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    Chris Stewart

ISBN: 978–1–60907–926–0


Seven Miracles That Saved America

by: Chris Stewart
Meet the Author
Chris Stewart is a New York Times bestselling author who has published more than a dozen books, has been selected by the Book of the Month Club, and has released titles in multiple languages in seven countries. He has also been a guest editorial list for the Detroit News, among other publications, commenting on matters of military readiness and national security concerns. He is a world-record-setting Air Force pilot (fastest nonstop flight around the world) and president and CEO of The Shipley Group, a nationally recognized consulting and training company.
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About This Book

By: Chris Stewart and Ted Stewart

New York Times Bestselling thriller writer helps make history come alive in this absolutely riveting read!

There was a time when it was accepted that America was a God- Seven Miracles That Saved AmericaBlessed land—that God ruled the fate of this nation and raised up great leaders when they were most desperately needed to assure that our history would unfold as He desired. Do we still believe this is true?

Bestselling author Chris Stewart and his brother, Utah Federal District Court Judge Ted Stewart, present seven significant events in American history to show how God has provided miracles to sustain and protect this nation at critical times. From Columbus’s discovery of the New World, to the amazing events at the World War II battle of Midway, to the miracle that saved President Ronald Reagan and allowed him to play a key role in smashing the Iron Curtain, the authors provide little known details of events that literally changed the future of the world—events that give us assurance that God does watch over this country. And, as we struggle through difficult times, we have reason to hope that He will continue to bless us.

“One of my favorite books in the last couple of years.”-Bob Lonsberry, Radio Host, KNRS


What is it about this nation that would justify His intervention in the ways that have been presented in this book?

Could it be that America represents something important to God?

Though it’s daunting to attempt to answer such questions, may we suggest two plausible explanations:

First, America is the wellspring of liberty and freedom on this earth.

Second, it has been the repository of–and an example of–certain virtues that, if emulated, would bring more happiness, prosperity, and well-being to all.