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General George Washington:
"American Apostle" of Radical Christianity!
FACT:
George Washington was the "MOST RADICAL" Christian;
Since Roman Emperor "Constantine the Great!"
Only slightly less than Apostle Paul!

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Young George Washington:
Confessing His 'Cherry Tree Sins!'

This event Testified to by Family and Pastor;
There is not the Slightest evidence to the Contrary!
Offering $10,000 for such EVIDENCE to be presented!
Young George Washington's CHERRY TREE Story!

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Christian Righteousness!'

He Commanded the his soldiers attend Sunday Meetings;
His Required a 'Time of Prayer' twice a day for Troops;
Commanded his Soldiers - including Officers - NOT TO SIN, and to have a Commitment to Christianity!
He forbad profane speech, cursing, blasphemy, petty gaming/gambling, drunkenness, adultery, etc;
He had "sinners" literally whipped with a good numbers of lashes for such sins!
George Washington: 25-Lashes for Blaspheming God's Name!
George Washington: Strongly AGAINST DRINKING ALCOHOL
George Washington: Methods of Discipline Adult Sins
George Washington on HOMOSEXUALITY;


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General George Washington:

Apostle of Consistent Fervent Prayer'

His Valley Forge Prayer testified to by Army Officers,
Foot-Soldiers, Neighbors, Personal Aides, Strangers, Family Members;
George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Sovereignty and Providence;

That He wrote on the Theology of GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY;
More than any Theologian of the Reformation;
More than the Catholic Church writersin 2,000 years;
More than all who wrote Holy Scripture - COMBINED!
Washington literally declared in writing for the whole world to know, that he would have "plenty of time to become a Preacher of Divine Providence after the War!"
George Washington Planned to be PREACHER after the WAR!
George Washington's Basic Beliefs in PROVIDENCE: BRIEF;
George Washington: Teaches on Providence of Death
George Washington Attributes MONMOUTH VICTORY to PROVIDENCE;
George Washington: Some Letters on PROVIDENCE;

GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BAPTISM

General George Washington:
Baptized During The Revolutionary War;

By His Army Chaplain, Baptist Preacher John Gano,
War Chaplain John Gano BAPTIZED GEORGE WASHINGTON;
George Washington's Baptism According to "Time Magazine" 1932;
George Washington's Baptism: 'Three Eyewitness do AFFIDAVITS: An Act of Congress, 7-16-1894, Accepts the Evidence

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Biblical and Literary Genius!

He created a Religious Literary work comparative to Shakespeare:
He devised over 700 Scriptural Names/Titles for God,
Exceeding all Divine Titles EVER Created (Including Bible!)
And including all Theologians of Antiquity and the Current Age!
Since Washington did this over his lifetime, he had to have kept track of hundreds of titles previously created, in this monumental literary work!
George Washington Uses Over 700 NAMES-TITLES of DEITY;
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General George Washington:
Apostle of Spiritual Warfare, Prayer Warrior!

George Washington prayed consistently, constantly: from pre-teens, through teens; from Early French & Indian War days through the Revolutionary War; from the US Constitutional Convention through his Presidency.
At every season of life, and every situation,
Washington prayed, and urged others to pray!
George Washington: Adult Nephew Witnesses Kneeling Daily Prayer;
What George Washington Actually Prayed for: His Own Words!
George Washington Prays for Food for Army: Fish Clog River Soon After!
George Washington Prays: Supernatural Fog Allows Escape!
George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;

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General George Washington:
Apostle of Christian Doctrine & Theology;

FACT: This multitude of Names/Titles created contain many Complex Character traits of God, making Washington a GREAT THEOLOGIAN!

FACT: Washington's Letters to Family and Friends who lost spouses and children to tragic circumstances present an amazingly grasp of theology that puts Washington ON PAR with Calvin, Wesley and Spurgeon!

George Washington: 30-Ways to DEAL with DEATH of Loved Ones;
George Washington THEOLOGIAN: Teaches on Providence of Death!

FACT: If you or any Bible college Professor out there think 700-plus 'Theologically Correct' Names/Titles for God is a simple task: TRY IT!

