Sources Consulted, Credits, and Other Notes

    David Barton, The Myth of Separation (Aledo, TX: WallBuilder Press, 1991.

    Bennett, William J., Our Sacred Honor, Simon and Schuster, 1997.

    Robert G. Ferris (editor), Signers of the Declaration: Historic Places Commemorating the Signing of the Declaration of Independence, published by the United States Department of the Interior issued as part of the NPS observance of our nation's becentennial, National Park Service: Washington, D.C. (revised edition 1975).       

    Rev. Charles A. Goodrich Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence. New York: William Reed & Co., 1856.

    Wives of the Signers: The Women Behind the Declaration of Independence, by Harry Clinton Green and Mary Wolcott Green, A.B. (Aledo, TX: Wallbuilder Press, 1997). Orignally Published in 1912 as volume 3 of The Pioneer Mothers of America: A Record of the More Notable Women of the Early Days of the Country, and Particularly of the Colonial and Revolutionary Periods (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons).

    Jaffe, Steven H., Who Were the Founding Fathers?, Henry Holt & Co., NY, 1996.

J.C. Judson, A Biography of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence (Philadelphia: Dobson & Thomas, 1839), p. 85. Tim LaHaye, Faith of Our Founding Fathers (Brentwood, TN: Wolgemuth & Hyatt, Publishers, Inc., 1987)

    Martha J. Lamb, ed., The Framers of the Constitution, A Magazine of American History, Vol. XIll (New York: Historical Publishing Co., 1885), p. 326.

    LaHaye, Faith of Our Founding Fathers (Brentwood, TN: Wolgemuth & Hyatt, Publishers, Inc., 1987. 

    The Library of Congress >> Especially for Researchers >> Research Centers December 23, 2004

    B. J. Lossing, Signers of the Declaration of Independence, George F. Cooledge & Brother: New York (1848) [reprinted in Lives of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, WallBuilder Press: Aledo, Texas (1995)],   

The Federal and State Constitutions (St. Clair, MI: Scholarly Press), Vol. I    

     Salley, Alexander Samuel. Delegates to the Continental Congress from South Carolina, 1774-1789. Columbia, S.C.: Printed for the Commission by the State Company, 1927.

     Myers, Gustavus. History of the Supreme Court of the United States, Kerr & Company: Chicago, 1912. New Jersey State Library    Religious Affiliations of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America

       WikiAnswers - Were the Founding Fathers Christians? 

       Wives of Signers of the Declaration of Independence

     Miscellaneous Clip Art from Microsoft Office used per license agreement. or   IMSI MasterClips


I have carefully examined the evidences of the Christian religion, and if I was sitting as a juror upon its authenticity I would unhesitatingly give my verdict in its favor. I can prove its truth as clearly as any proposition ever submitted to the mind of man.

 Famous American Statesmen


Alexander Hamilton, Signer of the U.S. Constitution and the first Secretary of the Treasury


In my opinion, the present constitution is the standard to which we are to cling. Under its banner bona fide must we combat our political foes, rejecting all changes but through the channel itself provided for amendments. By these general views of the subject have my reflections been guided.

For my own part, I sincerely esteem it a system which without the finger of God, never c
ould have been suggested and agreed upon by such a diversity of interests.

  "One Nation Under God," by Christine F. Hart, 1787.

I now offer you the outline of the plan they have suggested. Let an association be formed to be denominated "The Christian Constitutional Society," its object to be first: The support of the Christian religion. second: The support of the United States.

  In letter to James Bayard, 1802, and contained in the book, "The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton," by Allan M. Hamilton.



