non-christian nations+continents were not super-blessed.

ebola and HIV are from the Congo.

the Congo language was spoken by most black slaves from africa to the new world.

Obama is from the Dark Continent.

Christian Europe and the usa were super-blessed by Christ,,,,,,when they were Christian.

The non-christian nations+continents were not super-blessed.

The Christian nations produced most great discoveries+economies+medicines+ industrial revolution + computers+ etc……….the good life.

about a third or half of all Nobel prizes are to the Jews.

Israel is super-blessed, compared to the muslim nations around them.

Christ is good for your nation. All nations would be super-blessed if they were Christian.

Imagine how blessed america would have been if we had been more christian!


4 Responses to “non-christian nations+continents were not super-blessed.”

  1. john zande Says:

    Out of interest, what would a “Christian nation” actually look like?

    • dennismann Says:

      The USA was super-blessed above the non-christian nations because,,,we had much more Bible-belief than the other nations. The Bill of Rights gave all (including the Jews) unprecedented freedoms and rights. Genesis promises blessings to those who bless Israel. Non-christian nations persecute the Jews.

      I am not saying that every American is a real Christian.

      Christian values (love, honesty, work ethic, etc) is prerequisite for a strong family, economy, nation.
      “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.”

      • john zande Says:

        Thanks for that, but I’m pretty sure you’ll find the first instances of formalised human rights being established by Cyrus the Great. After taking Babylon in 539 B.C.E he freed the slaves, declared that all people had the right to choose their own religion, and established racial equality. These and other decrees (including the first property rights and concepts of common law) were recorded on what is known today as the Cyrus Cylinder, which is recognised as the world’s first charter of human rights. It is translated into all six official languages of the United Nations and its provisions parallel the first four Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

        So, I’m sorry, but Christians have nothing at all to do with the establishment of rights, and the U.S. Bill of Rights is in no way derived from any Christian reference. It’s rooted in the Rule of Law: a socio-legal ideal born from the Enlightenment.

        But still, this doesn’t answer my actual question. Let’s pretend the US was a Christian nation… What would that actually look like? I mean this is a practical, legal, educational sense.

  2. dennismann Says:

    Isaiah 46;9-10…..God’s great proof that He is the only true God is……He can predict the future in ways nobody else can. He can predict the End from the Beginning. He can predict the rise and fall of nations thousands of years in advance. The OT predicted the NT. Nobody else can do this.
    …….God gave us rights and freedoms 6000 years ago, but evil men try to rob us of our rights…….
    The OT Law of Moses was a foreshadow of the NT’s Christian love, justice, freedoms, rights, law, mercy, forgiveness, punishment for crimes+sins, wisdom, etc.
    ………In recent years, God has sent many Signs of His soon-Return. See
    ……..If our Founders (George Washington and others) had been non-christians,,,,,,they would have kept the Freedoms+rights for themselves,,,,,,,and enslaved+robbed us……..(as you see in non-christian nations).
    …….a nation with a Christian culture (bible-belief) is super-blessed compared with other nations.

    Christians dont force anyone to be Christian. We persuade people to be Christian with free healing, casting out demons, and preaching the Good News. (Luke 9;1)
    Praise Christ!

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