Meg Massey
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Meg Massey shares her life, faith, writings and wanderings on her blog. Meg completed her Master of Arts in English in May of 2009, and currently works as a marketing professional. In rare moments of rest, she loves spending time with her husband Ryan, reading a good book, and snapping...

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  1. Excellent post. So thankful for John 8::32 and 36… that we who were slaves to sin can be free because of the ultimate sacrifice of God’s son. Also thankful to all who were willing to be brave for America’s freedom =)

  2. This post astounded me! I love it – thank you so much for sharing the truth about what happened to our founding fathers.

  3. Thank you for this. The men you talk about are great examples of leadership and courage. That last quote is heavy. I fear we haven’t made good use of the freedom hat was fought for. But even more so, I know we often neglect to make good use of the freedom Christ paid for. But He is so loving that He does not hold it against us or regret/repent the sacrifice as John Adams says. Instead, Christ loves us still and will see us through.
    The 56 men are great examples but Christ is worthy of all our praise.
    Thanks for this relevant reminder of our freedom and the price that was paid.