Friday, December 11, 2020

#GeorgiaOnMyMind - A Christmas Carol

#ProjectVictoryAmerica choir - 144,000 voices, 1 song.  Rehearsals now through January 1 via social media. “This great choir sang a wonderful new song in front of the throne of God and before the four living beings and the twenty-four elders. No one could learn this song except the 144,000 who had been redeemed from the earth.” Rev 14:3

 By Stephanie Walker Stradford and Eric Stradford, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired

AMWS December 12, 2020, Atlanta – All across America, voters (on both sides), are anxiously anticipating an historic outcome for the 2020 elections. December 14th is the first day for early voting in the Georgia Senate runoff.  This special election seats the last two and the majority of 100 U.S. Senators.   50 to 50 is the Senate’s new bipartisan reality, with Kamala Harris, the President of the Senate, holding the tie-breaking vote. 

Nearly 4 million Georgians voted early for the November general election, breaking the state’s early voting record, and electing its first Democrat for president since 1992.   By election day, 51% of all Georgians registered had voted.

Since election day, the COVID-19 death toll has continued to claim American lives. With a possible treatment just getting started, most everyone’s hope for this Christmas is less.  About 79% of adults in Georgia relate Christmas to the birth of Jesus the Christ. 

Which brings us to Georgia’s role in Healing The Soul of America.  A plan is already unfolding to demonstrate the aspiration, “One nation under God.”  On the way to January 5, Georgia needs to feel ya America.  The clear choice for Georgia’s future is allegorically embedded in its constitutionally ordained values.

For all purposes, the Jan 5, 2021 Georgia Senate runoff election could be determined by Christmas Day. A little appreciation from #WeThePeople goes a long way in the Peach State.   #NoPoverty2030 is the YouthUSA wish for Christmas.  That means starting now on a 10-year global effort to end poverty.

We’ll want to include Christian leaders on both sides, for a Kairos timeline between our Christmas Carol and a Pre-Palm Sunday report about a preacher and a rich incumbent.  We’re using political pseudonyms to facilitate bipartisan inclusion.

Radical, Raphael” entered Jericho and made his way through the town.  There was an incumbent there called “KellyisforKelly.” She was the chief tax collector in the region, and he had become very rich. The incumbent tried to get a look at the preacher, but was too short to see over the crowd. So she ran ahead and climbed a peach tree beside the road, for the preacher was going to pass that way.

When the preacher came by, he looked up at the incumbent and called her by name. “Kelly!” he said. “Quick, come down! I must be a guest in your home today.”

The incumbent quickly climbed down and took the preacher to her house in great excitement and joy. But the people were displeased. “He has gone to be the guest of a notorious sinner,” they grumbled.

Meanwhile, the incumbent stood before the Lord and said, “I will give half my wealth to the poor, Lord, and if I have cheated people on their taxes, I will give them back four times as much!”

The preacher responded, “Salvation has come to this home today, for this incumbent has shown herself to be a true advocate for #GeorgiaOnMyMind.

Georgia needs to feel ya America .Revelation 14:1-3

CAN YOU SEE IT?  144,000 voices, from all across America, connected singing one song, in perfect harmony, dedicated to family members lost in COVID-19.

Georgia, Oh Georgia

The whole day through

This old sweet song

Keeps Georgia on my mind

Oh Georgia, Oh Georgia

And it’s sung for all of you

Comes in sweet and clear

as moonlight through the pines

Other arms reach out to me

Other eyes smile tenderly

Still in peaceful dreams I see

Oh, the road leads back to you,

Oh Oh

Georgia, yeah, Oh Georgia

No peace I find

Just an old sweet song

Keeps Georgia on my mind

Other arms reach out to me

And other eyes smile tenderly

Still in peaceful dreams I see

The road leads back to you,

oh, oh

Georgia, Georgia


No peace I find

Just an old sweet song

Keeps Georgia on my mind



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