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Lord, I thought I knew you,

   but know the winds have changed.

Tossed away, will you find me?

   Can still , my heart be sustained?

Just me and you when things were new,

then the season's storms blew by.

   Did I forget to worship you?

 

Will you come, Lord Jesus to gather us- your sheep.

   For the days grow long and still,

If we watch and wait, will you hear us yet-

   Can we stand strong to do you will?

 

 The wheat has been blowing in that field,

   While the laborers are so few.

What then, now are we waiting for?

   Can hardened hearts become like new?

 

 Safely can we stay behind you,

   as we march with your trumpet sound?

Or- have we stayed and hid so long now,

   That our roots dry underground?

 

 I pray Lord that you will find me.

   I pray not to be ashamed.

I seek you when it's early Lord.

   I pray not to fall away.

 

So come Lord Jesus come quickly-

   The terrible day is at hand.

I pray we'll all be steadfast.

   So you may strengthen our spirits ,

as we stand.

 

Loree Brownfield

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II Kings 6:16-17

"Do not fear, for those who are with us are more than those who are with them."

Then Elisha prayed and said, "O LORD, I pray, open his eyes that he may see."

And the LORD opened the servant's eyes, and he saw; and behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire around Elisha.

 

These Had Signifanct Influence on this nation's founding fathers:

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Classic Philosophers and Poets, Most of the founding fathers in America were thorougly familiar with these Greco-Roman authors: e.g., Aristotle, Plato, Cicero, Virgil.
The Latin Library, (Cicero, Livy, Horace, etc.) Ability to read these sources extemporaneously was an entrance requirement at colonial schools such as Harvard.
The Vulgate, The Holy Bible in Latin.
The Bible, The best Bible online, which allows the user to immediately discover the Hebrew and Greek words behind the English words.
The Bible, This book was, of course, the most influential piece of literature in Colonial America.
St. Augustine, The church father of choice among American Puritans.
St. Augustine, English translations of his works on predestination which greatly influenced the Puritans.

 

Medieval Sources Impacting this nation's founders:


Ordinance of William the Conqueror
Sowing the seeds of separation of Church and State in the English world.
Laws of William the Conqueror

http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/medieval/lawwill.htm


Constitutions of Clarendon (1164) Established rights of laymen and the church in England.

http://www.constitution.org/eng/consclar.htm


Assize of Clarendon (1166) Defined rights and duties of courts and people in criminal cases. Foundation of the principle of "due process."

http://www.constitution.org/eng/assizcla.htm


Assize of Arms (1181) Defined rights and duties of people and militias.

http://www.constitution.org/eng/assizarm.htm


Magna Carta (1215) One of the American colonists' most revered documents, the Magna Carta established the principle that no one, not even the king or a lawmaker, is above the law of God.

http://www.constitution.org/eng/magnacar.htm


De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Angliæ, Henry de Bracton (1268) This text was the most important legal treatise written in England in the medieval period as it organized, systematized, and explicated the principles of English Common Law later embraced by the American colonists.

http://hlsl.law.harvard.edu/bracton/Unframed/calendar.htm


Summa Theologica, St. Thomas Aquinas (1265-1273) Pinnacle of Scholasticism.

Covering a wide range of topics, by the colonial times, most educated people in the Western world were thoroughly familiar with this important text.

http://www.newadvent.org/summa/


Marco Polo's Travels [excerpt] (@1300), the description of the South Pacific which inspired Columbus to attempt to go to India by way of the Atlantic.

http://personal.pitnet.net/primarysources/polo.html


The First Manual of Parliamentary Procedure (@ 1350) The sources studied by many of the lawyers who founded the U.S.

http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/medieval/manner.htm
An English Law Library, http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook-law.html#ENGLISH%20LAW


The Declaration of Arbroath (1320) Scotland's declaration of independence from England. An early model for the U.S. Declaration, this document ends with a phrase parallel to that of the U.S. Declaration: "and to Him as the Supreme King and Judge we commit the maintenance of our cause, casting our cares upon Him and firmly trusting that He will inspire us with courage and bring our enemies to nought." http://www.constitution.org/scot/arbroath.htm