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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

"It is strange to today's generation to think that the rights listed in the Declaration of Independence were nothing more than a listing of sermon topics that had been preached from the pulpit in the two decades leading up to the American Revolution, but such was the case. " Click on the Black Robed Regiment on this www.wallbuilders.com/

The Declaration of Independence:
www.ushistory.org/docume
nts/declaration.htm


Bill of Rights: www.ushistory.org/docume
nts/amendments.htm

The American Constitution: www.ushistory.org/docume
nts/constitution.htm


We set by the camp fire and enjoyed sweet fellowship tonight. God is so good. Happy 4th everyone.

Find on this link:
"July 4, 1787 Prayer"
"In response to Benjamin Franklin's call to seek God that was made on June 28, 1787, the Rev. William Rogers prayed before the service that was held at the Reformed Calvinist Church in Philadelphia on July 4th of that year." Read more:
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"On July 4, 1837, former President John Quincy Adams delivered an address to the people of Newburyport, Massachusetts." Read more: www.wallbuilders.com/


"This July 4th oration was given by historian George Bancroft on the 50th anniversary - the same day that both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died."
Read more: www.wallbuilders.com/


"Sermon - Artillery - Boston, 1809 This is the text of an Artillery Sermon preached by Rev. John Foster on June 5, 1809 in Boston. Rev. Foster used Proverbs 24:6 to talk about just war and self-defense." Read more: www.wallbuilders.com/
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Proverbs 14:34 Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people. K.J.V. in Public Domain

Our Founders understood that if America stopped being good she would no longer be free.
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NELLIEC 7/4/2013 4:10PM

    Some people nowadays make a big deal that there were some of the founding fathers who were not Christian. Yet most were and certainly the principles upon which we were founded are Christian!

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LIVELYGIRL2 7/4/2013 1:36AM

  I amazed at how few people know this stuff.

I first heard of these lectures and books when home schooling. emoticon

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MRSP90X 7/4/2013 1:00AM

    Regardless what people say, our country was indeed founded upon biblical principles. Thanks for sharing those links!

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