When values are forsaken, U.S. tempts fate
From history, writings about great men, leaders of our beautiful country, and our presidents, Abraham Lincoln was always envisioned as a man with the highest ideals for American life.
In his speeches, Abe used terms like “God’s will,” “God’s light,” “God’s providence,” “God’s ways” and “God’s work.” Those phrases were used with honest respect, honor and guidance.
Certainly, Lincoln used them without any apology. He was a spiritual man.
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