Happy Memorial Day 2011

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Happy Memorial Day America!

Observed on the last Monday in May, Memorial Day in the United States is a day that America honors soldiers who died while in military service.

To all of the families of fallen soldiers, we support you and honor you.  Prayers are sent your way today and always.  Your family member is a hero and will live on as such in Heaven.

“With the tears a Land hath shed
Their graves should ever be green.”
~Thomas Bailey Aldrich



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2 responses to “Happy Memorial Day 2011

  • roy

    We pray for those that are still amongst us, that sacrifice their lives daily for freedom, and we pray that they come back home safely as well, and God’s speed upon those that are home that need comfort too. May we also be reminded to let us honor those that need to be honored, but that they too honor the one that grant them the strength and wisdom to do what they have to do to be honored.

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