Chaplains and Clergy of The Revolution: Chapter 14 – JOHN ROSSBURGH

Chapter 14: JOHN ROSSBURGH.  Hessians at Trenton

This chapter on JOHN ROSSBURGH contains: —An Irishman By Birth. —His Education. —Is Settled At. “Forks of the Delaware.” — His Patriotism. — Joins A Company formed in his own Parish as a Soldier. —His painful Parting with His Wife. —Makes His Will. —Chaplain of a Regiment. —Marches Against the Enemy. —Is Taken Prisoner, and Murdered While Praying for His Enemies. —the Mutilated Corpse Stealthily Buried. —His Letters to His Wife Just Before A Skirmish. —His Character.

Three incredible points about JOHN ROSSBURGH are: He was aware that he may die for the sake and future of his Country. He fully committed his family faithfully into the trust of Jesus. He was forgiving at the moment of his death – praying for his murderers.

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Fact Not Fiction:

This book is the Historical Fact that Christianity (see the link at the end) is the root of our American Heritage and a key factor in the inspiration of the Revolution. God governance is God’s governance and the Citizenry understood this. Those that were Chaplains and Clergy were not just religious mouth pieces. NO, They were warrior Patriots that spoke first the Word of God and then the musket or sword.

I am reading this book as if to my Grandchildren. I hope that parents and Grandparents would do the same. I hope and pray more that Pastors would be in these tumultuous times as the same that these Founding Clergy and Chaplains were.

Let us all learn and act according to the Blessing and examples they set for US in our Foundation.

Table of Contents

The link here to the Table of Contents will be continuously updated as each chapter video is completed and then linked from the Sam Adams Returns Youtube channel.

The Book Link:

Chaplains and Clergy of The Revolution


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