Tag Archives: Fourth of July

Free

Frank McWorter was a slave who bought his freedom with money he had earned through some business dealings. Having known what it was like to be enslaved, he never lost his appreciation for his freedom. In fact, on the 1820 … Continue reading

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Let Freedom Ring

“Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.”—2 Corinthians 3:17. One of the most festive holidays in the United States is Independence Day, when we commemorate the birth of our nation. … Continue reading

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Freedom Gained

Today we celebrate Independence Day, the birthday of the United States of America. I suppose you could make an argument that we gained our freedom through a process that occurred over time. Did we become free when the colonies banded … Continue reading

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Under Attack!

This was the first year that I have been able to watch the local 4th of July fireworks display from my house in Vanceburg, Kentucky, on the banks of the Ohio River. I enjoyed the show, but it caused some … Continue reading

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