Some of My History
This article was featured in the April 1 digital-only edition of Street Sense. Until it is safe to resume person-to-person sales, you’ll always be able to find the current digital-only edition at streetsensemedia.org/Digital. Thank you for reading! Please continue to support our vendors through our mobile app (streetsensemedia.org/App).
Greetings, readers! How are you today? I hope all is well with you as it is with me. I am truly blessed and I am grateful to be a Street Sense vendor. We actively help and aid the homeless by helping them earn some income, write resumes, and pursue employment opportunities.
The heavenly Father, God, whose Hebrew name is Yahweh, said: “Blessed are those who help the poor and blessed are those who consider the poor.” My nationality is Hebrew Israelite. My religion is Nazarene, which is a true follower of Jesus Christ. We identify him by his Hebrew name, Yahshua the Messiah. Yahweh told Abraham the Hebrew in the Book of Genesis, that Abraham’s seed would dwell in a strange land and they would be mistreated in that land for 400 years. After the 400 years are up, he would bring his people back with a mighty heart and an outstretched hand.
The first 20 Hebrew slaves were brought to Virginia in 1619. Last year marked the official date of the heavenly father coming back for his people. There is more to come with this prophecy, so stay prayed up and keep your faith in Christ.
Joshua Faison is an artist and vendor for Street Sense Media.