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The Price of Liberty, Part 6: Revival

Benjamin the Donkey Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 1:23 PM
amonk7, was Jesus really tolerant? Maybe I need to read the gospels again because I thought he was forgiving of sins not tolerant of the beliefs of others (which leads to hell; sorry, I believe this otherwise why be a Christian). It is also funny that you would add universal health care and immigration reform as aspects of a Christian nation. It sounds like you are a person who has turned away from God and now looks to government for prosperity. I recommend you read Chapters 27 & 28 in Deuteronomy.

This is the sixth and final post in my blog series, titled: The Price of Liberty. If you’re just now starting the series, you can begin with the first post here.

During the middle of the nineteenth century, spiritual conditions in the United States deteriorated considerably. Conditions were quite different then because the nation had moved away from its early days of godliness. Moreover, people became obsessed with making money, and as they prospered they turned their backs on God.

Then a man named Jeremiah Lanphier began a prayer meeting in the upper room of the Dutch Reformed Church...

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