"The Constitution of The United States."
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September 17th was Constitution Day! Let us protect her, fight for her, and return our country back to the people. We hope you enjoy our new video, "The Constitution of The United States."

"We the People  of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."


Charles Haddon Spurgeon
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. Watch his amazing story here.  

John Calvin
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John Calvin (1509-1564) was a prominent French theologian during the Protestant Reformation and the father of the theological system known as Calvinism. Martin Luther and Calvin are arguably the most significant architects of the Reformation. "If Luther sounded the trumpet for reform, Calvin orchestrated the score by which the Reformation became a part of Western civilization."
Benedict Arnold 
General George Washington, who was visiting West Point the very day it was to be betrayed, wrote September 26, 1780:  
"Treason of the blackest dye was yesterday discovered! General Arnold who commanded at West Point, was about to...give the American cause a deadly wound if not fatal stab. Happily the treason had been timely discovered to prevent the fatal misfortune. The providential train of circumstances which led to its discovery affords the most convincing proof that the Liberties of America are the object of divine Protection." Watch here.
The Star-Spangled Banner
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198 years ago, our national anthem was born. A lawyer by the name of Francis Scott Key was so moved by his experience of the previous night that he put pen to paper. The result was an almost instant success and has endured for nearly two centuries: The Star-Spangled Banner.

On September 14, 1814, Key found himself on a British prison ship in the outer harbor of Baltimore. He was there to negotiat

e the release of a friend who had been arrested by the British. But after he arrived on board, the British opened fire on Fort McHenry which stood guard over the city. The British had already captured and burned Washington. Only a severe storm saved the city from destruction. 

As Key watched the battle, he could make out the oversized flag which flew over the fort by the illumination of exploding cannon shells. The flag had been specially commissioned by the commander of the fort, George Armistead, to dare the British. He said he wanted, "a flag so large that the British would have no difficulty seeing it from a distance." Key knew that as long the flag flew over the fort, it remained in American hands. So with each burst of light, Key strained to make out the flag.

When the fighting ended, Key anxiously awaited the dawn. Had the British given up? Or had the fighting stopped because the fort had fallen? The flag would tell. And as those rays fell upon the harbor, Key could see that tattered as she was, the flag still flew.

Later that day Key checked into a Baltimore hotel. There, on this day, he wrote the first lines of the poem he called "Defense of Fort McHenry." The poem was set in a popular song of the day and within a month had been published in 17 newspapers and broadsides of the poem were selling out. The Star-Spangled Banner contains four stanzas, though on the first is commonly sung. 


The Story of Liberty on Roku.
The Story of Liberty is now on Roku! Access hundreds of hours of entertaining Christian historical videos that show the true history of Americas great success! See the Divine hand of God as He works a counter plan throughout history. 
The Story of Liberty has been hidden to most because of revisionist history. The Story of Liberty's goal is to restore our Liberties by educating in the truth. These stories are amazing, entertaining and in a format that will inspire you, your children and grandchildren to be freedom fighters. This information is valuable, freedom is precious. Add the channel today and be amazed!  The Story of Liberty currently has two channels to choose from. The Premium Channel Full version and the Preview Lite Channel. You can add either channel by clicking the image.

"I just found your channel. The videos are beautiful. I never knew 90% of the history that I've seen here. I've done some research and was pleased to find your teaching truth. Thank you... I am prepared to become a liberty woman!" - Jean 


Mother Teresa Of Calcutta
Mother Teresa Of Calcutta Center & Speech at The National Prayer Breakfast.

         James Wilson
One of six founding fathers to sign both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. President Washington appointed him to the Supreme Court.

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