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In 1809, President James Madison appointed John Quincy Adams as America’s first ambassador to Russia. Leaving his oldest son behind in America, Mr. Adams—sensible of his spiritual obligation to his son—began to write a series of letters to help provide basic guidance to his son concerning his son’s spiritual disciplines, the importance of Bible study, and it basic teachings. His admonition to his son was, “build upon the Rock” of the Lord Jesus Christ. Though written with their oldest son-George-in mind, Mr. Adams fully intended that these nine letters also be kept and collected for the benefit of “brothers and sisters.” Originally published in 1850, the Letters of John Quincy Adams are now once again available in this special presentation edition. Get your copy today!

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