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George Washington's Prayer at Valley Forge--I love this painting.

Arnold Friberg Most Famous Paintings

The Prayer at Valley Forge my favorite painting ever. Presidents don't do this anymore and it's sad considering that this country was soley based on God.

Portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale

1st US President George Washington

Lithograph of George Washington by Rembrant Peale. Washington was a soldier before becoming our first president. He was and very much a man's man in battle.

Too bad our government doesn't realize this.  Just have to keep praying and know that God is IN CONTROL!!!

1st US President George Washington

It's impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible. George Washington Don't sit this election out.

On wait this nation has freedom of religion and you have  no right to govern it by the bible, only by the constitution

George Washington Founding Father of the United States. Elected the first President of the United States in serving for eight years. Regarded as the 'Father of the Country"

God and Tyrants: A Government with no religion or Biblical Moral Precepts will surely fail like most Godless empires throughout world history.

Patriotic ~ America ~ "Those who will not be governed by God will be ruled by tyrants" ~ William Penn, 1668

George Washington made May 17th a day to repent to God and pray for His providence in America. Please do the same and repin! The prayer he said ---> http://usaheritage.org/wash_prayer1.html

One of my favorite paintings! George Washington made May a day to repent to God and pray for His providence in America.

In this comprehensive history Fr. Charles Connor details the life of Catholics in the American Colonies. Its a tale that begins with the flight of English Catholics to religious freedom in Maryland in 1634 and continues through the post-Revolutionary period by which time the constitutions of all but four of the first 13 states contained harsh anti-Catholic provisions.  Catholic readers will be proud to learn from these pages that despite almost two centuries of ever-more-intense religious…

In this comprehensive history Fr. Charles Connor details the life of Catholics in the American Colonies. Its a tale that begins with the flight of English Catholics to religious freedom in Maryland in 1634 and continues through the post-Revolutionary period by which time the constitutions of all but four of the first 13 states contained harsh anti-Catholic provisions. Catholic readers will be proud to learn from these pages that despite almost two centuries of ever-more-intense religious…

Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND

George Washington built this great country on a solid foundation of religious freedom, is it any surprise that the closer we get to a secular nation our country is faltering?

George Washington and Religion · George Washington's Mount Vernon

George Washington and Religion · George Washington's Mount Vernon

Learn more about George Washington and his religious beliefs and practices. Better understand Washington's strong views on the importance of religious freedom and the positive role of religion in free society.

Learn more about George Washington and his religious beliefs and practices. Better understand Washington's strong views on the importance of religious freedom and the positive role of religion in free society.

George Washington

George Washington

The George Washington Digital Encyclopedia is the place to learn more about George Washington and the wide range of subjects related to his world and the colonial era.

The George Washington Digital Encyclopedia is the place to learn more about George Washington and the wide range of subjects related to his world and the colonial era.

George Washington quote - political prosperity  https://www.facebook.com/Focus.TheTruthProject

George Washington quote - political prosperity https://www.facebook.com/Focus.TheTruthProject

Dec 16, 1799 George Washington, the first president of the United States, died at his Mount Vernon, Va., home at age 67.

A name that stands out in US history more than many others is George Washington. George Washington was the first president of the United States. He was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia in