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"You shall decide and decree a thing, and it shall be established for you..." (Job 22:28).

Do you know the significance of the date September 3, 1783? It is the day when Great Britain and the United States signed the Treaty of Paris, and the American Revolution was officially over. The United States emerged as the victors.

Interestingly enough, two equally important dates of the American Revolution are April 18 and 19, 1775. Paul Revere's famous ride, warning the colonists of the approaching British militants, took place on the night of April 18, 1775.

The Battle at Concord and Lexington, where the commencing shot of the American Revolution was fired, began the following day, April 19, 1775. And yet, as important as these three dates are, they are not the days on which we, as Americans, celebrate our freedom.

The day we celebrate is July 4, 1776, over a year past the Battle at Concord and Lexington. On that day, the colonies voted in favor of the Declaration of Independence. New York abstained.

This Declaration stated that the colonies were free and independent states, absolved of all allegiance to England.

Over seven years later, they saw the fruit of their declaration, when the Treaty of Paris was signed.

There is power in what we decree over our lives. Instead of deciding that summer business is going to be "slow as usual," or that your parents or children will never understand you, decide to change the course of your business and relationships.

Once you've made your mind up, change your words to reflect your desires. And remember, the Revolution was not won overnight, nor was it won without a good fight!

Decide it's worth the effort, declare change is coming, and expect the change to happen! Happy Independence Day!

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