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"Praying for All in Authority"
Thursday, December 13, 2018

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1. [French] Police appeal over Strasbourg suspect - BBC

French police have issued a call for help to find the man suspected of opening fire near a Christmas market in Strasbourg.

Hundreds of police, soldiers and border agents on both sides of the Franco-German border are trying to find Chérif Chekatt, 29.

Two people died and 13 were injured in the gun attack in the eastern French city on Tuesday evening.

The gunman shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest") as he opened fire. (Read more)

- Abba Father God, we join our hearts today with those of our brothers and sisters in the nation of France, crying out to you that this dangerous terrorist be apprehended. In Your name, amen.

- "For nothing is hidden, except to be revealed; nor has anything been secret, but that it would come to light." (Mark 4:22)

2. British PM Theresa May survives no-confidence vote triggered by members of her own party - CNN

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence triggered by members of her own party over her handling of Brexit. She won by 200 votes to 117.

The result was met with cheers from MPs as it was announced by Graham Brady, a member of Parliament who leads the 1922 Committee which represents Conservative Party backbench lawmakers in the House of Commons.

Outside Downing Street, May told reporters that it had been a "long and challenging day."

May said while she was "grateful" for the support, she also acknowledged that a "significant" number of number of MPs from her party voted against her. "I have listened to what they said," May said, but added "we now need to get on with the job of delivering Brexit." (Read more)

- Father, we are grateful to learn this news of a peaceful outcome for P.M. May and for the nation of Great Britain. We thank You that, unlike other nations, Great Britain rules and governs by existing protocol, rather than by revolution. In Your Name, amen.

- "For the kingdom is the LORD'S: and he is the governor among the nations."
(Psalm 22:28)

3. US House passes bipartisan bill to prevent use of human shields -

The House of Representatives passed a bipartisan bill on Monday that would enact sanctions on those who use human shields in war.

The Senate unanimously passed its version, co-introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in October. The bill now goes to U.S. President Donald Trump to sign it into law.

ntroduced by Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) and Rep. Tom Suozzi (D-N.Y.), and co-sponsored by 25 representatives, the Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act, also known as the STOP Using Human Shields Act, officially condemns the U.S.-designated terrorist group Hezbollah's use of human shields "as a gross violation of internationally recognized human rights."

The bill mandates that the president impose sanctions on any entity that "knowingly and materially supports, orders, controls, directs or otherwise engages in" the exercise of human shields by the terrorist organizations Hezbollah and Hamas. (Read more)

- Praise the Lord!

- "Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord!" (Psalm 150:6)

4. ACLJ Urges Supreme Court to Take Case to End Abortion Based on Sex, Race, Disability - Christian

. . . The state of Indiana is requesting that the Supreme Court hear the case. The federal district court in Indiana and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit insisted the disputed provisions were unconstitutional and contradictory to Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling which declared a right to abortion. The ACLJ brief, however, disagrees: "The Constitution does not compel states to treat the bodies of dead unborn children as just so much "medical trash." . . . Nor does the Constitution force states to allow abortion for any reason at all, no matter how pernicious." (Read more)

- Father, we thank You that ACLJ has now taken up this very worthy cause. We pledge to give them all the prayer support needed in order to see the Supreme Court render a favorable ruling in this key case. In Your Name, amen.

- "If you ask Me anything in My name, I will do it." (John 14:14)

5. Religious Freedom Envoy: China One of the 'Worst Human Rights Situations in the World' -

The administration's ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom painted a bleak picture Tuesday of the landscape in China, and called the communist regime's suppression of Uighur Muslims one of the "worst human rights situations in the world."

"China isn't backing away from the religious persecution; it seems to be expanding," Ambassador Sam Brownback said, pointing also to Beijing's treatment of Christians and other minorities. "This is obviously very troubling to the administration." (Read more)

- Father, we thank You for the work now being done by Ambassador-at-Large Sam Brownback, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and President Donald Trump in calling out nations that guilty of religious persecution, and calling them to account for their actions. We pray that China will change its policies in the matters outlined above; we pray for a miracle, amen.
- "First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority . . ." (2 Timothy 1:2)

Focus on Israel

1. Netanyahu Doesn't Rule Out Taking Battle Inside Iran- Jerusalem Post

Israel does not rule out acting militarily inside Iran's border if it feels that is necessary for its security, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday.

Asked at an annual appearance before the foreign press if Israel would act inside Iran's borders, Netanyahu said, "Our redline is our survival. We do what is necessary to protect Israel against the Iranian regime that openly calls for the annihilation of the Jewish state."

