So I found some old wrapping paper and put my hairbrush in it to give to Cindy…who had beautiful long, thick hair. Then I also wrapped up one of my old Barbie dolls that I didnt play with anymore to give to her as her Christmas presents. I wanted to make sure Cindy would have something to unwrap for Christmas day.
But that’s not the end of the amazing story. Decades later, on Christmas Eve 1906, a 33-year-old university professor (and former chief chemist for Thomas Edison) by the name of Reginald Fessenden did the seemingly impossible—using a new type of generator, Fessenden spoke into a microphone, and for the first time in history, a man’s voice was broadcast over the airwaves! What was the content of this first transmission?
This is not a day or a time for niceties and civility, when faced with such uncivil, hateful evil, that has insinuated itself so far into our society that Americans are seen exhibiting the most reprehensible and despicable behavior, not seen in our country until now. When all of this is embraced by the Democrats, one must ask why anyone would seek compromises that allow the continuation of the destruction of our society.
America is rife with cultural rot and “clever devils,” and one of the biggest reasons is that Christians have largely abdicated the education of our children to those who have mostly abandoned the notion of “just sentiments” and are failing miserably in training students to “feel pleasure, liking, disgust, and hatred at those things which really are pleasant, likeable, disgusting and hateful.”
Tragically, the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in America have proven this wise adage true. In the world today, there are few things more corrupt than the godless government schools that dominate the education system of the United States of America.
Though we may acknowledge Him on our currency, and measure our years from His birth, our only real hope is in His resurrection.