The Spiritual Reality of Politics: Why America Is Divided

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In the beginning, God created man in a perfect state. We had a true human soul and various forces, or servants to enable us to live in this material world. But because of our mistakes and the mistakes of our parents and our ancestors, the original state that we were created in, has been damaged and we have fallen from grace.
This is the situation that we are facing today. We no longer have a true human soul and we no longer are the master of our servants. In fact, our servants ...
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Overview

In the beginning, God created man in a perfect state. We had a true human soul and various forces, or servants to enable us to live in this material world. But because of our mistakes and the mistakes of our parents and our ancestors, the original state that we were created in, has been damaged and we have fallen from grace.
This is the situation that we are facing today. We no longer have a true human soul and we no longer are the master of our servants. In fact, our servants are now our masters. They are in complete control of our lives and we are constantly forced to try and satisfy their every desire.
Naturally, this includes our political experience. Politics in the United States has become completely influenced by our spiritual reality and forces us to be completely self-centered and controlled by the passion of greed. It has become completely impossible for us to be in harmony with each other and free of self-interest. We are no longer able to give way to one another.
This book is an attempt to deepen your understanding about the spiritual reality of politics and try to help you to return to your original state of creation. The reality is that since God created us in the first place, only God can restore us to our original state. By receiving God's Power or as it is commonly known today as the Holy Spirit, it is possible to return to our original state.
God is All-Knowing and All-Wise. This is not the first time that man has fallen from grace. This has happened many times before. This was shown in the story of Noah. It seems that when the state of mankind goes too far, God decides to begin again. In that instance, He flooded the world and began over. Maybe He has done it in other ways also.
Getting back to politics, we are now in another political season in this country. The Republicans are having their primaries and President Obama is on the campaign trail. The country still has very high unemployment and the national debt is enormous. Congress has their lowest approval ratings, as far as I can remember. No one is able to compromise. So what is the answer? Almighty God! If we as a nation do not turn to Almighty God for help, there is no hope.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781470146832
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 3/21/2012
  • Pages: 132
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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