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Moved By Sight Of Homeless Man Asking For Food, Local Christian Prays Light Would Turn Green

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PHOENIX, AZ—Moved to compassion by the pitiable sight of a homeless man asking for food on the side of the road, local Christian man Paul Coulson prayed the light would turn green so he could quickly drive past without helping the man at all.

The post Moved By Sight Of Homeless Man Asking For Food, Local Christian Prays Light Would Turn Green appeared first on The Babylon Bee.

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The problem is that it is difficult to know who is homeless and who is not . There aren't to many older homeless folks begging for a hand out  because they know where the charity organizations are that feed them and provide some basic necessities . The younger ones are puzzling because they tend to occupy the same location for longer periods of time asking for food . Most kindly persons lend a hand and help them with their struggle with being homeless. But are they really homeless or are they trying to pull a fast one ? That green light would have to be several hours long before one can make that determination . I myself have a problem with those claiming to be homeless veterans . First, are they actually veterans ? And secondly, are they actually homeless ?

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