Monday, January 24, 2011

I Ask

Once a newly elected president of the United States of American asked the people of country not ask what the country can do for them, but what they could do for the country. These words have so obviously been forgotten when a large part of our country depend on entitlements from the government or other institutions to live. They ask, “Why does the country not feed me?” instead of growing food. They ask “Why does the country not provide work for me?” instead of making work. They ask “Why does the country not teach me?” instead educating himself or herself. They ask “Why does the country not raise my child?” instead of becoming parenting. These questions continue asking why the country does not kill my child for me, why does the country not accept my perversion, why does the country not simply live my meaningless life for me.


 Well, this individual does not ask those questions. I ask if I can share my faith with my nation to heal it as it has done to me. I ask if I can prompt my nation to follow its own laws. I ask if I can improve my country’s way of life through education. I ask if I can help my nations country by saving their children in the womb. I ask if I can save my country from the agenda of perversion that permeates our nation. I ask if I can make righteousness the norm so much so that evil stands out. I ask what can I do for my country to make it again the beacon for all the world to follow.


Christ has done everything for me, so I ask, United States of America, what can I do for you?