America Is The Next Nebuchadnezzar: Nebuchadnezzar was promoted for worshipping God

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SKU: 9781977209481
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America is the next Nebuchadnezzar. King Nebuchadnezzar was a gentile king that God blessed. God empowered him to conquer many territories and won many battles. He became the most powerful king of that time. He sinned against God by saying he achieved everything by his own strength and did not...
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America is the next Nebuchadnezzar. King Nebuchadnezzar was a gentile king that God blessed. God empowered him to conquer many territories and won many battles. He became the most powerful king of that time. He sinned against God by saying he achieved everything by his own strength and did not give God the glory. God sent him to the thick forest for seven years to eat salad without dressing for his pride. After seven years, his eyes were opened, and he repented of his sins against God and worshipped him. God blessed him and gave him back the throne. God's anger does not last forever. God has blessed America the same way he blessed king Nebuchadnezzar. God has given America an unusual strength to build the greatest empire the world has never seen before. God has strengthened America to expand her territories. But like king Nebuchadnezzar, America does not give God the glory. We think we achieved everything with our strength. If America continues with her pride and not give God the glory for blessing her, God will take America to the thick forest like king Nebuchadnezzar to eat salad without dressing. We have a choice: humility or humiliation. It is just a matter of time. America will either bow down before God or be broken down before God.

  • | Author: Adeleke Dominion
  • | Publisher: Outskirts Press
  • | Publication Date: May 25, 2019
  • | Number of Pages: 24 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Paperback
  • | ISBN-10: 1977209483
  • | ISBN-13: 9781977209481

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