To the Editor,

It is the morning of Dec. 22, 2012 and I decided to write this letter to the Daily Light because I just finished reading the Book of Nahum (a minor prophet) in my Bible.

God had told Nahum to warn the people of Nineveh’s upcoming judgment. Nineveh was the capital of Assyria. These people of this nation had turned their back on God, even though they had become a mighty powerful country in the world. (No one or no nation is greater than God).

My decision to write this letter was because it sounds much like the situation in Washington, D.C., the capital of the mighty nation of America. We have turned our backs on God and in my opinion, are much like the nation of Assyria. We are falling at a mighty rate of speed as a God fearing nation in this world today.

If you have a Bible (written by men and inspired by God) I would suggest you open it to the Book of Hahum and read all three chapters.

I know there are some of you that do not believe in Jehovah God, the ruler and creator of the world. Find someone you know that is a believer and ask to borrow their Bible. One of the listed important messages is, and I quote, “Those who do evil and oppress others will one day meet a bitter end. Believe or not, read it with an open mind and look how closely it fits America.

Please, I am not attacking our present administration, but my attack is director to all of our leaders, past and present. Now, if you try to get back with God or meet Him for the first time, and give Him control of your life and this nation and I am wrong, you lose nothing. However, if I am right and you ignore God and we continue down our present path, “Us Believers” will spend the rest of eternity in Heaven, in fellowship with God. But if you ignore God and try to do it yourself your eternal destiny is in Hell, in fellowship with Satan. Not my words but the words of Almighty God.

God and I love you and my prayer is you will seek out someone to share “The Good News story of Jesus Christ, the Savior of this world.”

Paul Davidson,

Waxahachie