A Brilliant Speech Of Absolute Truth

I was so touched by the speech I am about to share with you, that I had to take the time to share it with my friends. This speech was given by Dr. Ben Carson, The Pediatric Neurosurgery Director at John Hopkins Hospital, at The National Prayer Breakfast. God Bless him, as he speaks the truth. Please take the time to watch and listen. I think you will be glad you did.

Not only did Dr. Carson speak the absolute truth, but he did it in faith, with courage and conviction and in front of our leaders from both sides of the aisle, including Barack and Michelle Obama, all of which needed to hear it and I truly hope and pray that they are sorely convicted by it, to a point, that they have to act on those principles that he outlined and put the partisan bickering and differences aside and get back to what is really important, leading our nation and serving the people who elected them, doing what is right in God’s sight and for the good of the people they were elected to serve.

God Bless America………….

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3 Responses to A Brilliant Speech Of Absolute Truth

  1. Lovely to see you Niecey :lol:

    Thankyou so much for sharing Dr. Carson’s speech which through it’s sheer logic and simplicity should be an inspiration to everyone. I had seen excerpts during the day but my interest was piqued when watching Bob Beckel on The Five stating that he thought it was disgusting and disrespectful to the President. With this in mind I focused on Mr. Obama’s facial expressions and body language throughout the 27 minutes – his attitude suggested to me that he was bored and would have preferred to have been playing golf. I totally disagree with Beckel – there was nothing disrespectful in the speech – I wonder if his comment was just sour grapes because Dr. Carson offered some extremely sensible suggestions instead of fawning all over the annointed one?

    HUGS ♥♥♥

  2. Gigi says:

    Dr. Carson seems like one smart cookie. I’d love to see him enter the political arena.

    I found President Obama’s body language…strange. He actually nodded off once for about 3-4 seconds…I suspect Michele kicked him under the table. He stifled yawns and his lids were heavy. Being President of the United States of America is an exhausting job I’m sure…I just wish he could have paid a little more attention and learned something. Something that could help us all.

  3. Gigi, the most frustrating thing is that the leaders of both our countries are not willing to negotiate with the opposition party, instead they play political games in order to get the upper hand. Meanwhile nothing gets done, business is left in limbo and the unemployment continues to rise! It does appear that your President and the Democrats intend to carry on in this way with hopes of winning back the House in 2014 followed by a push to elect Hillary two years later.

    I’m sure Mr. Obama will give a rousing State of the Union speech later on today, he will probably promise to create more jobs but his main focus will be on how those big, bad rich people should pay more in order to get things done. If he had listened to Dr. Carson he would realize that America has a huge spending problem coupled with a debt approaching $60,000 for every man, woman and child living in the country which will take decades to repay.

    It’s a pity that the mainstream media will not be interested in Marco Rubio’s reply (unless he says something controversial that they can focus on in order to demean the Republican Party…grrr!!!)

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