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A Soldier Finds the King

“And there will be wars and rumors of wars”. This has been true for centuries now. Nations rising against nations and selfish rulers rising up against each other in never ending power struggles. As it has been in the past, so it is now. The only differance I see in these times is the battles are capable of far more distruction than in the wars of the past.

Many famous leaders of war are remembered in the history books. Some fighting for good, some trying to blanket the world with evil. They will be remembered and talked about, but what of the ordinary soldiers under the command of these leaders? Do we remember them individually? No, they are forgotten pawns of their leaders, but God remembers them and even the number of hairs on their heads.

This song is for them. If they found Jesus, like the soldier in this song, they will never be forgotten by the King of Kings.

Merry Christmas to all of our soldiers who won’t be home this Christmas and Merry Christmas to all.

Your friend, Harley

 

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About Kathy

I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I still work part time as a bookkeeper at the little hardware store in our small town but I still had free time to fill so I became a blogger here at The Harley Factor. I also am a compulsive beader so I started a beading blog to show off my bead work call Compulsive Beading. As I have gotten older and mostly wiser I have become very opinionated on a lot of subjects and will share them with you from time to time when I can't keep my mouth shut. Kathy Sinclair

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