Does God Still Bless the USA?: A Plea for a Better America
What an incomparable gift Lee Greenwood gave us with 'God Bless the U.S.A', a song ingrained in America's soul. It endures as one of the most loved patriotic songs of the last century. This legendary, award-winning country music artist now offers personal insights into America's challenges and her future in his book, Does God Still Bless the U.S.A.? The book calls for citizens to embrace an authentic patriotism while pointing out problems that simply should not be happening in our country.
When our ancestors landed in America, they believed their 'inalienable' rights came from a God who loved them and blessed them with the opportunity to establish a new nation. Unapologetically, Lee urges the return to faith and the founding principles that have proven to be the strength of our civilization. Each chapter illuminates areas essential for maintaining our freedom, prosperity, and safety. Lee Greenwood believes America is at a crossroads and people are wanting someone to tell the truth.
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