One man from Texas is calling for a change in America that goes beyond protesting.
Jerry Roberts, who works as a facilities maintenance manager at a farm in Texas, recently shared a message titled “What are you talking about?” on his Facebook page which has garnered more than 4 million views at the time of this writing.
“Protesting isn’t going to change anybody. Protesting is not gonna change anything,” Roberts asserted in the video, according to CBN News.
“There’s only one thing that’s going to change people and that is Jesus Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit, sanctification of the world of the living God,” he continued.
“John chapter 17, verse 17, that is the only thing that’s going to change people’s lives. God is the only one that’s gonna give you a new heart and a new spirit. That’s it. God himself. The living God.” he said.
Roberts then encouraged people to close their social media apps and spend time in the word. “What we need to do is turn to the Bible and stop turning to social media and stop turning to the ways of the ungodly,” he urged.
“We don’t do things the way the world does things,” he said before referring to the story of two men on the road to Emmaus in Luke 24. Luke 24 tells the story of two men who are traveling to Emmaus and are grieving Jesus’ death. The men are speaking to each other about Jesus’ crucifixion,…
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