Pastor Alan DiDio interviews Lou Engle (@Lou Engle) a true prayer warrior and someone who has devoted years to learning more about fasting and dreams, and how the two can inter-twine. Brother Engle is working hard right now against abortion. With more than 60 million abortions already, this isn’t something God will just let slip by. His judgement is coming! This is what is BURNING in Brother Engle’s heart and he would like you to join him in fasting for a pro-life president. His ministry did it many years ago and it definitely had a lasting impact. And it is time again to get into fasting and praying.
A week before this live stream, Pastor Alan interviewed Jeremiah Johnson (see my post The Case For Trump). In this video, Johnson talked about how the next biggest fight will be against abortion. It is time to stand up for Life, and follow the Call of God! Share this video if you are ready to uncover the lies and deception of abortion and “pro-choice”.
Victor Davis Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Residence in Classics and Military History at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, a professor of Classics Emeritus at California State University, Fresno, and a nationally syndicated columnist for Tribune Media Services.
He is also the Wayne & Marcia Buske Distinguished Fellow in History, Hillsdale College, where he teaches each fall semester courses in military history and classical culture.
Hanson was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2007, and the Bradley Prize in 2008, as well as the Edmund Burke Award (2018), William F. Buckley Prize (2015), the Claremont Institute’s Statesmanship Award (2006), and the Eric Breindel Award for opinion journalism (2002).
Hopefully, the above profile on Hanson will at least get you to take a look at this video where he makes the case for Trump getting another term.
Prophecy reveals future events in these last days. In this video, Prophet @Jeremiah Johnson Ministries details his shocking dream about President Trump and the future of America. What should Christians be doing in this prophetic season, how should we pray, and will Trump win in the November 2020 election? This interview will provide a very clear and accurate vision of where the United States of America is heading. Pastor Alan DiDio specifically asks Brother Johnson about the 3 biggest principalities opposing the President and the Nation: racism, radical feminism, and abortion (Molech) and what the Church can do to stop them.
The 2020 Republican National Convention was planned around the theme “Land of Opportunity,” but it was faith in God, religious freedom and the pro-life movement that stole the spotlight.
When we the people elected Donald Trump. The people of faith suddenly had a fierce advocate in the White House,” Cissie Graham Lynch added. “He appointed judges who respect the First Amendment. He supported religious beliefs in court. He ensured that religious ministries would not be forced to violate their beliefs. He reversed the policies that placed our little girls at risk,” she continued. “And on the world stage, President Trump became the first president to talk about the importance of religious freedom at the United Nations, giving hope to people around the world,” Lynch said. “In America, we have not experienced physical persecution even though the left has tried to silence us.”
The convention also highlighted the need for the protection of the unborn. Pro-life advocate Abby Johnson told her personal story about how she worked in a Planned Parenthood clinic, rising to the job of abortion clinic director. Her story is told in a book and a movie titled “Unplanned.”
“Our family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime.”
Those were the words of Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), who spoke during the opening night of the 2020 Republican National Convention.
The senator was referring to his grandfather, who would have turned 99 years old Tuesday. Growing up, Scott said, his granddad “had to cross the street if a white person was coming,” adding, “He suffered the indignity of being forced out of school as a third-grader to pick cotton and he never learned to read or write.”
Yet,” Scott continued, “he lived long enough to see his grandson become the first African-American to be elected to both the United States House and the United States Senate in the history of this country. Our family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime, and that’s why I believe the next American century can be better than the last.”
In a time of such racial unrest in the U.S., Scott’s words were a strong reminder of how far the country has progressed.
He also called on listeners to find the good news, rather than dwelling on the negatives so often put on display by the national news media.
“We live in a world that only wants you to believe in the bad news, racially, economically, and culturally,” Scott said. “The truth is, our nation’s arch always bends back toward fairness. We’re not fully where we want to be, but I thank God Almighty we are not where we used to be. We are always striving to be better. When we stumble — and we will — we pick ourselves back up, and try again.” “We don’t give in to cancel culture or the radical and factually baseless belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or the 1960s,” he continued. “We have work to do, but I believe in the goodness of America, the promise that all men and all women are created equal, and if you’re watching tonight, I’m betting you do, too.”