The Major Role the Bible Has Played in U.S. History
I was inspired and encouraged by many of the responses we received last week from our PJTN Watchmen about the correlation of American and Jewish values.
At a time when textbooks and instructional materials being used in classrooms all over America have excluded this important part of history, it is essential for our children to understand the uniqueness of our relationship with our Jewish brethren and the State of Israel.
Gabriel Sivan observes in The Bible and Civilization that the early settlers were being used by The Almighty as instruments in the birth of this nation.
He writes: “No Christian community in history identified more with the People of the Book than did the early settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony… and saw themselves as instruments of Divine Providence, a people chosen to build their new commonwealth on the Covenant entered into at Mount Sinai.”
No other nation enjoys the close bond that America and Israel share—it is critical that we pass this important part of our history to our children and grandchildren in order to maintain that historic bond.
Joel 1:3 "Tell your children about it, Let your children tell their children, And their children another generation."
We must protect the future of the U.S. and our children by passing to them the Judeo-Christian values on which our country was founded, but we can’t do it without the support of those who understand the importance of our mission at PJTN.
If you have not become a PJTN Watchman yet, I want to encourage you to prayerfully do so today. We need 7,000 Watchmen to support our global mission who have not bowed their knee to the false doctrine of replacement theology. It is replacement theology that is the motivation behind Christian anti-Semitism.
President/Proclaiming Justice to The Nations