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Thank You to All Our Veterans!!!

Thank You to All Our Veterans!!!

Silence.

It occurred on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. To those on the front, it was a beautiful sound. No more yelling of orders. No more booming of the guns. No more whistling of the bullets. And in that silence there was reflection. Memories of friends lost. Memories of horrors that would rather be forgotten. Memories of happier times and the hope that the silence would bring them back.

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Happy 4th of July from The Forgiveness Foundation Christian Ministries - Celebrating Our Freedom

Happy 4th of July - Celebrating Freedom!

It was a rebellion. It was a revolution. It was treason. It was a death sentence. It was a for a singular purpose, a singular desire, a singular yearning - Freedom! Freedom to live. Freedom to worship. Freedom to individuality.

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Thank You! Memorial Day Thoughts from The Forgiveness Foundation Christian Ministries

Memorial Day: Honoring the Fallen

In the past several decades, respect for the Lord, our Christ, Messiah, and Savior, has greatly diminished. Where once it was common to pray, it has now become taboo. In recent years, a picture was circulated online: a large group of high schoolers had went out to eat before the dance. The picture was of them joining hands in prayer. It was posted in celebration that there are still those among us, and young ones!, who remember to offer grace for the food they were about to eat. And the comments? Some, like the poster, found the image heartwarming. But many others could do nothing but deride these individuals for their choice to pray.

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18 Years Later: Remembering September 11, 2001

Remembering September 11, 2001 and Standing United

How long is 18 years? It is 216 months. It is 938.5 weeks. It is 6,570 days. It is 157,680 hours. For a child just starting school, 18 years seems so long - forever! For a high schooler getting ready to graduate, 18 years is a lifetime. For a recent college grad, 18 years signifies change, from the past and for the future. For middle-aged person, 18 years reminds them of simpler times, and a wonder at what is to come. For the elderly, 18 years seems so short a time, a blink of an eye.

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Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)

 

Where Where You (When the World Stopped Turning)

Performed Live by Alan Jackson 

at the Grand Ole Opry

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Do You Remember Tuesday, September 11, 2001?

Remembering September 11, 2001 - Where were you? Do you remember?

A mother and her two young daughters were getting ready to spend the day shopping. Her husband, their father, was preparing to leave for work. A newlywed couple was enjoying a late breakfast on their honeymoon. A freshman college student was walking to the first class of the day, laughing with a friend. A sophomore high school student was in a heated debate in a US History class. A husband was on a plane, thinking about his wife, who was taking the subway to meet a friend for breakfast. They had only had time for a quick kiss before going their separate ways that morning, never thinking it may be their last. A son was hard at work, having arrived early to prepare for an important presentation that morning. A daughter was joking with a co-worker, while preparing to go live with her scheduled news broadcast. Where were you? Where were you when the news broke at 8:45 am EDT, on Tuesday, September 11, 2001?

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A Few Scriptures About Government

Happy Independence Day
United States of America

We, at The Forgiveness Foundation Christian Ministries, thought that for Independence Day in the United States we will share Bible passages that share God’s view of government so you can ask yourself if your relationship with our government is as God expresses in Romans and whether our government is as God describes in 1 Samuel.

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In God We Trust?

In God We Trust!

On April 22, 1864, the United States Congress passed the Coinage Act, which changed the composition of the one and two-cent coins. What was the change? It was a change to the design to incorporate the American logo, “In God We Trust.”

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Happy July 4th From TFF

Happy 4th of July - from The Forgiveness Foundation Christian Ministries, Inc.

It was a hot, sticky, humid day Philadelphia, Pennsylvania when they gathered. They were dressed for work, in an early version of a suit and tie. The building they occupied contained no central air and the stench indicated that many could have used a bath, however there were much weightier matters on their minds than the heat, the stench, or their clothes. The men were gathered together for a vote, a vote which could change the future forever, a vote which could have a devastating and deadly outcome, a vote that would endanger their very lives, and many others. They were the members of the Second Continental Congress and the vote was for independence against Great Britain. By that vote, and later, the signing the Declaration of Independence, the men were also authorizing their own death warrants, should the bid for American Independence fail.

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Flag Day Thoughts, with the Pledge of Allegiance Defined by Red Skelton

Flag Day is June 14!

It is 1963. The Supreme Court of the United States has removed prayer from public school. Now, it is January 14, 1969. America is in the midst of the hotly contested Vietnam War. Daily, images are shown on televisions and in papers of war protesters burning, trampling, and disrespecting the flag of the United States of America.

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