NEW CASTLE —
Editor, The News:
We want to stop the violence in our nation? We need a prayer revolution.
We want to stop abortions? We need a prayer revolution 24/7, 365.
We want to see an illegal/immoral man as president in the White House impeached? We need a prayer revolution.
We want changes in Congress? We need a prayer revolution 24/7, 365.
We want Hollywood to stop the violent movies and pouring homosexuality and obscene TV shows and movies into our homes? We need a prayer revolution 24/7, 365.
Prayer based on 2 Chronicles 7 is our greatest weapon in God's arsenal for the believer, and we need to turn to the Father above and pray as instructed as a nation of believers.
America is not the Promised Land nor her people called as the Father’s, but our nation was built upon His principles and many of our forefathers believed in the Almighty.
Gun control is not the answer, but stopping the murder of innocent unborn children is. It is the highest form of abuse against women and children known to man and yet in the United States, we murdered close to 56 million innocent human beings since the early 1970s, and we cry about those who died in Connecticut.
Yes, it is a shame and was a violent act by one man but daily they say more than 3,300 innocent unborn human beings are murdered by doctors and not one word spoken by the news media.
Want to change America and New Castle? We need a prayer revolution 24/7, 365 based upon the Father’s word, 2 Chronicles 7. There are consequences if we do not.
Why? Read all of Chapter 7. Stop abortions; we then stop the violence and abuse against women and children.
NEW CASTLE —
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