O HAPPY DAY!
AMERICA HAS ELECTED A NEW PRESIDENT!
day to remember, Tuesday November 4th 2008 will go down in History as Americans by the thousands casts their votes
and awaited the results! I will never forget as I watched the news reporters
announce that State of Illinois Senator Barack Obama won
the Presidential Election to become the first African American President of these United States.
cried for joy and laughed at the same time, a long awaited dream has come true, one of our own in the White House! A man of integrity, whose roots stem back to Africa. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in his famous speech, “I Have A Dream” of seeing this day,
of segregation ending not only in our communities and schools, but in the heart of the Nation itself. For those who marched during the early Civil Rights Movement and are still alive to see this historic occasion,
it is truly a miracle! It has revived our hopes and dreams as a people, and has
caused a divided nation to come together to make a Change!
is difficult and it is not going to be an easy task for our newly elected President, but his slogan is “Yes, we can!”
I believe that when people work together they can accomplish great things, especially
when they acknowledge God and ask for His guidance and direction.
many of us Americans are excited, we are not ignorant of the dangers that await our great Commander-in-Chief. Christians we need to pray as never before and place a hedge of protection around President Elect Obama.
We need to ask God to give him strength and wisdom so that he may lead this Great
asked Solomon what he desired, and Solomon asked God for wisdom. God granted
him his petition and gave him great wealth and prosperity. I truly believe that
when we seek God, He is the one who can deliver us from all evil, and there is nothing too hard for Him.
the days to come we are going to witness changes that will affect the lives of not only this Nation, but people and countries
around the world. Therefore let us rejoice and be glad, and let us also “watch
many that are first shall be last; and the last shall be first.” Matthew 19:30 KJV