Independence Day

in·de·pend·ence [ìndə péndənss]

1.  freedom from control: freedom from dependence on or control by
another person, organization, or state

Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft
Corporation. All rights reserved.

Tomorrow is Independence Day, commonly referred to as The Fourth of July.

There is nothing I hold more dear than independence.  Whether that be from those nations or individuals who would impose their thoughts on us without “true” democracy, or from those who choose a one world style government, over “independent” nations dedicated to a government which is run by and for the people.

So on this Independence Day, I wish The United States of America a
happy birthday. Her freedom from tyranny was and is worth fighting
for, and certainly worth celebrating.

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Let Freedom Ring!!!!!

Galations 5:1
Stand fast therefore, in the Liberty wherewith Christ has made us Free, and be not entangled again in the yoke of bondage.
We were created free, in Christ. Man’s government should compliment that freedom, not stifle it.

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