THE NATIONS CALLED
Theology of the Nations and their Redemption.
by Pieter Bos
Sovereign World, Tonbridge, UK
Part 1 of the designated trilogy 'The City Redeemed'.
The cross of Jesus
The Cross of Jesus is the major “tool” in spiritual warfare
around nations and cities. For a discussion of the topic in general see
The Nations Called, par. 4.5.
"Text Of Inaugural Address
Of President Chiluba, Zambia,"
given 'At The Pillar' According To 2 Kings 23:3, At The State House In
Lusaka, Sunday 29th December, 1991.
This speech is a monumental example of a nation covenanting to God. It
does not of course automatically guarantee the wholesome outworking. For
a discussion of the topic in general and the example of this nation, see
The Nations Called, par 5.1.
Covenanting Uganda to God
“Covenanting Our Nation Uganda To God For The New Millennium.”
This document lacks the “I, the President” opening. It is
the document with which thousands of believers covenanted their nation
to God, led by the First Lady. . For a discussion of the topic in general
and the example of this nation, see The Nations Called, par 5.1.
"The 'gods of the nations'
as presented in OT and NT."
The concept of 'gods of the nations,' often also called 'territorial spirits,'
is widespread throughout the Bible. More than 140 references are presented
and briefly discussed. For the wider context please see The Nations Called,
One feature in the book “The Nations Called” is the "Corporate
Identity of nations". It is a daring concept. These are four out
of sixteen case studies in the book.
· Corporate Identity of Belgium
Belgium is a "Creative Friend" in the family of Nations in Europe
· Corporate Identity of Brazil
Brazil is "God's Troubadour" and destined for world evangelism.
· The Corporate Identity of the
The USA is an “Adventurous Leader,” with the danger of ‘presumptuous
leadership,’ causing anti-Americanism.
The Corporate Identity of Africa:
Africa, the continent of kings and queens; her corporate identity: Spiritual Authority.
Under NATIONS you will find more Corporate Identities (CI) that where developed after
the book was published (but included in the French and Dutch editions):
The Corporate Identity of Australia
The Corporate Identity of France
The Corporate Identity of Korea
The Corporate Identity of Hungary