THE RISE AND FALL OF A GREAT NATION by John Gondeck

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Nations have risen to power through their might and driven by greed they have held many people in bondage. When the workforce was limited, they bought and sold slaves. Slavery is still taking place on the continent of Africa, and no one is there protesting. Politics! It is all about politics and the political game that is being played out in the greatest nation that the world has ever known could be its demise. We will examine the foundation that was laid by those who came from Great Britain and with only thirteen colonies became the ruler of the seas and skies with an army that is unmatched anywhere. Politics! Yes, politics played by men and women desiring power and wealth have brought us the very brink of collapse as they tend to forget who it was that gave so much to so few in the beginning. Thousands upon thousands have given their lives for the freedoms that we have in this land, and yet there are many who do not care, preferring a socialist form of government. But there is still hope for a failing nation.
 

About John Gondeck

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Upon having thoughts about writing this book, John wanted to capture the essence of the walk of faith. He will share with you some of the experiences that he has had over the years. His approach to the word of God is different than most as he walks in it and applies it on a daily basis. His background is of a simple nature with everyday folks as parents. He wouldn't standout in a crowd and yet he walks with the King of kings. His trust is in the very word of the Creator of ALL things. As he shares from the scriptures may you listen with your heart and not your head.
 
Published August 23, 2012 by Trafford. 124 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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