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  • Shenika Tallahassee, Florida

    I love your honesty and willingness to share. Please keep sharing and taking the time to post your thoughts and advice.

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  • WaCarn Solvang,Ca.

    Hi Tyler, I get so excited when I get emails from you. You are so inspirational. You are so talented. You are so on point. You are Blessed, and You are an awesome Leader to all people. Your wisdom builds knowledge in the minds of those like myself to press on, and to move on to the greater things in life. I Believe that something good is happening for Me right now. I have always been a giver. I enjoy helping those who are less fortunate. I Love helping thee physically challeged children, and adults. I help with the sick, and the home bound. I give to the homeless. This is what God ask of us, and is what He wants us all to do, and that is to do for each other, and to be there for one another, no matter what. I get it, and because I get it, I am Blessed. Jesus is the answer to all my prayers. I have a personal relationship with God. Tyler, continue to post all your wonderful messages on your message board. I Love You, and You know God loves You. Keep on keeping on. Have a Bllessed day.

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  • Dayna Huntington Beach, Ca

    I just want to say that I relate to you and your mother. My mother, whom is still with us, taught me the very same things - Morals, values and about Jesus. She, too, has no legacy to leave us, but she has given me is wisdom on how to live, how to love, and how to respect. There are many quotes that I live by because of her. I am grateful to God, that I have had the opportunity to say "Thank you" to my mother for all that she has given, because what she gave has left me far more rich and wealthy than most. I am not rich or wealthy monetarily, but I am rich and wealthy with my Jesus and my family. That is priceless! I pray that my daughter will one day feel the same way about me....Thank you for who you are in Christ, because all that you share is, indeed, invaluable! God Bless!

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  • Sarah Simpson Portland, Oregon

    Mr. Perry, you are truly a blessing to me! Words cannot express my gratitude to you for sharing your heart-felt inspirations! I have reviewed all of your clips and received a confirmation on the direction God is taking me. Truly, my brother, you are anointed with the Holy Spirit! You are a messenger of God! It is not surprising that He has blessed you so greatly. Each story warmed my heart, but I was really drawn to the foster children and the little boy who was trying to choose which shirt he was going to buy. I was raised in foster care and I know how that Baby must have felt. May God bless you even more for your giving to those who are less fortunate than you; may it return to you pressed, down shaken together, and running over. In Jesus' name, Amen.

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  • Patricia Anderson 206 South Franklin st.

    Thank you ,very much for the inspiration to know that someone understand means the world only God knows and what comes from the heart reaches the heart.

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  • Gloria Fox Atlanta, G.A.

    As I sit here weeping at the different recorded messages all I can say is Thank you.. Now I know why I've chosen you to be my role model. I've said it once and I will say it again you are definitely an Elijah to me and I am your Elisha learning from your every word and example.. I'll love you for life. Everyone can value from the wisdom God's placed in you and I thank him for choosing someone as humble as you to use..

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  • Sandra kcmo

    I have been in search of God all my life. My mother didn't take me to church, I went sometimes with friends of the family to different churches and I went to a few on my own as I got to be a teenager. I have never found a place to belong. I have four children and I have taken them to several churches also but we have not been lucky. Maybe I am looking for the wrong thing, idk but I know my children need something. I have one boy and three girls. They have a father that literally lives around the corner but chooses not to be in their lives. My youngest girl takes it the hardest. She is so hateful and mean and so sweet at the same time and I want to help her so bad but I don't know how. she loves her dad so much but he doesn't give it back, she has contemplated suicide and spent a week in a mental hospital, he never showed up. My 19 yr old who had some yrs with her father before he changed also tried to commit suicide the same yr. the middle girl was born with a birth defect and use to ask me all the time why doesn't my daddy love me, shes had over 33 surgeries and he has probably been to 3 of them. The only one that doesn't seem to be too affected is my son who is 13 but I see him reaching out to other men in my family for a father figure. I know a relationship with God would help them so much but I don't know how to give them that, I don't even have it. I don't know what to do anymore.

