Girl overcomes armed robber by telling about Jesus

“Jesus loves you. Come to our pentecostal church, Assembly of God”.

There is no name above the name of Jesus. A robber in Florida hears His name, regrets and decides not to rob the cellphone store.

44 thoughts on “Girl overcomes armed robber by telling about Jesus

  1. The man said he went to church…you’d think the pastor at his church could of helped him out financially, or with cheaper housing?

    1. Dear Victoria


      I do not say that this conversation is perfect. But the girl takes the name of Jesus, and He stops the robbery. There is power in His name. A man can have many motives for robbing. And He might be a social client that needs help. Therefor, lets not neglect the poor, and forget the daily distribution of food.

  2. Hello Ivar,

    Yes there is power in the name of Jesus. As for the woman, she did not do what Jesus said to do in times like that. Thankfully he did not hurt the woman or even rob the store after all. What he did was horrible, and hopefully he has repented. The woman said something about the store charging her personally for the little he wanted to take; it seems he felt sorry for her and so didn’t want it to come from her own pocket. Sorry that I didn’t like the video so much, but I love that you are a brother who knows there is power in the name of Jesus.
    God bless.

    1. Dear Victoria.

      There was a Pastor in Norway who walked into a bank that was held ransom by an armed Robber. The pastor shouted in the room: In the name of Jesus from Nazareth, stop this bank robbery. The robber got so “scared”, he ran out of the bank.

      I do not know if I would have been so brave. This Girl faced an armed robber. I have not faced an armed robber. Have you?

  3. No, thankfully I have not faced an armed robber. But regardless, I hope that I will do what Jesus says to do. And Jesus didn’t say to start talking about him instead of obeying, did he? Here are things Jesus told us to do…
    Love for Enemies
    27″But I tell you who hear me: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, 28bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. 29If someone strikes you on one cheek, turn to him the other also. IF SOMEONE TAKES YOUR CLOAK, DO NOT STOP HIM FROM TAKING YOUR TUNIC. 30Give to everyone who asks you, and if anyone takes what belongs to you, do not demand it back. 31Do to others as you would have them do to you.
    32″If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? Even ‘sinners’ love those who love them. 33And if you do good to those who are good to you, what credit is that to you? Even ‘sinners’ do that. 34And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, what credit is that to you? Even ‘sinners’ lend to ‘sinners,’ expecting to be repaid in full. 35But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. Then your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked. 36Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful.

    Matthew 5:41 If someone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.

    1. Dear Victoria


      Do you really feel that this girl, should have let this man rob the shop she is working in?

      What about raping her?

      To bless your enemy is not to be rolled over by a bulldozer. It is to tell your enemy the truth. This girl did.

      You are wrong Victoria. Do not try to twist scripture.

      1. Ivarfjeld,
        You are guilty of the very things you accuse me of: You falsely accuse me of being wrong; and, for saying I twist the scripture. You also make another sin when you falsely judge your sister. It would be right and wonderful if you would apologize. But I see from how you post sometimes that you probably won’t do that. Prove me wrong with that one, okay? I am quick to forgive.
        There is absolutely nothing wrong with speaking the name of Jesus! But the woman did not do what Jesus commanded her to do. I think it would be too much for her to let that money go and owe the store of the little in the register (if she really wasn’t lying about that anyway.) The man was her enemy. The man needed money. I guess she would of gave it to her brother at home who loves her?

      2. Dear Victoria.


        Using your logic, and understanding of the scripture:

        If the robber had asked the girl to join him in robbing other shops, and she resisted, she would have sinned. That is the gospel according to twist, rock and roll. Victoria: I understand you got offended. But on this topic, you are wrong.

      3. Dear Victoria.


        Lets see what the scripture actually say, in context.

        Matthew 5: 38-39.

        38″You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.'[a] 39But I tell you, Do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.

        Its about taking revenge. The girl in the shop do not do that. She speaks about Jesus. She do not give him the money, and participate in sin. She is right. You are wrong.

      4. Dear Victoria.


        Our understanding and implementation of the sermon of the mount is essential to Christian life. If we fail, we will end up without an eye, and limping on one leg into the Kingdom of Heaven. Most of us would get a milestone around our neck, to be thrown into the sea.

