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There is plenty of lip service about peace this time of year. Sadly, tomorrow it will be business as usual.
Maybe instead of decrying it... He should use the power of the church bank account to do something about it.
Is he concerned about the ones being killed by the alleged freedom fighters? Why isn't he and the US government doing something to stop the freedom fighters who are doing most of the slaughter instead of supporting the ouster of Bashar el Assad?
I agree with others. Instead of the decries how about doing something about it? Also how about a public decry for the children that have been molested by the people in your church? How about bringing these sick people to justice? How ever off topic it may sound it's difficult to take anything this religious organization says when it has a trail of victims going back as far as the religion does while new ones keep coming out of the woodwork for the sexual horrors committed by leaders of the church against defenseless children.
Great message, except for the fact that he left out anything distinctly "Christmas". Oops.
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