Oak Leaf #134

United Cry: A Reconciled Church! (by Will Ford, Dallas, TX)

     This is an update regarding the powerful repentance portion of "United Cry DC 2016" at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. April 9, 2016, will go down as the day God was focusing on "healing a divided nation and uniting the Church." April 9, at different times in history, has been significantly used to address division and bring unity.

     For example, most are familiar with the fact that April 9, 1865, was the day the South surrendered to the North in the Civil War. In 1857, many felt a Supreme Court decision sealed the fate of enslaved African Americans. In Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court justices ruled by a 7-2 decision that slaves were the property of their masters—with no human rights and no representation in court. However, because of prayer and acts of obedience, hearts changed and eventually this demonic decree was broken over America. Revival was released and justice came in the form of a Civil War, which ended April 9, 1865, ultimately ending slavery in America.


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