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Semper Fi America's Greatest Hero Lord of All
Semper Fi
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America's Greatest Hero
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This full-length message was preached in 1997 on the text of Rev. 2:10, “…Be faithful until death, and I will give you the crown of life.” Today there are many Christians who are suffering persecution around the globe. This promise still holds. 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 hardcover, 320 page book by D. James Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe, helps Christians discover what Scripture says about all of life. Each page reminds readers of the truth that God, the Maker of all, is sovereign not just over spiritual things, but over all of life. He is Lord of all.
The Root of the Problem God's Promise to the American Patriot America Remembers
The Root of the Problem
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America Remembers
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The teaching of evolution, says Dr. D. James Kennedy in this full-length sermon preached from 1 Corinthians 1:20, has brought about more deaths than any other view in the history of the world. It may be the root of the problem of most society’s ills today.

This helpful book is full of quotes and information you won’t find in today’s American history textbooks. The historical notes provided will remind you of the many reasons we have to be thankful for our country. The accompanying Bible verses will encourage you in your resolve to pray for America.

In this full-length sermon preached on Sept. 7, 2002, Dr. D. James Kennedy observed the ways America was remembering 9/11/2001 and the lack of repentance he saw across America. He concluded with a challenge to pray each day for the Church and for the nation.