 Serving Traditional American Values of God, Home, and Country


The Alliance Defense Fund is a legal alliance formed to fulfill the need for legal defense of religious freedom and traditional family values.  It is a coordination of ministries launched in 1993 to serve in a cultural war, and it often acts with other organizations "to avoid duplication and to provide resources and strategic direction on cases related to their mission."
    The Alliance Defense Fund provides funding for legal projects, and it provides regular "training through an accredited academy program to help practicing attorneys successfully defend and reclaim America's traditional values." 
    The Alliance Defense Fund, "working with allies and experienced litigators, directly litigates some carefully chosen, strategic cases for a unique purpose: to train newly licensed attorneys in the fine art of litigating—and winning—legal matters" to help win back the justice system and restore religious liberty. 
information taken from ADF website         


The American Center for Law and Justice is committed to the concept that freedom is a right given to man by God.  ACLJ specializes in constitutional law and supports attorneys who are involved in defending the religious and constitutional freedoms of Americans. 
.  Based in Washington, D.C., as a non-profit organization, they provide legal services without charge.  God in His sovereignty will bring needed resources through other concerned citizens motivated to donate time, gifts, and talent. 
   Learn more through daily radio broadcast "Jay Sekulow Live!" and through weekly television program, "ACLJ This Week."  You can also sign up to be on their e-mail list.


BOND:  Brotherhood Organization of the New Destiny.  Non-profit organization founded by Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson.  Its purpose is to rebuild the family by rebuilding the man.  Among the many projects BOND is involved with is the problem of illegal aliens from Mexico: "Our nation is being flooded with illegal aliens from Mexico, who are coming across the borders into Texas, California, and Arizona.  These aliens are causing crime to skyrocket in these states and are draining our social services.  In California, our jails are bursting with them; our hospitals are overburdened by having to care for them; and illegal Mexican immigrants are driving blacks out of their communities.  Mexican gangs in prisons are terrorizing other inmates because they outnumber whites, blacks, and other minority groups.         BOND has been fighting against illegal immigration for years in Los Angeles because we can see the harm it brings to the black community and to America."  From SCAM by Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson, WND Books, Nashville, TN, 2003, pg. 143. 


Boy Scouts of America:  The Boy Scouts organization started with British Lord Robert Baden-Powell, a war hero during the South African war with the Dutch Boers in 1899.  It was he who wrote and illustrated the first manual in 1908.    

     American millionaire William Dickson Boyce, a publisher, visited London in 1909 where he one day became disoriented because of the thick fog.  A young boy came to his aid to guide him to his destination with a lantern. Boyce, grateful for the help, wanted to give the young lad a shilling for his trouble but the young lad didn't want it.  He said, "No, sir, I am a scout. Scouts do not accept tips for Good Turns."

     Curious, Boyce asked to know more about the boy scouts; and after finishing his errand, Boyce joined the young boy to visit the British Scouting  headquarters where he met Lord Robert Baden-Powell.    

     Boyce was so impressed with their organization that he wanted to start a Boy Scout troops in America.  For the record, there were already troops in America being promoted by the YMCA.  However, the men who started those early troops saw Boy Scouting as subordinate to their YMCA programs for boys.

     In 1910, Boyce filed incorporation papers in the District of Columbia.  He said the purpose "Shall be to promote, through organization, and cooperation with other agencies, the ability of boys to do things for themselves and others, to train them in Scoutcraft, and to teach them patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and kindred virtues, using the methods which are in common use by Boy Scouts."

     The first boy scouts modeled their methods on those in London formed by Baden-Powell.

    At the BSA's first annual meeting in 1911, a committee was charged with "Americanizing" Lord Baden-Powell's Scout Oath and Law.

    Baden-Powell's Oath had read: "On my honour I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God and the King; to help other people at all times; to obey the Scout Law." The obvious change from "the King" to "my country" was made without demur; then, at Chief Scout James E. West's insistence, the phrase was added: "to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight."

    Baden-Powell's Scout Law had nine points, covering the virtues of trustworthiness, loyalty, helpfulness, friendliness, courtesy, kindness, obedience, cheerfulness, and thriftiness. The BSA committee changed the wording to each point but retained their meaning. Also, at West's urging, three points were added—brave, clean, and reverent. West was particularly adamant about adding "reverent" because, he said later, "I felt then, as I feel now, that there is nothing more essential in the education of the youth of America than to give them religious instruction."

   They learned the power of one good turn can lead to more good turns.  Their slogan became:  DO A GOOD TURN DAILY!

