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“The Christian ‘ministers of war’ had done their job well, in fusing their congregants with the feeling they were first and foremost Christian soldiers…” -James L. Adams, author and journalist, 1989

When Roger Sherman stated “Sad will be the day when the American people forget their traditions and their history, and so longer remember that the country they love, the institutions they cherish, and the freedom they hope to preserve, were born from the throes of armed resistance to tyranny, and nursed in the rugged arms of fearless men,” how spot on he was he was there, he seen for himself when it came to the truth of the matter (Psalm 94:16).

Let’s light the candle with Dan Fisher and see how our forefathers led the way. Looking now to the example of the Black Robed Regiment and what was recorded on their behalf (Malachi 3:16), those who have gone before us in the faith (Hebrews 11), and see how they trusted in the living God (Proverbs 3:5), and how the Lord answered on their behalf.

“No class of men contributed more to carry forward the Revolution and to achieve our independence than did the ministers.” -B. F. Morris, historian, 1864

“The preachers of the Revolution did not hesitate to attack the great political and social evils of their day…” Frank Moore, historian, 1862

“To the pulpit we owe the moral force which was our independence. They prepared for the struggle, and went into battle, not as soldiers of fortune, but with The Word of God in their hearts and trusting in Him.”

“England sent her armies to compel submission and the colonists appealed to Heaven? -John Wingate Thorton, historian, 1860

“This righteous rebellion began in the churches before spilling out into the streets of Boston and the rural regions of the colonies. In 1776 mixing politics and religion was as common as drinking smuggled tea.”

“The colonial clergy created the religious climate that made it possible for the American Revolution to take place.” James L. Adams, author and journalist, 1989

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean.

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