We celebrated the birth of our nation this week. It is important to celebrate July 4th to remind us of the cost of our freedoms. This is a good time for us to thank God for our blessings.  We need to be thankful for all that is good about America.

God has certainly blessed the land that we call home. We can celebrate the freedom enjoyed by every American. While men and women gave their lives to ensure us of this freedom, we must never take them for granted. We have freedoms not known in many parts of the world.

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07/05/2020Billy Shively America The Beautiful
Radio Deuteronomy 4:7-10
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06/28/2020Billy Shively Ruling Your Spirit
Radio Proverbs 25:28
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06/21/2020Billy Shively Teachers of the Next Generation
Sermon Psalms 78:1-8
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06/14/2020Billy Shively When Justice is Served
Radio Romans 2:1-16
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06/07/2020Billy Shively Fear or Faith
Sermon Luke 8:49-56
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05/31/2020Billy Shively Lord, I am Coming Home
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CELEBRATING OUR FREEDOM

Biblical principles have guided our nation. Those principles are written in our history. They are declared in our monuments.  Our biblical principles have separated America from other countries around the world.

We have the responsibility to defend our freedom the Founders of our nation made possible for us. We must defend our freedom not only from the enemies from without but also from the enemies of freedom from within. Because of freedom is being attacked today, Christians should be concerned about our religious freedom.

We need to ease our minds and think of all the things we have to enjoy in America. Exercising our rights will cause us to appreciate those freedoms and be more willing to defend them regardless of the cost.