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An American Legacy of Patriotic Prayers: Blessings of Liberty, Volume 1

Case, Linda Carol Harms

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ISBN 10: 1587366541 / ISBN 13: 9781587366543
Published by Wheatmark, 2008
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Title: An American Legacy of Patriotic Prayers: ...

Publisher: Wheatmark

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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<p>From the anchoring of the Mayflower (1620) to the touchdown of Endeavour (2008), the United States has perpetually pursued the &Acirc;&quot;Blessings of Liberty,&Acirc;&quot; identified in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution. Stories in this patriotic book emphasize an American journey of faith, hope, love, God&Acirc;'s will, and the display of prayers on U.S. buildings and monuments. Each chapter is accompanied by Scripture references. An American Legacy of Patriotic Prayers also embraces a large selection of public prayers and thanksgiving to Almighty God from private citizens, chaplains, historic events, and each state, including the District of Columbia. This unique collection reflects a society that practices religious freedom while it stands for &Acirc;&quot;one nation under God,&Acirc;&quot; underscoring the dignity of democracy. In addition, inspirational excerpts from the chapter &Acirc;&quot;American Documents of Liberty&Acirc;&quot; lends a valuable contribution to the study of equality, civil, and religious freedoms. The author&Acirc;'s religious worldview related to American government completes this volume.</p>

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<p>Linda Case, RN, BSN, is a graduate of both Kettering College of Medical Arts, Ohio, and Columbia Union College, Maryland. She worked in various critical care units including Alcohol Research at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. She also worked on a number of other social issues, including Biblical hospitality. While traveling and living abroad, she gained a deep appreciation for our republican democracy.</p><br /><br /><p>Her passion for collecting historic public prayers and installing public library displays led to the writing of this book after 9/11. She spent almost a decade teaching in the public school system with an emphasis on World History and Current Issues. She participated in the National Issues Forums (NIF) as a moderator and became a public scholar at Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland. She connects to public policy and the hard work of democracy by participating in deliberations, reviewing the Congressional Record, and attending the PBS taping of Public Voice at the National Press Club. She is inspired by participating in the National Days of Prayer and Bible Reading Marathon, joining the Pentagon Prayer Breakfast, observing National Bible Week, and attending National Christian Choir concerts.</p><br /><br /><p>She organized field trips for children and adults alike, who were interested in the impact of godly leadership, prayer, and Bible on our nation&Acirc;'s capital. In 2007, she assisted the Heart of Worship group, Colorado Springs, with a prayer agenda and joined them for the National Day of Prayer on Capitol Hill. As a partner with Compassion International, she hopes to expand America&Acirc;'s spiritual understanding of compassion by engaging WE THE PEOPLE to embrace our civil freedoms and religious liberty.</p>

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