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"Heavenly Father, we come before you today to ask your forgiveness and to seek your direction and guidance. We know Your Word says, "Woe to those who call evil good", but that is exactly what we have done.
We have lost our spiritual equilibrium and reversed our values. We confess that.
We have ridiculed the absolute truth of Your Word and called it Pluralism.
We have exploited the poor and called it the lottery,
We have rewarded laziness and called it welfare,
We have killed our unborn and called it choice,
We have shot abortionists and called it justifiable,
We have neglected to discipline our children and called it building self-esteem,
We have abused power and called it politics,
We have coveted our neighbor's possessions and called it ambition,
We have polluted the air with profanity and pornography and called it freedom of expression,
We have ridiculed the time-honored values of our forefathers and called it enlightenment.
Search us, Oh, God, and know our hearts today; cleanse us from every sin and set us free. Guide and bless these men and women who have been sent to direct us to the center of Your will and to openly ask these things in the name of Your Son, the living Savior, Jesus Christ.
Amen" ~ Reverend Joe Wright, before the Kansas State Legislature, 1996

It's Christmas. Why not drop by Soldiers Angels and send our military some Christmas Cheer? You don't have to know a soldier's name just purchase a package, click 'for any soldier', and you're done. Soldier's Angels do the rest for you. Maybe you could even adopt a soldier to correspond with while you're at it.

The following groups are also taking donations:

Any Soldier
Treat Any Soldier
The Care Package Project

By the way, feel free to send letters and 'care' packages anytime during the year, not just Christmas. Everyone loves a surprise.

  • Our boys in action A beautiful pictoral blog of our miltary.

  • The children of Iraq Our military showing their softer side.(Via My Pet Jawa)

  • Shovel Ready Gifting Our Public Servants Get off the stick consumers. Tis way past time to do your patriotic part to bolster the economy. Shop early, stay late. Not enough names on your gift list? Super size it with public servants. Past, present, and future. National and local. Now you're spending like an eggnog addled sailor! (Via Blogger News)

  • It's A Wonderful Life. I know the guy's just kidding around, and some of it's actually kinda funny. But man, when you start mocking It's A Wonderful Life, you put yourself on the fightin' side of me, as a great American once said. (Via Cold Fury)

  • While we're talking classics. LONDON (Reuters) - Oliver Twist wouldn't have needed any more gruel in real life, scientists said Thursday. Looks, to me, like more tax dollars at work. (Via Yahoo News)

  • Toy Soldiers WW2 Plastic Nazis are winning! In Europe, that is. (Via The Drawn Cutlass)

  • So much for being a good samaritan LOS ANGELES - Proving that no good deed goes unpunished, the state's high court on Thursday said a would-be Good Samaritan accused of rendering her friend paraplegic by pulling her from a wrecked car "like a rag doll" can be sued. (Via Yahoo News)

  • President Reagan's favorite Christmas Present "Christmas has always been a very special day for as long back as I can remember," Ronald Reagan once wrote in a letter. "Maybe this was due to my mother and her joyous spirit about the day." (Via GOP USA)

  • Speaking of gifts Speaking of gifts. Burger King launches beef-scented body spray. Just don't give any to your neighborhood mail carrier. .(Via Ohio)

  • Lose the pointy shoes guys It all began with Santa and the elves. You see, Santa used to wear shiny black work boots. Form met function. (Via Pajamas Media)

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    Comments (15)

    Melissa, Thanks fo... (Below threshold)


    Thanks for that post today. I do that frequently myself personally to justify the evil that I do sometimes -- to try to excuse it in some way. We most certainly do that as a nation and I hope that God will still be merciful to us and not let go his hand. I hope we will turn to Him still as a nation. Merry Christmas to everyone here at Wizbang, including the liberals. Though I personally hate your guts, He loves all and awaits to quickly come to us as the father ran to meet the prodigal son when he turned his heart toward home.

    We've sponsored/adopted 9 s... (Below threshold)

    We've sponsored/adopted 9 so far through Soldier's Angels. I'd adopt them ALL if circumstances permitted.

    One of them ,we discovered, lives 8 or 9 miles from us, and we've developed a good friendship with him and his wife, and their 2 GREAT kids, aged 4 and 6.
    Can't do as much as I'd like, but at least we can do SOMETHING to show appreciation for these people.

