Congress Declares the Bible the Word of God (Video)

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Congress declares the Bible the Word of God

By Pao Chang, author of EsotericKnowledge.me and OmniThought.org

The Bible is a very mysterious book full of empowering knowledge about the secrets of the universe and life. On October 4, 1982, Congress of the United States passed and approved Public Law 97-280, also known as Joint Resolution of Oct. 4, 1982, Pub. L. No. 97-280, 96 Stat. 1211 (1982). This public law declares that the Bible is “the Word of God.”

The Bible has many verses about God’s Law, making it a very powerful law book. What most people do not know about the Bible is that it is the Supreme Law Book of Christian nations. Congress even acknowledged that the Bible is “the Word of God.” God is Law! Learn why the Bible is such an important book for mankind and how it can teach you to achieve spiritual freedom and sovereignty.

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