Monday, April 8, 2013

One Nation, Under Attack

The concepts in this book are what so many Christians have been thinking about for years. The difference between our thoughts and this book are that once you actually see what you fear in writing, it becomes more of a reality for our future than just a theory.

The author is very well educated in our nation’s history and it struck me funny at first that it was from someone who was from Canada. While we border this country, this is proof that we are being watched by others around the world very closely and they are just waiting for us to fall. In fact, they are so confident of this upcoming doom for us that they are planning for it for more than our own president has ever shown interest in.

There are several attacks on Obama but this is nothing new for many Christians because no matter how much he states he is of the Christian faith, his actions definitely do not represent his love for Christ and his neighbor (at least not the neighbors in this country). The book does not focus on our current president alone, the author shows how many years of presidency have proven the Bible true to be leading to this point and gives interesting views of how we should pray about that.

I don’t believe praying for a recovery for our nation is as vital as praying for us as Christians to be able to handle what is in our future with the love of God in our hearts and spirits. Our nation is on the path of destruction; that is inevitable but how will we deal with it that brings glory to God? That’s an individual choice we have to take up with our Heavenly Father.

While I was angry at some of our history when it was placed right in my face, I enjoyed this book very much and highly recommend it to anybody who is curious about the United States’ role in biblical prophecy. We have ALWAYS been a part of God’s plan.

I received this book free in exchange of my honest review from Waterbrook/Multnomah Publishing Group.

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