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Last year there was an article in “World” magazine about the Promise Keepers rally in Washington, D.C. Here is a sentence from that article. "If Promise Keepers hasn’t done anything else right in its brief 7-year history, it will still get enormous credit for this: The more Promise Keepers has grown in size & influence, the more modest & humble its leaders have become.”


I don’t know how well you follow the news, but when Louis Farrakhan had his “Million-man March,” he was in constant turmoil with the park officials because he felt that their count wasn’t accurate. And there were many other complaints from his group.


But when Promise Keepers went, there was no boasting about how many were there. There was no bragging, no loud voices, just men coming to pray for our government, for our leaders, for our country.

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