AMERICAN: "A Love Story"

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Author House, Oct 15, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 72 pages
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AMERICAN – to breathe free, to live at Liberty, and to have the responsibility and authority to extend that freedom and liberty to all humanity, to protect and defend the defenseless, promote hope and prosperity for people everywhere, to be the stronghold where the message of our Creator’s great longing for us can be sent to all the world, this is why we were called, this is AMERICAN, this is “A LOVE STORY”. Read it with intentionality and contemplation and like me, fall in love with your nation once again.
 

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Contents

And God Said
1
CompassionThe Moral SentimentPity
3
It is Consumated
5
Predestined Our Divine Call
7
The Soul of Leadership
10
The Revelation for Responsibility and Authority
16
The Revolution of the Little People
18
TruthThe Great Nation of Futurity
22
The Concept of ServiceFinding the Mind of a Leader
33
To Belong
36
Roadblocks to Unity
38
Truth and the Lie
42
FalsewittnessA Legasy of the Lie
44
Resonsibility for the Lie
46
When Morality and Religion Fail
49
Conclusion
55

The Body of Christ in World Leadership
24
To Complete Our TaskTo Maintain Soverignty
27
The Commonality of the Little People
30
Text Summmary
57
Bibliography and Recommended Reading
59
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About the author (2012)

Robert D. Padelford was born in 1930 into the family of John C. Padelford Sr. and Hilda N. (Madsen) Padelford. Along with his brothers John Jr., Fred (Bud), and sister Lorraine he grew up in the rural community north and west of Peoria, Arizona where he attended Dysart Grammar School and Peoria High School He is a graduate of Arizona State with a degree in Agriculture – Production and Management. Bob currently is living in Glendale Arizona with his wife of forty six years - Barbara (formerly—Barbara Leona Howard). He has eight grown children –four of whom were born through a previous marriage to Phyllis Ann Barney who died of cancer in 1965. His greatest joy is found in spending time with his wife and children and any of his twenty two grand children. His golf game is fun and helps others to laugh a lot. (you can get in touch with Mr. Padelford at AMERICAN@COX.NET or rpadelford@cox.net)

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