        The teaching of Jesus tells us promptly that we are sinners, beyond any chance of entering into Heaven by any deeds, or bid of self-justification.

      5. Ivar,

        Yes, the woman should of let the man rob the shop she is working in. The most important thing is what Jesus says, and I’m exposing your falseness and directing you to the truth. Is not your blog’s motto “Exposing fake and falseness”?

        Even store owners say to their employees to give to the robbers if you are in danger. Even those who counsel others on safety tell you to give the money or material possessions up to the one with a gun.

        I think you are trying to teach me how to “twist, rock and roll.” You bring up rape, you bring up the victim being forced to rob other places, you “rock and roll” into the conversation a lot of things that aren’t even a part of this issue. Kind of tricky and deceitful.

        You are wrong, Ivarfjeld. You are denying Jesus’ words. I did not expect that from you. What is happening to you? Or, have I just never noticed it about you before, that you exalt yourself too much.

        Who is your enemy Ivar? Was not this woman’s enemy the robber? Of course he was. And he explained to her he needed money for his mortgage.

        You rolled and twisted Jesus’ words when you quoted scripture. You twisted and rolled out the words of Jesus that I quoted earlier, “If someone takes your cloak, do not stop him from taking your tunic.” Where did you roll those words too?

        You cannot offend me, Ivar, especially not with your false judgments of me. I go by the words of Jesus Christ. You have made me sad though… I just feel so bad for you, because I expected more from you.

        God bless.

      6. Dear Victoria


        On this topic between me and you, we have reached the most difficult topic of our faith in Jesus. How do we bless our enemies?

        In your version, it is right to join our enemies in stealing and robbing. There is no Biblical defense for this. Its sin. Do not be yoked with non-Believers. Again you twist scriptures.

        You write:

        “If someone takes your cloak, do not stop him from taking your tunic.”

        Wrong scripture, applied on the wrong situation. Jesus clearly say, YOUR cloak. Was this the girls money? Was it her shop? This teenage girl is a hero in the Kingdom of Heaven. And you got offended by this move of the Holy Spirit. Victoria: If you have a humble spirit within you, you will repent.

      7. Ivar,

        In the name of Jesus stop falsely judging me and accusing me of horrific things as “twisting the scriptures.”

        I pray that you humble yourself and ask Jesus to help hear, see and obey his word.

        You are seriouly worrying me about your mental health. You are guilty of what you accuse me of, and that is of twisting the scriptures.

        You don’t follow Jesus’ simple instructions, nor do you seem able to see Jesus’ instruction. Maybe Jesus meant that you should not let someone take your cloak and tunic if you were borrowing your brothers clothes that day? You see Ivar, you don’t even make sense.
        But sense you want to go that route, then remember, the woman said SHE would have to pay the money back to the boss. So you are wrong again.

        I’m done arguing this with you. You are beyond reasoning with right now. Take a vacation or something. You are being led away from the Truth.

        God bless you.

  4. Victoria, the girl did the “greatest” thing she could do in this situation, by calling out to Jesus Christ.

    She could not in any way have handled it any better. I could only hope that I would have handled the situation the same way.

    Times are getting rougher. And we must call out to Jesus. He will guide us and always love us.

    My pastor told me a story a few months back, where a man was being held by gunpoint in an elevator. He closed his eyes, and called out the name JESUS, and suddenly when he opened his eyes, the elevator door was open and the would be robber left. The man turns around, and he sees am 8 foot tall angel behind him, shaking his finger (as in saying no) to the robber. JESUS is there for us, if we accept him forever and always.

    1. Gloria,

      Again, it is right to call on the name of Jesus! But she didn’t do what Jesus said to do. The scriptures are clear about it.

      As for the story your pastor told you about the mand being held by gunpoint in an elevator, the man probably wasn’t trying to talk the gunman from taking his money, was he?

      It really isn’t too hard to understand what Jesus said in those scriptures I quoted. Don’t resist an evil person. Don’t stop a person from stealing from you….

      God bless.

