We Need Some Christmas Cheer Here, Folks

All of these stories are so negative today.

I don’t think I had an option, unless I just made up happy stories.

All of the news is bad.

But there is still so much good in the world. You just have to have the courage to go find it. You’re not going to find it in these hollowed-out hellholes of cities.

You have to have the courage to leave. To leave your family. To leave everything you know. And go out into the great wide open of the anti-urban. There, Jesus will meet you on the road, and He will open a path for you.

Here’s the happiness, here’s the joy: God loves you. You were made in His image, and he loves you and He forgives you.

His love and His mercy are boundless. They are infinite. And the only thing that He wants is for you to be everything you can be.

He will make you new again, if you allow Him to.

Check the interview today with Ralph. I think it is good. I think there is some cheer, and some hope.

We are going to win.

God has ordained it.

Your job is only to wake up every morning, and do what’s right. That’s all.

Tomorrow, I take the day off. Except for one post. And it will be a joyful post.

Spend time with your family. Don’t even bother reading about how Donald Trump says everyone should take the vax or how a tranny had sex with a dog. Just be with the ones you love. If you feel that no one loves you, remember that Jesus loves you, and that He is the one with the ability to reward you for the righteousness you do on the earth.

Some day you will die.

Some day you will die.

Some day you will die.

And there will be a record of everything you ever did on this earth.

When you are dead, whatever benefit you thought you got from taking the easy way out will mean less than nothing, and everything that you did because it was right, even when it was so hard it almost broke you, will mean everything.

Only God can save us now, and no man of God ever let sorrow consume him.

Eat, drink, and be merry.

Allow your soul to be filled with a spirit of joyfulness, regardless of circumstance.

Because a child was born in Bethlehem.

God rest ye Merry Gentlemen, let nothing you dismay.

Remember: Christ our Savior was born on Christmas Day, to save us all from Satan’s power when we were gone astray.