My heart was truly touched as I watched the Glenn Beck Show from the Alamo. Words cannot describe how I felt inside. As the Lord once said to Elijah, "Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel which have not bowed to Baal, and every mouth which hath not kissed." (I Kings 19:18)
The most touching part of the show was when the lady told the story of William Travis. Legends says that he took his sword and drew a line in the sand. He told the men no help would be coming, and they would be killed. Those who crossed that line would be willing to fight and die for the sake of freedom. All but one man crossed the line.
In the last few weeks my eyes have been opened, just as the Lord opened the eyes of Elijah. Good people are still around. We still have good people who are willing to make a stand for freedom. Just like the men at the Alamo.
Also in the last few weeks I have realized there are two types of people in America, politically speaking. One group believes in human leadership, and they have faith in partisan politics. This applies to both Democrats and Republicans. The other group believes in the Constitution. No one man has the answers to solve every problem. It takes people coming together to form a government where personal freedom is important. Our Founding Fathers belonged to the latter group.
More on this subject will be coming soon.
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P.S. I will be out of town until April 21st. My access to a computer will be limited, but will approve all comments every chance I get. Opposing comments are welcomed. Insults are not.