Country Living Series

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Which king will it be, America?

Here's my WND column for this weekend entitled "Which king will it be, America?"

6 comments:

  1. Amen Amen Amen
    Just returned home from hearing about and celebrating the birth of The Real KING. You are so correct,that Christians built our Country. The other side of that coin has been tearing it down, and they have destroyed so much of the fabric, which America was made of.
    Wishing you and your family a very Merry and Blessed Christmas. The same to all who enjoy all you writings and lessons.
    May the real KING bless America.
    MERRY CHRISTMAS

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  2. Well said. The Hebrews once had a Heavenly King, but traded Him for Saul. Modern man is no better.

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  3. Very well said at this most appropriate time of year. I agree 100 percent. The real King endowed us with the beauty of choice, choice in all things we do, say, and think, to follow him or not to follow him. And all he asks in return is to believe in him and do the best we can following his rules (Ten Commandments) for a rich fulfilling life. It's really no more difficult than that.
    And another outstanding pic of the North Country . Thank you for all you do. Merry Christmas and may the Lord bless you in all you do....

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  4. America abandoned God 55 years ago.Today this once-great country is arguably the most wicked nation on earth. God bless America? Why?

    I pray for what rises from its ashes. We are surrounded with God-fearing, home-schooled families. Our Founders would be so proud of them. I believe God is pleased with them. YES, there is hope!
    Montana Guy

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  5. Jesus Christ is the king of kings and the Lord of Lords. All the nation's on Earth would do well to remember that. He did not stay a helpless babe in a manger. I pray that He will show His glory in the year to come.
    Thank you for this wonderful article.
    God bless you and your family in the coming year.
    Sue x

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  6. "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord" Joshua. Better words were not spoken.

    Good reminder of the "King" we choose is the one who "rules". Woe be it to those that choose poorly!

    Merry Christmas to you, Don, and your wonderful daughters! Enjoy them! Wonderful New Year blessings as well.

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