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Revealing Reagan's spiritual secret of success

Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 02/24/2004 @ 1:00 am In Front Page | Comments Disabled

The secret ingredient to President Ronald Reagan’s astonishingly successful presidency, never before explored fully in print, is his deep Christian faith, according to a brand-new book published by WND Books.

“Hand of Providence: The Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan,” by Mary Beth Brown, shows Reagan’s heart and soul like never before.



Reagan is considered the most popular of modern presidents, according to recent opinion polls. And yet, to most biographers the man is still an enigma.

This is because, as Brown shows, no one has ever focused on the 40th president’s faith. “Hand of Providence” explores the life and personality of Ronald Reagan by focusing on his deeply felt Christian beliefs, and showing how it was faith that guided Reagan along his distinguished career and led him to his unprecedented success.

With the support of Ronald Reagan’s own words and writings and first-hand interviews of Ronald Reagan’s family, friends, and co-workers, Brown weaves a magnificent story of Reagan’s strong devotion to God. It is a story that will not only inspire Christians to enter public service and allow their faith to motivate all their actions, but also, according to the publisher’s description, “help point others to the Cross of Jesus Christ — a cause that was near and dear to President Ronald Reagan’s heart.”

After the assassination attempt on his life in 1981, Reagan said publicly that the rest of his life belonged to God.

“Hand of Providence: The Strong and Quiet Faith of Ronald Reagan,” by Mary Beth Brown, is now available from the source, WorldNetDaily.”


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