Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

CELEBRATE FREEDOM


Come and let's celebrate our freedom to worship God as we please. Let's all gather together, in our churchs, to worship and adore Jesus Christ. He is the only source of our eternal life. And come and let's celebrate our nation's independence days. Let's be thankful we can can enjoy the religious freedom of our great and glorious nation. Let's hopefully pray it never goes away!
Love in Christ Jesus!
Roxanne Lea Dubarry
aka Roxy54/October Country
May 13,2012

Submitted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013
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People have told me often that my Fourth of July poems are their favorites, and I agree with them. The celebration of freedom and liberty is more than an annual event- it is a right and a privledge to share the whole year long!

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