i remember years ago watching a show on the history channel about when there was some war going on back at the birth of our nation (america) and the man leading the troops into battle was not harmed. when the battle was over, there was an indian that said that they had to see the man that had been protected during the fight because he had personally shot arrows at him and he never missed. he accredited god for his protection. i am pretty sure it was washington (during the american revolution), but i just can't remember and i wondered if any of you were familiar with the story.
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