The war in Lexington and Concord in the years 1775 had unfolded a Revolution in the nation that has special providential significance. The Baptist leaders such as Isaac Backus and Manning genuinely believed that the revolution is an important step for glory in the future. They perceived this to be the inauguration of the Kingdom of God. Episcopalian Washington did not completely agree to this notion. Nevertheless, even he insisted that there were Gods to hand in the war. There was difference in faith and emphasis between the associations of the war with the fulfillment of Christian prophecy in the region. Many of the people conflated the America’s political affairs with different divine purpose, as it can be seen from the different opinions that the leaders had a strong belief in God. There were differences in their interpretation of God’s work. The common value that was held during this time was that God existed and was helping the American people for their right purpose of freedom and liberty from British colonization. In the current times, there is intense conflict over what is ethical and moral. From a personal standpoint, it seems as though the source of conflict is how the people continue to view God. There is subjective interpretation of the religious text and this is causing issues in the society. However, the message of God has always been quite clear. Empathy, kindness and liberty are the messages. Even in the most vulnerable moments of the issues of Avery’s Massachusetts battlefields and formation of newer Government that Jefferson later led to the most cherished freedoms, it is found that public spirituality united the people. Evangelicals, Protestants, liberal rationalists and deists all had the principles of connections with God that had later enabled in the formation of success of American civil society. Hence, the providence belief of God is the direct result of modern day America with its diverse opinion. Based on this, the views of the providence can be rationalized.