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1/4/16 at 03:42 PM 0 Comments

2016 Precept: Jesus, We Trust In You.

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2016. This year has been on the minds of countless patriots for a long, long time. With the election of a new president, 2016 represents a pivotal shift. No doubt, we will face changes along with many highs and lows as a nation. After all, we always do. With that said, we need to be ready and we can be ready. How? By having faith. Faith in Christ. No matter what we face in 2016, may our precept be this: Jesus, we trust in You.

As we begin the new year, let's focus on Philippians 3:13-14 which says, "Forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus."

Yes, our country continues to faces many serious threats against our freedoms but we can choose to confront those battles with faith, perseverance, and a positive attitude. Businessman and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar said,

"Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will."

We think Zig was right. If we sulk in negatively, that won't make anything better. Instead, we need to keep praying and keep doing all we can to help our country. Check out our Action Center or read our book Unite the USA: Discover the ABCs of Patriotism to learn how you can make a difference in America. Yes, our country needs YOU! (Visit www.unitetheusa.org to learn more.)

Let's start the New Year right: Set our sight on the Lord and choose to proceed with a positive attitude of gratitude. Please read this helpful feature article by Dr. Jerry Newcombe here: http://www.unitetheusa.org/id56.html

Thank you for your faithful support and patriotism. Our country has hope and a future thanks to the Lord working through faith-filled, positive patriots like you. God bless you and Happy New Year!

Sincerely,
Carrie and Stacie Stoelting
Founders of Unite the USA
www.unitetheusa.org

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