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Matthew 56 Matthew 5 Matthew 55-7 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they shall be satisfied They should have more places like Saint Vincent De Paul The people are really thankful Saint Vincent De Paul not only gives meals but also they give slips that are worth money for the local park showers clothes bus tokens and laundry tokens When the men and women ask for bath accessories such as soap shampoo and conditioner SVDP is there to supply it for them This was somewhat of a spiritual experience I was truly touched that people could care so much about the less fortunate It really made me feel good that these poor men and women had such high spirits even though some of them are homeless and living on the streets Having the men and women be this thankful and cheery made me feel very good about my self it was like I was brightening their day People really depend on these types of programs to get at least a few good meals a week They also depend on these programs to get their basic needs such as a shower blankets clothes and accessories Places like SVDP give less fortunate people at least a chance to have a life Even though children are not allowed in this program the parents get to bring food back home for them I wish I had a direct experience with the children That would have been a more touching experience Say I was a prophet my message from god would have to be very true and my message would be to help the needy with all your heart and when filling a cup fill it up to the top or if cooking food cook it good The problem right now with the poor is that the government is not suppling enough shelters for all the homeless men and women Most important the children
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