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Lord, Teach Us To Pray God's Promise to the American Patriot America For God
Lord, Teach Us To Pray
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America for God
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In this full-length sermon preached in 1996, Dr. D. James Kennedy shows how the first three petitions of the Lord’s prayer challenge us to do all to the glory of God … and to remember our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ.

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.

Dr. D. James Kennedy delivered this challenging message on July 4, 1986, in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C., for the 3rd Continental Congress on the Christian Worldview.
The Root of the Problem The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam When the Towers Fall
The Root of the Problem
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When the Towers Fall
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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.

Robert Spencer provides the hard truths about Islam that the mainstream media—and too often our own government—refuse to!

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.