From The Boy Scouts: An American Adventure by Robert W. Peterson American Heritage    The boy scouts offer young people responsible fun, adventure, and service, they instill lifetime values and develop ethical character, they teach citizenship and leadership, and they serve America's communities and families.    

    The boy scouts have been persecuted by the ACLU.  Attorney Rees Lloyd has commented, "The Boy Scouts are not the enemy of America. Veterans and memorials that mark their service to the nation are not the enemies of America. Symbols of our American religious history and heritage in the public square are not threats to our American freedom. Those symbols which the ACLU now so fanatically attacks are but reminders of our American roots, our American heritage, the foundation from which this magnificent edifice of American freedom arose."   See:     'On My Honor'  - Rick Perry

Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (CURE):  Believing that faith and free market principles are key to curing poverty, Star Parker founded the Coalition on Urban Renewal & Education (CURE) in 1995.  CURE is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to empower the poor with a belief in their own freedom, merit, and personal responsibility.  These are key – not the welfare state - in curing poverty, and CURE strives to develop social policies to encourage individual merit.
    CURE conducts a church lecture series, an annual empowerment conference, training clinics, inner city town hall meetings, and a college lecture series to study alternatives to entitlement programs and liberal philosophies,
Star Parker was at one time a single welfare mother in Los Angeles. After her Christian conversion, she worked to receive a BS degree
in marketing from Woodbury University.   

General Federation of Women's Clubs:  Dedicated to enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service.  They have been awarded for proven ability and power in organization of capable American women to aid and enrich American society at a local level. Their programs span various areas of the lives of their members, their families, and communities: arts, conservation, education, home life, public affairs, expanding toward international affairs.

P.E.O.:  Philanthropic and Educational Organization with personal goals as individuals and for the group in general Improvement and growth in charity "toward all with whom they associate." Culture, character, wisdom, and knowledge are emphasized as they are a charitable group in support of Cottey College in Missouri.  Cottey College is a two-year, independent, liberal arts and sciences college for women.    Representative for the charming tone of PEO is their flower, the Golden Marguerite, a lovely old-fashioned plant with well cut, somewhat ferny leaves, and small daisy flowers.

Prayers & Squares:  An interfaith outreach ministry that combines the gift of prayer with the gift of a hand-tied quilt.  Their purpose is not in making the quilts, but in promoting prayer through the use of quilts as echoed in their motto: It's not about the quilt; it's all about the prayers.  A heavy thread is used to take stitches through the quilt layers, and the ends are left free to be tied with square knot.  As each knot is tied, a silent prayer is said for someone in special need, who then receives the finished quilt.  Website containing very special articles written for people who care about the founding principles of America.  It is "dedicated to the vision of a nation renewed by the labor of its common citizens, working together with intelligence and determination."  Its purpose is to restore America's citizens' confidence in their right to govern themselves.  "We can remind the American people that our Founders made no mistake when they wrote that God created us all equal in dignity. Working together, we can begin to remember what it is like for a free people to live together as fellow citizens, as friends, as a free people, under God."

Salvation Army:  International organization which demonstrates Christian principles by providing social welfare "to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination."  Guided by faith in God and Charity toward all people, they work where the need is greatest. 

    The Salvation Army began in 1865 when London minister William Booth decided to reach the homeless, the hungry, and the destitute with the message of Christ.  His original aim was to send converts to established churches of the day, but soon he realized that the poor and shabbily dressed did not feel comfortable or welcome in many churches. 
    Booth decided to found a church especially for them - the East London Christian Mission. The mission grew slowly, but Booth believed God would bless such a mission.
    In May of 1878, Booth summoned his son Bramwell and friend George Railton to read the Christian Mission's proposed annual report.  At the top it read: THE CHRISTIAN MISSION is A VOLUNTEER ARMY.  Bramwell didn't believe he was merely a 'volunteer'-- he was compelled to do God's work.  He replaced the word "Volunteer" with "Salvation." 
    By the 1900s, the Army had spread around the world with officers and soldiers in 36 countries, including the U.S.  They inspired many services in women's social work, the first food depot, the first day nursery, and the first Army missionary hospital.  During World War II, The Salvation Army operated 3,000 service units for the armed forces, which led to the formation of the USO.
    Today, the Salvation Army is in more than 106 nations around the world. 


