Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Church Prays For Lower Gas Prices

This Saturday, members of the Beacon of Light Christian Center in Dublin, Georgia plan to actively pray at a local gas station for lower prices. "I want to start a movement," explained Pastor Marshall Mabry. This is the third time the church members have gathered at the town's Kroger gas pumps in prayer. Pastor Marby says: "It's not a white issue, not a black issue, it's a green issue," says Pastor Mabry of the escalating prices. If it doesn't drop down to nothin' but ten cents, I'm happy with that. But what I really want to believe God to do is drop down $1.50, hey, I'm glad with that, too."

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