America Is Calling
“America Is Calling” is one of the boldest and most forthright accounts concerning principles of liberty, truth, America, and the American family. Concepts most authors are not willing to bring out in the open, are finally shed some light. Our world today is overflowing with confusion and uncertainty and filled with economic concerns and worldwide political bickering. “America Is Calling” states the factual reasons for today’s worldly conflicts.
Have you ever considered the meaning in the words Truth, Liberty, and Freedom? Have you wondered what it means for America to have a designed mission based on providences that demonstrates exceptionalism and manifests our destiny? Have you pondered the relationship Darwinism, Atheism, Evolution and Christianity play in the role of the American family? “America Is Calling” uses earnest clarity in bringing out the answers to these questions while describing the full meaning of the four most dominating religions (Secularism, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism) and exactly how they move through the social inter-working’s of world politics.
The most fundamental lifeline for society and a nation, to even begin to exist, is the family. The author draws our attention to the five key principles as why God our Father created the family unit and placed it here upon this earth. He also points out although there are many social pressures being placed on the family today there are two major issues that are having the greatest affect on the family. The author is willing to take a most bold approach to bring these issues out in the open for Americans to consider.
Through the use of Bible scriptures the author offers a most unusual insight to just how and why America came to be created and why America’s four provident missions are so important to both America and the entire world. Within these missions the author describes the sacrifices made by our Founding Fathers with their hopes that we will strive to keep America as a nation based on “The Laws of Nature and of Natures God”. After the closing of the Revolutionary War John Quincy Adams said “You will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve freedom. I hope you will make good use of it”. This book will challenge the reader to try to respond to this question: Am I making good use of the Founding Fathers cost for freedom?
“America Is Calling” brings out the facts as why there is so much conflict in the world today between Muslims, Secularism, and America. Pointing out the overall direction Islam wants to move forward and that Atheism has been acknowledged by the U.S. Supreme court as a true and recognizable religion and how that plays in the role of Christianity. The author also shares with the reader the bonding of a covenant relationship between America and with Israel. How these two great nations will be bonded together in preserving lasting peace for the world.
Listing detailed concerns for the America family, the chapter on the family lays out five key point’s society must fully acknowledge if America wants to maintain our society and strengthen our nation. Quoting Thomas Jefferson “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be”. This book shares what we must do to overcome ignorance to be free, thereby strengthening the family.
Benjamin Franklin told us our constitution is a “Republic if we can keep it”. President Ronald Reagan once said “If we ever forget we are ‘One Nation under God’, we will go under.” When reading this book, it invites you to search your inner self for answers to questions such as; What does America really mean to me? Where do I stand when it comes to holding to “The Spirit of America”, and what does it really take for one to claim to be a true patriot? How much am I willing to give to keep America a Republic?
In the remaining chapters of the book the author points out: To this very day it appears America is developing a society that is becoming more and more polarizing wherein citizens are being drawn toward one of two great camps. Drawing upon President Lincoln’s Gettysburg address Lincoln was speaking not only to those who were present but metaphorically he was speaking directly to all future generations, to all future citizens of America as if saying:
Today we are engaged in a civil testing whether our
As an American where do you stand with regards to this nations civil testing? What do you see for the future of this land and the future for your family? What are you willing to do to protect the future of our children and our grandchildren? How much are you willing to sacrifice to insure America remains as a republic?
After reading “America Is Calling” it is the hopes of the author that you will receive a renewed feeling of inspiration, love, and appreciation for America as in accepting your rightful responsibilities in standing up for what America is and what America can be.
Opening this book will help you to answer these questions, questions that will change your life forever. Do not continue waiting, for “America Is Calling”.