Steve Nethercott

“In the Continental Congress somebody wanted to know which one was General George Washington. He was sitting up in the gallery. And a friend said, ‘Well, if you want to see which one Washington is, when Congress goes to prayer, he’ll be the tall man who gets on his knees."

God and Country

George Washington's Prayer at Valley Forge--I love this painting.

Todd Beamer, passenger on United Flight 93, a plane overtaken by the 9/11 attack highjackers. He communicated with officials on the ground and helped lead a group of passengers to take over the plane. It eventually crashed in Pennsylvania. Last audible words: "Are you guys ready? Let's roll."

"If all else fails, I will retreat up the valley of Virginia, plant my flag on the Blue Ridge, rally around the Scotch-Irish of that region and make my last stand for liberty amongst a people who will never submit to British tyranny whilst there is a man left to draw a trigger." - George Washington at Valley Forge

George Washington was the First President of the United States (1789 -1797)

First flag

♡George Washington..j

A real president loves America and the flag.

George Washington: Read The Next American Civil War Blog: The idiots in the Mainstream Media still do not understand that freedom of the press , freedom of speech, is only viable so long as the right to keep and bear arms is guaranteed by the Second Amendment. The job of the press is inextricably linked to the armed citizen. If the armed American goes, so does the independent, non-state-controlled press. Freedom of the press, freedom of speech, will disappear.

Remember it!

George Washington With Betsy Ross and New Flag I'd love to have this print hanging in my front room!

the face of prayer has changed the need of prayer has not. God bless America

Not just guns and ammo but ENOUGH guns and ammo.

George Washington made May 17th a day to repent to God and pray for His providence in America. Please do the same and repin! The prayer he said ---> http://usaheritage.org/wash_prayer1.html

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