As you are listening to/reading today’s post, I’ll be in Virginia Beach, attending a memorial service for Pat Robertson, who founded The 700 Club, CBN, Regent University, and more. It is my privilege to honor the memory and legacy of this great man. He has left a phenomenal and indelible mark on the world that will endure into eternity.
FlashPoint: Don’t Bow To Fear! w/ Riley Gaines, Tonight on FlashPoint, I’ll be joined by a deep and dynamic panel including Hank Kunneman, Abby Johnson, Lance Wallnau, Russell Johnson and Jim Tomlin. And looking ahead to Thursday, we’ve confirmed Rick Green and Mark Meckler for the program. We’ll discuss the latest headlines and so much more.
It is difficult to introduce a post like today’s. Honoring true heroes with words alone isn’t possible; though heartfelt, they simply aren’t adequate. I encourage you on this Memorial Day, DO something to honor the memory of a hero: give a gift to his/her family (flowers, a gift card, pay for a night out, anything); write a letter or make a call; or visit a grave, as the writer of today’s post did.
For the past three days, I have been sharing with you about the power of prayer, and learning about paga, the Hebrew word for intercession. Today, I’m going to share four stories with you about answered prayer. First John 5:14-15 tells us: “This is the confidence which we have before Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests which we have asked from Him.” Let these stories boost your faith and confidence.
Tonight I have the privilege of sharing the entirety of my sit-down interview with Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States. In this candid conversation, he shared some of his personal story with us, we discussed current headlines and politics, and talked about his new book, Letters to Trump. The book offers a fascinating glimpse into personal letters he’s received from actors, politicians and world leaders over the years.
A couple of weeks after I was introduced to the Appeal to Heaven flag, Holy Spirit gave a profound dream to my friend, Rick Curry. The dream seemed to encapsulate the synergy of the ages; putting ourselves into the storyline; the fact that God was involved in the birth of America; and the significance of the Appeal to Heaven flag.
On Thursday’s broadcast, former New Hampshire Congressional Candidate Karoline Leavitt joined us to share how young voters are voting today—and what it means for conservatives. Political strategist Luke Ball and John Graves also filled our panel to discuss why these young men and women are yearning for the peace and prosperity of the Trump years.
It is now clear to those with any level of prophetic discernment in the church that there is no hope for America’s survival apart from supernatural intervention. It will take a genuine revival, one that produces a sweeping return to God, to reverse America’s insanity, restore reason and allow God to restore us.