Samuel Cooper: Revolutionary War Sermon
Revived ThoughtsJune 06, 2019
00:37:2034.18 MB

Samuel Cooper: Revolutionary War Sermon

During the American Revolution preachers played a vital role in shaping the future country. Samuel Cooper had a church in Boston, at the very heart of the Revolution, that had notable figures such as John Hancock and future presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. He was also a friend of Benjamin Franklin's and was asked to edit the Paris peace treaty by George Washington. In this sermon, On The Commencement Of The Constitution, Cooper preaches a sermon to the founders who would eventually write the constitution of the United States. In 1780, during the middle of the Revolution, he cast a vision of what the United States could be. And he described what would be needed to have a nation that aligned itself with God in all things. Follow us for more content throughout the week! Facebook InstagramTwitter Revived Thoughts Special thanks to Levi Landrigan for his help preaching this episode! We are looking for more preachers for future episodes. If you'd like to preach a sermon, please contact us at and we'll get you started on the process.

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