      1. Victoria, I don’t understand you, and I’m really trying hard here.

        What was so wrong about the girl saying the money would have been deducted from her pay? In the midst of her mentioning Jesus- she then says this. Who’s to say she was not speaking the truth? It was probably company policy, to deduct the money.

        You should truly pray on it. She’s a 17 year old girl, who probably said this in nervousness. What if she never spoke about Christ? Millions are robbed daily, and never mention Jesus.

        Isn’t it more important: Romans 10:9
        If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. (NIV)

      2. Hello Gloria,

        Thank you for saying you are trying hard to understand.

        I do want to point out that I did say it time and again that it is right to speak of Jesus, and that there is power in the name of Jesus. So, please acknowledge that and don’t make that part of the issue here. The parts I commented on is about the robber who said he went to church, yet didn’t go to his pastor in times of trouble?
        And, the other part that I was commenting on is that the girl did not do what Jesus said to do. We are to help enemies; we are not to resist an evil person; we are not to stop a person from stealing from us.
        The girl was trying to protect the money at the store. She did not do what Jesus said to do, and thus she endangered her life.
        I am glad she did not get hurt physically or financially. I’m glad she spoke the name of Jesus.

        I want to help you to understand… God forbid your daughter was at work and a robber came in to take the little money in the register…would you tell your daughter to give them the money, or would you tell your daughter to talk about going to church and getting a job?
        I would tell my daughter to call on the name of Jesus, and to do what Jesus said to do, and that is give them the money, don’t resist.
        And maybe the owner of the store can hire a security guard.

      3. Victoria: Matthew 5: 38-39 is more of a reference to Deuteronomy 15:7-10 “If there is among you a poor man of your brethren, within any of the gates in your land which the LORD your God is giving you, you shall not harden your heart nor shut your hand from your poor brother, but you shall open your hand wide to him and willingly lend him sufficient for his need, whatever he needs… . You shall surely give to him, and your heart should not be grieved when you give to him, because for this thing the LORD your God will bless you in all your works and in all to which you put your hand”

        God is saying if a person ask and needs. God did not say, if a person tries to take from you illegally.

        Though, I do agree that most of America would just hand over the money, I believe the Holy Spirit was at work when the girl resisted, and spoke about God instead. In any case, she did the right thing.

        At this point, lets agree that we both disagree. God Bless.

        “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called sons of God” (Matthew 5:9)

      4. Gloria,

        You deny the words of God. Jesus DOES tell us what to do if a person steals from us. And if you really wanted to be a peacemaker, then you would not of insisted on making just one more post against the words of God, and me.

        Jesus says, “I tell you who hear me.. (Luke 6:27).” I guess you don’t hear Jesus on this one, Gloria.

        You said: “God did not say, if a person tries to take from you illegally.”
        Gloria, when Jesus says, “If someone takes your cloak, do not stop him from taking your tunic,” do you not think they are stealing it from you?

        Gloria, when Jesus says, “If someone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles (Matthew 5:41),” do you think when Jesus says “force” it does not really mean by force?

        Do you think that when Jesus says in Matthew 5:39 “But I tell you, Do not resist an evil person…” that that doesn’t mean evil robbers?

        Do you not know that most store owners will rightfully tell you to hand over the money if your life is threatened. Do you not know that those who counsel others on safety say to give your purse over to someone who demands it?

        And I believe the robber WAS asking the woman for the money. I think he was also trying to appeal to her as another Christian with a family that he wanted to keep in the home a little longer. Yes he was wrong! But I believe if she would of gave him the money, then she would of not resisted an evil person, and that she would of helped her enemy. If he wasn’t her enemy, then who would be?
        The man was already in sin, and she did not feel for him to give him the change in the register, even after his sad story. God is kind to the ungrateful and wicked (see Luke 35). I guess the girl thought the change in the register that she said she’d have to pay back was beyond the kind of kindness God expects us to give to this evil enemy?

        I love all of God’s Word and take it to heart.

        God bless.

