Posted by: irenesroth | June 28, 2013

Book Review: New America: A Tale of a Redeemed Nation

9781612440835_p0_v1_s114x166New America:  Tale of a Redeemed Nation
By Richard W. Miller 

     Do you feel hopeless? Do you wish your life had more meaning and hope but you don’t know how to turn your life around? If you answered the above two questions in the affirmative, Miller’s book is for you.

There is a crisis in America. Americans have lost their integrity because of greed. Their sense of liberty and justice has been thwarted and they don’t have a sense of genuine fairness and truth. A lot of this can be blamed on the fact that Americans have lost a sense of what’s truly important. America is so prideful that she forgot her devotion to God and the blessings that come from obedience to the Lord. We have forgotten to keep God’s commandments and the Sabbath holy.  We have strayed away from God like lost sheep.

In addition, we feel empty, fearful, and lack contentment. Only the Lord could fill us up with love and happiness. No drink or material thing can give us relief from our woes.  But there is hope! God reserves a special and sacred place inside each of our hearts that only He can fill. There are no limits to the amount of love we can have in our heart for the Lord.

Miller believes that the Lord is calling us to press in harder and to love deeper.  The Lord is forgiving and loving.  He is compassionate and gracious; slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness.

Miller’s book will inspire and encourage all of us to get in step with the Lord.  It is never too late to turn our lives around and follow the Lord.  All we have to do is bow our heads and invite the Lord into our heart right this minute.

Reviewed by:  Irene S. Roth 

Rating:  5 Stars


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