FACT: No other writer, whether Jewish Scholar, Biblical Author, Reformation or modern Scholar, has even devised ONE-TENTH as many ORIGINAL Names/Titles!

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George Washington;

Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon;

Joint Ministry to American Indians;

The Countess, Queen of Methodism, Apostle of Christianity, the Evangelist;

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George Washington;

Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon;

Joint Ministry to American Indians;

The Countess, Queen of Methodism, Apostle of Christianity, the Evangelist;


General George Washington personally and vigorously promoted a project to evangelize Indians that was organized by Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon, well-known in England as the "Queen of Methodism", "Apostle of Christianity."

She was dedicated to evangelizing American Indians, with no preference in the war to winners, just that it soon be over so she could continues her life's mission.

George Washington so esteemed this great wealthy Evangelist, who devoted her time and wealth to the American Natives as a Missionary, that had a portrait of the Countess hanging in his estate at Mt. Vernon.

The Countess, a contemporary of John Wesley in England, was indeed one of the leading evangelical ministers of the day.


Following is a Letter From Washington to the Countess:

To THE COUNTESS OF HUNTINGDON

Mount Vernon, February 27, 1785.

    My Lady: The very polite and obliging letter which you did me the honor to write to me on the 8th. ... a correspondence which does me much honor.

    With respect to your humane and benevolent intentions towards the Indians, and the plan which your Ladyship has adopted to carry them into effect, they meet my highest approbation;

    [A]and I should be very happy to find every possible encouragement given to them.

    It has ever been my opinion, since I have had opportunities to observe, and to reflect upon the ignorance, indolence and general pursuits of the Indians, that all attempts to reclaim, and introduce any system of religeon or morality among them, would prove fruitless, until they could be first brought into a state of greater civilization;

    at least that this attempt should accompany the other, and be enforced by example: and I am happy to find that it is made the ground work of your Ladyships plan.

    With respect to the other parts of the plan, and the prospect of obtaining Lands for the Emigrants, who are to be the instruments employed in the execution of it,


    Washington Writes Letters encouraging Evangelization of Indians

    WASHINGTON WRITES JAMES JAY;
    my letter to Sir James Jay, in answer to his to me on this subject, will convey every information,

    which is in my power, at this time to give your Ladyship; and therefore I take the liberty of enclosing a transcript of it.


    WASHINGTON WRITES PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS:
    Agreeably to the assurance given in it, I have written fully to the President of Congress, with whom I have a particular intimacy,


    WASHINGTON WRITES TRANSMITS SEVERAL COPIES:
    and transmitted copies of your Ladyships plan, addresses and letter,


    WASHINGTON WRITES TO SEVERAL STATES:
    to the several States therein mentioned,


    WASHINGTON INCLUDES HIS RECOMMENDATION:
    with my approving sentiments thereon.

    I have informed him, that tho' it comes to him as a private letter from me; it is nevertheless optional in him,


    TO MEMBERS OF CONGRESS:
    to make it a matter of private communication to the members individually, or officially to Congress, as his judgment shall dictate;


    WASHINGTON URGES FEDERAL ACTION:
    giving it as my opinion, among other reasons, that I did not believe since the cession of Lands by individual States to the United States, any one of them (except New York) was in circumstances, however well inclined it might be, to carry your Ladyships plan into effect.

    What may be the result of your Ladyships Addresses to the States of North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York, individually; or of my statemt. of the matter in a friendly way to the President of Congress for the united deliberation of the whole, is not for me to anticipate, even were I acquainted with their sentiments.

    I have already observed, that neither of the States (unless Nw. York may be in circumstances to do it) can in my opinion furnish good Lands in a body for such emigrants as your Ladyship seems inclin'd to provide for.


    WASHINGTON APPROVES FEDERAL ACTION:
    That Congress can, if the treaty which is now depending with the Western Indians should terminate favourably and a cession of Lands be obtained from them, which I presume is one object for holding it, is certain; and unless the reasons which I have mentioned in my letter to Sir James Jay should be a lot or bar,


    WASHINGTON HAS NO DOUBT CONGRESS WILL DO IT!
    I have not a doubt but that they would do it; in which case, any quantity of Land (within such cession or purchase) might be obtained.