Pressed if that means Israel is not ruling out engaging Iran inside Iran, Netanyahu replied: "I'm not ruling out doing anything we need to defend ourselves. For the moment, Israel is the only military in the world that is directly engaging Iranian forces. We are doing that in Syria and pulling them back."

(Read more)

2. Inching Towards War - Jerusalem Online

Analysts have been saying for years that it was only a matter of time until Israel and Lebanon's Hezbollah terrorist militia were again engaged in open conflict. The events of the past several days have finally woken most Israelis up to the seriousness of those warnings.

Hezbollah is capable of targeting any point in Israel with its missiles, the group's second in command Sheikh Naim Qassem said in an interview with Iran's al-Vefagh newspaper.

(Read more)

3. Hamas claims deadly Ofra terror attack after Israel kills suspected shooter- Times of Israel

The Hamas terror group early Thursday claimed credit for the deadly shooting attack outside the Ofra settlement earlier this week, saying the suspect shot dead by Israeli forces several hours earlier was one of its members.

"Hamas announces with great pride the death of its martyr Salih Omar Barghouti, the perpetrator of the heroic Ofra operation," the terror group wrote on its official Twitter account early Thursday morning.

While Hamas claimed Barghouti, it did not specifically say that it orchestrated the attack.

(Read more)

4. PA input unwanted in 'Deal of the Century' - World Israel News

The Palestinian Authority (PA) will not see the American peace plan before it's presented to the world, Ma'ariv reported on Wednesday.

Ramallah, which broke off relations with the Trump administration after the U.S. Embassy was moved to Jerusalem in May, has reportedly offered to help in crafting the parameters of the agreement but was turned down. The report did not state when the offer was made. This means that if and when the two sides return to the negotiating table, the Palestinian Authority will have the distinct disadvantage of not having been given any specific prior knowledge of its contents - versus the Israelis, whose input was requested.

(Read more)

5. Australia Set to Recognize Jerusalem as Israel's Capital - United with Israel

Australia is set to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, after the country's national security committee approved the move on Tuesday night, The Times of Israel reported.

The Australian government is expected to formally announce the decision although it remains unclear if the country intends to recognize the entirety of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, or just west Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, senior government sources told The Australian newspaper that the embassy relocation from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem appears to have been delayed because of the projected cost, estimated at $200 million. Instead, a consular office will be set up in Jerusalem.

(Read more)

6. Israel on Target ~ 12.12.18 - BridgeConnectorMinistries

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The Daily Brief

1. 'Children Are The Most Precious Gift of All': Mrs. Trump Participates in Toys for Tots Toy Drive - CBN News

On Tuesday, First lady Melania Trump attended a Marine Toys for Tots event at the Joint Anacostia-Bolling Military Base located in southwestern Washington, D.C. Mrs. Trump offered brief remarks before helping the children place toys in boxes, saying "As a mother, I feel children are the most precious gift of all. As First Lady, I have made it my mission to shine a light on programs that provide more opportunities for children to succeed."

After the children put the toys in the boxes, they sat down to write Christmas cards to go along with each box. The first lady along with several US Marines assisted the children with their letters. Santa also made an appearance, bearing drawstring bags with "Be Best" printed on the exterior. Mrs. Trump assisted in distributing the bags before visiting with the parents of the children in attendance.

The Marine Toys for Tots program has been delivering a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters since 1947, according to the foundation's website. Local Toys for Tots Campaigns are the heart and soul of the Marine Toys for Tots Program managed by dedicated United States Marines and local volunteers.

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2. DHS tells migrants to go home after extortion attempt - Washington Examiner

The Department of Homeland Security has no intention of paying $50,000 to each of the 6,000 migrants who traveled in caravans from Central America to Tijuana, a spokeswoman said Wednesday afternoon.

"Secretary [Kirstjen] Nielsen has made clear that being a member of a caravan does not give them special rights for entry into this country and now it looks like some of these migrants understand that the Trump administration's commitment to enforcing the rule of law, and their own likely lack of a legitimate claim of asylum, means they should return home," DHS spokeswoman Katie Waldman said in a statement.

A group of the Guatemalan and Honduran migrants who have been temporarily living in Tijuana since arriving there in mid-November marched about two hours to the U.S. Consulate on Tuesday with a tall order for the Trump administration. They submitted a petition for the U.S. government that stated everyone in the caravan should be admitted into the country or be paid $50,000 each to return to their home countries. The petitioners gave the U.S. 72 hours to respond.

