Tony Farrell’s Gideon Story with the South Yorkshire Police

28 Sep

While many of my engagements with South Yorkshire Police, both on duty and off, are well-documented elsewhere, seldom have I, until now, given any testimony of my time formerly spent working for The Gideons in Barnsley. However one over-arching memory of that time, somehow seems appropriate to share now, seven years on, as it connects symbolically with the following: the subject of South Yorkshire Police; the role of The Gideons; and the difference between mortality and life – Tony Farrell (Trumpets, Torches and Jars).”

Farrell shares his own Gideon experience with the Chief Constable Stephen Watson of South Yorkshire Police in an open letter on JAHTalk.thefarrellreport.net.

He does so in light of the recent celebration of the South Yorkshire Christian Police Association partnership with Gideon International. Farrell hopes that the Bibles given to officers at the event will not sit on shelves collecting dust; but rather that they start putting God’s Law into effect post haste.

Gideon blew the trumpets as commanded by God. Farrell’s been blowing his shofar to not only bring the walls of corruption down, but also to encourage everyone to do as God commands.

Please read Farrell’s Open Letter “Trumpets, Torches and Jars” and share with others.

The shortlink for this article is http://wp.me/p2TF2i-KQ

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