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Old 02-04-2013, 03:42 PM
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Translation: "God wanted those men to be killed so Ray could become a better person and change people's lives. If the victim's families do not understand that they are stupid."

At least that what I heard...

Its also entirely possible he didn't understand the question.

Or anything Sharpe said.
Seriously, that's kind of what it sounded like. That and the proof of his innocence is that God uses him for His glory, and he wouldn't use a murderer for His glory.(I guess he never heard of Saul-Paul) So Ray is a self-appointed vehicle for God's glory I guess.
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:58 PM
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Seriously, that's kind of what it sounded like. That and the proof of his innocence is that God uses him for His glory, and he wouldn't use a murderer for His glory.(I guess he never heard of Saul-Paul) So Ray is a self-appointed vehicle for God's glory I guess.
Ray also said he "laid his hands on Jones' chest" before the TD return (or game I missed that part). Someone asked what he thought about Jones and he started to tell that story and then said "I'm not gonna tell that. That's his glory. Let him tell you. But I laid my hands on him because I knew that was what I was supposed to do."

So I'm think that he's like that character from "The Green Mile" and the only reason he had blood on him in Atlanta was because he was trying lay his hands on them to heal them.

But he was too late boss.

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Seven tackles and one "sack" when the QB slid in front of him.

However during the post game he was asked about Jones and he said he laid his hands on Jones chest because "that was what he was supposed to do" before the run back.

But he didn't want to tell the story because it was "Jones' glory".

Now he's a miracle worker.

Maybe he had all that blood on him because he was trying to bring those two guys back to life like the character in the "Green Mile"?
Did he really say that? If so, it has reached a point more nauseating than one could even imagine.
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Did he really say that? If so, it has reached a point more nauseating than one could even imagine.
I have a pretty big wiener to begin with but I've always wanted like 9 inches or so...do you think I could get that if I have the Prophet Ray lay his hands on it? Do I need to provide the deer antler spray or does he bring that with him?
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:32 PM
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Did he really say that? If so, it has reached a point more nauseating than one could even imagine.
It was on the NFL network around 11:45 last night. It looked like a press conference but not the official one.

I was stone cold sober so I don't think I imagined it! LOL!
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I have a pretty big wiener to begin with but I've always wanted like 9 inches or so...do you think I could get that if I have the Prophet Ray lay his hands on it? Do I need to provide the deer antler spray or does he bring that with him?
No spray needed. Ray has magic hands.
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....at least Boomer had the nuts to say he ain't buying it.
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No spray needed. Ray has magic hands.
Sounds like an actual testimonial
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It was on the NFL network around 11:45 last night. It looked like a press conference but not the official one.

I was stone cold sober so I don't think I imagined it! LOL!
How much longer until he has his own evangelical show?
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How much longer until he has his own evangelical show?
Like Deion Sanders did!

Until he said God told him to not pay for some auto repairs...its kind of went from this:



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pretty quick after that...even though he WON the case! LOL!
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Ray also said he "laid his hands on Jones' chest" before the TD return (or game I missed that part). Someone asked what he thought about Jones and he started to tell that story and then said "I'm not gonna tell that. That's his glory. Let him tell you. But I laid my hands on him because I knew that was what I was supposed to do."

So I'm think that he's like that character from "The Green Mile" and the only reason he had blood on him in Atlanta was because he was trying lay his hands on them to heal them.

But he was too late boss.

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Did he really say that? If so, it has reached a point more nauseating than one could even imagine.
Here's the clip:

http://www.961kiss.com/pages/freaksh...ticle=10766356
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