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Veterans Day



Veterans, Wives And Families

 Remembers and Honors Our Veterans 

Now and Always

"Because We Care"





A  tribute to  All  Veterans Everywhere.  We thank you for your sacrifices and service to our country in the continuing pursuit of everlasting democracy and freedom.  

Veterans' Day

Three cheers for the
heroes who were courageous enough to
take a stand
and put themselves
at their country's command.
They were willing to
sacrifice everything
so that the liberty bell
could ring.
Nothing dissuaded them.
They followed the convictions
of their heart and paved the way
to make the United States
the great country it is today.
They protected you and me
and kept America free
from sea to shining sea.
So please take a moment
this Veterans' Day to say a prayer
for those who served their country.
Always remember
the brave souls
who refused to surrender.

 by Bobette Bryan, 2001



Preparing For Battle
Dorothea K. Barwick

Lord, keep us ever vigilant as our armor is put in place
for the battleground is ready and we need some extra grace.
Let Your blessings fall upon us as we sound the warrior’s cry,
while comforting our loved ones who fear that we may die.
Keep Your hand upon our head when we have no time to pray
for the terror of the war may surround us any day.

Lord, we ask Your choicest blessings on those we must leave behind;
mothers, fathers, sons and daughters...Lord, protect them and be kind.
Hold their hand when they are worried, let our messages get through,
for Lord you know that each of us relies solely on You.
There will be unfamiliar trials that they’re not yet equipped to face,
but by prayer they too will be prepared by Your amazing grace.

Give us courage to face the enemy, help us persevere until the end,
seeking freedom for the oppressed, while our country we defend.
If the days of war are lengthened, Lord, give us added strength to stand
and steadfastly proclaim Your truth over in some foreign land.
Draw us ever closer to You as we bow our heads in prayer,
seeking always to do Your will so we will not falter there.

Let the peace that passeth understanding be etched deeply in each heart,
assured that when You go before us, we will not fall apart.
And if, perchance, we are wounded, or must lay down our life one day,
still with thanksgiving on our lips, we’ll praise You, Lord, all the way.
For You are the joy of our salvation, our hope of life in eternity,
as when we leave this earth behind, we’ll dwell with You in victory.

But until that day’s upon us, bravely we will face anew
every trial, every conflict, armed with Your power through and through!



Have you hugged a VETERAN today?   Remember to thank them;  for without these brave men and women there would be no home of the free!!





When our boys went to war to answer Our Country's call.

To come home as men, And tell of the things they saw.

To the wives and sweethearts that gave them up,

So they may do their job, To have them come home walking,

Or to read their names upon a wall. Remember Them now,

As you did back then. Their shy faces,

Their funny little grins. Remember what they died for,

Remember why they went. Remember why they are not with us today,

For they are now Heaven sent. Speak their names at the graveyards,

Speak their names upon the WALL, But speak of them Proudly,

And speak of them all. For they are not with us now,

They have answered



Delbert Goben



and all of our military serving home and abroad.  To their families and loved ones ...We thank you!



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