The greatest miracle of the American Revolution was "unity out of diversity. This is why E. Pluribus Unum (one from the many), was such a significant motto.
Rosalie Slater wrote in 1774 shortly after the Boston Port Bill was enforced by Britain "The Colonies had grown up under the constitution of government so different, there was so great a variety of religions, they were composed of so many different nations, their customs, manners and habits had so little resemblance, and their intercourse had been so rare, and their knowledge of each other so imperfect, that to unite them in the same principles in theory, and the same system of action, was certainly a very difficult enterprise. the complete accomplishment of it, in so short a time and by such simple means, was, perhaps, a singular example in the history of mankind - thirteen clocks were made to strike together; a perfection of mechanism which no artist had ever before effected. Within the space of two months, for the first time in Christian history, 3 million people achieved Biblical Christian Unity."
The American Trinity - E. Pluribus Unum, Liberty, In God We Trust (All Biblical)
Rights come from God, not from men. If rights are given by men, men can take them away.
When the State (federal, state and/or local government) commands that which God forbids or forbids that which God commands, we have a duty to obey God rather than the State. All Christians must unite to stand against what is wrong in our country.