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The United States of America's Motto - What Is It?

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The United States of America's official motto is clearly stated and leaving nothing implied; it is positive, admitting of no question or modification; it is definite. The motto reads - in God we trust.

The motto's foundation is in the principal law-book of the Gentiles - the Authorized Version Bible (aka: AVB). Now some will mislead you and cause you to believe the motto is a religious statement, but that is pure nonsense. The motto, like its basis (the AVB), is legal in nature; there is nothing religious about it: it expresses that which all Gentiles are now required by law to do.

The United States of America's official motto - in God we trust - is profound: it is a statement made beforehand, it is a legal declaration made in behalf of all Gentiles everywhere,  and, it is an expression of the law. The United States of America's official motto - in God we trust - is more than a motto, it is the law, and the law is valid. The United States of America's motto - in God we trust - is a law whose time for fulfillment has finally come.

The motto - in God we trust - is an expression of the Gentiles' faith, which implies that the Gentiles have departed from the illegal faith which is in Christ Jesus to the legal faith that is in the true God.

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