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3. Trump administration files Supreme Court appeal after Ninth Circuit ruling halting new asylum policy - FoxNews

The Trump administration on Tuesday formally asked the Supreme Court in an emergency appeal to block a nationwide ban on the administration's new asylum policy that was unilaterally instituted by a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals judge last month. The Trump administration said in court papers filed Tuesday that the nationwide order preventing the policy from taking effect "is deeply flawed" and should be lifted pending an appeal that could reach the high court.

Trump's proclamation was among measures that "are designed to channel asylum seekers to ports of entry, where their claims can be processed in an orderly manner; deter unlawful and dangerous border crossings; and reduce the backlog of meritless asylum claims," Solicitor General Noel Francisco wrote in his Supreme Court filing.

The administration also argued it was involved in "sensitive" negotiations with Mexico concerning border security, and that the courts should stay out of Executive Branch foreign policy negotiations on separation-of-powers grounds.

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4. What's 'Immoral' About Caring for America's Poor First? - Real Clear Politics

Congressional Democrats are butting heads with President Donald Trump over his demand for $5 billion to continue building a wall along the southern border. Rep. Nancy Pelosi vows not one dollar will go for a wall. She calls the idea of a wall "immoral."

Not building the wall is what's truly immoral. Allowing destitute, uneducated people with limited job prospects to flood across the southern border into the United States forces taxpayers here to toil longer and pay more in taxes to feed and house them, accommodate their children in public schools and pay for their medical care. For the same reason, Trump is also proposing that only immigrants who can support themselves without government handouts be granted green cards and permanent status.

Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman warned two decades ago that America could have open borders or a generous welfare system -- but not both. Open borders benefit a growing economy by providing a source of labor. But that works only so long as immigrants are barred from government benefits.

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5. Trump to sign executive order promoting 'opportunity zones' in distressed towns - Washington Times

President Trump is signing an executive order Wednesday to create a new White House council for promoting private investment in "opportunity zones" in more than 8,000 distressed communities across the United States. The council, to be chaired by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, will help streamline applications for communities to qualify for the investments, White House officials said. "It allows more Americans to share in the economic success of this country," said Jeron Smith, assistant to the president for legislative affairs.

The 2017 tax reform law included provisions for opportunity zones by allowing for capital-gains tax cuts for investors who provide funds to revitalize depressed communities. Mr. Smith said 35 million people live in the 8,000 cities and towns identified so far, and the poverty rate is nearly double the national average in those communities. The White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council will coordinate 13 federal Cabinet agencies to focus existing federal programs on the new zones and streamline applications.

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6. Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen gets 3 years in prison - One News Now

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's once-devoted lawyer and all-around fixer, was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for allowing what he said was his "blind loyalty" to Trump to lead him astray.

Standing alone at the defense table, Cohen, 52, shook his head slightly and closed his eyes as the judge pronounced the sentence for crimes that included lying about his boss' business dealings in Russia and funneling hush money to two women who said they had sex with Trump - payments that both Cohen and federal prosecutors said were made at the president's direction.

Cohen pleaded guilty in August to evading $1.4 million in taxes related to his personal businesses. In the part of the case with greater political repercussions, he also admitted breaking campaign finance laws in arranging payments in the waning days of the 2016 election. Beyond the guilty pleas, it is unclear exactly what Cohen has told prosecutors, and it remains to be seen how much damage Cohen's cooperation will do to Trump.

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7. Incoming NY attorney general vows to go after 'anyone' linked to Trump - Washington Examiner

New York's incoming attorney general vowed to investigate "anyone" in President Trump's orbit, including the president and his family, when she officially takes the reins next month. "We will use every area of the law to investigate President Trump and his business transactions and that of his family as well," Letitia James, a Democrat, told NBC News. "We want to investigate anyone in his orbit who has, in fact, violated the law."

James said those investigations could include any illegalities involving Trump's real estate holdings in the state, the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian official, any government subsidies Trump has received, whether he's in violation of the emoluments clause in the Constitution, and continuing an investigation into the Trump Foundation.

The attorney general-elect said she also wants to have the ability to bring state charges against anyone who is pardoned on federal charges or convictions for crimes committed in New York. A president cannot pardon people who are charged with or are convicted of state-level crimes.

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8. Trump warns against impeachment: 'The people would revolt' - Washington Times

President Trump warned against efforts to impeach him Tuesday, raising the specter of a popular uprising against a Congress that did that.

