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The History of Prayer in America

by Fern Nilson

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even though it is a childrens book I thought it was interesting, in fact a school librarian gave it to me because it said prayer on it they couldn't keep it ( )
  nirrad | Jun 23, 2011 |
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History records that those who founded our country were men of prayer and sought God s guidance and blessing in establishing of this new nation. To our Founding Fathers, it was a foregone conclusion that the Bible was the center and source of all ultimate truth. It was the most quoted source in all their writings and it was from that platform of truth that they established a democracy promising liberty and justice for all. (The History of Prayer in America, page 27) If our young people don t know where we have come from as a nation, they won t know what to return to when they take over our country s leadership. (Preface,The History of Prayer in America)

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