as we can.
We are grateful through Newburgh Seminary and our Good Samaritan program that we have been able to distribute thousands of pounds of food in recent months to hungry American people. We are building safe fresh water wells in Africa. There is truly a world of need all around us.
However, you feel led to help us it is greatly appreciated. Your financial gift of any amount makes a tremendous difference.
Our telephone number is 812 858 3920.
I do believe the average person ...

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