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Published: Saturday, Aug. 2 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT

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Cedarcreek320
Star Valley Ranch, WY

Maybe they should pray for a raise.

brotherJonathan
SLC, UT

They should if their needs are not met..
If it is for that summer cottage.. find another occupation. or a 2nd job....
Our Lord would have us treat one another as we would be treated...
Love thy neighbor...... how are the poor of your group doing. do they need a raise too?
When the righteous among us are blinded, or don't have power to voice opposition to open bribery and slavery based drug laws- Causing large scale misery and bloodshed. in the Americas. WHY NOT...Satan using its power to protect status quo, Blinds our minds.
It is time to repent and open our mouths. Now...
Especially those who claim to serve the Lord with all their heart, mind and strength.
Peaceful changes are coming to earth...Now with some help, ...this is the help.
We needed help: When the truth assaults Satan secret, our reality is constructed by one of our Lord's devices....God reveals Satan is his creation, Instinct mechanism runs operations and gives choices...........God created the heavens and the earth and Satan so we could have life. We prepare for our Lord Jesus Christ...
This gift is from Him. Who I serve, his glory.

casual observer
Salt Lake City, UT

Like many other professions, it is market driven. Pastors leave one congregation if they receive a better offer.

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