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    Farming Practices
    by Dr. J. Franklin Snook

    For many years our country was plagued with agricultural surpluses. The government bought and stored them at high cost to the taxpayers in ...
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    America Needs the Divine Law
    by Dr. J. Franklin Snook

    Introduction

    by Pastor Sheldon Emry

    The Leaders of the English Colonies in America, who agreed upon the Declaration of Independence and later the Constitution, were keen students of the Book of Faith professed by themselves and the majority of their countrymen at that time—the Holy Bible.

    In Colonial times, Ministers preached from their pulpits that the Bible was written for presidents and advisors, for legislators and magistrates, for mayors and ambassadors and that it was the source from which came the establishment of "righteous government."

    Colonial preaching made the Bible not only the Book for the individual and the family but THE BOOK that guided the United States of America on her way to destiny.

    The author of the tract that you are about to read writes with the same understanding. I urgently recommend that any person, especially persons in government, invest a few minutes to read this article.

    You will be blessed by this treatise on "God's Way" of solving problems in the nation. You will find the Bible way very intelligent, very reasonable, and often much simpler and more effective than man's. Please read on.

    Why We Need Divine Law

    My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, Seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children. Hosea 4:6

    Understanding God's Law

    Inasmuch as God is the Supreme Authority in ALL things, let us then consider national affairs, which are of such vital concern to each of us, in the light of God's word, for only then will we view these things in their proper setting and with understanding. This study may bring about some reorientation in our thinking, for many labor under the delusion that the Bible teaches only religion and proper conduct on the individual level. Actually only two-sevenths of the text of the Bible deals ...