A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith


Of course we don’t want to destroy the United States

posted by Linda G. Howard

Paul Harvey (September 4, 1918 to February 28, 2009)

I wanted to share this with you yesterday, but we had a computer error at Beliefnet — and I apologize if you were frustrated when you tried to watch the video.

The late Paul Harvey, a devoted Christian, gives pungent advice on how Satan would go about it if he were to try to destroy the U.S.

The late newsman was a tad conservative in his views. No matter your political stance, his comments will give you food for thought.

Let me know what you think of this video.

 

 

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  • http://specialgathering.wordpress.com Linda G. Howard

    Juanita, you found like a strong and wise lady. Thanks for your comment.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Juanita

    I’m glad that God is in control. He is my heavenly Father and friend and always will be. He will guide me where I will have Mercy on me each day and help me to walk the straight and narrow way.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Minnie Green

    I’m glad to know that i am not the only one that believes this. The devil is certainly a leader with this conduct in America. I hope that everyone thinks this as well.
    America needs to stand up for what we believe and put a stop to all the devils tactics’ I just can’t believe we as one could allow this to happen to OUR AMERICA.

    • http://specialgathering.wordpress.com Linda G. Howard

      Praying for our nation is the one important key. Thanks for your comment.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Lois B

    I’ve seen Paul Harvey at the Grand Ledge
    Camp Meeting for Seventh-Day Adventist’s &
    he’s a good man. It looks like that’s the
    way the world is now when he describe’s the
    world “If Satan was in Control” Well, GOD
    IS IN CONTROL, but the Bible says that that’s
    the way the world would be just before JESUS
    COMES BACK TO TAKE US TO OUR HEAVENLY HOME.

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