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Today at Harvest Riverside and Orange County

November 11th, 2012 Posted in sermons

Today is Veterans Day.
It’s important that we take the time to remember and honor our more then 22 million military veterans. It’s because of their selfless service and sacrifice that we live in a free country today.

I will be interviewing a genuine American war hero today. His name is Captain Scotty Smiley. Scotty is an Army Ranger and combat-diver qualified infantryman, and also is the Army’s first active-duty, blind officer and its first blind company commander. On April 6, 2005, he lost the use of both eyes when a suicide car bomber blew himself up thirty meters in front of Scotty’s IAV Stryker vehicle.

Scotty has an amazing story of courage and faith.

I will also be speaking from Revelation, chapter 12. The title of my message is “How to Overcome the Devil.”

Join us LIVE or watch the webcast at www.harvest.org.

3 Responses to “Today at Harvest Riverside and Orange County”

  1. John says:

    Thank you for your interview with this Godly and very couragous man! Pastor Greg you are always in my Prayers your brother in Christ John

  2. Lawrence Rogers says:

    I listened to Scotty Smiley’s story with admiration and a little shame that his faith is so much stronger than mine. Then I went in to work and got demoted due to restructuring. I can say, I look at the demotion much differently thanks to Scotty and Greg. Now I am looking for what the Lord needs from me, not what I need. Thank you and God Bless.

  3. Karey says:

    I SO highly respect our military personnel. I have worked with the military kids and their families and they make tremendous sacrifices to do what they do for our country on a daily basis. Hats off and a salute to our military!

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