When the deputies of the Kinney County Sheriff’s Dept. are out on patrol, they are surrounded by prayer and God’s Word. Literally.
Every patrol car is adorned with a Bible verse. One officer, for example, has a passage from Ephesians emblazoned on his vehicle.
“Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil,” the verse read.
The Texas border community is facing a clear and present danger from the illegal alien invasion – including drug cartels.
Kinney County Chief Deputy Armando Garcia told The Center Square that the Bible verses are “important because God is our true one leader.”
“I am a Christian and I trust in God. In a lot of the dangerous situations I’ve been in, I believe he’s the only reason I’ve come out of those situations,” Garcia said.
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