Thursday, October 24, 2013

Rhetorical questions

Posted on Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 4:00 AM

Is there any hope? What kind of world are we living in? It’s almost like everything is upside down and backwards. The newspaper headlines include wars and more wars, genocide, economic collapse, drought, famines, floods, cancer epidemics, viruses, pandemics, toxic environments, increasing earthquakes, nuclear threats and power grabs. Elderly tourists are held at gunpoint at Yellowstone Park! Forest Rangers are ordered to “Make life as difficult as possible” for citizens! (Illegals, no problem.) Vets and relatives are barricaded from the U.S. War Memorial! Unaffordable health care! Double and triple premiums and deductibles! Many are losing their health care as a result.

Are we about to go over the cliff or have we already gone over? It’s almost like we are leaping towards self-destruction! In a world gone berserk, is there any hope for us?

Let us ask one of the most respected men of the past century, a spiritual councilor to many modern presidents: Billy Graham. Mr. Graham will celebrate his 95th birthday on Nov. 7 with a message especially for America at this critical time. The My Hope America message titled “The Cross” will be airing all over the United States and Canada from Nov. 7 to Nov. 10. It will also be available on demand, via DVD and internet streaming, along with “Defining Moments” and “Lose to Gain” bonuses.

“The Cross” will contain life-changing testimonies and one urgent message from Mr. Graham filmed at his North Carolina mountain home earlier this year.

Donna Lundquist

Fort Benton

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