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September 3, 2005

Really useful aid

by Feòrag

United States: There might be no fresh water or sewerage in New Orleans, but refugees will have no shortage of bog roll thanks to a generous donation from the Gideons:

The Gideons International are sending 40,000 Personal Witnessing Testaments (New Testament, Psalms, Proverbs) to be distributed at the Astrodome and other relief centers in Houston...

...The scriptures are on a truck due to arrive Sunday by 10 a.m. and we are planning shifts to provide patoral care 24/7.

God is at work, and we are called by Him to Serve His Will. There was a purpose for Katrina, let us not fail to fulfill our duties.

Gideons sending 40,000 New Testaments to Astrodome - Free Republic, 2nd September 2005 (via Grim Meathook Deluge Bible Class, Courtesy Of Some Fucking Scum - Warren Ellis, 2nd September 2005).

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1: Posted by: jamal | September 3, 2005 5:14 PM

lol

Any opportunity to convert somebody! Havent they got any more hotel drawers left to fill?

http://opinionated.blogsome.com/

2: Posted by: Feòrag | September 3, 2005 7:56 PM

Indeed, Jamal. By the way, you don't have to put the URL for your blog at the end of your comments because you put it in the box marked "Website: (optional)". Doing this means your name is automagically turned into a link to your site.

3: Posted by: Andrew Ian Dodge | September 8, 2005 5:35 PM

Well they could always use the bibles as kindling?

Wax lyrical

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