United States

"He also shall become a people, and he also shall be great..." (Genesis 48:19).

The United States' history is tied to Great Britain's by more than just a revolution. The story begins with a promise to a patriarch, passed down to two brothers—the ancestors of two of the world's greatest superpower nations. Find out more below.

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A blog post by Darris McNeely

Tuesday's (1/17/06) Financial Times (subscription required) offers two good articles to consider about the role of America and Britain in the global economy. The key to understanding the future direction of the world economy lies not in the numbers of economics but in the timing of God's hand upon these two nations.

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The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy

The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy

The amazing story of the rise to greatness of the United States and Britain begins 4,000 years ago with the biblical patriarch Abraham. God's promises would bring an astounding future for his descendants.

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