||June 4, 2009
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This book delves into many topics regarding mankind’s relationship with God. The history of "In God We Trust" and "Under God" are examined. Even the atheist will gain some knowledge from this book. This book will help the reader understand how man has been steadily pushing God away.
Have you ever wondered, “Where is God?” Do you acknowledge a savior? Is prayer part of your daily routine like eating and washing? This book delves into many topics regarding mankind’s relationship with God.
This book is dedicated to all of the men and women who have dedicated their life’s work to spreading the word of God. This book is dedicated to you and the good work you do. Humanity appreciates the long hours, the sacrifices, and the dedication you have for your vocation.
The sales from this book are being raised for Missionary groups that spread the word of God. All proceeds are being donated.
Do you know Jesus? That is the question all Christians will ask when attempting to engage an non-believer in conversation. Referring to Jesus Christ on a first name basis indicates a certain level of friendship. We refer to friends, close co-workers, and family on a first name basis. Other people we address them by their surname or last name. Yet is that true for the average believer in modern Christianity? None of us has physically met Jesus. Should we refer to him as Mr. Christ? Jesus’ love for mankind is what breaks through this social custom. Knowing Jesus makes a follower feel like a close friend. It also makes us feel like a part of his family. Makes you wonder though, “How well does the Christian today know Jesus?”
We live in a society that is increasingly hostile to Christians and people of every faith. America has become a nation where public school students are prohibited from praying in school, acknowledging their dependence upon God, and forming religious clubs. American society has openly challenged its schools and communities from displaying nativity scenes, the Ten Commandments, and other symbols of our religious and moral heritage. Our country was founded on the principles of freedom. It is a sad state of affairs when the only time people acknowledge God’s existence is when they face a hardship, a trying time or a loss, and desire his help.
A True Vision
It is often easy to dismiss a person's view point. It takes courage and guts to publish a book based on a dream, escpecially since there are critics at every turn. This book is a true statement. - James N. Mackey
One reader’s blog called this book, “A must read”.
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