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The way it ought to be
This was my first hub...I was not sure what I was doing or getting into....I have learned very much and have made some very interesting friends....I encourage you to jump in and enjoy this place.
If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under.
A day for national prayer
My first thought on the way things "ought to be"...putting God back in control of each of our lives, and putting Him first and foremost, and giving Him Thanks, for our liberties that we seem to take for granted these days....
On March 3, 1863 while in the midst of the Civil War, the U. S. Senate requested President Abraham Lincoln to “designate and set apart a day for national prayer and humiliation” because:
Sincerely believing that no people, however great in numbers and resources or however strong in the justice of their cause, can prosper without His favor; and at the same time deploring the national offences which have provoked His righteous judgment, yet encouraged in this day of trouble by the assurances of His word to seek Him for succor according to His appointed way through Jesus Christ, the Senate of the United States do hereby request the President of the United States, by his proclamation, to designate and set apart a day for national prayer and humiliation.".........
Other hubs I have written regarding our American Heritage:
Hubs on God and Christianity:
Some of my "rants" as I call them:
And some short stories and some personal writings:
I love my wife ( a modest attempt at poetry regarding my wife)
A grateful heart ( a very personal one of mine)
My best friend Sammy (A tribute to a great friend of mine)
Cat Juggling (A must read for those who disire the history of this amazing sport)
Hoosier Basketball (For those who love the game of basketball)
They called him Sweetness (a tribute to Walter Payton)
There are few others, but I hope you take a few moments, if you feel compelled to do so and find something to enjoy.
Thanks for coming by!