      5. Victoria, I WOULD NEVER DENY THE WORD OF GOD. Nor have I ever. (As I read your words, you sound angry. I hope that is not the case.) And you fail to realize, that me posting a response is simply to convince you that one cannot take a verse out of context, when a whole chapter was dedicated to it. I have nothing against you, so me posting this is not against you (like you mentioned), but for you to actually see what God intended. If you pray on it, and if I pray on it- Jesus will open up our mind to what he means by the word.

        I have know Jesus Christ my entire life, and he has never failed me yet. And even when I have turned my back on him, he still was knocking on my heart. So yes, I have always heard God.

        At the heart of this discussion, we must realize that THE HOLY SPIRIT OF GOD was involved, and in control from the very beginning. There are so many testimonies that Jesus has blessed me with. And I could go on forever, stating how the Holy Sprit of God does work. My mom was at the very situation this girl was in, and the man held a knife to her. What did my mom (a 5 foot woman) do? She held the wrist of the man’s hand which held the knife, and shouted the name JESUS. And what did God do? This man simply walked out and left my Mom alone. Yes, you’ve agreed there is power in the name of Jesus, but this man was out to hurt my mom, rob her. And she trusted God completely, and did not give that man a cent.

        And the bible verse about peacemaker, was not actually intended for you. But to show you that the girl was the peacemaker.

        Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called sons of God” (Matthew 5:9). We are peacemakers when we de-escalate these situations of conflict and extend a blessing instead.

        God Bless.

      6. Gloria,

        This is my last comment to you. I’m being falsely judged as being angry now; who knows what next you and your friend Ivar will falsely judge me as.

        You never even commented on WHAT I said and asked you about the scriptures I quoted; you ignored the scriptures and my questions, yet you falsely accuse me on how I sounded. And you even tried to distract from the story of the girl and the robber by adding other stories of you mom. That’s not right what you are doing.

        The girl would of been a real peace maker if she, out of the kindness of her heart, gave the man some money, spoke about Jesus, while she took pleasure in knowing she obeyed Jesus and helped her enemy.

        Please don’t write back anymore rudeness to me.

        Good bye.

      7. Victoria,

        My intentions were not to be rude, but to have you realize that taking one verse, when the whole chapter is dedicated to a subject, won’t necessarily give you an understanding of what the writer meant.

        I don’t judge anyone. The only one who can judge is Jesus Christ. Saying there is an anger in your tone, which I hope I read wrong, isn’t judgement.

        And Victoria, Satan is our enemy. That man is a lost soul, and can still be saved. Jesus Christ is that great.

        I did not ignore any of your verses that you posted. I thought I explained myself clearly.

        And the story about my Mom, Victoria is a similar story of the girl, which is why I used it.

        I apologize if you thought I was rude, which wasn’t my intention at all.

        God Bless you.

      8. Gloria,

        One last thing I want to say to you, since you did make yet another important false statement… You said scriptures were taken out of context. I want tell you something that might help enlightened you… Jesus’s words can be taken any way— His words are the truth whether you read one sentence, two sentences, or the whole paragraph at once.

        Now, I’m leaving this discussion with you, as I did Ivar. I gave my opinion on a video Ivar posted; in return I was called some of the most horrible things— a twister of the truth; a rock and roller with my own gospel; and among other things, I was accused of another ugly sin, the sin of anger.

        The girl in the video protected her money; you and Ivar are trying to protect your pride. All the while I am just showing you scriptures of the words of God.

      9. Victoria,

        At this point, all I can say is God Bless you and I will pray for you. God knows my heart, and that’s the most important thing. No one in this world, knows me like Jesus Christ. Jesus’s words cannot be taken anyway, because there are people out there who would turn it around. I’m not saying you, but for example a drunk person will say Jesus drank wine, and justify his drinking through that.

        Christ’s words are the truth, but sometimes (even myself) I have to pray so the Lord can give me understanding of them.

        God Bless you Victoria, and I truly hope that this discussion hasn’t upset you in anway.

      10. Dear Gloria and Victoria.

        Shalom, and love in Jesus the Messiah.

        There were times, when the Apostles disagreed. Paul exposed Peter. They went to Jerusalem, and they debated the issue.

        Gloria, you are a true disciple of Jesus. Thanks for being like Paul, and guiding Victoria.

