Daily Letters

A selection of letters received.


July 22, 2004

God is not yet through with us

Dear Mr. President,

Let me start by saying how proud I am that George W. Bush is the President of the United States of America. Our church is praying for you daily. After 8 years of wickedness and corruption at the top level God's people have, once more, through prayer and supplication, birthed into existence the presence of righteousness in the Oval Office. You Mr. President are the sword of the most High to destroy at its roots terrorism in its many guises.

Sir, you will win this election because there are many words from the Lord which are circulating among the brethern that say that it is His determination that because you are a righteous man among men, He will have you for another term. Those who would defeat this nation which He brought forth as a blessing to all nations will be thoroughly crushed by your hand. He has provided for us a man who will do right and who spends a great amount of time in prayer (the servants of the LORD reported that the He had so informed them). One who is not concerned about the Presidency for himself, but one who has determined to do what is right in HIS eyes. Even in your speeches as was Reagan's speeches, there is a greatness in your words which transcend time and space and hearkens to the greatness of the words of our forefathers; eg:Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, Gettysburg Address.

You, sir, cause Americans to have hope that God is not yet through with us for we have always been merciful to other nations in time of trouble. Although you may never get to read this, it has done my soul and spirit much good to have this opportunity to say some good things about a man who will go down in eternity as God's friend--One who would do right regardless of the cost. You fit right in the list of kings in the Bible, "and he turned not to the right or the left, but did that which was right in the eyes of the LORD." Mark the words: You will be vindicated!!!!!!!

A brother

Age 47
South Carolina



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