Welcome to
The First Church of the Internet

Our guest speaker is Pastor Sheldon Emry
of Lord's Covenant Church.

In 1985 Pastor Emry
delivered a series of radio sermons on

The Christian History of The United States
America's Roots

The programs are listed below.
They have been edited to remove opening
and closing comments, outdated addresses, literature offers, etc.
Each program lasts approximately twenty minutes.

To listen to these sermons click on the titles below.

The Colonial Charters

The Colonial Charters - Romans 13

America's God Ordained Destiny

Founding a Christian Nation

Taking the Gospel to the Nations

Thanksgiving

Pilgrim Christians - Mayflower Compact

Pennsylvania - Year of the Bible

Documents, writings and sermons at the time of our war of Independence

Zion and the New Jerusalem - Daniel's 5th Kingdom

The Old Jerusalem and the New Jerusalem of Bible Prophecy

Zion and the New Jerusalem

For more sermons, books and articles by Pastor Emry click on the link below.

Sheldon Emry Memorial Library

The Christian History of the Constitution
of the Unites States of America

by Verna M. Hall

In Association with Amazon.com

The pulpit of the American Revolution; political sermons of the period of 1776
by John Wingate Thornton

News Update

In 1952 President Truman established one day a year as a  "National Day of  Prayer."
 
In 1988, President Reagan designated the first Thursday in May of each year as the National Day of Prayer.
 
In June 2007, (then) Presidential candidate Barack Obama declared that the USA was no longer a Christian nation.
 
After his election, President Obama, canceled the 21st annual National Day of Prayer ceremony at the White House under the rouse of "not wanting to offend anyone".
 
On September 25, 2009 from 4 am until 7  pm, a National Day of Prayer for the Muslim religion was held on Capitol Hill, beside the White House. There were over 50,000 Muslims that day in DC.

April 15 2010

A federal judge in Wisconsin declared Thursday that the US law authorizing a National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional. US District Judge Barbara Crabb said the federal statute violates the First Amendment’s prohibition on government endorsement of religion. The Rev. Barry Lynn, praised Judge Crabb’s ruling.

 

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