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Saturday, November 24, 2012



Yes, all hail to the KING OF KINGS, LORD OF LORDS,for who is like unto him? And may the Lord Jesus, Creator and Redeemer of the universe, deliver us in the U.S. from the incipient and evil tyranny now residing in the White House!

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Christ is the King, the only One there is, & we have in this world & in the life to come, when He himself, shall come in glory to judge the living & the dead.

God almighty loves us, & gave us His best: His only Son. We should give God, our best, the best there is.
The Three Magis, who took gold, frankincense, & myrrh to the stable, teach us a profound lesson, in gift-giving to the Lord.

For me, I do not just understand the point, when the others say, the house of the Lord, His mystical body should not be adorned with the best there is, & we have. What really could we give, that is enough for the gift of God, in Christ Jesus...

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