        Victoria. If that girl had given the robber some of her shop keepers money, she would participate in sin. Jesus said: Either you will be a slave of sin, or you would be a slave of His righteousness. This girl chose to do right, and saved the robber from sinning. As Jesus said to the women caught in adultery. Neither do I condemn you. Go, and sin mo more, or something worse will happen to you.

        So Victoria. Go and to likewise.

      11. What you are saying and doing is evil, Ivar.
        I forgive you. But you do need to be rebuked by the Lord on this. Because you are involving so many others who might follow your advice.
        You are falsely judging a servant of the Lord. And you are leading others in sin. You are also endangering the lives of people who work for others. You call it sin to do what Jesus says. And you call it sin to do what the experts on safety tell us to do.
        Ask the police, and other professionals what we should do. Since you don’t want to obey Jesus, here is a site that you can study about what to do if being robbed at work.
        Read the full article here:—How-You-Can-Prepare&id=1334864

        Here is part of the article:

        The Bottom Line: What to Do If You Actually are Robbed

        Even if you follow all the advice given here, there is always the chance that you could be robbed. If that does happen, there are some simple rules that you and your people should follow:

        Cooperate with the Robber. This is for your own safety and the safety of others. You should comply with a robber’s demands. Remain calm and think clearly. Make mental notes of the robber’s physical description and other observations important to law enforcement officers.
        Do Not Speak. No one should speak with the robber except to answer specific questions.
        Don’t Stare. Staring directly at the robber can make him think of you as a witness instead of a victim, which could put some very unfortunate thoughts into his head.
        Prevent surprises. The robber is nervous already so keep your hands in sight at all times; don’t make any sudden moves and tell the robber if someone is coming out of the back room or vault or working in another area of your business.
        Leave It to The Professionals. Don’t chase or follow the robber out of your place of business. Catching the crook is the job of the police.
        Remember: If the choice is between your money or your life, keep you life. You can always get more money!

      12. Dear Victoria


        You have now exposed your self to be a worldly women, using man made wisdom to solve spiritual problems. You are not employed by the local Police station. They negotiate with robbers and kidnappers all the time. This girl do the Gospel, with all Biblical authority backing her actions. She takes the name of Jesus, and do not participate in sin.

        If the money was hers, she could, and under certain circumstances should, have given the robber HER money. But wisely, guided by the Holy Spirit, she even shows the robber all the cash of the shop keeper. The girl is backed by the power of the Holy Ghost for doing the right, and the robber leaves. Victoria. Do not make this matter more complicated for your self. Repent, and receive new mercy and grace from Jesus our Master.

      13. I once respected you, but now I see that you can make very major mistakes in your walk.

        I’m leaving your site and will stay away from it. I have been considering staying away from it since you sin by telling people they are going to hell, and you take to much enjoyment in saying that to them.
        I started to think that maybe you were joking this whole time about this whole discussion we are having. But the reality is that you have puffed yourself up with too much pride and it is blinding you.

      14. Dear Victoria


        Let me remind you about the words of John the Baptist. You brood of wipers. Repent or perish.

        I did not say this to you. I said. Return. Than, go and sin no more. Victoria. I wish you all the best. I hope and pray we both will make it to the Kingdom of Heaven. In the name of Jesus. Amen.

      15. I never left Jesus. So tell Satan, the one you are listening to that I don’t have to return.

        It doesn’t get much eviler than what you are saying and doing, Ivar.

        You deny and ignore the words of Jesus. You also deny the words from the Holy Bible and go against Jesus when you falsely judge his servant.

      16. Ivar,
        My husband learned about the way you post to me, and now he told me he wants me to get away from you. He said to me “what is wrong with that man?.” My husband also said it might not be safe to correspond with someone like you. When my husband said this to me it made me think of when I read where you got angry with posters and then you post private information about them.
        I love and respect my husband, and I don’t want to worry him, so I will not be back on. I thought I should tell you I’m not coming back on, so you know when you keep posting to me why I don’t post back.
        I want you to know that I’m concerned about you when you say “I hope we both make it to the kingdom of heaven.” Ivar, I have entered the kingdom of heaven some time ago when Jesus saved me. You sound a lot like the Catholics that you reprimand all the time…you know…because Catholic religion teaches no one knows for sure if they are saved.
        There is too much more to say what I hope for you, so I’ll just tell you that I will pray all of it for you to God, through Jesus Christ.

