Red, White, and Blue: the Issue
Author House, 17 maj 2007 - 260
This book speaks to all Americans in one way or another. It is a true story of Americas beginning, and Gods divine providence. We are founded upon a principle that believes in the worship of the true God. It was and still is our belief that He designed this country to be a light and a savior for the world. This is evident by the fact most people are trying to come here, or seek our help.
America has had its share of internal problems; the enslavement of the Black Africans, the killing of the Native Indians, the suppression of women, and the harsh treatment of Black Americans (Africans). Through all of this, God caused her to prosper.
This book is the only book that states emphatically that in 1492, God designed a plan for many people from across the globe to make this country their home, and it gives the proofs as evidence. The means of getting us into this country may not be understood, but the ends can not be denied and are much appreciated.
Every American needs this book. This book will help us to become better Americans. This book teaches us the importance of our citizenship; The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Statue of Liberty and the Flag (which embodies all that we are). It shows us where we came from and where we are going. There is a divine guidance system at work in America. America is the Promised Land. The poem engraved on Lady Libertys pedestal epitomizes this very philosophy.
This book is a correspondence panacea to heal the past wounds of the Blacks, the Indians, the Women and the Whites in America. As we forgive the past, we can enjoy the spiritual and material prosperity that God promised to us through Abraham.
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If we follow the lineage of Judah and Joseph's sons, we will see a mystery unfold
right before our eyes. Abraham was the father of Judah's and Joseph's sons.
Abraham is the father of those whose faith is in Christ (the church). A careful
study of ...
Christ would come to sit upon the throne that was given to David of the tribe of
Judah. The prophets and scribes were careful to record the lineage leading up to
and after the birth of David. We have already discussed the three patriarchs, so I
The person that God truly wanted to put in this ordained office was a man from
the tribe of Judah, but he was yet unborn. David, the son of Jesse, would later be
anointed king, but he could not take the throne until Saul was dead. Jesse begot
But the word of God came to Shemaiah the man of God, saying, 'Speak to
Rehoboam the son of Solomon, king of Judah, to all the house of Judah and
Benjamin, and to the rest of the people, saying, “Thus says the LORD, 'You shall
not go up ...
This could not be further from the truth. After the invasion of the Assyrians, the
king replanted the land with Gentiles. Most of the house of Israel moved to foreign
lands north and west of their captivity. In Judah's line we find that David and ...