Mr. Representative, and Mr. Senator,
I was told that I am not allowed; by law; to mix religious and secular materials.
Let me explain. I minister to people at half way houses and homeless shelters.
I left Bibles; and another time tracts; at some of these places. I was told I could not do that any longer. When did these things happen? When did Communism come into vogue? To say we could not act like Christians.
Please call the Speaker and the Senators to rectify this.
As I recallAmericais a Christian Nation; at least; the majority of Americans claim to be Christian.
We were taught this in school, and Gentlemen; we need to get our history books out.
A few of these may be found at WWW.WALLBUILDERS.ORG Under Historical Documents.
By Grover Cleveland – 10/25/1887
The text of a handwritten Proclamation for a Day of Thanksgiving and Prayer, issued by Grover Cleveland, President of the United States, on October 25, 1887.
By Ulysses S. Grant – 10/28/1871
A National Thanksgiving Proclamation issued by Ulysses S. Grant, President of the United States, on October 28, 1871.
By Abraham Lincoln – 10/03/1863
A national Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, issued by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, on October 3, 1863.
By Abraham Lincoln – 11/15/1862
President Lincoln quoted from two separate General Orders by George Washington in this 1862 General Order issued during the height of the Civil War.
By James Buchanan – 12/14/1860
A National Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer Proclamation issued by James Buchanan, President of the United States, on December 14, 1860.
By James A. Garfield – 02/16/1858
“James Garfield, the twentieth President of the United States, recounted the results of a revival he just preached in this 1858
Gentlemen you need to be more in tune withAmerica. Why do we Americans need to be watching you?
Richard D Gregory Sr.