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The National and International Day of Repentance and Solemn Assemblies Regarding Abortion on December 1, 2021

https://www.nationaldayofrepentance.org

We believe America is at a crossroads and that our time is short. God hates the shedding of innocent blood and the Mississippi abortion case presents us the best opportunity since 1992, to see the reversal of Roe v. Wade. But we need to pray desperately.

The Supreme Court has announced the day of Oral Argument in the Mississippi Ban on Late Term Abortion Case (Dobbs) for Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

Will you partner with us in helping to organize and call for a National Day of Repentance and Solemn Assemblies where we humble ourselves, pray, seek His face and turn from our wicked ways on the day of Oral Argument for this case?

We must have physical assemblies, perhaps in front of the Supreme Court, on the National Mall, in front of abortion clinics, and in churches across the nation. As well, we will be having a national 24-hour zoom call on the day of Oral Argument. We also believe we should be praying the day before, the day of, and the day after Oral Argument. Organizing this call will help generate millions of Americans and others to pray for the Supreme Court all the way through June 2022, when the decision will probably be announced.

America has committed the 4 great sins that can bring national destruction:

1. We have forsaken God (1962 Supreme Court Prayer case)

2. Shedding innocent blood (1973 Roe and Doe )

3. Sexual immorality on a vast scale (repeatedly)

4. The love of money and greed

We must repent of all these things.

There must be actual concrete ways to demonstrate turning from our sin on that day. Our suggestions would include praying in front of abortion clinics, signing The Moral Outcry Petition, helping the poor, the homeless, donating to pregnancy resource centers – either with time or donations, committing to pray more, and committing to be more publicly vocal that abortion is a crime against humanity and offering help to those considering abortion, etc. We value your suggestions also.

We encourage everyone, everywhere in America to pray as the Holy Spirit leads in accordance with your understanding of prayer and your sphere of influence. We need each denomination in America that still believes the Bible and that God hates the shedding innocent blood to stand up and cry out to the Lord.

We need to reach the fourth step of II Chronicles 7:13-14. We have prayed, we have humbled ourselves somewhat, but we have not yet turned from our wicked ways. We need to continue to confess that and see that this is the only remedy. The alternative is national or existential destruction, but if we turn, God will heal our land. Could you please share this short video call for a National Day of Repentance on the Day of Oral Argument in the case that could reverse Roe, December 1, 2021? Over 40 ministries are joining in this call. Will you join us? I believe this could be the last opportunity for the Nation and the Body of Christ to repent and TURN from the wicked ways of abortion.

God bless you

Lilian Schmid

Prayer Strategist and Coordinator 

lilianschmid@prayerstrategy.org

Prayer Strategy for the Spheres of Influence – Prayers and Forums for the Spheres of Influence in our Families, in the Church and in the Marketplace

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God is good is the good news

The Gospel is about how good God is, not how bad we are!!!

Jacob upon waking from a beautiful revelation of the LORD (Yehovah) himself talking to and confirming promises made to Abraham and Isaac, that now promise to him also, Jacob says, “Surely the Lord is in this place, and I did not know it. (Gen 18:16)”

I am amazed and encouraged by this observation. Amazed at how wonderful God is and encouraged because he revealed to Jacob that in fact, he was in that place. I don’t know why the grandson of Abraham and son of Isaac does not know Yehovah was in that place, but I do see God making himself personally real to Jacob.

I wonder, is this experience like the one Peter had when Jesus told him, “Flesh and blood did not reveal that to you but my Father who is in heaven, (Mt 16:17)” after Peter proclaimed that Jesus was “the Messiah, the Son of the Living God? (Mt 16:16)”

 I believe that God is building his Church “upon the rock” of God revealing himself to us. I also wonder if this interaction with Jacob was an “upon the rock” building moment?

Update on Darlene

Father is blessing and healing Darlene as he loves her and responds to your loving prayers for her. Her wound is healing, and she is getting stronger as does a little more physical exercise each day.

We know God can heal her completely right now and if he heals her over time his grace is always sufficient!!

We hope to be in Springfield together for Christmas!!!

Darlene

Darlene Update, Nov 6th

Darlene’s health continues to improve, she may come out of ICU in the next day or two. She is also receiving Physical Therepy and sat on the side of the bed yesterday and today.

Thank you again for loving and praying for us.

Darlene and Michael

The Gospel (Good News) is more about how much God’s loves us and less about how bad we are.

Darlene

Darlene Update Nov 4th

Thank you again for praying and contending for Darlene, Father is moving.

She is feeling better today but not well enough to come out of the ICU (Intensive Care Unit). We hope she will in the next few days.

She is receiving antibiotics to kill the following bacteria: streptococcus, E.coli and proteus.

They have put a wound vac on her ulcer to promote healing, help close the wound and remove any bacteria.

The Doctors and Nurses are wonderful and are optimistic about her recovery.

Thank you again for loving us.

Darlene, Obituary

Darlene Update, Nov 1st



Also, a note posted on Dad’s Obituary Webpage, https://www.gormanscharpf.com/guestbook/col-billy-lord

Chaplain Lord was such an inspiration to me, and an amazing example of what we should all aspire to be. I first met Bill at a 1st Cavalry reunion in Colorado Springs. That day he met with Ellis for the first time since Vietnam. Neither man was sure that the other made it home. Chaplain Lord had last seen him as he held his head together with both hands while loading him on a medivac chopper. Getting to see these wonderful men see each other for the first time and wordlessly embrace flooded the room with thankful tears. I knew that I was in the presence of the Lord. And the other one too! I am so thankful that I got to know Bill and Bettye. My sincere condolences to the family and friends. We all have lost a dear friend, but I am happy that he is rejoicing in Paradise. He has earned it. Well done, Chaplain Lord, and welcome Home.