|Watch the Amazing History of Johnny Apple Seed|
Johnny Appleseed collected seeds from apple cider presses in western Pennsylvania and planted nurseries from the Alleghenies to central Ohio, giving thousands of seedlings to westward bound pioneers.
He lived at harmony with Indians, bringing them medicinal plants.
During the War of 1812, Johnny Appleseed heard the British had incited an Indian attack, so he ran 30 miles from Mansfield to Mount Vernon, Ohio, to warn settlers.
Bare foot, wearing a mush pan over his eccentric long hair and an old coffee sack over his shoulders, Johnny Appleseed had a unique devotion to nature and the Bible.
He called an apple blossom a "living sermon from God" and often quoted the Sermon on the Mount.
Poet William Henry Venable wrote: "Remember Johnny Appleseed - All ye who love the apple - He served his kind by word and deed - In God's grand greenwood chapel."
How many states refer to God in their own Constitutions?
America's founders did not intend for there to be a separation of God and state, as shown by the fact that all 50 states acknowledge God in their state constitutions:
A Shining City on a Hill
Four hundred years ago the conflict between tyranny and liberty was red hot. Tyranny was well represented by James I and his son Charles I who ruled England from 1603-1645. These kings were facing off with a people armed with the most powerful weapon in history, the English Bible. For a thousand years the Bible had been hidden from the people, made illegal to own and was only written in Latin - until the Geneva Bible was printed in 1560. By the 17th century, thousands of families were reading their own Bibles and discovering its eternal principles of civil and religious liberty. As a result several generations of Englishmen rose up and stood against the tyrannical rule of the Stuart kings. Continue Reading...
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National Geographic Project confirms Genesis
Scientists have found the Biblical account in Genesis to be accurate. We all descended from one man and one woman according to the DNA study. Genesis 1:27