George Washington Was a Praying Man

During the harsh winter in 1777, General Washington led the Colonial troops at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Food, warm clothing, and supplies were scarce and the hardships were immense. A local man named Isaac Potts was walking among the oaks early one morning and heard a voice echoing through the trees. As he neared its origin, he saw General Washington kneeling in the snow, earnestly praying for his troops. Potts returned with excitement to his wife…

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Amazing Facts About the Presidents of America

* Ronald Reagan, the 40th U.S. president, saved 77 people from drowning as a lifeguard in his youth at a riverside beach near Dixon, Illinois. *20th president of the United States James Garfield could write Greek with one hand while writing Latin with the other. *Abe Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, carried letters, bills, and notes in his notorious black, top-hat. *First U.S. president George Washington rejected a movement among army officers…

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Equal Access Under a Higher Law

The Annual Meeting Of The American Bar Association, Atlanta, Georgia: “It’s not good enough to have equal access to our law; we must also have equal access to the higher law – the law of God. George Washington warned that morality could not prevail in exclusion of religious principles. And Jefferson asked, ‘Can the liberties of a nation be thought secure, when we’ve removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of people…

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Politicians Should Encourage Bible Reading

January 31, 1983, At The Annual Convention Of The National Religious Broadcasters: “It’s my firm belief that the enduring values, as I say, presented in its pages have a great meaning for each of us and for our nation. The Bible can touch our hearts, order our minds, refresh our souls. Now, I realize it’s fashionable in some circles to believe that no one in government should…encourage others to read the Bible….We’re told that will…

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George Washington’s Character as Described by His Enemy

When King George III of England heard that Washington had willingly relinquished power after the war, he said, “If true, then he is the greatest man in the world.” One of Washington’s criticisms of King George was that he could neither forget nor forgive; Washington forgave people who hurt him during the war. The list includes childhood friend Bryan Fairfax and the Rev. Jacob Duché, who both rejected the Patriot cause, and the Rev. Jonathan…

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  • Philippians 1:9-10 September 30, 2020
    “And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless for the day of Christ,”
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