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“My COUNTRY ’tis of Thee, Sweet LAND of LIBERTY”

“Patriotism” unifies a country.

Patriotism is where people, though different, choose to identify as citizens.

They focus on what they have in common, such as language, morals, and religious faith.

Psalm 133:1 states: “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”

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“STAND FAST in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free!” 

‘Stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free’
Bill Federer recounts inspiring challenge of Revolutionary War hero William Prescott
By Bill Federer

William Prescott statue, Bunker Hill monument, Charlestown, MA
After the Boston Tea Party, where colonists threw 342 chests of British East India tea overboard, the British Parliament passed the Boston Port Bill to blockade the harbor and starve citizens into submission.

The Committee of Correspondence sent word to the other Colonies, who called a Day of Fasting and Prayer, June 1, 1774, “to seek divine direction and aid.”

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