Happy Thanksgiving!

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  1. stu says:

    These are not the words of a deist

  2. brian says:

    I love our nation and I actually agree with Michael Thanksgiving is by far my favorite holiday. It is also one of my most painful. I could blabber on about the evil christian conspiracy but I wont. I understand that is rhetoric and I want to move past that. I am thankful, hopeful, and grateful for God and our Lord Jesus Christ. His redeeming death and resurrection permeates every single aspect of my life. I have tried avoiding that as that is messy but it is what it is. Christmas where the Christ child is born and the many aspects of that I cherish but I struggle with the materialism of the season. I understand materialism is holy and it is the primary focus of the apologetic but I still struggle with it. I count that as sin on my account.

    Stu asked are these the words of a deist? Nope they are the words of a pragmatist that wanted it to be true, it could not pan out that way but that was his hope. I was listening to some lunatic rant about how Washington was a mason and that the constitution was a demonic conspiracy. Granted that is claptrap and well on its face stupid. It is stupid I hope folks get that our nation is not some Jesuit conspiracy, do folks get that. I get a bit of blow back offline concerning that.

    I could raise a whole legion of disagreement, but I will leave it with this, I dont get it, never have.

  3. Happy Thanksgiving all!

  4. And remember, you can’t give thanks without someone to give thanks to.

  5. Dude says:

    Have a wonderfull day with your families and consider opening your heart to sombody who has no place to go on this day.

  6. London says:

    Thanksgiving was not bad this year. Was invited to spend it with some friends and we all had a great time just hanging out.

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