Glenn Beck's Miraculous Christmas CD Just Might Save The World
Earlier this year, "nine musical artists of different styles, backgrounds, and faiths were invited by Glenn Beck to compose, arrange, and record as a unit" to create a Christmas album called "Believe Again."
On his radio broadcast today, Beck spent a large part of the program promoting the new album during which he read from an insanely grandiose letter that he wrote to those involved in the project in which he predicted that their efforts just might save America and the world from the "spiritual darkness" that is engulfing it.
"Freedom is slipping through the fingers of so many around the world," Beck wrote, "and I think it's about time that we accept the mantle of new civil rights leaders of the world ... Our task is harder right now because much of the world has plunged into darkness and can no longer see the truth. But those of us who are awake have something that the others don't: the power of truth."
"Hopefully with these songs that you will put together," he continued, "travelers from around the world will find their way and help preserve the rights of man."
Warning that America will soon suffer the wrath of God, Beck declared that those who were recording this CD would be spreading the gift of redemption throughout a troubled and frightened world, telling the singers that "your voices will fill the air with praises to our God and King ... Many mighty miracles will be seen in the coming days and I think mighty miracles just may come from what you set out to do":
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