Christmas Kettle

    Captain (or Major) Joseph McFee was raising funds for a soup kitchen and shelter in the San Francisco waterfront district, c1892-94.  He thought of hanging a large cooking pot with a sign over it reading, "Keep the pot boiling."  The idea soon spread, and by 1900 kettles were in use across America for Christmas collections.  Kettles and bell-ringers are typically American, and Britain uses small hand-held collecting boxes in shopping centres while groups of musicians play Christmas carols. 
    By Christmas 1895 kettles were used by 30 Salvation Army Corps in various locations on the West Coast.  The Sacramento Bee that year carried a description of the Army’s Christmas activities and mentioned the contributions to street corner kettles.  Shortly afterward, two young Salvation Army officers who had been instrumental in the original use of the kettle, William A. McIntyre and N.J. Lewis, were transferred to the East Coast where they promoted the idea of the Christmas kettle.

    In 1897, McIntyre prepared his Christmas plans for Boston around the kettle, but his fellow officers refused to cooperate for fear of 'making spectacles of themselves.'  So McIntyre, his wife, and his sister set up three kettles at the Washington Street thoroughfare in the heart of the city.  That year the kettle effort in Boston and other locations nationwide resulted in 150,000 Christmas dinners for the needy.

    In 1898, The New York World hailed The Salvation Army kettles as a "novel device."  In 1901, kettle contributions in New York City provided funds for the first mammoth sit-down dinner in Madison Square Garden, a custom that continued for many years.

    Today, the homeless are still invited to share holiday dinners and festivities at thousands of Salvation Army centers while many poor families are given grocery checks so that they can prepare their own dinners at home.


    In 1878, military terms in the Christian army became standard:  church halls became corps, giving in the offering was called "firing a cartridge."  Flags, badges, brass bands, and uniforms became part of the theme.  Trimmings worn on the uniform indicated rank.
    At first these marching Salvationists wore as their "uniform" an odd variety of clothing and headgear.  By the beginning of 1880 a standard navy blue serge uniform was introduced for both men and women.
   Pioneer Salvationists took pride in the great crusade for which the uniform stood.  It was partly because of this pride and also because of economic necessity, many Salvationists wore their uniforms to special occasions such as weddings, funerals, family portraits, visiting relatives, and town hall meetings.  Officers and soldiers have always had to purchase their own uniforms; and in 1890, a uniform would cost about three weeks' salary.
    It is a personal choice of whether or not to wear the uniform, and the reason for wearing has remained unchanged: "It stands for: a commitment in the war against evil, a personal testimony to the wearer's own Christian faith and practice, and signifies the availability of the Salvationist to anyone needing a helping hand and listening ear."   

Thomas More Law School:   School which came into existence because of the cultural war being waged across America on issues which are being decided by the courts, not by legislatures that the people can vote in or out.  These court decisions have been influenced by groups such as the ACLU which are trying to subvert America's religious and moral foundations.

 "We live in a culture increasingly hostile to Christians and their faith. America has become a nation where public school students are prohibited from praying, acknowledging their dependence upon God, and forming religious clubs; where schools and communities are challenged from displaying nativity scenes, the Ten Commandments, and other symbols of our religious and moral heritage. The Thomas More Law Center affirms the right of Christians to publicly practice their religion and freely express their religious beliefs. Our Founding Fathers fought for a nation built on a foundation of religion and morality. Our lawyers are committed to restoring and preserving that foundation."   from

    The Thomas More Law Center is a not-for-profit public interest law firm dedicated to the defense and promotion of the religious freedom and values of Christians.  They provide legal representation without charge to defend and protect Christian beliefs in the public square.  They achieve this goal principally through litigation, seeking out significant cases consistent with their mission.  They also defend and promote faith and family through media and educational efforts.         The Sword and the Shield for People of Faith.

    The IRS recognizes the Law Center as a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax deductible.

USA Next, as an alternative to AARP, is a lobbyist group which intends to unite generations and build a legacy of freedom for America's future.  Its aim is to recover the principles that inflamed America's founders.  

