By Donald Conkey
Covenant country offers these believers with the how and why the USA used to be and is that specified country raised up through God, through males endowed for that very purpose.
George Washington declared, in 1796, “Of all of the tendencies and conduct which result in political prosperity, faith and morality are fundamental help. …” those phrases prompted the writer to think of the function the Bible performed within the construction of the United States statement of
Independence and Constitution.
His findings resulted in this e-book, a ebook that would motivate the ‘believers’ simply because it:
1. studies these ancient occasions top as much as America’s construction in
2. indicates what biblical verses prompted the production of the
United States of America;
3. defines actual governmental freedom;
4. indicates how ‘believing’ american citizens, utilizing an ageless biblical formulation, can get involved in restoring the United States to its biblically principled roots. Covenant state proclaims America’s destiny remains to be vibrant yet that it really is within the fingers of these americans who nonetheless think the United States is a ‘Special country’ – and of their arms alone.
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