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God Bless America Again by Allen Jackson

Title God Bless America Again
Author Allen Jackson
Publisher Intend Publishing
Release Date 2020-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 232
ISBN 1617180513
Language English, Spanish, and French
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God is moving in our nation in an unprecedented way. I believe the years ahead of us hold the potential for the greatest move of the Spirit of God that humanity will have ever known. I also believe they hold the potential for the greatest expressions of evil. It's imperative we prepare for that season with prayer and a love of God's truth.

God Bless America by Roy S. Isbell, Sr.

Title God Bless America
Author Roy S. Isbell, Sr.
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2016-09-27
Category
Total Pages 100
ISBN 1537710494
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The United States of America is in grave peril because we the people are being assaulted by a secular and socialist agenda that claims we no longer need God's help or blessing. If Christians do not rally and pray for godly men and women to be raised up and be elected to leadership positions throughout this country, we will lose the precious freedoms that our forefathers fought to win. Now more than ever, believers in Jesus Christ need to look to God and pray with urgency that Jesus will hear our pleas for help and heal our land.

God Bless America by Adah Nuchi

Title God Bless America
Author Adah Nuchi
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2018-06-04
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781368022521
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An inspiring portrait of an immigrant and the gift he gave his new home. Persecuted as Jews, Izzy Baline and his family emigrated from Russia to New York, where he fell in love with his new country. He heard music everywhere and was full to bursting with his own. Izzy's thump-two-three, ting-a-ling, whee tunes soon brought him acclaim as the sought-after songwriter Irving Berlin. He ignited the imaginations of fellow countrymen and women with his Broadway and Hollywood numbers, crafting tunes that have become classics we still sing today. But when darker times came and the nation went to war, it was time for Irving to compose a new kind of song: A boom-rah-rah song. A big brass belter. A loud heart-melter. A song for America. And so "God Bless America" was born, the heart swelling standard that Americans have returned to again and again after its 1918 composition. This is the tale of how a former refugee gave America one of its most celebrated patriotic songs. With stirring, rhythmic text by Adah Nuchi and delightful, energetic art by Rob Polivka, readers will be ready to hum along to this exuberant picturebook.

Intentional Faith by Allen Jackson

Title Intentional Faith
Author Allen Jackson
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2020-03-24
Category Religion
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781400217267
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Megachurch pastor Allen Jackson invites readers on a 100-day adventure of experiencing God through ten biblical practices that will reignite their faith and transform their lives. Many Christians experience low points in their faith, times when their spiritual lives have grown cold, stagnant, or routine. They feel frustrated and desperate to reconnect with God. Yet encouragement alone is not enough. We need God's power to bring transformation, and we need specific tools and a focused intent to know the Lord. Drawing upon years of pastoral ministry and his own experience, Allen Jackson has developed a 100-day plan to reinvigorate a believer's life, organized around ten declarations of intent, including: I Intend to Grow Spiritually, I Intend to Read the Gospels I Intend to Pray Daily I Intend to Honor God in My Home, and I Intend to Work with Integrity. A simple investment of twenty minutes a day will create an unstoppable momentum in readers' lives. Their hearts are opened to new possibilities with God where his purposes unfold and where the fruit of his rewards are found.

God Bless America by Sheryl Kaskowitz

Title God Bless America
Author Sheryl Kaskowitz
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2013-07-10
Category Music
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780199339556
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"God Bless America" is a song most Americans know well. It is taught in American schools and regularly performed at sporting events. After the attacks on September 11th, it was sung on the steps of the Capitol, at spontaneous memorial sites, and during the seventh inning stretch at baseball games, becoming even more deeply embedded in America's collective consciousness. In God Bless America, Sheryl Kaskowitz tells the fascinating story behind America's other national anthem. It begins with the song's composition by Irving Berlin in 1918 and first performance by Kate Smith in 1938, revealing an early struggle for control between composer and performer as well as the hidden economics behind the song's royalties. Kaskowitz shows how the early popularity of "God Bless America" reflected the anxiety of the pre-war period and sparked a surprising anti-Semitic and xenophobic backlash. She follows the song's rightward ideological trajectory from early associations with religious and ethnic tolerance to increasing uses as an anthem for the Christian Right, and considers the song's popularity directly after the September 11th attacks. The book concludes with a portrait of the song's post-9/11 function within professional baseball, illuminating the power of the song - and of communal singing itself - as a vehicle for both commemoration and coercion. A companion website offers streaming audio of recordings referenced in the book, links to videos of relevant performances, appendices of information, and an opportunity for readers to participate in the author's survey. Based on extensive archival research and fieldwork, God Bless America sheds new light on cultural tensions within the U.S., past and present, and offers a historical chronicle that is full of surprises and that will both edify and delight readers from all walks of life.

Can God Bless America by John F. MacArthur

Title Can God Bless America
Author John F. MacArthur
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2002-07-13
Category Religion
Total Pages 112
ISBN 9781418508043
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Recently, and seemingly overnight, the once cliche slogan "God Bless America" became almost a national mantra. John MacArthur gets to the heart of the matter by asking the questions most Americans choose to ignore: "Should God bless America?" and "Is America deserving of blessing?" Turning to the Old Testament, he presents the simple truth of God's word, his blessing has always had conditions. MacArthur calls the Nation to turn back to God by showing us how we can become a nation that is once again blessed by God.

