Tuesday, December 22, 2009


I would like to take some time here to thank those of you who come here, comment, ponder and offer insight on this blog. You all are very special people to me and the network we have forged is resilient and emergent. Though words are not enough, they are all I can offer you as we look towards Christmas and the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ. His love and His light guide us: That’s the bond we share. Knowing Christ and serving Him in obedience means God stores our treasures in Heaven.



Obama pays now, God pays when the work is done. Render to Obama what is Obama’s and give God what is God’s.


First, I want to thank those who visit this blog from other countries. Those who may be just learning the English language (like me… reference my spelling) or are here in curiosity. Many are in areas where life is hard.


Though times are tough here in the States I can only imagine what it’s like where you are: The Philippines, India, Pakistan, Finland, Malaysia, Japan, Russia, China, Great Brittan, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Iran, Singapore, Sweden, Holland, South Korea, Australia, Laos, Bangladesh, Iraq, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Canada and Mexico. You all have come to read and some to even follow this blog. I am grateful for your time and appreciate you coming and you are always welcome to comment if you care to. May the Love of Christ fill your heart and may he abide there always, and may you be safe from terror and tyranny this New Year. This is my wish for you this Christmas.

Forty one of the 50 states visited here this year, by far a record. You have read and come to see my love for my country. I pray it has inspired you to love America more. The ascendance of the conservative movement with the Tea Parties, the marches on Washington, the Town Hall Meetings and so much more have come to represent a new political awakening in our country. Thanks to Obama, we are strong, alive and energized to take back America and return to what made her great: Christ, Capitalism, smaller Government and the pursuit of goals we can be proud of, not false change, bailouts, corporate welfare and socialistic programs which create and entitlement mentality and dependence.


In 2010 we rise again. Stay energized, stay vigilant and hold your representatives accountable for their votes and their words. My advice is to not give money to the party, but to the candidate you believe will bring us back to common sense in Washington.


Be Bold, Be Strong, and be blessed this Christmas, and may you come to know God better in 2010.

4 comments:

Teresa said...

Eman, you and your family have a most blessed Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

JT Norlander said...

Amen.

Diogenes said...

ESAD

Eman said...

Thank you Mrs. T. And thanks to you as well JT. Love i Christ to you and yours this day and every day. Be safe and well and be with those you love this holiday season.