The Reason For The Season

The Reason For The Season, For me anyway

Tonight, one week before we, in the Christian world celebrate the birth of the most important (person) that has every lived, in regards to our western Judeo-Christian civilization, I send my thanks and appreciation to those of you who stand with me in our fight to save our great nation, the last best hope for the world.

While you and I struggle to save our freedoms, billions of others long to have what so many of us have taken for granted for too long. We are standing up for our freedoms now and we will never let up until all our freedoms are once again secure. Secure from the tyranny that surrounds us and seeks to take everything our founding fathers passed on to us. Shame on us for sleeping, but we have awakened and will never let go of our vigilance.

While we celebrate, let us never forget that our leaders are in Europe and the hollowed halls of congress with the hope of scaling back our freedoms and redistributing all our wealth to other nations. Mostly to African, Islamic nations that in return wish to destroy our way of life and the foundation of our freedom, our belief in the one true God and his only begotten Son, Jesus, who was the Christ.

The founding fathers of our nation may not have all been Christians, but almost all believed in God. Benjamin Franklin, about a month before he died, wrote on March 9, 1790 to Rev. Ezra Stiles, President of Yale University.

Franklin wrote, “Here is my creed: I believe in one God, creator of the universe” and “That he ought to be worshipped.” He went to say, “As to Jesus of Nazareth … the system of morals and his religion as he left them to us, the best world ever saw, or is likely to see.” Although Franklin did have doubts about the divinity of Jesus, he went on to write, “having never studied it, and think it needless to busy myself with it now, when I expect soon an opportunity of knowing the truth with less trouble…I do not perceive the Supreme takes it amiss.” He finished with, “having experienced the goodness of that Being, in conducting me prosperously thro’ a long life, I have no doubt of its continuance in the next…”

Franklin may not have been a believing Christian; he did have faith and belief in God. That faith and belief was in the Judeo-Christian God that the civilization of the west was constructed upon.

Our current leader, I fear, does not have the same beliefs that most of the rest of Western world have believed for 2000 years. His eyes do not see our nation, its people and its history in the same way that your and my eyes do. I do not know his true beliefs. Only God does. The things I am sure are these;

1. His father was a Muslim.

2. He spent his formative years in Muslim schools in Indonesia, studying the Koran and Islamic laws.

3. In his first few days as President of The United States, he apologizes to the Muslim world, in a Muslim country for all of America’s sins against them.

4. He said when he spoke out about Professor Henry Louis Gates’ arrest by Cambridge, Massachusetts police Sgt. James Crowley, he said, ““But I think it’s fair to say, … that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home,” The incident, Obama said, showed “how race remains a factor in this society.” Then he has the audacity to say later after the Ft. Hood terrorist attack, “Don’t rush to judgment.” All Americans, I am sure of, know in the hearts and minds that this was a terrorist attack.

I truly hope and pray for our country. And I hope and pray that our leader will meet the reason for the season. That he and his whole staff would come to a true belief in the God above and the saving grace knowledge of his son’s redeeming death upon the cross of Cavalry and his subsequent rising and ascension back to heaven.

I don’t wish to preach, but even without a first hand knowledge of Christ as savior, the tenants of his teachings build a better world for everyone. As Benjamin Franklin also wrote in the letter to Rev Stiles, that god was,” creator of the universe, that he governs it by his providence,…that the most acceptable service we can render to him, is doing good to his other children.” He went on, “I see no harm however in its being believed, if that belief has the good consequence as probably it has, of making his doctrines (Christ’s) more respected and better observed,”.

If you are traveling to or having family and friends at your home, enjoy the time you get to spend with them and cherish each and moment. In a little under two weeks, 2010 begins. It looks to be a bumpy year. Keep the faith! Keep up the fight! Stand firm in your commitment to the 1st Amendment, speak loudly and boldly. Press your State and Federal Officials on the 10th Amendment, they work for us. And remember, the 2nd Amendment protects them all.

Fighting The Fight For American Freedom


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