Monday, November 3, 2008


The recent sermon series where I meet with the Church is “His will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” I cannot begin to portray in a blog what the Holy Spirit is stirring up over this series. I just hope to give you a taste. If you want the complete sermons, let me know.

Did you know that on New Years Eve, 1999, the country of Uganda dedicated their country to God, to Jesus Christ, for the next 1,000 years? Women with AIDS have been cured, no drugs or medical wonders, CURED! In that war torn part of the world, all violence has left the area!

I wonder what it would be like to live in country that believed that God was its primary leader. Yes, that all decisions and laws and battle plans were run by God’s word first! (I do not identify with any party)

The Inuit (Eskimo) in Northern Canada turned their community over to the Lord Jesus Christ. They have scripture on legal documents and humble prayer before government meetings. They banned Satan from their lands, in Jesus name! Alcoholism and teen suicide have almost vanished and fish and game have returned to their area.

I don’t know who would make a better president. Seems to me both have brilliant ideas and downfalls! I put my vote in with my hand, but I put the election in God’s hands!

Many of us Christians are fasting and praying for our country this week. It crosses denominational lines and is infusing every medium. This brings me hope! No matter who gets to sit in the oval office, Christians everywhere are unifying!

“Praise the LORD from the earth, you great sea creatures and all ocean depths,"

After much prayer and petition, vote your vote tomorrow, but more than that lets thank the Lord Jesus Christ He is showing the world about Christian love and unity here in the United States!


Anonymous said...

"No matter who gets to sit in the oval office, Christians everywhere are unifying"

Amen, sister.

I lift up all prayers to God that the election turn out the one best suited for the country.

God bless!

Soaking up the Son said...

I love it. God bless you too, lynnrush! He works out all things for good for those who love the Lord! Good to hear from you! Talk to you soon, sister. BTW, I went to CCV a few times, I loved it! Too far North for me, but it was great to see you and your man attend there! I love their Christmas'!