For years I have urged my radio listeners to resist the onslaught of criticism and pressure by the Left to give up the values they have fought to keep.
As we draw closer to the Christmas holiday, I remember the Christmas of yesteryear, a time when God was at the forefront of the holiday season. Today, the Left has hijacked every last piece of decency in this country, and a holiday once known for nativities and family has devolved into consumerism and rampant political correction.
I implore you and your family to remember God this Christmas. For myself, I decided to give back to God for all He has given me and wrote "God, Faith, and Reason." In the book, I chronicle the glimpses of God I have experienced in my lifetime. All of us have our own unique beliefs about God, and recognizing this, I wrote the following about the question many of us face in our lifetime: Where is God?
"People see God in their own way every day. Some people say they stand on a shoreline, listening to the waves pound against the shore, and feel closer to God. Or they walk on a beach or in a forest. There’s that famous song from many years ago, 'Every time I hear a newborn baby cry or touch a leaf or see the sky, then I know why I believe.'
"Those are the ways people seek communion with the greater spirit to which we are all connected. After all, what are we? In addition to being the blood, the bone, the vessels, the tissue, we are spirit. And everything we come into contact with resonates on or with this spirit, for better or for worse. We know that some people can bring us down or give us a headache, some can bring us up, some can make us happy, some can make us sad, some can elevate us. What is that about?
"It’s about the fact that we’re like tuning forks and we resonate with other energy forces. The other energy forces can be other people, a pounding surf, an animal, a dog, a cat, a bird. But the ultimate tuning fork in the sky is what we’re talking about in this book. How can we tap into that resonance?
"Some people go to church, and in joining a congregation, they are better able to resonate with the higher power. I remember when I was a young boy, I asked about my grandfather, who died long before I was born. The word came down that my grandfather was not a religious man, that he didn’t go to a temple to pray. Instead, he said he could be out in nature with his back to a tree and talk to God. In many ways, the same is true for me today."
Michael Savage's latest book "God, Faith, and Reason" is now available on Amazon.
In 2016, after 22 years on the air, Michael Savage was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, an honor he calls “the capstone of my life.” The Savage Nation, the country’s number one streaming radio show, is one of the top programs in America, with millions of listeners and broadcast on more than 230 stations, including WABC and KSFO. A prolific New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Savage has been profiled in Playboy and The New Yorker, and he has been awarded the Freedom of Speech Award by Talkers magazine. He received his PhD in epidemiology and nutrition sciences from the University of California at Berkeley. To read more of his reports — Click Here Now.
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