     "Because USA lobbies Congress on behalf of seniors, contributions are not tax deductible for tax purposes.  Copies of USA's Annual Report and Financial Statements are available upon request."   

Contact United Seniors Association's Membership Services at 703-359-6500 or by mail: 

USA Next/United Seniors Association
P.O. Box 1559
Merrifield, Virginia 22116-1559      
information taken from USA Next website

    In February 2005, USA Next hired the advertising agency behind the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth campaign. 


YMCA:   In 1848, growth and progress of the world was causing confusion and complexities as never before.  Men were searching for encouragement and guidance in living a virtuous life.  The YMCA in England was designed as a Christian support group to help prepare middle-class young men for assuming their future roles as husband, father, and head of a family.

    Boston sea captain and missionary Thomas V. Sullivan heard stories about the Christian association in England and was inspired by the positive message it gave to young men. He formed a meeting to discuss forming the first YMCA which began in 1851 at a church in Boston.  From that time forward, YMCA has grown across America to serve traveling and working men in wholesome activity and fellowship. It has played a part in America's struggles since the Civil War and has received a Nobel Peace Prize, as well as a subsequent nomination. Everyday programs range from infant-parent water classes to physical rehabilitation, teaching English as a second language, job-skills training, and anti-drug and gang intervention.

    Among YMCA's legacies is Luther Gulick who revolutionized physical fitness and led the way for James Naismith to invent basketball. The first YMCA to serve the African-American community was founded in Washington, D.C., in 1853 by minister and one-time slave Anthony Bowen.

   Today each YMCA is a volunteer community-based charity in the offering of scholarships, subsidies, and capital plans "to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all."


The Young Women's Christian Association was formed in London in 1855 and introduced to the United States in 1858.  
Neysa Moran McMein (1888-1949) 'Y.W.C.A. In Service for the Girls of the World', Poster, 1919

IN MEMORY OF    "Liviu Librescu (August 18, 1930 – April 16, 2007; Hebrew: ליביו ליברסקו‎) was a Romanian born and educated Israeli-American scientist and academic whose major research fields were aeroelasticity and aerodynamics.  His last academic position was Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Virginia Tech.   A Holocaust survivor, Librescu was shot and killed in the Virginia Tech massacre while holding off the gunman at the entrance to his classroom, giving all but one of his students enough time to escape through the windows."

    "Cassie Bernall was killed at Columbine High School April 20, 1999, after professing her faith in God.  She, along with eleven students and one teacher, died in the tragedy."


    "Todd Morgan Beamer (November 24, 1968 – September 11, 2001) was a passenger aboard United Airlines Flight 93 and a victim of the September 11, 2001 attacks.  After United 93 was hijacked, Beamer and other passengers communicated with people on the ground via in-plane and cell phones, and learned that the World Trade Center had been attacked using hijacked airplanes. Beamer reported that one passenger was killed and, later, that a flight attendant had told him the pilot and co-pilot had been forced from the cockpit and may have been wounded. He was also on the phone when the plane made its turn in a southeasterly direction, a move that had him briefly panicking. Later, he told the operator that some of the plane's passengers were planning to "jump on" the hijackers. According to Jefferson, Beamer's last audible words were 'Are you guys ready? Let's roll.'"

     "Saudi Arabia June 18, 2004 — The al-Qaida group that kidnapped American Paul M. Johnson, Jr., said in an online statement Friday that it had killed the hostage, and posted three still photographs of his beheaded body.  Johnson, 49, worked on targeting and night vision systems for Apache helicopters."
IN MEMORY OF  Terri Schindler Schiavo 

    On March 31, 2005, after almost 14 days without nutrition or hydration, Terri Schindler Schiavo dies from severe dehydration in spite of pleas from her parents that they would care for her at no expense to the state or to her husband, who wanted her death, and that they would pay for her rehabilitation.


        Navy SEAL Michael Monsoor, 25, threw himself on a live grenade to save his comrades on September 29, 2006. He died about 30 minutes later. Thanks to his quick action, his fellow SEALS all survived the incident in Ramadi, Iraq.


