Bush Testifies God's Love in Christmas Message

( [email protected] ) Jan 03, 2004 12:44 PM EST

The back of the dollar bill says, "In God we trust." A recital of the Pledge of Allegiance describes the American nation as being "under God." Now, the Christmas message of the US President George W. Bush cheers on the nation's true founding father, God, while testifies his peronal Christian faith, by saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men. Luke 2:14."

President Bush has said in other public messages that he respects all people regardless of religious beliefs yet he has not failed to take a stand for his own belief in Jesus Christ as the Savior of mankind.

He recounts the night when God's blessing of love, the Lord Jesus, was born in Bethlehem.

"As families and friends gather to celebrate Christmas, we remember all the blessings that fill our lives, beginning with the great blessing that came on a holy night in Bethlehem."

President Bush addresses the true meaning to Christmas lies in the birth of Jesus, the Son of God.

"For Christians around the world, the birth of Jesus is a central religious event, an example of God’s profound love for humanity. . ."

Filled with gratitude, the America's leader asserted that Jesus is "the pathway to hope and to new life."

By drawing on the meaning of the birth of Jesus, President Bush called on all Americans to continue the tradition of spreading the love of God as Jesus did.

"Today the Christmas story still speaks to every generation. We give thanks for the wonder of God’s love and rededicate ourselves to helping those in need."

He also gave his sincere blessings to the audience. "May the peace and goodwill of the season fill every heart and warm every home."