Listening to your show on Sirus radio, re the words "godwink" & "coincidence." Good definition of coincidence: "God's way of remaining anonymous."
I do not mean to sound rude but, what your guest called divine alignments or divine co-incidences the Bible calls providence or God's sovereignty.
Dear Governor Huckabee, I just want to say thank you for all your inspiration and information on your show. My heart is heavy with disappointment with the re-election of Barrack Obama. I don't think there was a candidate with enough fire in his belly, or the intestinal fortitude to fight for America. I fought for my country in Vietnam,right or wrong, and suffered the indignation of the American people when I came home. Nothing could have wounded me more. I removed my uniform and acted as if I never went, but the scars remain.I served my country in one capacity or another as a police officer and a soldier and always exercised my right to vote.After this election I find myself alienated from the country that I love and served. I vowed never to vote again. I feel betrayed by the very people I swore to protect and serve.It reminds of the song bye bye Mr. American Pie. I prayed that you would have changed your mind and ran for President again. After I got to know you on Fox, I realized I made a mistake when I voted for John McCain. The only way I'll ever vote again is if you run for President. Thank You for being a real American, and God bless you and your family forever.
Hi Governor,I watched your show again tonight and loved it just as much as I did last night. I loved the impressionist and I had my husband watch it with me. Your show is not just informative but inspiring. I watch it 99.999% of the time. I only miss it when I'm not home, which is a given.That story about the POW moved me to tears. I had a POW bracelet and I watched him get off the plane. I wrote him but never heard back. I didn't know how to find him. I don't know where he is or IF he is still alive.Until next weekend.Sincerely, Nancy Kenney
Thank you for having Ken and Joni on the program. Her book, Joni, was the second book I read after becoming a Christian in 1975. The Hiding Place was the first.