        Irena Sendler passed away May 2008.  She saved more than 2500 Jewish children in Nazi-occupied Poland during WWII. For her activities she was captured and tortured, sentenced to death and later rescued by the Polish resistance organization. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 but lost to Al Gore.

Recommended:  Susannah Elliott:  Her youngest daughter Ann was married to Colonel Lewis Morris, eldest son of Lewis Morris, of Morrisania, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

"An Address to Miss Phillis Wheatly [sic], Ethiopian Poetess, in Boston, who came from Africa at eight years of age, and soon became acquainted with the gospel of Jesus Christ." by Jupiter Hammond    Isaac Asimov - The National Anthem

April Rain By Robert Loveman- An All-Creatures Spiritual And.Inspirational  Robert Loveman's Georgia was Georgia's official state song before 1979.


The Massachusetts Body of Liberties. 1641

How often do Americans use guns for defensive purposes- Larry Elder

America- The First 350 Years  Steve Wilkins  "Modern, unbelieving historians have hidden the truth of our nation's history from us (sometimes innocently in ignorance, but often maliciously in a bold-faced attempt to deceive). Now, they are seeking to do the same thing to our children. As a result, American Christians have been (and are being!) robbed of a glorious heritage. This must not go on unhindered. The future of our nation depends in large measure, upon a right understanding of our past." Absolute Rights of Individuals   by William Blackstone


Citizen Soldier- Declaration of Independence-  The textual content of this programmed text is public domain and may be
copied or transmitted in any manner without permission of Citizen Soldier


"The Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" -- KEVIN CRAIG

Religion in the Colonies - Under God Thomas Jefferson's thoughts on immigration Judge Roy Moore and the Ten Commandments


56 great risk-takers [Free Republic]


America Was Founded on God's Law and Christianity- About Puritan Founders of America (Thomas Prince, The People of New England (1730))


Don't Hide God in a Closet- Religious Secularism and Public Acknowledgment of God in the 21st Century

Preserve me, O God, for in Thee do I put my trust.

  Psalm 16:1


Home DAR Timeline Grand Old Flag Military Role of Religion Education States Represented Sources Consulted

        Jon Voight on Glenn Beck's show, April 2008, said that Rudy Giuliani took a high-minded view of his loss in saying to the people supporting him: "All the people who were rivals to Abraham Lincoln thought they would make a better President than Lincoln. But God has His way of delivering for the United States of America when they are in need of leadership, just the right person and perhaps that is what God is doing now."    


George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams,
first Chief Justice John Jay.
Names synonymous with the spirit of our country,
The Founding Fathers of the USA.

Over Two Hundred years ago, they shook off the chains of tyranny
from Great Britain by Divine call.
Citing 27 biblical violations, they wrote the Declaration of Independence,
with Liberty, justice for all.

But something happened since Jefferson called the Bible the cornerstone
for American liberty, then put in our schools for a light.
Or since "Give me liberty or give me death" Patrick Henry said,
"our country was founded on the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

We eliminated God from the equation from American Life.
Thus eliminating the reason why this nation first began.
From beyond the grave I hear the voices of our founding fathers plead,
"You need God in America again"

Of the 55 men who formed the constitution,
52 were active members of their church.
Founding fathers like Noah Webster, who wrote the first dictionary,
could literally quote the Bible, Chapter and Verse.

James Madison said, "we've staked our future on our ability to follow

10 commandments with all our heart"
These men believed that you could not even call yourself an American
if you subvert the
word of God.

In his farewell address, Washington said "you can't have national morality
apart from religious principle," and it's true;
Because now we have nearly 150,000 kids carrying guns
through these war zones that we call public schools.

In the 40's and 50's student problems were chewing gum and talking.
In the 90's rape and murder are the trend.
The only way this nation can even hope to last this decade
is put God in America again.

Abe Lincoln said, "The philosophy of the school room in one generation,
will be the philosophy of government in the next."
So when you eliminate the word of God from the classroom and politics,
you eliminate the nation that Word protects.

America is now number 1 in teen pregnancy and violent crime.
Number 1 in illiteracy, drug use, and divorce.
Every day a new holocaust of 5,000 unborn die,
while pornography floods our streets like open sewers.

