by Stan Coffey

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America's Faithful God (5 of 10)
Series: America in Crisis
Stan Coffey
Joshua 21:43-45

I want you to turn this morning to the book of Joshua chapter 21. We want to continue on our theme ''America In Crisis.'' We are going to take a little different turn this morning and talk about ''America's Faithful God.'' And the good thing about this is that America's faithful God is your faithful God and my faithful God. And America's faithful God is the faithful God period! We have a passage of Scripture here and the situation is that after the years of conquest of the land of Canaan which God swore that He would give to the Israelites, God has done all that He said. God has been faithful. So when they come to the end of the conquest the statement is being made by Joshua the leader of the faithfulness of God to a nation.

And when you think about America and all that America has been through with all the wars, the Revolutionary War in which we won our freedom. A rag-tag group of farmers and merchants fought the mightiest army in the world at that time, the army of Great Britain. And won our freedom. It was a miraculous victory. And could not be explained in terms of any other source except the intervention of God. And our forefathers founded this country on the principles of freedoms found in God's Holy Word. And all of our founding documents are filled with praise to God and with dependence upon Him.

And all of the other wars that we have fought especially in this century, the great wars, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the minor conflicts in which we have been involved. And now we are in Iraq and we wonder how it will turn out. Well, God will be faithful. God has had His hand upon this nation. As long as we are faithful to God, God will be faithful to us. We can look back on our history and we can say God has been faithful to America.

Joshua 21:43-45 ''And the LORD gave unto Israel all the land which he sware to give unto the ...

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