Know Your Medal of Honor Recipients:
Sergeant Howell B. Treat (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on May 11, 1864, at Buzzard's Roost, Georgia. His citation reads:
Risked his life in saving a wounded comrade.
Major/aide-de-camp (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on May 15, 1864, at Resaca, Georgia. His citation reads:
Voluntarily rode between the lines while 2 brigades of Union troops were firing into each other and stopped the firing.
Private William B. Trembley (US Army) received his Medal of Honor for his actions on April 27, 1899, at Calumpit, Luzon, Philippine Islands. His citation reads:
Swam the Rio Grande de Pampanga in face of the enemy's fire and fastened a rope to the occupied trenches, thereby enabling the crossing of the river and the driving of the enemy from his fortified position.
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The I’m just sayin… Hymn of the Week
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
This Christmas carol was written by Edmund Sears (pastor of the Unitarian Church in Wayland, Massachusetts) in 1849. To read more about it, go here.
It came upon the midnight clear,
that glorious song of old,
from angels bending near the earth
to touch their harps of gold:
"Peace on the earth, good will to men,
from heaven's all-gracious King."
The world in solemn stillness lay,
to hear the angels sing.
Still through the cloven skies they come
with peaceful wings unfurled,
and still their heavenly music floats
o'er all the weary world;
above its sad and lowly plains,
they bend on hovering wing,
and ever o'er its Babel sounds
the blessed angels sing.
And ye, beneath life's crushing load,
whose forms are bending low,
who toil along the climbing way
with painful steps and slow,
look now! for glad and golden hours
come swiftly on the wing.
O rest beside the weary road,
and hear the angels sing!
For lo! the days are hastening on,
by prophet seen of old,
when with the ever-circling years
shall come the time foretold
when peace shall over all the earth
its ancient splendors fling,
and the whole world send back the song
which now the angels sing.
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