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One Nation Under God/Jesus in Heart

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America
and to the republic for which it stands: one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

The courts may rule it is unconstitutional to have the statement under God in the pledge of allegiance, but they can never take God (Jesus Christ) out of our heart. These T-Shirts let the world know that Jesus Christ is in our heart and that we acknowledge that this nation is under the control of Almighty God.

Courts Can't Take God Out of My HeartClick on image for large front view
©2002 In His Steps Ministries

One Nation Under GodClick on image for large back view

T-Shirts are 6 oz. Heavyweight,  100% pre-shrunk  cotton.
Please note that the image quality on the web is poor.

When you purchase a T-Shirt, you are not only making a public statement about your love of God, and the Deity of Jesus, but you are helping to win people to Jesus Christ. From every T-Shirt purchase, $2.00 is donated to The Hill For Jesus Ministry during this special web offer.

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Web Sites

History of the Flag of the United States of America
American flag resource features a history section that includes articles on the evolution of the flag, flag day and the pledge of allegiance.

History of the Pledge of Allegiance
This site provides the history of the Pledge of Allegiance. One Nation Under God was added on the pledge in 1954.
Unofficial American Flag Home Page
Variety of links including flag images. - Pledge of Allegiance
Site provides the meaning and the history of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Annie's Flag Day Page
Offers poetry, the Pledge of Allegiance, dictionary definitions and historical facts about the American flag.
American Center for Law and Justice - Pledge of Allegiance
Religious-liberties organization posts the letter it distributed to school superintendents outlining the legal foundation for the display of religious phrases in schools.

"See You at the Pole"
Wednesday Sept 18. 2002

What Is See You at the Pole?
SYATP is student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led. That means this is all about students meeting at their school flagpole to pray—for their school, friends, teachers, government, and nation. This is not a demonstration, political rally, or a stand for or against anything.

Is It Legal?
"Students may also participate in before or after school events with religious content, such as "see you at the flag pole" gatherings, on the same terms as they may participate in other non-curriculum activities on school premises. School officials may neither discourage nor encourage participation in such an event." These guidelines were issued and upheld by the government.

What About "One Nation Under God"?
Even if the courts rule that "One Nation under God" must be removed from the Pledge of Allegiance, it will be legal during See You At The Pole to site the Pledge of Allegiance with "One Nation Under God". So, it will also be legal to wear the T-Shirt, unless your school has a specific policy in regards to T-Shirts.

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