Can Prayer Really Change America’s Future? Yes!
On November 7, 2016, millions of American Christians joined for a day of fasting and prayer. And on that day, we basically kicked some major devil butt. The following day, November 8, 2016, Election Day, represents a day considered by 81% of U.S. Christians—Protestant and Catholic—as a miracle from God. It is as if God thundered from heaven and shook Capitol Hill: “I have heard a great outcry against the evil, socialist, power-hungry, greedy, murderous hildebeast, who will take this land of freedom and make it into her own image. I have heard the prayers of my people and I shall never allow such great evil to destroy your nation.” The OT contains many instances of God routing enemies before they could attack. On November 8, 2016, we witnessed one in real-time.
Then came November 3, 2020. For four years, the minions of Satan plotted, connived and devised scrupulous and underhanded ways to steal the 2020 Presidential election. By 10:00 p.m. on November 3, President Trump had a sure victory. But five large cities in five counties in five states mysteriously stopped counting votes at 10:00 p.m. Five large cities all controlled by Democrats. And the party of Satan did the unthinkable, they stole the 2020 Presidential Election. They subverted the will of the American people. But God truly works in mysterious ways. With Joseph we say:
As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive, as they are today. Genesis 50:20
Because of the multiple disasters brought about by the stolen election’s installed puppet, literally millions of eyes are being opened. People are awakening to the nefarious and evil intentions of globalists and Democrats who do their bidding. The formation of a remarkable coalition, that would otherwise have been impossible, is now a reality.
Though surrounded by God’s grace, the war still rages. And this war will be fought like the one in November 2016—in closets, on knees, around tables, in churches, heads bowed, lying prostrate, and with hearts lifted up to God.