America's dead and dying hand is on the threshold of the church.
While the spirit of Sodom and Gomorra vex us all.
When it gets to the point the people would rather come out of the closet than clean it,
it is the sign that the judgment of God is going to fall.

If there has ever been a time to rise up Church, its now.
And as the blood-bought saints of the living God proclaim,
that its time to sound the alarm from the church house to the White House

I believe it's time, America, to stand up and proclaim,
one nation under God is our demand;"
And send this evil lifestyle back to Satan where it came from,
And let the Word of God revive our dying land!

For Jesus Christ is coming back again in all his glory;
And every eye shall see him on that day.
That’s why a new anointing of God's power is coming on us to boldly
tell the world you must be saved!

Because astrology won't save you.
Your horoscope won't save you.
The bible says these things are all a farce.
If you're born again, you don't need to look to the stars for your answers,
'cause you can look to the very one that made those stars.

History tells us time and time again,
to live like there is no God makes you a fool.
If you want to see kids live right,
stop handing out condoms and start
handing out the
word of God in schools.

The only hope for America is Jesus.
The only hope for our country is Him.
If we repent of our ways, stand firm
and say, We need God in America again.


Iraq orphans found starved and naked         American Soldiers Save Their Lives

    MORE than 20 boys have been found, starved and naked, at a government-run orphanage for special needs children in Iraq.
    The scene at the Baghdad facility reduced some of the US and Iraqi soldiers who found the children to tears.
    The 24 boys were found naked and lying on concrete floors, covered in their own excrement, flies and sores. Some were near death.
    "I saw children that you could see literally every bone in their body that were so skinny, they had no energy to move whatsoever, no expression on their face," US army Staff Sergeant Michael Beale told CBS News of the find in the Iraqi capital last week.
    Lieutenant Stephen Duperre said the scene was devastating.
    "The kids were tied up, naked, covered in their own waste, feces, and there were three people that were cooking themselves food, but nothing for the kids," he said.
    Staff Sergeant Mitchell Gibson said soldiers originally thought the boys were dead when they happened, at random, to peak over a wall into the orphanage.    
    "They thought they were all dead, so they threw a basketball (to) try to get some attention, and actually one of the kids lifted up their head, tilted it over and just looked and then went back down," he told CBS.
    The soldiers believed the boys had been held at the facility in appalling conditions for more than a month.
    That was despite the fact that the orphanage was staffed, and well-stocked with food and even brand new clothes for the children.
    But it is alleged the caretaker of the facility - who is now on the run - was selling the supplies at a local market, and neglecting the most basic needs of the disabled boys he was responsible for.
    Two security guards from the facility have been arrested on the orders of the Iraqi Government.
    Two women who had worked there, and who posed for photos in front of the naked boys as if there was nothing wrong, had also disappeared, CBS reported.
    The boys have since been transferred to another orphanage and the soldiers involved in their rescue had since been back to see them.
    One boy who was so weak when he was found that he was not expected to live, was now able to sit up in his bed.
    But as only one of the boys can talk, the full horror of their experience may never be known.

From correspondents in Baghdad   June 19, 2007 06:14pm  Article nr. 33827 sent on 19-jun-2007 23:19 ECT
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O Lord my God, When I in awesome wonder,
Consider all the worlds Thy Hands have made;
I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
Thy power throughout the universe displayed.

Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art!

When through the woods, and forest glades I wander,
And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.
HOW GREAT THOU ARTWhen I look down, from lofty mountain grandeur
And see the brook, and feel the gentle breeze.

HOW GREAT THOU ARTThen sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art!

And when I think, that God, His Son not sparing;
Sent Him to die, I scarce can take it in;
That on the Cross, my burden gladly bearing,
He bled and died to take away my sin.

Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art!

When Christ shall come, with shout of acclamation,
And take me home, what joy shall fill my heart.
Then I shall bow, in humble adoration,
And then proclaim: "My God, how great Thou art!"

Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art.
Then sings my soul, My Saviour God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art!

words & music by Carl G. Boberg and R.J. Hughes







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