Matthew 25:31-46 (the key bit being the response of the just at 37-39, "Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you to drink? When did we find you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? When did we see you ill or in prison and come to you?" and Jesus' response to them at 40 "I solemnly assure you, as often as you did these things for one of the least of these my brothers or my sisters, you did them for me."
Big party for Democrats, quiet reflection for GOP
For many Republicans, this is a good weekend to get away from it all.
With hundreds of thousands of Democrats traveling to nation's capital for President Barack Obama's inauguration activities, Republicans and supporters of last fall's GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, are leaving town, or staying put and trying to avoid the crowds.
After failing to recapture the White House for a second straight presidential election, many are not exactly in a partying mood.
"It's a good time to lay low," said John Feehery, the president of Quinn Gillespie Communications and a former top congressional aide.
As Democrats prepare to mark Obama's second inauguration on Monday by bundling up along the parade route or dressing up for balls, Republicans are spending the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend with quick vacation getaways, quiet time at home or trips to the movie theater.
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