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Excerpt from the Smillie book, given at the January 6th, 2018 Bible Study

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Announcements Forums God – January 7th, 2018 Excerpt from the Smillie book, given at the January 6th, 2018 Bible Study

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    Solomon left the nation seriously divided and his son King Rehoboam increased the difficulties. The
    prophets Elijah to Habakkuk were the only alert thinkers of the later monarchy when dictatorship and a
    totalitarian state held sway. As spiritual statesmen, these great leaders read “the signs of the times” and
    tried to awaken a people mesmerized by greed, material power, and surface prosperity. They pointed
    out the causes of national weakness and the internal corruption which was destroying the life of the
    nation. Profiteering, inflation, false business practices, and dishonesty, were all condemned by the
    prophets. They took fearless stands seeking to awaken the people and their corrupt leaders to a
    realization of their errors, and to direct them to right motives and acts.

    – from Mary Baker Eddy, A Prophetic and Historical Perspective, by Paul R. Smillie, page 45

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