Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Sacred Assembly

Sacred assemblies were times to renew the covenant relationship with the Lord and return to Him in faithful love and obedience. They were times for God’s people to confess and repent of their sins. They were times for worship and sacrifice, feasting and fasting. Even with these regular opportunities to renew fellowship with God, His […]

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Prayer Targets: Nancy Leigh DeMoss; Call2Fall Sunday

All the people gathered themselves together as one man… lifting up their hands…they bowed their heads, and worshipped the LORD with their faces to the ground….the people wept, when they heard the words of [God’s] law…[but] the Levites [said Hold your peace, for the day is holy; neither be ye grieved. And all the people […]

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A Sacred Assembly

Dear Praying Friends, From now thru June 30th, you will find here quotes from great men and women of God – contemporary and historic. The themes of these quotes are all pertinent to Call2Fall. I hope that you will find them gripping and useful. God Bless, Pierre Bynum FRC Chaplain & National Prayer Director A […]

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Prayer Targets: Solemn Assembly, Marriage Decision, Defense Authorization Act, IRS

Dear Praying Friends, Bishop P. Douglas Small is President of Alive Ministries. As International Prayer Ministry Coordinator for the Church of God denomination, Doug travels the US and abroad speaking in churches, conferences and prayer events. His numerous books help churches to become “houses of prayer” (Mt 21:13). Doug helped his denomination to become a […]

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The Documents behind the Constitution (Part V)

The U.S. Constitution was the product of a constitution-making tradition that reached back to the charters of the original colonies as well as to the states, and from there, the tradition found roots in the biblical covenant itself. In Jamestown, the first representative government met in their church building, and opened with prayer. The guiding […]

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Prayer Targets: “Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer” Made America; Scandal; The Urgent Call2Fall

And thou shalt remember all the way which the LORD thy God led the… in the wilderness, to humble thee, and to prove thee, to know what was in thine heart, whether thou wouldest keep his commandments, or no. Deuteronomy 8:2 If my people will humble themselves and pray… 2 Chronicles 7:14 Dear Praying Friends, […]

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The Other Man behind the U. S. Constitution (Part IV)

Charles baron de Montesquieu was an advocate of the separation of powers in government and one of the world’s foremost political thinkers. Of all the sources that the Founders could have cited, he is next to the Bible, quoted 8.3 percent of the time (1 of 12 quotes, came from him). He was not a […]

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The Basis of English Law and the U. S. Constitution (Part III)

William Blackstone’s commentaries consolidated English common law into a unified and rational system and represented the first comprehensive integration of a system of justice. The multi-year project sold more copies in the colonies than England and had profound impact on the formation of the U. S. Government. Blackstone spoke of the “Supreme being [who] formed […]

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The Documents behind the U. S. Constitution (Part II)

“No free government now exists in the world, unless where Christianity is acknowledged, and is the religion of the country.”[1] Dr. Donald S. Lutz[2] is a professor of political philosophy at the University of Houston. He and his research associate, Dr. Charles Hyneman, conducted a groundbreaking 10-year study published in The American Political Science Review. […]

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The Documents behind the U. S. Constitution (Part I)

A ten-year investigation commissioned by the Supreme Court at the end of the 19th century involved a review some 500 of our founding documents[1] reaching back to the days of Columbus. The study was designed to discover the prevailing philosophy that informed the American Revolution. The court concluded, “… the case assumes that we are […]

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