I don’t know if this guy is a Christian or not, but this is a very interesting video. Seventeen minutes long, I believe.
“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men”
The devil is a liar.
We know this because God told us this in His Holy Word. Satan is the father of lies. He is a master of deception and the author of confusion.
Through the centuries, history has been rewritten with the help of the evil one. If you asked the typical person on the street about the Crusades, most of them would begin to disparage Christianity and speak of ‘horrors’ committed against Muslims.
Do you remember when Obama spoke of Christian aggression during the Crusades?
Watch Dinesh Desouza’s comments at the 4:27 mark in this video:
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Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on our many blessings. Mary and I have so much to be thankful for. You might be thinking, “but you have ALS, you can’t eat turkey, dressing, and mashed potatoes with gravy. You can’t even eat pumpkin pie with a good cup of coffee for dessert…” Yeah, I think the same thing every year, it’s a real bummer sitting there watching family and friends eat Thanksgiving dinner while the “food” pump next to my wheelchair delivers formula into my feeding tube.
More frustrating than not being able to eat is not being able to speak when family and friends are gathered around our tble. I try to chime in using my computer’s Text-to-Speech app, but it takes me so long to type my thoughts that usually the group has changed subjects two or three times by the time I finish typing…
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Phyllis Beveridge Nissila
Five years ago I posted this story written by my brother-in-law Gene Taylor. I re-posted it two years later.
I think it’s time, again, not only because it is an ageless story of hope lost, then found, but also because in an increasingly polarized and polarizing world saturated with so much anger and violence this simple tale uplifts the spirit of anyone thinking darkness prevails. For the truth is, it needn’t, and all it takes sometimes is just one, even small, light to overcome it.
May your heart be lightened today by what continues to shine here.
The Travelers: A Thanksgiving Story
By Gene Taylor
My mother, Rosemary, was an angry person. She didn’t know why and that bothered her, not so much that she cared about how her anger affected others but that it was a facet of her being that she was not in control of.
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