Alien Invasion!

Mitch Teemley

2,000 years ago our planet was invaded

by a Being of inconceivable power.

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His spaceship: the womb of a Jewish teenager.

His weapon: a form of love more powerful than all the atomic bombs, or lasers or phasers that will ever be built.

Resistanceis (possible but) futile because

to be assimilated is simply to know the One who made you,

and to finally become the person you were created to be.

My wish for you, therefore, is that you would not only surrender,

but that you would actually join the invasion

and have a Merry Christmas

that lasts forever!

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