American Pilgrim Today

God and the American Story

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God has shown His hand in the history of the United States as He has with no other nation but one. Our forefathers were very much aware of God's provident role in our nation's welfare (not the nanny-state programs of today)and also of their own responsibility and accountability to God. Today, our nation seems to have lost sight of our ancestral vision. We need to reccover our predecessors' vision of God if we are to seriously hope to preserve our heritage for generations to come, and to save our own generation.

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