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Every year since 1790 (during the presidency of George Washington), the President of the United States has given an annual speech to the nation. That speech is known as The State of the Union Address. In it, he discusses the greatest problems of the nation as well as a plan to overcome them. The president’s speech is one that unifies the nation and encourages citizens to work together to improve the country, as one people, regardless of party association or general beliefs and convictions. The one thing that can arguably be agreed upon by most people is that everybody wants to live in a better country and benefit from the liberties, life, and opportunity that the United States has to offer. This is a noble cause, and makes the State of the Union Address more than simply a speech. It is a bond that brings people together under the red, white, and blue. Accordingly, millions of people tune in each year around the last week of January to watch the State of the Union live on television on all the major networks.
Undoubtedly, the State of the Union is an important event. The fact that the speech is an annual tradition of one of the most powerful nations in the world stresses the importance of it. Countries all around the world are affected by the legislative agenda of the U.S., as discussed in the speech, regarding economies, human rights, defense, human aid, global business, trade, environmental issues, world health, and more.
Given the value placed on the State of the Union, one should reasonably conclude that a state of the world address is in order. After all, doesn’t SOTU, generally speaking, focus mostly on the well-being of the United States? Of course it does.Now, what seems more appropriate is to have a general address concerning the physical, but even moreso, the spiritual state of every nation in the world. That’s to say that spiritual life reigns supreme, and every nation is under God, both in spirit and in flesh. God’s Kingdom Government rules all other kingdoms. And that is the premise behind the State of the Kingdom Address (SOKA).
SOKA is a parody of SOTU. In a sense, it is intended to awaken governments and people worldwide. The LORD not only wants to show His authority and authorship on earth as the Almighty, but He desires to (1) build up the Body of Christ (2) usher in the end-time revival, and (3) bring the people back to Him.
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