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White House Breakthrough Reveals the Power of Answered Prayer

God always answers prayer. Sometimes it takes a while, particularly in inhospitable locations. With sustained daily prayer restored to the interior of the White House in July of 2021, after nearly eight months without, a sudden breakthrough has occurred. On Monday, after a routine press conference in which questions from only the two front rows of mainstream media were allowed and press secretary Jen Psaki read from prepared notes, the press room suddenly exploded.

"We cannot do this anymore," shouted one of the ignored journalists. "We need to stand up for this and stop it."

The normally compliant mainstream media had finally had enough, and an impromptu White House Correspondents' Association meeting took place, lasting nearly a half-hour. Loud voices silenced for nearly a year broke forth with comments such as, "I have been here nearly every day for over a year and have not been able to ask one question! I've had it."

In These Uncertain Times, Are We the Underground Church of America?

What will you do in the floodplains when you can hardly make it in the land of peace?

"If you have run with the footmen, and they have wearied you, then how can you contend with horses? And if in the land of peace in which you trusted, they wearied you, then how will you do in the thicket of the Jordan?" (Jer. 12:5).

I fear that most churches in America have not prepared their people well for the hard times we are now in as a nation and, more importantly, for what is to come. Many believers have fallen back during this current plandemic and have bowed down to the golden image of King Nebby and his evil administration, otherwise known as the swamp creatures of Washington, D.C. Weak leaders make for a weak nation and destroy the world, while a weak church fails to prepare its people to stand in such times.

Georgia Follows Suit, Introduces Bill Similar to Florida's 'Parental Rights' Legislation

Georgia state senators introduced legislation Tuesday similar to the recently passed bill in Florida banning classroom instruction on "sexual orientation or gender identity" from pre-K through third grade.

The Georgia proposal, S.B. 613, centers on keeping discussions on issues like sexual orientation and gender identity out of instructional materials for primary grades across the state.

"No private or nonpublic school or program to which this chapter applies shall promote, compel, or encourage classroom discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not appropriate for the age and developmental stage of the student," reads the legislative proposal.

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