Refining Our Best Resources - Our Children

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Jones Harvest Pub, 2007 - 445 Seiten
A clarion call for a society ravaged by alienated, misguided youth devoured by a culture of guns, sex and drugs. Walter C. Lichfield's extensive work represents a much-needed wake-up call to all responsible Americans. Adroitly guiding the reader though the various stages of growth in the life of a child, the author provides wise counsel as to the proper ways of molding our most precious resource: our children.This scholarly treatise quoting liberally from the Holy Scriptures points out the fallacy of many newfangled ideas and holds a mirror to how far away we have moved from the teaching of God and His apostles. America needs to make possible and encourage total family observance of a weekly day of rest to enjoy the blessings revealed in Isaiah 58:13-14, and avoid captivity and sorrow per Jeremiah 17:20-27.The author spares none-the individual, the family, the church and the state-in his sharp chastisement for the current state of affairs in America. He admonishes and exhorts every segment to initiate steps to stem the tide-before it is too late. The Sword of Damocles hangs over our society because we fail to demand strict adherence to our God and constitution He has given us.This book is a call for all Native Americans, Jews, Christians and other U.S. Constitutional Conservatives to form coalitions of parents to restore our American Republic and our way of life. This book also contains a bonus appendix; The U.S. Constitution.

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The author is a husband and father of nine sons and four daughters. He was raised on a cattle and sheep ranch in the beautiful Star Valley of Wyoming. He was a U.S. Marine, two years (1947-1949) in Tsingtao, China. When he returned home, he married, and he obtained a B.S. and M.S., and went on to teach high school students for ten years. He was a Management Analyst for the Air Force and became an author upon retiring.

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