“This book should be required reading in all American History curriculum! I can’t begin to tell you the impact it has had on me. I had to be compelled to put it down when working/family.”
The book reflects the providential view that Washington and the other Founding Fathers had of the God of history … God’s hand in the founding of the United States of America …is perhaps one of the greatest stories
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Washington’s Dream Fore-warning His Impending Death
In God We Trust: George Washington and the Spiritual Destiny of the United States of America, is a two-part book that documents numerous examples of God’s intercession in George Washington’s life, and in the history of the United States.
The first part of the book, George Washington, is a providential view of George Washington’s life. Citing Washington’s own words and the personal accounts of others, we look at God’s hand in the Revolutionary times. With many reference to primary sources, the book documents many of the miracles that led to the country’s eventual independence and subsequent Constitution. Could the United States of America have been founded without this Divine intercession?
In the second part of the book, The Spiritual Destiny of the United States of America, we explore examples of God’s Hand in American history through the Civil War. Some notable topics include Thomas Paine’s dream of the forth coming war, Dr. Benjamin Rush’s dream (which predicted Adams and Jefferson reuniting, and passing on the same day—July 4th on the fifty anniversaries of the signing of the Declaration of Impendence), and many prophetic aspects of the Liberty Bell. We look forward to the country’s future, and examine connections to George Washington.
Discover for yourself the reasons for the country’s founding, and God’s spiritual direction for this nation. If you allow yourself to look beyond established paradigms, this book WILL forever change the way you view American history.