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A Shield for America When the Towers Fall America Adrift
A Shield for America
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When the Towers Fall
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America Adrift
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Dr. D. James Kennedy preached this full-length message on 9/30/2001, as the nation was still reeling from the attacks of 9/11/2001. Using 2 Chronicles 7:14 as his text, he noted that the only way for America to have its shield restored is to “turn from our wicked ways.” This sermon was preached on September 16, 2001 and was Dr. D. James Kennedy’s first Sunday message after the infamous 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center Towers. America is adrift, said Dr. D. James Kennedy, in this speech delivered in Charlotte, North Carolina, on March 21, 1988. “We do not know where we are going because we have forgotten from whence we came."
The Glorious Creation America's Greatest Hero When the Towers Fall
The Glorious Creation
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America's Greatest Hero
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When the Towers Fall
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If evolution were true, says Dr. D. James Kennedy in this full-length message, then that whole idea of redemption is false, and Christ came for naught; and Christianity is, therefore, untrue. Therefore, Christians must be informed and able to speak on this issue. In this full-length message, preached on the text of Proverbs 14:34, Dr. D. James Kennedy unveils America’s “greatest Hero,” the one who did more for America’s freedom than any other: God. This sermon was preached on September 16, 2001 and was Dr. D. James Kennedy’s first Sunday message after the infamous 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center Towers.