Inauguration Day Thoughts


It’s been a bumpy ride, hasn’t it?!

Today the 45th President of the United States of America will try his hand at guiding the Shining City on the Hill. As Mr. Trump slips into the well-worn saddle of President’s Past (being careful to watch for tack’s left by the departing petulant child) and recommences the reins of power, I pray that only goodness and honesty will flow from this new President’s pen.


As most readers know, President Donald J. Trump and Vice-President Michael R. Pence, are left with a once fine Country nearly in ruins.

My humble prayer is that our leaders will always seek the One who guides the best, Jesus Christ our LORD God. There’s nothing like time on one’s knees to feel refreshed afterwards. Along with those noble thoughts, let me add, our Nation as a whole must also desire to live morally and lawfully or all is indeed lost. For no amount of legislation can fill a heart with pride. Only living righteously, soberly, neighborly can. Government is it’s citizenry, you know. We as citizens must be vigilant to always be Just. I pray that exactly as our godly Forefathers before us practiced when there was injustice, let us also strive to have patience, always displaying a strength of conviction for justice, and to live lawfully.

If we follow these actions we can be lifted from the mire of the previous Socialist administrations. America may indeed be great again. From our President we require the same and it will also involve lots of ink. May that ink flow with righteous indignation to stop the ever advancing tide of criminal wickedness of the previous Administrations.

Even though I place all my faith in God, not mankind, I speculate that things will improve. This fills me with a joyful anticipation that hasn’t been felt in a long time.

Welcome back America. I’ve missed you.


God Bless America!

Sparky plain black

9 thoughts on “Inauguration Day Thoughts

  1. What thoughts of refreshment these are. Truly, a nation is only as moral and just as the hearts of it’s people. May Almighty God have mercy on us and grant us a time to rebuild, not just our nation but, more importantly, our national character.

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  2. Yes, that petulant child has left behind a scorched Earth, indeed…great post Sparky…Liam came in and goes, “Oh what a great day!!! Let’s pray President Obama doesn’t cause anymore harm in the 4 hours he has left.” Amen, son, amen.

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    1. Quite right! “O” has tried to leave a scorched earth Presidency for sure.
      Liam has such wisdom for one so young. Not surprised, he has good parents.
      Luv ya ~:)


    1. Thank you Andy! That’s very kind. I know these are not original thoughts in any way. It’s comforting to know a lot of Christians are of the same mind-set. Onward and upward, ‘ey!? May the LORD bless and keep you.

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