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It's Praying Time

On December 14, 2012 a massive shooting took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, that resulted in the deaths of 28 people, twenty of which were children. Since then, America has endured the shame of countless senseless public shootings, from the racially motivated horror that struck a little church in Charleston, SC to the most recent death of Freddie Gray by police brutality in Baltimore. Lately, there has been a string of killings and massive shooting sprees across this nation. It seems before we can change channels with the remote, the news of another massive shooting has occured. "Our plane is spinning wildly out of control, about to come spiraling down to an inevitable crash." This is what I saw in the dream in 2003. This is also what the Lord revealed to me through His word on Thanksgiving day, when He instructed me to read Lamentations, chapters two and three. This is why I, like Jeremiah wept so bitterly. It has begun. Lamentations clearly speaks of judgment.

A few days ago a man went on a shooting spree at an abortion clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado that claimed the lives of three people. Today a shooting spree took place during a Christmas celebration in San Bernadino, California, leaving 14 dead and 17 wounded so far. Thus saith the Lord, "Be not dismayed. This is the beginning of sorrows." God's judgment on America has begun because we have failed to repent and turn from our sins. God is judging America, just as He judged His beloved Jerusalem. I encourage you and your family tonight to read Matthews 24 and pray. God will hear the prayers of the righteous and those of the repentant. "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven , and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." (2 Chronicles 7:14)

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