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Well as we discussed there's a new balance and political power in America but is that enough to build confidence.
In the American people.
With the job rate holding at nine point 6% some Americans are still filled with uncertainty.
And today's installment of beyond the dream Joe posting discusses how he believes America still has a future.
And I hope.
Quit worrying about what you don't -- and just be the best team that you can possibly been.
Joe hosting as one of America's leading pastors with a vibrant ministry he's in touch with the Americans who -- birdies reeling from unemployment.
A troubled economy.
And a lack of trust of political leaders to all of those concerns Joe offers -- reassuring message of hope.
I think it's important that we find the good things in America and we get a -- -- it will -- and be grateful for what we do you have you know sometimes you just say thank god that I have my health I have my family and maybe the economy is low but there's other things that we do happen -- -- so important that we stay positive and hopeful.
Could we get bitter and negative it just makes matters work.
This week's historic mid term election is change the makeup of congress giving Republicans control over the house.
President Obama -- frees -- the house speaker John Boehner are talking about finding common ground.
Posting would like to see Americans find common -- as well and Wally doesn't deal in politics he does deal in reconciliation.
He would like to see stability returned to America as suggests that begins with something very basic and -- it starts with.
Respecting one another mean we're all passionate about what we believe -- I think that you can hold each other and respect and treat him with you know compassion with kindness.
I think that's where it all starts I think sometimes we let our guard down and we let our.
You know we we say things that we should mean we we don't displayed the kind of character that makes America great.
During a visit -- Lakewood church in Houston he explained to me how the church's fathers -- -- is helping families deal with today's economy.
Joe on this team strive to encourage and inspire people to keep the faith.
The stay positive and get the help.
They need -- sometimes people need more than hope just something that they hear in their ears they need food they need other things and so.
We try to do everything that we can't from feeding the homeless and hungry to clothing people to would do job -- here at the church.
Will provide clothing for people to go do get an interview.
We did a thing without all the banks in -- not here not long ago where we talk to people how to refinance and how to not lose their home for the best that we can.
So it's just all about practical ways have.
How can we impact in other -- like you said the dish with words but with the.
Jolie certainly someone who has achieved the American dream but each day he wants to share.
Living with an attitude of helping others live their best life now.
That's what life is all about.
You know what we all gone we -- -- the end of -- life.
In the positions of great you know they can make life better but it's going to be the lives that we touched and that the people we help to -- -- said -- also told me he believes his role in America is to be a voice of hope a voice of encouragement.
And while it may be in tough in today's world he seeks to remind us that each day is a gift.
And we should -- by doing something good to help each other be the best that we can be.
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