Knoxville, TN – May 10, 2021 – Thomas McNeilly, founder of the YouTube channel Temtube, is sharing with the public his newest offering: daily bible verses.
People think that YouTube is all about funny cat videos. But there are channels on YouTube that improve and enrich the spiritual life of people all over the country.
Mr. McNeilly wants everyone to know that they can find inspiration and comfort on his YouTube channel. He offers bible verses as a way to help people deal with the trials of daily life. All of the verses help people understand human nature and the teachings of Jesus Christ.
McNeilly himself was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of five. Nevertheless, he was able to overcome many obstacles and today is able to walk with the aid of a walker. Many cerebral palsy patients spend their entire lives in wheelchairs.
Taking encouragement from uplifting bible verses helps him deal with the ongoing daily trials of his disability. He was inspired to share these verses with others as a way to help them with their own problems, even if they are not disabled.
Mr. McNeilly produces these videos with the hope that the public will tune into this YouTube videos channel and receive courage through the bible verses. But many members of the public think that YouTube videos are only produced in order to make money.
Donations and Subscriptions
Temtube is also announcing that any money that is made from donations and subscriptions will be used to buy equipment for disabled people who cannot afford the proper equipment for themselves. Temtube is not designed as a profit center.
Mr. McNeilly notes that he spent 27 years in a wheelchair until he was able to get the proper equipment to help him learn to walk. With the help of motivation from a personal trainer and with donations from other gym members, he was able to learn to walk with a walker.
Temtube is a YouTube videos channel available to everyone for free. Its founder, Thomas McNeilly, hopes to broaden the audience for bible verses and raise awareness of equipment needs for disabled people.