Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates U.S. men and women who died while in the military service. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War (it is celebrated near the day of reunification after the Civil War), it was expanded after World War I.
Here is a video and song for you to be still and reflect on your freedom today! You have heard it time and time again FREEDOM IS NOT FREE! Salvation is not free! Christ PAID for your salvation!
Please remember MEN AND WOMEN ARE PAYING FOR YOUR FREEDOM EVERYDAY!
I want to say thank you to the men and women that serve this country!
I want to say thank you for the wives and husbands who scarifice every day for our freedom.
Thank you for enduring long nights away from home. The repeat tours overseas. The years you miss of the lives of those you love the most. The moms thank you for being strong! Thank you for building community around women and men that are waiting at home. Thank you for praying. Thank you for being strong when your spouse is not the same upon their return home. Thank you for loving them. Thank you for writing letters and sending care packages. Thank you for your leadership!
THANK YOU FOR BEING WILLING TO GIVE YOUR LIFE FOR SOMETHING GREATER THAN YOURSELF!
THANK YOU MILITARY FAMILY FOR ALWAYS SUPPORTING EVEN IN THE MOST DIFFICULT SITUATIONS.
PRAISE THE LORD FOR MEN AND WOMEN WHO LOST THEIR LIFE IN BATTLE. IT IS BECAUSE OF THEIR SCARIFICE THAT WE CAN BE FREE TODAY!
TO OUR SOLDIERS AND THEIR FAMILY I SAY THANK YOU FOREVER AND ALWAYS!
Please comment on this post and thank or remember a soldier by writing their name and if you would like add a special note about them.
To my husband (former) Captain Phillip Fletcher.....Thank you for every hard scarifice! Thank you for the love you have for your family and those who serve alongside you. Thank you for being strong enough to stand for something greater than yourself. Thank you for being disciplined! I love you for being the man you are. I thank God for what you and I both learned and experienced as a military family. ARMY STRONG HOOAH!