Historians and Jewish sources point out that America's Thanksgiving holiday may not have been a totally new celebration—but that its roots may go back thousands of years to the biblical Feast of Tabernacles.
David Hackett Fisher's Washington's Crossingis a well told story of the Continental Army in the fall and winter of 1776, a very dark hour in our nation's history. Fisher is the type of history teacher we all should have had in school. If so, we all would be avid students of the past.
In part 1 of this series we noted America's unlikely break from Britain to chart a new and independent course—in fulfillment of Bible prophecy. Now we examine the foretelling of the United States' rise to greatness and its dramatic fulfillment.
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