Land Of Liberty

My country tis of thee,

sweet land of liberty,

of thee I sing.

Land where my fathers died,

land of the pilgrim's pride,

from every mountain side,

let freedom ring.



    YES INDEED DION ~ THE FOURTH OF JULY IS *INDEPENDENCE DAY* Marked by *The Declaration of Independence* from Great Britain JULY 4th 1776 You didn't like British Rule & British Taxes so you rejected KING GEORGE III and replaced him (as Thomas Jefferson said) with KING GEORGE WASHINGTON ~ Now 243 years later you have KING DONALD TRUMP ! You could have had QUEEN ELIZABETH II for the last 66 years ~ I KNOW WHO I WOULD CHOSE TO SERVE ! BUT You chose to be INDEPENDENT so my Prayer is *GOD BLESS AMERICA and ALL WHO SAIL IN HER ~ AMEN*

    Blessing & Peace & Joy & Love in the Spirit
    Yours ANGELA BRIAN 🧡 🧡 🧡 🧡

    • ForeverJesus6

      Thank you and with my mom being from Belize I have alot of spare Belizean money around the house. Just about every piece of it's currency has the queen's face on it.
      So although, as it should be, my loyalty will always be to my country, I will say, "God bless Donald Trump", and, "God save the queen".

      There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for we are all one who are in Christ Jesus.

      Your brother in Christ,
      Dion Phillips Crown

      Persistence is key

    • Suresh

      Teach us again, what it means to be free, for we have chipped away so much of it.

      • ForeverJesus6

        Every country has their share of problems. Still, it is hard to find a better country than America. I think alot of people in this world complain when things don't go their way. So many people think that they are owed something. I would say this country has alot of freedom.
        Persistence is key

        • Suresh

          Yes, America was and to some extent still is, but is disintegrating rapidly. The warning signs are wailing loud, and recent events have accelerated an irreversible, inevitable outcome,

          I am not being morbid, just a reality check.

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