FAITH OF OUR FATHERS
By William P Gale
This is not merely a book,
it is a story with a Biblical background which can shake the
world. The simple story told in The Faith of Our Fathers
is one that should be read by every family in America and in
Western Europe. Clergymen, Attorneys at Law, Public Officials as
well as young students, will obtain a better understanding of
their government and the Constitution of the United States of
In these days of tribulation,
with enemies of God all about, one is reminded of the words of
Napoleon Bonaparte when he said, Ninety five percent of
winning a war is to know your enemy. The story of this book
advances Napoleons advice by saying, How can you know
your enemy unless you know who YOU are?
A clergyman once said, love your enemies. In a discussion with other clergymen that followed, he was asked where he derived his philosophy and he replied, The Bible, of course. The clergyman asking him questions then said, I will agree with the Bible, now please tell me where the Bible says to love Gods enemies? With this question, the first clergyman was stumped. He had no answer! In another instance, a clergyman was broadcasting a radio sermon. He was preaching that Christians should love everything (even Satan).
Upon reaching the race
question he said, All of the different races of people on
earth are the same. Later that day another clergyman
telephoned the radio preacher and expressed interest in the
sermon. He had a question. He asked about the statement that
all of the different races are the same.
His question was If the
races are the same, then why did you say that they
are different? With this, the clergyman who
gave the sermon promptly placed his telephone receiver on the
hook. He had no answer!
Those who read The Faith of Our Fathers will no doubt be stimulated to further research and study. It is hoped and we pray that their findings will assist in the accomplishments that Gods Word has prophesied. They will have ANSWERS! Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.