It Rained

We The People in order to form a more perfect union

Please accept my apology for my website’s service over the past few days. I am working to improve the experience, and I hope you will have a happy and satisfying user experience when you visit.
That’s not the reason I’m writing you today. I have had a lot on my mind and must share it. I have to get this off of my chest.

I want you to know that your continued involvement in righting our country has been on my mind. The anonymous folks that go about their day. They are doing the right thing and not worrying about who gets the credit. These are the people that make the Sun come up on those days it doesn’t want to get out of bed.

Liberty was secured for us. Our forefathers ensured that their posterity would have the opportunity to experience Liberty. Whether during the freedom of peace or the tumult of war. Their posterity, Us, “We the People” are here now, looking at quite a mess.
We still have our Liberty, but I fear for it. Over the next several months, expect our determination to be tested, determining the makeup of our constitutions.

It is to be seen whether we can recover from the psychological beating our youth have been taking.
Are you a man?
Are you a woman?
Would some body modification suit your mood today?

It is troubling and evident to the astute that we are being set up for a significant fall. By weakening our youth, will we have enough strong hands when the time comes, like it did for our forefathers. Will we continue to secure the blessings of Liberty for ourselves and our posterity?
We have a lot to ponder. The power of prayer is our force multiplier. Do humble yourselves before God. Be confident that our God knows no irreparable situation.
We are children of God. Don’t be afraid to ask. God will give it to you. So many of us prayed for rain. God gave us rain. God will provide us with so much more. Our domestic tranquility is our obligation. We are tasked with insuring it. I pray daily for these things. I pray for the constitution to see them through.
We must maintain our strength. Becoming weak-willed will forfeit our general welfare. The adversary will capture our Union, and we will be lost as a Nation.
You are obligated as a human, not just an American, to these principles. They are promises that our God has made to us.

I have a real treat for you. My dear friend Sharon Green has written a great American novel. I suspect the future will remember her like Harriet Beecher Stowe. Uncle Tom’s Cabin changed lives. It touched the heart of President Abe Lincoln. It grabbed America’s attention and put the record of who can be a hero and who is a villain to the test.
Of course, this is the 21st Century. We have a changing tide of reality in front of us, and this book pulls at the nature of what it is to be a man, and how it is to be a hero. It touches on what is right, and that which is wrong. You will laugh. You’ll cry. Don’t forget a hanky. You will need it. It’s available on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles. Simply search for “When You Feed Strays and Gays.”
I found an Indy bookstore that will ship it fast.
Sharon has ordered a crate of books and will sign them if you wait for their delivery. You can order a signed copy of her work here.
It’s easy enough to read as an ebook, while you wait for your signed paperback. So go ahead and splurge. It is okay to order both.

Jim Watkins


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