God Bless America by Steve Almond

Title God Bless America
Author Steve Almond
Publisher Lookout Books
Release Date 2011
Category Fiction
Total Pages 211
ISBN 0984592237
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Steve Almond is one of our finest literary provocateurs. His stories are without equal in their beautiful terrible honesty. Stylish and finely wrought, these are tales with the force of life itself.

Game Change by John Heilemann

Title Game Change
Author John Heilemann
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2010-02-23
Category Political Science
Total Pages 480
ISBN 9780061966200
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“It’s one of the best books on politics of any kind I’ve read. For entertainment value, I put it up there with Catch 22.” —The Financial Times “It transports you to a parallel universe in which everything in the National Enquirer is true….More interesting is what we learn about the candidates themselves: their frailties, egos and almost super-human stamina.” —The Financial Times “I can’t put down this book!” —Stephen Colbert Game Change is the New York Times bestselling story of the 2008 presidential election, by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, two of the best political reporters in the country. In the spirit of Richard Ben Cramer’s What It Takes and Theodore H. White’s The Making of the President 1960, this classic campaign trail book tells the defining story of a new era in American politics, going deeper behind the scenes of the Obama/Biden and McCain/Palin campaigns than any other account of the historic 2008 election.

God Bless America by Multnomah

Title God Bless America
Author Multnomah
Publisher Multnomah Books
Release Date 2016-06-14
Category Games & Activities
Total Pages 80
ISBN 9780735289741
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Return to simple pleasures and simpler times. Enter the pages of this coloring book for adults, and you will find a peaceful way to reflect on what makes America a truly amazing country: our values of equality, opportunity, faith,family, character, generosity, justice, and perseverance. Each coloring page features an original design from one of nine different artists, illustrating an inspirational quote from one of the Founding Fathers, an historic document, a patriotic hymn, or another of America's heroes. Slow down, quiet the noise, and express creativity as you color your way through history. So grab your colored pencils or markers, find a comfortable spot to relax, and spend some time celebrating America. To help set the perfect patriotic mood, a link to the "Coloring America" playlist is included inside. #COLORINGAMERICA

Title The Berenstain Bears God Bless Our Country
Author Mike Berenstain
Publisher Zonderkidz
Release Date 2015-04-07
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 24
ISBN 9780310736950
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Bear family and their Bear Country neighbors celebrate the Fourth of July with a big parade. But not before the cubs get a lesson about the blessings of freedom for their country. Features 12 full-color stickers.

God Bless America by Zondervan,

Title God Bless America
Author Zondervan,
Publisher Zonderkidz
Release Date 2016-06-07
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 18
ISBN 9780310753230
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Take a tour of the most amazing landmarks and cities in America! God Bless America will show readers how special their country is and how God made such a wonderful place for us to live.

Title God Bless America Sheet Music
Author Anonim
Publisher Hal Leonard Corporation
Release Date 2001-10-01
Category Music
Total Pages 8
ISBN 9781495040412
Language English, Spanish, and French
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(Piano Vocal). An arrangement of Irving Berlin's beloved favorite for piano and voice with guitar chord frames.

God Bless America by Karen Stollznow

Title God Bless America
Author Karen Stollznow
Publisher Pitchstone Publishing (US&CA)
Release Date 2014-07-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781939578082
Language English, Spanish, and French
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God Bless America lifts the veil on strange and unusual religious beliefs and practices in the modern-day United States. Do Satanists really sacrifice babies? Do exorcisms involve swearing and spinning heads? Are the Amish allowed to drive cars and use computers? Taking a close look at snake handling, new age spirituality, Santeria spells, and satanic rituals, this book offers more than mere armchair research, taking you to an exorcism and a polygamist compound—and allowing you to sit among the beards and bonnets in a Mennonite church and to hear L. Ron Hubbard's stories told as sermons during a Scientology service. From the Amish to Voodoo, the beliefs and practices explored in this book may be unorthodox—and often dangerous—but they are always fascinating. While some of them are dying out, and others are gaining popularity with a modern audience, all offer insight into the future of religion in the United States—and remind that fact is often stranger than fiction.

Title Don t Forget God Bless Our Troops
Author Jill Biden
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2012-06-05
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781442457379
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Inspired by her own granddaughter Natalie, Vice President Joe Biden’s wife, Jill, tells a story through a child’s eyes of what family life is like when a parent is at war across the world in this eBook with audio. When her father leaves for a year of being at war, Natalie knows that she will miss him. Natalie is proud of her father, but there is nothing to stop her from wishing he was home. Some things do help her feel better. Natalie works with her Nana to send her dad and the other service men and women cookies and treats they have made. Natalie, her mom, and her brother can see and talk to Dad over the computer, and the kindness of friends at school and at church help her feel supported and loved. But there is nothing like the day when her Dad comes home at last.