      17. Dear Victoria


        You wrote:

        When my husband said this to me it made me think of when I read where you got angry with posters and then you post private information about them.

        My reply:

        Please keep your private matters off a public blog.

        I do not understand your claim that I post private information about people who are angry with my articles.

        I do feel that you are no longer interested in debating on this site. Who has forced you to debate? You are a free woman to enter this site, and you are surely welcome.

      18. Dear all readers.


        Victoria raised the issue, if I want people to leave Churches.

        Let me therefore underline: I want all Christians to attend a New Testament Church or fellowship. I want them to be teachable, correctable and accountable to the fellowship of believers. I my self submit to the elders in the congregation where I have been called to serve my Master Jesus.

      19. Victoria, posting what men believe to be the right thing to do in a robbery, does show your leaning toward instance of what “man” should do. But in the case of the girl, and my mother- they allowed the Holy Spirit to guide them.

        You say: “I have entered the kingdom of heaven some time ago when Jesus saved me.”

        Many people in this word believe that, and feel in that their in a “safe zone.” But they forget that Satan is working overtime to bring them down. We must pray daily, read the bible, and join a congregation where JESUS CHRIST is the main focus. I have recently became born again, and have entrusted everything to Jesus. I’m not saying it’s been easy, but when I see what CHRIST has done for us, it becomes my main focus on all.

        But to your comment, and I’m not saying you shouldn’t believe you are going to heaven, but Christ said:

        Matthew 25 verse 37-43 “Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’

        “The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’

        “Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.’

        God Bless you Victoria.

  5. There IS power in the name of Jesus. If the girl told the truth, she not only did nothing wrong but kept a brother from sinning. Rahab the Harlot’s first act of loyalty to the God of the Jews was to lie to the soldiers who came looking for the Israeli spies that she had hidden under the flax; the bible counted her deeds as righteous and she is listed in the lineage of Jesus. This girl simply pointed out the damage he would be doing in a way that he could understand.

    The pastor of that Calvary Chapel should declare a week or month of fasting and repentance for his congregation. They should return to the scriptures to find out what true Christianity is, and then live it. It is not just the pastor; it is the whole flock who is responsible for this lost sheep.

    1. Dov,

      Oh yes there is power in the name of Jesus. And it is was right for her to talk about Jesus. But her story isn’t the same as Rahab the Harlot’s.

      Though a little harsh, I think what you said about that Calvary Chapel church is right. How many people give so much money for a church to just to keep the light on, etc., and pay for the pastor having a new car and big home, and when they don’t even know the people in their church and how sick someone is.

      1. you need to check your this men stealing and robbing people is my fault. i attend this calvary chapel church you are talking about and am not defending this place of worship and my pastor or the name of the church. Am defending the word of god wich is 100% truth and is preach in this church.i come across people like yourself before i was save and now that i am save and walk with jesus,now the i have a personal reationship with christ i can smell pride from far away, you are a proudful person you are the kind of christian that cause quarrel and drive people out of church, you are the kind of person that gives god a bad name.but you know what i do i dont get angry with you i pray that god humble you so you can step dow from that 10 feet ladder you are on. let go of your pride you call people judgemental but you are the one , just ask god to forgive you. I was out of a job for 9 months i did not steal and rob and i attend tis church the robber mention. i was thankful just like i am everyday. i knew god will come trough i had faith . i know he is always on are side he never lives us, is us that walk away like this guy in this video. i can tell you havent learn anything.this men ivarjeld put so much information in this website by now you should know the truth the problem is your pride you think you know more then anyone, god is watching you. he knows every deatail of me as much as yours.just think on how he can use you lets bring people to christ sister ask god to humble us.dont forget about his grace.HERE are the facts god love you we need his love to give to people without him we are nothing. Jesus Christ is the way the truth and the life.

