Be the People Hardback
A Call to Reclaim America's Faith and Promise
by Carol Swain;
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Be the People
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Re-embracing truth and justice in policy choices It also covers key topics such as: America's shift to moral relativism
America's religious roots
Abortion's fragile facade
Historical and biblical views on families and children
Erosion of rule of law, national security, and immigration
Racial and ethnic challenges
Reclaiming the future 272 Pages
Be the People by Carol Swain was published by Thomas Nelson in June 2011. The ISBN for Be the People is 9780849948282.
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AnythingMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This a well written and easy to read biographical story on what happened when one couple prayed what at the end of the day is a prayer of obedience – what happened when the author and her husband prayed ‘ God we will do anything’. The book itself raises some interesting insights on what is submission, what is obedience, how God acts in ways we don’t expect, how grace and obedience sometimes aren’t ever what we expect – and it’s great at this, the author really does make some good and solid points.
However the one thing that keeps coming to my mind is that it has a strange flavour of prosperity gospel to it, even at times when talking about hardship and poverty there is in this book no real feel of giving up of possessions, indeed God instead urges them to keep their home when they would sacrifice it and instead causes them to adopt a Rwandan orphan as their other friends are doing. The strange dichotomy here is interesting and through this as many questions are raised by it for me as are genuinely raised in the book, perhaps in it’s own way that’s just as important as the words of the book when we consider what ’Anything prayer’ and interpreting Gods whispers, really means.
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Details for Be the People
|Page last updated||4th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Carol Swain|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||321|