MR. ROBERT­SON HAS A SAY

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

The power of “Duck Dy­nasty” con­tin­ues. Phil Robert­son, the pa­tri­arch of the pop­u­lar A&E re­al­ity show, has a new book ti­tled “The Theft of Amer­ica’s Soul: Blow­ing the Lid Off the Lies That Are De­stroy­ing Our Coun­try.” The plain­spo­ken fa­ther of four, grand­fa­ther of 16 and great-grand­fa­ther of seven, is can­did about what he believes to be at stake these days.

“The book is an ex­po­sure of the devil and his im­pact on the cul­ture, and a prophetic wake-up call for all who de­sire to see our na­tion thrive. And it is also an in­vi­ta­tion to ex­pe­ri­ence the life-giv­ing, peace-fill­ing, whol­ly­trans­form­ing love of God,” ad­vises Chris­tian pub­lish­ing firm Thomas Nel­son.

“The last time I checked, God ain’t dead. He is very much alive. It’s a fact. What’s more, the lat­est polls I’ve seen in­di­cate that the vast ma­jor­ity of Amer­i­cans know this is true,” writes the au­thor, who of­fers 10 points for folks to keep in mind in trou­bled times.

“If there’s one thing I know, it’s this: An en­counter with the liv­ing God is the only hope for mankind. It’s the only hope for Pres­i­dent Trump, for me, for Amer­ica. It’s the only hope for true free­dom and last­ing peace. And the God of the uni­verse has made a way for us to have this kind of en­counter. That way is Je­sus, the very per­son­i­fi­ca­tion of God, the very hope of the world,” says Mr. Robert­son.

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