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  1. DLL
    4 years ago

    May Christ bless President Obama and his entire family. May Jesus bless him and guide him away from all the errant policies of his first 11 months in office. May he learn to value God and his gift of life,that enables us all to appreciate each other and see the inherent value in every living being,from conception,to a natural death. We can appreciate the fact that the greatest change needs to be in our own President first and foremost. Than we can pray that the problems that our country has can only be addressed when everyone is bipartisan and cooperating with each other. I again say Merry Christmas President and that the Nativity is a part of the human heart,immersed in a love for God and all humankind.It needs no physical display.It is a part of a committed Christian. Jesus,the center of the focus of a nativity,is the perfect gift of love,the very same love which God himself represents. Amen


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