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Mr. Veverka's words are not uplifting but God's holy word is

To the Daily Sun,

Dear Mr. Godbout,

First Let me thank you for your service in USAF, I respect that, now I can't say I served in the armed forces, my calling in life was to serve as a minister of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, which I have spent over fifty years doing so from Ireland to New England to California.

As a Born Again Christian we are to love all people, but not love what they say, or do, or speak, but have the right to respond to what he says, he insults the fellow Americans, also Christians. As a Christian, I believe God's holy word tells us how to live. Mr. Veverka is not uplifting in what he says, God's word is.

Our nation is under attack, but listen, the United States of America Federal Reserve Note, which is legal, says "In God we Trust," I believe that and so does Tilton, Northfield, Belmont and Laconia.

To mock Americans  faith in God, is anti-American, that is why I say, Mr. Veverka's letters are shameful, but he has the right to express his views.

But I will contend with his views, why? Because God tells us, "Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of the world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. (Eph 6: 11-13)

The United States gives me freedom of speech, but greater than any nation or person, God gives me freedom, that allows me to proclaim Jesus Christ, as savior, and Lord, of the whole earth.

I thank the Daily Sun for allowing my letters to be printed, not only Mr. Veverka, but mine also, also yours Mr. Godbout, God Bless you, have a happy new year.

William "Liam" McCoy

Belmont

 
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