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Oh My Lord

As they prepare themselves for the following day’s battle, the soldiers gather around the campfire and sing praises to God.

Themes: Courage, Music, Unity, Fellowship, Prayer, Faith, Legacy, Battle, Honor, Thankfulness, Freedom, Death, Solidarity, Mission, Blessing, Worship, Bravery, Brotherhood, Community, Independence


Sermon Outline

Main Idea: All They Ask Is That Their Sacrifice Be Remembered

Scene Setup: As they prepare themselves for the following day’s battle, the soldiers gather around the campfire and sing praises to God.

Application: As these men stand on this side of eternity facing almost...

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Comments (11)

  • southsidenaz (over 4 years ago)

    But their choice is to have faith that God will back the right in the fight. They go so far as to believe that even if they die God will advance their fight. They sing with joy in their faith. They sing be made bold.

  • southsidenaz (over 4 years ago)

    The faith of these men has lead them to stand before their oppressor and fight for the families, their friends, and their people. They have no reason to believe that the world will give them anything more than they have already been given. They could easily believe that this is the lot that God has chosen for them and their people or that God does not exist at all.

  • southsidenaz (over 4 years ago)

    I added this when I presented it. Hope it helps others. Hebrews 11:1 Matthew 21:21 John 15:13 Joshua 24:15

  • Believer (over 5 years ago)

    ceedee, Stop being a cry baby and a blamer. YOU are 100% responsible for your own success and happiness in this world. Stop feeling sorry for yourself, you have the same rights to do what ever you want with your life as much as anyone else in this country. God bless the black soldiers who died to help make you free.

  • davidpritchard (over 5 years ago)

    Veteran's Day introduction?

  • smccurdy (over 5 years ago)

    As well as I remember, Pres. Bush was ridiculed a lot also. Stop playing the race card all time. I don't hear anyone running Obama down because he is half black (remember, Mom was white) but he has brought in so much division to this country, we are no longer a united nation.

  • shanusbohemus (over 7 years ago)

    Good grief... so any time a president is critiqued and critisized it's racist?!? ceedee you ever complain about or critize Clinton, Bush, Carter, Ford, etc? Does that make you a hypocrite or a racist or both?

  • revuptim46 (over 7 years ago)

    this is a moving film i like it very much

  • jeffdwilson (over 7 years ago)

    ceedee - to think that things have not changed is to ignore fact and the scope of history. That Barack Obama was elected president attests to how much has changed. Will there NEVER be racism or prejudice? No -- but things have progressed since 1864 and we owe those who fought in the Civil War; those who led, bled, and died for civil rights; and those who seek to truly “do unto others as you would have others do to you” a debt of gratitude. I see change even over my lifetime.

  • mitch [WingClips Staff] (over 7 years ago)

    We need to always honor the soldiers that made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Thank you!

  • ceedee (over 8 years ago)

    One of the best movies ever made. Explains how men could fight for their rights and know they would still be subject to a society that to this day still rejects them; as attested by the ridicule of present President Barack Obama. The year then was 1864; it's 2010 now; when will true change actually come. Will we have to wait for Jesus' return to be accepted in the United States?

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Their innocence. Their heritage. Their lives. Nothing would be spared in the fight for their freedom.

Based on the letters of Colonel Robert G. Shaw. Shaw was an officer in the Federal Army during the American Civil War who volunteered to lead the first company of black soldiers. Shaw was forced to deal with the prejudices of both the enemy (who had orders to kill commanding officers of blacks), and of his own fellow officers.

MPAA: Rated R for strong war violence and some language.

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Director: Edward Zwick
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