Congratulations U.S.A. For A Job Well Done!

posted by admin @ 15:54 PM
May 2, 2011

A few days ago, this site posted a blog about the importance of everyone just doing their job.  Today, we wish to say a big “Thank You” to:  The President of the United States, his cabinet which maintained such tight secrecy about this assault, the intelligence community who obeyed the president’s order to make the capture of Osama Bin Laden top priority, the U.S. military, and especially to some 40 Navy Seals who did their job of attacking the Bin Laden mansion in Pakistan and taking out the master-mind terrorist of the infamous 911 attack against our nation.

 The world may never know the names of all the Americans who have worked tirelessly over the almost 10 years to collectively do the job of bringing this mass murderer to justice.  These men and women have not worked for money––they could have gone to Wall Street or other money-making ventures to do that.  They have not done it for fame or glory.  True heroism seldom does. 

 On the wall of the Central Intelligence Agency are stars, many without names, for the many agents who gave their lives in service to our country.  To give their names would endanger the operations of which they were a part.  Nevertheless they are recognized because they did their jobs.  Such has always been the legacy of the United States:  brave men and women working together to bring their nation victory.   We may not know all the names of these faithful heroes among those who labor constantly for their country.  But God does.
 Also, we also wish to thank the many Americans who flooded the streets of New York, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania,  Ohio and other locations to celebrate this great victory––one of the greatest victories of our times.  They shouted and hugged in unity, giving no thought to political party or race or age, etc.  They, as all of us, were simply proud to be Americans.  As the President said in his announcement last night, these celebrants proved that––no matter what a few admits––we are one nation, one people, standing together against all enemies.

 Finally, all of us wish to thank those Christians who have prayed so earnestly over these years that God would give us a victory against this man to whom his terrorist pledged allegiance as if he were a god.  Just as we don’t know the names of many of the heroes mentioned above, the world does not know these prayer warriors.  But God knows.  The war against al Queda has often been an invisible one.  The names of most of the villains or heroes are not known to men.  But God knows.  For nothing is invisible to Him.  As the Apostle Paul sets the example in Christian prayer books for all Americans, we join him in saying:  “Thanks be to God Who giveth us the victory, through Our Lord Jesus Christ!” (1 Corinthians 15: 57).  Now let us all get back to work with the proud understanding that reward does come, and will come in eternity, when we all just do our jobs!

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