Over the years, members of the military have served our country. That means they have served us. Many of them have willingly laid down their lives to protect and defend, in wartime and peace, the Constitution of the United States of America and its freedoms. We can attend a church of our choosing. We can own a Bible. We have the freedom of speech. The freedom of assembly. The freedom of the press. We have the Second Amendment as well. We have these freedoms, rights, and more, all defended and protected by the members of the military.
Today, November 11, is Veterans Day. Today we celebrate all who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces. Today we honor and celebrate them. Today let’s take time to pause, reflect and pray for our veterans and their families. Let’s thank God for all of them. Let’s ask God to put his cloak around them and protect them. Let’s ask God to protect their families as well.
If you are a veteran, know that we love you. We thank you. We honor you and value you. Today we want you to know how much we appreciate you. And we are here for you. We love you. And God loves you.