Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:
I hereby publicly revoke my membership to the Ludowici Church of God. I don’t know what kind of man of God would convict somebody, condemn them and then desert them. I believe pastors are appointed by God to lead his sheep to salvation, not to slaughter.
Jesus had to pay taxes, and he said, “Give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, and give unto God that which is God’s.” And man must obey God’s rule. If it was good enough for him to feed 5,000, it’s going to have to be good enough for you to feed 5,000.
Why can’t the Midway Police Department answer the question I’ve asked? Why are there always so many cars at the police station instead of going around checking trailer parks, banks and other businesses in Midway? They’re always parked there. What’s going on?
To a particular hairdresser in Hinesville, what are you, 12? You go around badmouthing people because they wouldn’t give you a job. Well, thank you for proving my point. You’re not worth the drama.
The war between good and evil is on, and God will let you know whose side he is on. Sometimes he will warn you, and sometimes he comes in a hurry and just shakes the kingdom.
Please send someone with food for the poor people in Midway and Riceboro. When they gave food away in Riceboro or whatever, they just don’t give much food at one time, and they ran out the second day in Midway.
Ananias and Sapphira did not pay taxes in Jesus’ days, and they suffered the consequences because they were very selfish and greedy. I hope this does not pass down to other generations, the Ananias and Sapphiras generation.
Two points about the 2012 presidential election: Point one: Elect someone who knows how to jump-start the economy. Point two: Obama is not that person.
What has happened to Sound off? That’s my favorite thing to read first in the newspaper when it comes three days a week. Would you please put more in Sound off? We enjoy going there for our joy for the day and for a lot of laughs.
Editor’s note: We can only print as many Sound off calls as we receive.
Mr. Law Man, God said “Vengeance is mine,” and he will get it, ‘cause he promised it to you.
To the caller calling about the gift card from Comcast, yes, I, too, was a victim of that. At the local office, I was on time. At the main office, I was late paying my bill. I’m going back to Direct TV. So long, Comcast.