Mr. Trump issued his caution in an Oval Office interview with Reuters news agency, saying he wasn't worried that Democrats, more of whom are publicly demanding he be removed from office, will be in control of the House next month. "I'm not concerned, no," he added. "I think that the people would revolt if that happened."

He also dismissed the possibility on the merits and noted the good economic numbers. "It's hard to impeach somebody who hasn't done anything wrong and who's created the greatest economy in the history of our country," he told the British wire service. While a few Democrats have been demanding Mr. Trump's impeachment since before he even took office, their party members and even a few leaders have more been more overt in recent days in response to developments in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election.

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9. Operation Z machine: China's next big weapon in the nuclear 'arms race' could create clean fuel - or deadly bombs - South China Morning Post

Z machines have been used in the development of nuclear weapons, from conventional warheads to the pure fusion bomb - a hydrogen bomb that can in theory be made in any size, cost a fraction of today's nuclear stockpile and burn "cleanly" without producing radioactive fallout. And for decades, the Z machine at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has led the way in the field.

But now Chinese researchers are trying to build a machine that will produce much more electricity to create much more extreme environments for testing weapons, allowing scientists to delve deeper into the nuclear unknown. It is designed to produce about 60 million joules of energy in an instant - roughly 22 times the 2.7 million joules generated at the Sandia facility.

Liu Bo, associate professor with the Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, Sichuan University in Chengdu, said the Z machine in China could be powerful enough "to start fusion". When two atoms come under enough pressure, their nuclei will merge and release a large amount of energy in a process known as fusion. It is fusion that fuels the sun. Liu said that when not used to research weapons of mass destruction, the facility could help develop the technology to harness clean energy of almost unlimited quantities.

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10. Trump says would intervene in arrest of Chinese executive - Reuters

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would intervene with the U.S. Justice Department in the case against a Chinese telecommunications executive if it would help secure a trade deal with Beijing. "If I think it's good for the country, if I think it's good for what will be certainly the largest trade deal ever made - which is a very important thing - what's good for national security - I would certainly intervene if I thought it was necessary," Trump said in a wide-ranging interview with Reuters in the Oval Office.

Trump expressed optimism that he could strike a trade deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping as the two countries struggle to resolve a dispute that has contributed to recent U.S. stock market declines and raised questions about whether economic turmoil could beset the president in the new year.

At the request of U.S. authorities, Huawei Technologies Co. executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested earlier this month in Vancouver on charges of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran. The arrest came the same day Trump and Xi declared a 90-day truce in their trade war during summit talks in Buenos Aires.

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The Daily Jot

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

If you are looking for offense you'll find it

In giving advice or counseling about personal relations, I often answer accusatory questions with a simple phrase, "If you are looking for offense, you'll find it." There are any number of issues that you can drum up in your mind and justify about anyone or anything if you look hard enough. That's where we are in today's society. Everywhere you turn, people are offended. You can't say something about liking tomatoes without someone saying that it is racist. The most innocent of comments are interpreted as something of ill intent. Such is the case with a simple song that has become associated with the holiday season. Most view it as a fun duet, others want it banned because they say it advocates date rape.

According to Wikipedia, ""Baby, it's Cold Outside" is an Academy Award-winning popular song written by Frank Loesser in 1944, which gained wide recognition in 1949 when it was performed in the film Neptune's Daughter. Loesser wrote "Baby, It's Cold Outside" to sing with his wife, Lynn Garland, at their housewarming party in New York City at the Navarro Hotel. They sang the song to indicate to guests that it was time to leave." The female singer says she should be leaving and the male part says "But, baby it's cold outside." He tries to get her to stay. The woman keeps saying "no" to the man's urgings to stay. At one point, the woman wonders, "What's in this drink?" It's been considered an innocent, and fun holiday classic.

That is, until left wing thought police and ultra-feminists decided that the song was an anthem for date rape and violence against women. Actor/singer Dean Martin made the song part of his Christmas performances and his daughter Deana Martin has carried on the tradition. Martin defended the lyric about the drink on Fox News Monday, saying, "When she says, 'Hey, what's in this drink?' I don't think she's talking about some pill being put in that drink. It's like, 'Is this punch? You know, what's in this drink? Is it vodka? It was nice. It's just breaking my heart that people would turn that around." Feminists have verbally attacked Martin for singing the song, and she calls her attackers "crazy." Even a radio station in San Francisco banned the song, but had to reinstate it because of the public backlash.

