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An excerpt from Pastor jeff’s latest bible study…

Apathy is cancer to a thriving faith and life. When our faith loses focus the cancer has already begun to spread. Without treatment it can eat away at everything we hold dear. Jesus was the ultimate revolutionary. His promise to fill us with Himself until we overflow with Him was in every way revolutionary. His very presence called into question every alternate means by which we seek meaning. Until we settle the issue that life at its fullest only comes from Him, we are ignoring the cancer. The treatment that Jesus prescribed was indeed revolutionary because it was contained within a relationship that He freely offers to anyone willing to address the problems of living.

Jesus came to instigate a revolution that would be embraced and advanced by His followers - the church - as a force to be reckoned with. When we successfully get past any doubt that we can do anything significant and understand that doing our part, combined with His divine power, is amazingly significant, then change, growth, rescue, and help multiplies everywhere. We have to shatter the misbelief that our small piece, our little contribution is of no consequence.

Are you ready to kill the cancer of apathy? Can you see the need around you? Do you want to be a part of the solution? Do you want to join the cause of Jesus? Are you ready for a Jesus Revolution in your own life? If so, Welcome to the Revolution!


 

Revolution Trivia Questions & Answers

1. Q- How many US troops were engaged in the Revolutionary War?

A- 217,000

2. Q- Who did the 13 Colonies fight for independence from?

A- Britain

3. Q- When and where was the first shot fired, launching the beginning of the war?

A- April 19, 1775; Lexington, Massachusetts

4. Q- Who was commander of the Continental Army?

A- George Washington


5. Q- What battle was the first American victory and possibly the turning point that led to victory over Britain?

A- The Battle of Saratoga


6. Q- How many years did the American Revolutionary war last?

A- 7


7. Q- What were the 13 colonies:

A- Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts Bay, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island.


8. Q- What happened on December 16, 1773?

A- The Boston Tea Party


9. Q- When did the US formally declare independence from Great Britain?

A- July 4, 1776


10. Q- Who made the first American flag?

A- Betsy Ross


11. Q- Who was an early American hero of the Revolutionary War who later became one of the most infamous traitors in U.S. history after he switched sides and fought for the British?

A- Benedict Arnold


12. Q- How did the Revolutionaries disguise themselves during the Boston Tea Party?

A- Native Americans


13. Q- Whose side did France take during the American Revolution?

A- The Colonists


14. Q- Who was the British King during the American Revolution?

A- King George III


15. Q- What was the famous command given at the Battle of Bunker Hill?

A- “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes” -William Prescott


16. Q- Where did the British surrender to the colonists?

A- Yorktown


17. Q- What was the goal of the first Continental Congress?

A- Prevent taxation without representation


18. Q- On what holiday did Washington famously cross the Delaware River and sneak into New Jersey?

A- Christmas


19. Q- Who commanded the British army during the American Revolution?

A- William Howe


20- What was the name of the treaty that officially ended the war?

A- Treaty of Paris