  6. I think this woman was incredibly brave. I know that my heart would be pounding with fear. Her calm was amazing and I do think the Lord used her to turn the man around. I actually feel sorry for the desperate robber. When people are under dire circumstances they can snap.I am not making excuses for him, it is utterly wrong. Without the Lord taking over, I would be a terrified WRECK if I was that girl.

  7. Ivarfjeld the church that the men mention is the church that i attend.I know god is going to bring this men back, god bless the girl for what she did ,from the way she was talking she sound like a new believer in christ this is an example for people especially the lady that is judging this girl she should be ashamed. my prayers is for this man,the girl and the judge mental i pray that god humble us there is to many proudful people.The church that the men mention is an awsome place and i want you to see for yourself and judge for yourself and listen to one of pastor mark balmer teachings you be blessed because the word of god is being preach. the word of god never changes is us men that corrupt the word and refuse to follow jesus the word of god is 100% truth. is us that corrupted. here is the website for my church God bless you, and god forgive us. where is the love of christ. god bless you ivarjeld i see that the way you respond to people and this website christ is in

  8. i live in florida and jobs are really bad to find here in florida my wife is a school teacher and her school lay off a lot of people we need to read mathew 25 over and over again we all need jesus christ ugly fat,poor, rich or whatever. jesus came to save what was lost, we cant forget about grace,just go tou you tube and search for that song amazing grace, beautiful song. i like the part that says “that save a wretch like me, i once was lost, but now i’m found, was blind but now i see. god forgive us when god open the door of hope,the hope for this men in this video and the hope is jesus christ and salvation is through jesus christ only god forgive us for the way we say things and act. am heart felt watching this video but i know god is in control and i have faith in him i know he will make things right.

  9. Victoria you are proud,you are the kind of christian that looks down on young punk like are a groupie christian .god forgive you, i forgive you

  10. Dov i attend this church and how am i responsible for what that men is doing.i am the person that i am because of what jesus christ did for me in the cross.i was out for 9 months without a job i was going to lose my house , i did not go to steal from anyone in fact i did not ask anybody including my family for help , what i did was get in my knees and thank him every day for those 9 months i told god that if i lose everything that i have including my house, wich everything i have he gave to me. i told him tank you for loving me. your son die in the cross for me,am save my family is save. the only thing i need in this life is jesus christ with his word. i coul be living in the street and i still be thankful for saving me. Check your fact here is the website to this cavary chapel maybe you learn something, the word of god is preach in this church and is about bringing the people to christ so they can be save is not about the building or the name of the church or the pastor is about the 100% truth the word of god, and what jesus did wich is in the word of god.This man in this video needs to repent and ask for forgiveness, he should trust god to come true instead of robbing this store how him stealing is my fault . if i know where this men is right now i go find him and bring the word of god to him. dude, i even give him the 300$,and to be honest this men already been reach by a person. check your fact watch a service from pastor mark balmer then talk all you want. am not defending my pastor, am defending the word of god that is preach in this calvary chapel. here is the calvary chapel website,keep praying for this man an this lady at the store. DOV and victoria god is trying to get your attention let go of your pride and go check this website from my church since you are not learning from this website that ivarfjeld just put everything in deatail and he uses the word of god to be honest this is one of the best website i come across the problem is that you people are blind and you cant see the truth that means you need jesus christ to open your eyes. ivarjeld am not trying to be in you side , but god bless you this is a really awsome website dont let anybody take this away from you i know god is pleased with you and with those who are humble, dont let satan take are truth and are joy, we have jesus christ and by the power of his name there is nothing to fear and everything is possible. god bless us. we canbe knuckle heads

  11. Ed, you did the right thing in going to Christ with what you need. We all need to do that.

    I agree with you about your church and pastor. My brother once attended the church I go to. He now is not, and drinks, and possibly does drugs from time to time. The pastor has passed by my mother’s house to speak with him several times, but my bother has not been there. It is no one’s fault but my brother that he left Jesus. My pastor did all he could, including try ot look for him to speak with him. Our pastor can only meet us a certain way. It is up to us to do the rest. Jesus is the only one that can save my brother, no one else.

    From that point on, I left everything in the hands of God.

    God Bless you Ed.

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