    If, ultimately, success should not attend any of these applications,


    WASHINGTON OFFERS HIS OWN LAND!
    I submit as a dernier resort, for your Lady-ships information and consideration, a Gazette containing the terms upon which

      "I have offered several tracts of Land (the quantity of my own in that country, and which lie as convenient to the Western Tribes of Indians as any in that territory (appertaining to an individual State),

      as your Ladyship may perceive by having recourse to Hutchins's Evans's, or any other map of that Country, and comparing the descriptive Lands therewith;

      and being informed that Virginia has ceded all her claim to lands No. (north) West of the Ohio, to the United States, and that the Western boundary of Pennsylvania is terminate by a meridian which crosses the river but a little distance from Fort Pitt.

    It will appear evident, from the date of my publication, that I could not at the time it was promulgated, have had an eye to your Ladyships plan of emigration;


    WASHINGTON PRAYS EARNESTLY!
    and I earnestly pray that my communication of the matter at this time, may receive no other interpretation than what is really meant, that is, a last (if it should be thought an eligible) resort.


    WASHINGTON US GOVERNMENT WILL CEDE LAND:
    I have no doubt but that Lands, if to be had at all, may be obtained from the United States, or an individual State, upon easier terms than those upon which I have offered mine;

    ... I am, etc. (signature)



To THE COUNTESS OF HUNTINGDON

Mount Vernon, June 30, 1785.

    My Lady: In the last letter which I had the honor to write to you, I informed your Ladyship of the communication I had made to the President of Congress of your wishes to obtain Lands in the Western Territory

    for a number of Emigrants as a means of civilizing the Savages, and propagating the Gospel among them.

    In answer, he informed me that Mr. Henry, Governor of this State, had laid your Ladyships letter and plan which were addressed to him, before Congress, in a full and ample manner;

    . . . and having had the enclosed resolutions and ordinance sent to me by the President himself, as the result of their long and painful deliberation on the mode of disposing of the Western Lands,

    The resolutions and ordinance herewith enclosed (on which I shall make no comments) will give the terms and shew your Ladyship the mode by which the Lands belonging to the Union are to be obtained; ...

    With the highest respect and consideration, etc. 38

    (Signed)

    [Note: From the "Letter Book" copy in the Washington Papers .]


The (Northwest Land Ordinance of 1785 reserved huge tracts of land for the sole use of the Christian Indians, evangelization, education, etc., which was added to . . . more under Washington as President . . .

. . .and under President Thomas Jefferson, money was added to pay Ministers, and build Church buildings.


Letter to Sir James Jay,

"I am clearly in sentiment with her Ladyship, that christianity will never make any progress among the Indians, or work any considerable reformation in their principles, until they are brought to a state of greater civilization;

and the mode by which she means to attempt this, as far as I have been able to give it consideration, is as likely to succeed as any other that could have been devised...

As I am well acquainted with the President of Congress, I will in the course of a few days write him a private letter on this subject giving the substance of Lady Huntington's plan and asking his opinion of the encouragement it might expect to receive from Congress if it should be brought before that honorable body.

...Without reverberating the arguments in support of the humane and benevolent intention of Lady Huntington to Christianize and reduce to a state of civilization the Savage tribes within the limits of the American States, or discanting upon the advantages which the Union may derive from the Emigration which is blended with, and becomes part of the plan, I highly approve of them..."

[SOURCE: George Washington - Letter to Sir James Jay, referring to Countess Huntington's plans to evangelize the Indians, January 25, 1785


Letter to Sir James Jay,

"Towards the latter part of the year 1783 I was honored with a letter from the Countess of Huntington, briefly reciting her benevolent intention of spreading Christianity among the Tribes of Indians inhabiting our Western Territory;

and Expressing a desire of my advice and assistance to carry this charitable design into execution...

Her Ladyship has spoken so feelingly and sensibly, on the religious and benevolent purposes of the plan, that no language of which I am possessed, can add aught to enforce her observations..."

[SOURCE: George Washington - Letter to Richard Henry Lee, February 8, 1785'.

Washington's Administration to Moravian Indian Grants:

The Moravian Indian Grants were the Moravian (United Brethren) Missionaries Indian Villages of