CNS NEWS – On April 2, 1983, President Ronald Reagan gave a radio address to the American people on the observance of Easter and Passover, acknowledging the struggle of the Jewish people over oppression, the promise of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the season to “give thanks for our blessings.”
“This is a time of hope and peace, when our spirits are filled and lifted,” Reagan said. “It’s a time when we give thanks for our blessings, chief among them freedom, peace and the promise of eternal life.”
In the six-and-a-half-minute address, Reagan talks about topics that seem relevant even today and turns to God as the answer for the suffering in the world.
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