There is a terrible trend in society these days of accusing people of awful things when they never even thought of them. The accusers are the ones who think and do the things they accuse. These accusers are judging from the content of their own hearts. The scribes accused Jesus of blasphemy for forgiving the sins and healing a man with palsy. In Matthew 9:4, Jesus rebuked the scribes, asking, "Why do you think evil in your hearts?" Unfortunately, there are enough vile people in the world to turn the most innocent of things into something offensive. They are coming from perverse minds and looking for offense. Like the scribes, they put an evil focus on the good things. Next thing you know, these offended people will be wanting to ban public prayer, school Christmas plays, and Nativity scenes in the town square. Wait a minute . . . they have.

Have a powerful day!

Bill Wilson

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Prayers for the Persecuted Church

"Remember the prisoners, as though in prison with them, and those who are ill-treated, since you yourselves also are in the body." (Hebrews 13:3)

Please visit the website for International Christian Concern to lift up prayers for the persecuted around the world, every day. Their link is: -- or go here to connect. Thank you for interceding for our brothers and sisters who are suffering in Asia, the Islamic World, and the Far East.

Classic Hymns


"May he send you help from the sanctuary,
and give you support from Zion."
(Psalm 20:2)


O God, our help in ages past,
Our hope for years to come,
Our shelter from the stormy blast,
And our eternal home.

Under the shadow of Thy throne
Thy saints have dwelt secure;
Sufficient is Thine arm alone,
And our defence is sure.

Before the hills in order stood,
Or earth received her frame,
From everlasting Thou art God,
To endless years the same.

A thousand ages in Thy sight
Are like an evening gone;
Short as the watch that ends the night
Before the rising sun.

Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
Bears all its sons away;
They fly forgotten, as a dream
Dies at the opening day.

6 O God, our help in ages past,
Our hope for years to come,
Be Thou our guard while life shall last,
And our eternal home.


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Words: Isaac Watts, 1719

Melody: William Croft

Signs and Wonders
Earthquake in Georgia
NEW DETAILS: Why Atlanta felt an earthquake that struck in Tennessee
The magnitude 4.4 earthquake that shook many metro Atlantans awake on Wednesday morning felt more powerful than a quake of the same strength would have on the west coast.

"Eastern United States earthquakes travel farther. It's because we have really strong rock beneath us," explained Andrew Newman, a professor at Georgia Tech's School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. "A magnitude 3 here radiates a lot farther, and shakes like a magnitude 4 in California."

The temblor emanated from east Tennessee, where it was the strongest on record, at about 4:15 a.m. While it took many by surprise (and, naturally, began trending on social media), the event wasn't out of the ordinary, Newman said.

"These little events are kind of nice, kind of a wake up call," he said. "We don't necessarily live in an 'earthquake zone,' but our earthquake risk is not zero." ( Read more.

"I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke." (Acts 2:19)

The Good News Corner

Watch The Stunning Moment Nashville Airport Comes to a Standstill as Passengers Sing Star Spangled Banner to Honor Children of Fallen Servicemen

[] "Most every person standing around, myself included was bawling at the sight of these kids and spouses who have paid so great a price for our country. To see all of this at Christmas time was so humbling. Seeing the general public in an airport stand still to honor these kids was simply beautiful.

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Because Jesus Christ has shed His blood for all, we, too, pray for ALL, in a nonpartisan manner. Also, because the scriptures indicate that "the effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much" (James 4:17), we are confident that fervent prayer, offered in the halls of the highest chambers of government in our land, can avail much for America. Capitol Hill Prayer Partners welcomes those who feel called to join us, engaging in this strategic work of intercession for our nation: "For there is no power but of God; the powers that be are ordained of God." [Romans 13:1]


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Operation Restoration

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Operation Restoration

Once each week, on Sunday mornings and for 24 hours, join with others in OPERATION RESTORATION . . .

"Operation Restoration"

This initiative is based upon the Move of the Spirit that was launched last month during Operation Refiner's Fire. The LORD has shown us that He has used those fires to ignite the FIRE of the HOLY SPIRIT to visit our people, which He now yearns to keep burning among our people until the day of His return!

"Operation Restoration" is based on the promise of Scripture, recorded in
2 Chronicles 7:14,15.

It is written:

. . . "and if My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

"Now My eyes will be open and My ears attentive to the prayer offered in this place."

This is a weekly Solemn Assembly, where saints can feel free to gather each Sunday, to offer prayers of repentance before our Lord, for the many sins our nation has committed before Him.

Abba so desires to hear our prayers . . . He is just waiting to heal us!

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