I pray you and yours have a blessed Indepence day and spend time pray for America, the church, and the nations.
I’m still praying for great justice to come to the wicked behind stealing the 2020 election as well as for every evil agenda they have and are pushing on us and the nations. Justice for President Trump and for the Lord to drive ALL bad counsel from around him, etc.
I am confident the Lord will cause them to be ashamed and caught in every pit they’ve intended for us as MANY are praying and interceding for America and the nations, Israel, etc. and the words of Psalm 37 will be seen before our eyes.
Thankful to be born in the U.S.A. My mother became a U.S. citizen almost 50 years ago and loves America too. It’s a blessed and good thing to love one’s country and to fight for its strength, pray for its blessing, expose and oppose evil within its borders.
I will continue to cry out for God’s mercy on this land and for His “ministers of wrath” in the earth to bring the appropriate punishment for the evil and corruption that currently fill this land.
And no, this is not a patriotic song, but as person who is passionate about prayer and intercession – “Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven” – and who sees that God’s people are called to be warriors who POSSESS the promises of God, who must ENFORCE what Jesus already did for us through His finished work, it inspires greatly me, and is one of my spiritual warfare anthem songs – for we wage NOT against flesh and blood the Word says.
WE must pray His Word in Jesus’ name and partner with God to tear down the powers of darkness behind the evil in this world.
No prayer. No power. No praying His will be done on earth as it is in heaven, then we see the fruit or lack thereof of that – prayerlessness – in the earth.
A few of the lyrics…
“We can’t afford to be innocent
Stand up and face the enemy
It’s a do or die situation
We will be invincible.
“For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world—our faith,” (1 John 5:4).
God bless you and yours, and God bless America.