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In this video Joseph Larson is praising God in the Ministry of Jimmy Swaggartt in the United States. Pay attention to the lyrics of this song, it speaks of giving one's life fully to God.
Unfortunately, according to the website: http://www.fmh-child.org/S3.25.12.html
The charming singer who has a wonderful gift to sing to God, do not seem to have borne witness of Christian life and does not correspond with what you say. Very unfortunate it.

"i probably should have given you this a while back, it is last summer's news but surprisingly never made it too far past the inner circle. (I'd love to know if you've already caught word of this). Somehow seems pretty darn relevant to this day. Highly praised FWC vocal soloist a Joseph Larson was "busted" in a fairly well known drug house on Jefferson Hwy between Bluebonnet Blvd. and Essen Lane with marijuana - hardly a mile from the FWC compound. And let's just say it's not the type of place one goes to smoke their first joint. There are quite a few aware of this at the ministry but has been kept remarkably quiet to this day. I'm not an eye witness but i've heard Joseph himself sheepish confirm it. "
Recently I received a message whose content audience below. I sincerely hope that Larson has repented smoking marijuana. So today, October 22, 2012, changed the title of this video: "THE JOSEPH LARSON hypocrite" for "JOSEPH LARSON, The REPENT"

Something I read-"When I say I am a Christian I'm saying I was lost but now I'm found and forgiven. I'm confessing that I stumble and need Christ to be my guide. I'm professing that I am weak and need His strength to carry on. I'm admitting I have failed and need God to clean my mess. I am just a sinner who received God's good grace somehow! If Joseph did what you say, he has found his way back and truly blesses people with the voice God has given him. His voice just gets better and better.

(Comment historian's Valdemir Mota de Menezes, the Scribe)

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