LONGWOOD, FL (PRWEB) July 28, 2006
The lurid lifestyle of modern-day Americans and Christians presents a contrast to the biblical basis of Christian discipleship. From the prophets to the apostles, we are warned of this perilous society in which we live. Now, in Dana Smith’s D-Day for America: Passing through the “Smelter of the Lord” in the Land of the Free ($15.99, paperback,1-59781-843-7; $25.99, hardcover, 1-59781-844-5), we see a smug America sitting upon a heap of nations and glorying in her success. The falling away from the true God to a god that doesn’t see, hear, or care is putting this nation on a collision course with D-Day, writes Smith.
With a rich history spanning roughly 30,000 years, America is the strongest, the richest, and one of the most decadent
societies on earth. By bringing the biblical picture of Babylon and the warnings of the prophets to the forefront, Smith confronts readers with the stark reality of a nation that has gone over the top in pursuit of pleasures.
Smith, a graduate of Trinity Bible College, has devoted many hours to studying, researching, and writing about God’s Word in an attempt to warn, exhort, and give hope to God’s wayward children during the time of judgment. Says Smith, “This book tells that this nation on its own did not raise itself, nor will it continue as it is if it does not repent.”
Dana G. Smith has been married to Tara Smith for 32 years. They have two grown children, one son-in-law, and one grandchild. He is the watchman of the Watchman Institute for Biblical Research, and he writes on biblical topics as they pertain to today’s events. He has broadcast the message of Christ into more than 150 countries with His “Unknown Evangelist” Voice of Truth broadcasts. Visit the Watchman web sites at http://www.wingswatchman.org or http://www.ddayforamerica.com.
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