By Ronald Stokes
the unique 13 colonies pledged their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor to shape a central authority maintaining everyone’s correct to existence, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. the USA violated its pledge by means of failing to conform with the jubilee requirement in Scripture to unfastened the slaves. Divine judgment unavoidably within the type of Civil War.
the United States is once more violating its covenant with God via abortion. whereas electorate fret over failed fiscal and army rules, they forget about the continuing violation.
In America’s Covenant, writer Ronald Stokes explains how the United States has did not examine from previous sins and once more faces coming near near judgment.
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America's Covenant: The Founders' Broken Pledge and Impending Judgment by Ronald Stokes