‘I Do It to Please God’: Missouri Christian Cleans Up Ferguson Following Riots

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FERGUSON, Mo. – A Missouri man is making headlines after he was seen cleaning up the streets of Ferguson, and is telling reporters that he believes that he was led by God to do something positive in the community.

Terrance Williams, 23, is from St. Louis and aspires to become a police officer. Williams says as he watched the rioting on television, his heart broke. He prayed and asked God what he should do.

“My heart just began to cry out to God, and I just asked Him, ‘What can I do? What can Terrance do to go out there and make a difference?’” he recalled in telling his story this week to the Daily Signal. “Later that night, the Lord just put it on my heart, ‘Son, I want you to go out there and I want you to clean up.’”

Williams said that he became excited about the idea, and couldn’t wait to get out on the streets.

Written by Heather Clark
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