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    • cita md #1628770

      I have been where you are with 4 children as well. My children have the same issues as yours. Including the evil but loving one. Im here to testify that God and a steady loving Church is the key to it all. I chose to bring my kids to the alter every sunday . Now the evil one is grown very loving and tides at church as well as takes herself to the alter every sunday. She's 23 now just broughther own home graduated from Cornel university is getting her masters at George town and the others are doing the same. I this to say with Gods help all things are possible

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  • Jasmine Chicago

    Tyler, thank you for your words of wisdom. It seems that the world is down on faith, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for speaking so highly of your faith. God is so good and he always makes a way out of no way. I recently lost the use of one of my arms and I must say has been extremely life changing, but GOD has been my everything in life and will continue to be the forefront in my life. No one will hire me because of my arm situation, even though I have over 13 years of experience and a Bachelor and M***** degree to back my experience up. Without him, my path could have been so different (I may not be here to day). I thank for spreading such positivity and continuing to put God first. I wish you nothing but eternal success and happiness. May God continue to be the head of our lives and bless you in all aspects of your life. Be blessed and never stress because God will always make a way.

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  • Mary Shreveport, La

    Ohh! Brother Perry you made my night. I just finished listening to all your messages and I want to thank you. I am 64 years old now and there are so many things I want to do before I \move to my eternal home and it seems I am moving slow. From tonight on I will concentrate on one thing at a time and I will do what I can with the little I have. I never cease to thank God but tonight my thank yous will spread to even thank God for the little things as well as the great. My children often thank me for the values I instilled in them. We did not have a lot of material things but we had love and that love comes back over and over now that I have grand and great grandchildren. I know that whatever God has for me is for me and I am standing on His Word and I will see my dreams fulfilled. Thank you so much and you are welcome to call me everyday or anyday you feel a need to talk with your mom. I can't take her place but I will make a good substitute. My mother left here when I was 13 and I still talk to her and my husband who has been gone for more than 22 years. God is a great God. Goodnight now son.

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  • Pamela Fitzgerald Powder Spring, GA

    Okay, so I listened to your how to be successful video and ran accros this one. It made me think about me and my two son's, one 18 and 15. I love my boys but I sometimes wonder if my decisions and the choices I have made, how will they affect them. I am divorced and I moved to Georgia and have been here since 2004. I wanted a better life, a good life for them. So since I have been here on my own, I have worked two jobs and at one time I was working full time and going to school. I wanted to make things better for them and myself, I didn't want to settle for just being. I wanted more. At the time they would come home from school and I would be at work or class. Sometimes I feel guilty for leaving them. I struggle with what I should have or could have done. Did they feel alone? or abandoned? what went through their minds at those times. I always let them know I love them and I did communicate with them often. I just really hope and pray that was enough.

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  • Ne Little Rock, AR

    Hello Tyler, I just finished listening to your video messages and I enjoyed them all; they were indeed very inspiring and on point. Im glad you took time out to make them. I know they are a blessing to me and others as well. Take care ok?

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    • Carol Houston, Texas #1636242

      Thanks for being so transparent, your growth through all of your pain has and is helping me to grow. I have a personal (career) question. Resigned from my teaching job, on the brink of a better position (Boys & Girls' Club) , want to make a greater positive impact in my church and community. Please give me suggestions.

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  • Anita Stevens Woodbridge, VA

    I want to thank you for all of your comments. I needed to hear all of them and they blessed me. You are so right on all the comments you made and sometimes we have to be reminded of some of the comments that you made to help us with our belief in ourselves and who we really are verses what we think we are. God is the answer and I give God all the praise. I thank God for you and your God fearing Mother. With your mother's teaching, love and spiritual upbringing she brought forth a son that Blesses us all beyond measure. I do thank her.

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