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Ben Franklin's Call 4 Prayer @ Constitutional Convention Our Consitution Founded On Prayer.

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Make this Go viaral, share, email, facebook, twitter.....Christian-connect the dots on Social Cultural Issues of our Day view all seven you tube videos.....help make it go viral,spread the word......Without national morality, with out Christianity this nation is going to fall apart. Abandoning God will always lead to national calamity followed by destruction Ben Francklin's Call for prayer is so Bibicaly based, demonstrates our country founded on prayer, importance of God to any successful endeavor. His call for prayer is recorded in James Madison's notes on the debates of constitution and in brochure congress chaplaincy Connect the Dots--Jesus LORD over all, our lives, homes, families or LIAR or LUNATIC really no other options;--- Washington Farwell,-Religion and Morality necessary for good Government;---- Benjamin Franklins perfect Bibical Call of Prayer necessary for Religion and Morality Good Government;----- Pro-Life vote for, we have become a barbaric country;----- Chastity in the words of World Reknown Speaker Pam Stenzel, lack of Chastity Abortion, Family breakdown rooted in Breakdown of Chastity!!.....http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-jwqP4zRycWJcy1aYDZMyw/videos?flow=grid&view=0 & http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-jwqP4zRycWJcy1aYDZMyw?feature=watch What happened with Benjamin Franklin called the Constitutional Convention to prayer? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spXCP4H6O4I Franklin's Appeal for Prayer at the Constitutional Convention http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=98 The doctor sat down, and never did I [General Dayton] behold a countenance at once so dignified and delighted as was that of Washington, at the close of the address! Nor were the members of the Convention, generally less affected. The words of the venerable Franklin fell upon our ears with a weight and authority, even greater than we may suppose an oracle to have had in a Roman Senate! A silent admiration superseded, for a moment, the expression of that assent and approbation which was strongly marked on almost every countenance. According to Steele, Dayton then recalled Alexander Hamilton's protest and sarcastic refusal to accept "foreign aid." And then he continued: Washington fixed his eye upon the speaker [Hamilton], with a mixture of surprise and indignation, while he uttered this impertinent and impious speech, and then looked around to ascertain in what manner it affected others. They did not leave him a moment to doubt; no one deigned to reply, or take the smallest notice of the speaker, but the motion for appointing a chaplain was instantly seconded and carried; whether under the silent disapprobation of Mr. H___, or his solitary negative, I do not recollect. The motion for an adjournment was then put and carried unanimously, and the Convention adjourned accordingly. The three days of recess were spent in the manner advised by Doctor Franklin; the opposite parties mixed with each other, and a free and frank interchange of sentiments took place. On the fourth day we assembled again, and if great additional light had not been thrown on the subject, every unfriendly feeling had been expelled; and a spirit of conciliation had been cultivated, which promised, at least, a calm and dispassionate reconsideration of the subject [state's representation]. Benjamin Franklin's 2 Questions Still Stand Chuck Norris | Apr 30, 2013 http://townhall.com/columnists/chucknorris/2013/04/30/benjamin-franklins-2-questions-still-stand-n1582062/page/full "I therefore beg leave to move that henceforth prayers imploring the assistance of heaven and its blessings on our deliberations be held in this assembly every morning before we proceed to business and that one or more of the clergy of this city be requested to officiate in that service." Those are riveting words and questions for any age and country, particularly our own. The delegates at the convention decided not to orchestrate a daily formal ceremony, but it wasn't bec...