    "I personally hate your gut... (Below threshold)

    "I personally hate your guts" - nehemiah

    The feeling is mutual, nehemiah.

    Who Would Jesus Hate?

    Thank you Irongrampa<... (Below threshold)

    Thank you Irongrampa

    Our first adopted soldier was KIA. Our second has never replied, which is okay, we understand he's quite busy. His wife sends an email every once in a while to let us know how he's doing. We found they live in an area of a state we frequently visit in the summer so we're looking forward to meeting them next year.

    Jesus certainly didn't like... (Below threshold)

    Jesus certainly didn't like the Pharisees.

    By the way, I'm not Jesus. I'm a human being, capble of evil just like you, max.

    By the way, max, here's your Christmas present:

    Obama is a dumbass.

    "By the way, I'm not Jesus.... (Below threshold)

    "By the way, I'm not Jesus."

    Not sure where that came from, but you'll get no argument from me on that point. I was under the impression that being a Christian meant trying to live like Christ. Hence all the "WWJD" BS. Apparently nehemiah, like many CINO's believes they can decide which tenets of the faith they want to abide by and which they can ignore. Rational people call that hypocrisy.

    By the way, nehemiah, here's your xmas present:

    There is no god.

    So, you believe that there ... (Below threshold)

    So, you believe that there is no God but know what Christ thinks and what Christians should believe.

    Well, fk you. That comes from my Christian heart. And that goes for your family of losers too. May they turn out just like you next year. Merry Christmas.

    Amen, nehemiah. Only a true... (Below threshold)

    Amen, nehemiah. Only a true hypocrite could write that.

    So you got that going for ya.

    Which is nice.

    Thanks max.Merry C... (Below threshold)

    Thanks max.

    Merry Christmas.

    Okay you two, Nehemiah, Max... (Below threshold)

    Okay you two, Nehemiah, Max, cool it. I've been refereeing my two kids ages 12 and 10 all day long only to check in here and find I have 2 more kids duking it out over what they do and don't believe.

    I posted a prayer. Believe in God or not, your choice, but don't turn my post into a battle ground, please.

    My favorite part of the Rea... (Below threshold)

    My favorite part of the Reagan story, Melissa:

    "Perhaps those lean years are one reason why Ronald Reagan once said a particular Christmas gift was especially memorable for him. It was his favorite gift and it came from his brother Neil. He called it "a gift truly in keeping with the spirit of the day." Neil had been struggling to find a suitable gift for his brother; they both were middle-aged adults and both men had successful careers.

    Neil solved his dilemma by writing a letter. In the letter, Neil told his brother he had found a truly needy family with small children "who wouldn't go to bed with dreams of Santa Claus in their head." Ronald Reagan recounted how his brother Neil changed that and "became Santa himself, providing a Christmas from tree to turkey plus toys and gifts for all." Included in Neil's letter was a very detailed blow-by-blow account describing the "joy of the children and the grateful happiness of their mother."

    May you and your family have a truly blessed Christmas. As dismal as the elitists have made this world, we know how the story turns out. "The Kingdoms of this world are become the Kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ. And He shall reign forever." We are not fooled any more by unlawful and unholy spiritualism, for we know the one and only God of the Universe and His one and only Christ will restore the world without the corrupt money changers. The same ones who have profited from innocent blood lie and say "there is no God and no Christ".

    Well, here is his answer to them: "And then will I profess to them, I never knew you: depart from me, you that work iniquity." That does not mean, "Go stand in a corner..."

    Merry Christmas Melissa! :) :) :)

    Yes'm. He started ... (Below threshold)


    He started it.

    I like Reverend Joe Wright ... (Below threshold)

    I like Reverend Joe Wright a lot better than Reverend Jeremiah Wright. But I suppose that makes me a racist. Nevermind.

    "I like Reverend Joe Wright... (Below threshold)
    daniel rotter:

    "I like Reverend Joe Wright a lot better than Reverend Jeremiah Wright." But I suppose that makes me a racist."

    No, that just makes you inconsistent, for Joe Wright's little "prayer" that Mrs. Rogers posted is just the right-wing equivalent of some of the America-bashing nonsense that got JEREMIAH Wright in trouble. And what the heck is "spiritual equilibrium" anyway?

    yikes, meant "Mrs. Murphy..... (Below threshold)
    daniel rotter:

    yikes, meant "Mrs. Murphy..."






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