Early Americans firmly believed that obedience to God's law brought blessings on individuals, families, and the civil community as a whole, but disobedience resulted in calamity. Consequently, in times of calamity the state and local governments declared official Days of Fasting and Prayer,and when God answered their prayers and brought His blessings, they declared Days of Thanksgiving to give Him thanks for moving on their behalf. This was done over 1300 times from the early 1600s to 1813. In this audio tape Stephen McDowell examines this early American tradition, giving examples of God answering the prayers of His people in America. CD29
PLEASE NOTE: All CDs that are purchased will be a digital copy and sent to you by email. If you would like a hard copy, after you purchase, please let us know by email or phone.