Romney, Obama, Christmas

So Barack Obama remains president of the United States.

I decided to join the celebrations by checking the twitter feed this morning. It’ always an interesting task. Here’s three tweets that made me smile! It’s best if you read them out loud  in your best American accent!       (Note, they are not my tweets and are the opinions of those who tweeted them only)

‘Everyone at school all like, yay Romney! Then on Tumblr they’re all like, yay Obama! Then I’m all like, what is politics? Is that food?’

‘After today we can replace political ads with Christmas songs’

‘Yay Obama! He was bound to win, Mitt Romney is an arse’

These 3 quotes did make me chuckle for the following reasons. Firstly, it’s clear that these tweeters, like many of us, don’t really understand all the politics and yet want to publicise their views, Christmas songs are a relief to political ads and well Romney is apparently only part human, in particular, the middle regions.

The range of strong opinions in this election isn’t too different from those of Jesus. Many people speak all kinds of opinions about him but don’t really understand his agenda. Many would prefer Christmas songs to take the place of anything Jesus-related and some are quick to insult and attack.

And yet, I believe that Jesus is the only hope of this nation and all others. A guy called Rick Warren from the USA tweeted, ‘Our hope is not in the man we put in the White House but in the Man we put on the Cross.’

Our hope is in the man who was nailed to a cross and left to die, but who rose again, defeating death and reconnecting us with a Holy, Perfect, Creator God.

If you are looking for hope, security, purpose, meaning, stability and a rock to stand on – then Jesus is your ideal candidate. Jesus is the one to vote for. Make him the president of your life and you have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.

If you have enjoyed reading this post – I’d be really grateful if you would help get this message further by sharing it on your Facebook / twitter profile. Cheers.

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About laughingwithtom

Tom Elliott is a Christian Communicator who is passionate about introducing people to Jesus. Tom is also a credible and experienced Comedian, Magician, Speaker and writer, with a heart to use his gifts for the extension of Gods Kingdom. He has travelled extensively throughout the UK and abroad, whilst also being on the leadership team of his home church in Gloucestershire. Tom has been mentored by some of the UK’s most influential evangelists including J.John, Steve Legg, Mark Greenwood, Mark Ritchie, Matt Summerfield, Barry Woodward and more. Through his acclaimed show, Tom captures the attention of non believers through quality entertainment and as a result has been able to share his faith on TV, Radio, Online, in schools, churches & theatres reaching thousands of people with the Gospel. Tom has also taken his work to many large scale events and Festivals such as ‘New Wine’, ‘Detling,’ ‘Gorsley’, ‘Greenbelt’ and ‘Spring Harvest’ Tom is honoured to be an Ambassador for the international Christian charity ‘Compassion’ who work to change lives in over 26 countries that suffer extreme poverty. Toms desire is to see all people take hold of Jesus’ promise of life to the full. On stage and off stage, Tom’s passion for this fulfilment of life is contagious. Tom has been personally trained by expert entertainers and in 2013, Tom contributed to a book titled ‘Does God LOL’ alongside some of the biggest names in comedy, to raise money for national charity, ‘Mary’s Meals’. This book is now available in many good book stores. www.laughingwithtom.co.uk
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4 Responses to Romney, Obama, Christmas

  1. Dave Glover says:

    Good one yet again Tom! Thanks!

  2. Terry Lawton says:

    Particularly liked this bit Tom, ‘Our hope is not in the man we put in the White House but in the Man we put on the Cross.’

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