Fat Beggars Tee-Shirt Reblogged

God’s power with His tee-shirt of Fat Beggars school of Prophets

Who would have ever thought a person would get over a hundred comments from simply wearing one tee-shirt to church?  That’s exactly what happened at Lakewood Presbyterian Church here in Jacksonville, Florida.

The back of the shirt’s logo is:  Jesus was Homeless

And so between the prophet part of the logo and then the connection to the homeless:  many church members expressed statements of encouragement.

Understand if you would that Most Presbyterians anymore are either liberal or moderate in social stances:  I don’t imagine any Presbyterians believe in modern day prophets.  And while I don’t claim to be a prophet, I announced I was a member to a group that was:  mainly that of the FAT BEGGARS SCHOOL OF PROPHETS lead by my friend, Agent X.

As a matter of fact, I’d like to solicit those who would identify with the Fat Beggars school of Prophets and their championing the cause of the Homeless to leave your email address below and your name which would sign you up to our group.  The idea here is to establish connections and information resources with Christians with like ideas and goals in relation to the homeless.

At the very least I would encourage you to obtain a tee-shirt of our group and advertise our cause by wearing it liberally wherever you go to elicit awareness for those who are destitute.

A more direct way of reaching Agent X would be to go directly to his blog:  https://fatbeggars.wordpress.com/

I know my church was receptive to God’s message and I’m sure yours will be as well.  Join in with us in small steps for the homeless.  I look forward to your email addys and comments.  Tommy F. Thompson to be called Agent TFT


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