Saturday, October 27, 2007

It was on this day in 1787 that The Federalist Papers first began to be made available to the citizens of New York. The Federalist Papers consisted of 85 essays written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison. The Federalist Papers were written to bring support for the ratification of the Constitution. They also warned against the evils of a democracy favoring a Constitutional Republic.
I worked in my office all of yesterday preparing another issue of The Torch. Those of you who are not subscribers can write to P. O. Box 354, Bergman, AR 72615 and ask for a sample copy. I have the main article in this issue titled, Blood Linage. It deals with the removal of David’s throne in Judah and how Jeremiah the prophet was instrumental in bringing the daughters of the disposed King Zedekiah and thus the throne of Israel to Ireland in 583 BC.
If this is new to you and you have never heard of this before I especially urge you to write for a sample copy. A dollar or two to help cover printing and postage would be appreciated.
Don’t forget the Christmas Fellowship Conference on December 1 and 2. This is our smaller event of the year, but one that everyone really enjoys. We have speeches, games, music and wonderful fellowship. Come if you can!

God bless!

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