God Bless America by Sheryl Kaskowitz

Title God Bless America
Author Sheryl Kaskowitz
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2013-06-11
Category Music
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780199919789
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"God Bless America" is a song most Americans know well. It is taught in American schools and regularly performed at sporting events. After the attacks on September 11th, it was sung on the steps of the Capitol, at spontaneous memorial sites, and during the seventh inning stretch at baseball games, becoming even more deeply embedded in America's collective consciousness. In God Bless America, Sheryl Kaskowitz tells the fascinating story behind America's other national anthem. It begins with the song's composition by Irving Berlin in 1918 and first performance by Kate Smith in 1938, revealing an early struggle for control between composer and performer as well as the hidden economics behind the song's royalties. Kaskowitz shows how the early popularity of "God Bless America" reflected the anxiety of the pre-war period and sparked a surprising anti-Semitic and xenophobic backlash. She follows the song's rightward ideological trajectory from early associations with religious and ethnic tolerance to increasing uses as an anthem for the Christian Right, and considers the song's popularity directly after the September 11th attacks. The book concludes with a portrait of the song's post-9/11 function within professional baseball, illuminating the power of the song - and of communal singing itself - as a vehicle for both commemoration and coercion. A companion website offers streaming audio of recordings referenced in the book, links to videos of relevant performances, appendices of information, and an opportunity for readers to participate in the author's survey. Based on extensive archival research and fieldwork, God Bless America sheds new light on cultural tensions within the U.S., past and present, and offers a historical chronicle that is full of surprises and that will both edify and delight readers from all walks of life.

May God Bless America by Joseph J. Martos

Title May God Bless America
Author Joseph J. Martos
Publisher Wheatmark Incorporated
Release Date 2004
Category Religion
Total Pages 239
ISBN 1587363313
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Combining serious biblical scholarship with careful political analysis, May God Bless America uncovers what the Bible has to say about God's blessings on America, and its implications for domestic and foreign policy.

Title God Bless You Mr Rosewater
Author Kurt Vonnegut
Publisher Dial Press Trade Paperbacks
Release Date 1965
Category Fiction
Total Pages 275
ISBN 9780385333474
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A lawyer schemes to gain control of a large fortune by having the present claimant declared insane.

Title 100 Bible Verses That Made America
Author Robert Morgan
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2020-02-04
Category Religion
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780785222125
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Bible has played a starring role in American history from our nation’s beginnings. When George Washington was sworn into office as our first president, he did not place his hand on the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution of the United States, as hallowed as those documents are. Instead, he swore upon and even kissed the Bible to sanctify this important moment. The Bible, Washington knew, had ushered American history to this point. Trying to explain American history without its Bible is like trying to understand the human body without its bloodstream. Had there been no Bible, there would be no America as we know it. It is the Bible that made America. While not every Founding Father was a Christian, a Bible-believer, or a paragon of virtue and not every leader has honored the Bible nor appreciated its influence, there is an undeniable history of leaders who’ve been intimately acquainted with the contents of the Bible, who’ve studied its scriptures and respected its teachings. Journey with Robert J. Morgan as he teaches about the Bible’s role in the defining moments and impact on the people of our nation’s history, reminding us of the beauty at the intersection of faith and country and reigniting our hearts’ passions for both.

Still Woman Enough by Loretta Lynn

Title Still Woman Enough
Author Loretta Lynn
Publisher Hyperion
Release Date 2003-04-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 352
ISBN 078688987X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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L oretta Lynns first memoir, Coal Miners Daughter, was a #1 national bestseller that sparked an Oscar-winning movie and left fans hungry for more. Now Loretta finishes that story, and the second half of her life is every bit as remarkable and inspiring as the first. In a friendly, down-home style that belies her stature as country musics most celebrated performer, Loretta writes candidly about the price of fame and the stresses of stardom; tells of friends and family shes loved and lost along the way; and shares secrets not included in her first book. But at the heart of this memoir is her stormy relationship with Doo, the man she married at thirteen and stayed with until he died, through his drinking, their violent arguments, and their passionate reconciliations. Loretta reveals the devotion behind one of the hardest love stories in the world. Filled with intimate portraits of country legends, and brimming with folksy humor, this personal tale of grit, determination, and loyalty will enthrall Lorettas countless fans and anyone who adores a good old-fashioned love story.

Evil Necessity by Harold D. Tallant

Title Evil Necessity
Author Harold D. Tallant
Publisher University Press of Kentucky
Release Date 2015-01-13
Category History
Total Pages 328
ISBN 9780813149561
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Kentucky, the slavery debate raged for thirty years before the Civil War began. While whites in the lower South argued that slavery was good for master and slave, many white Kentuckians maintained that because of racial prejudice, public safety, and property rights, slavery was necessary but undeniably evil. Harold D. Tallant shows how this view bespoke a real ambivalence about the desirability of continuing slavery in Kentucky and permitted an active abolitionist movement in the state to exist alongside contented slaveholders. Though many Kentuckians were increasingly willing to defend slavery against northern opposition, they did not always see this defense as their first political priority. Tallant explores the way in which the disparity between Kentuckians' ideals and their actions helped make Kentucky a quintessential border state.