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God and Country p 1

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Christ commanded His followers to be salt and light. But when half the Christians don't vote, how are they salt and light? Pastor, author and former US Senate candidate, Bishop EW Jackson, says, "Socialism is atheistic, eliminates freedom, and has brought massive starvation, oppression and death to millions of people. But God is not finished with America and wants to bring victory and revival if God's people do their part. Do we want socialism or faith, freedom, limited government and respect for the Constitution?" He gives a most powerful, passionate oration using the Bible to motivate followers of Christ!
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