Worship leader Sean Feucht has been holding outdoor worship service across America over the past several months. And the final service on his Let Us Worship tour will take place on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020 at the National Mall in Washington, DC.
The prayer service will actually start on Saturday, culminating with a worship service the next day.
Feucht expressed his amazement that this service will be occurring the day before the Senate is scheduled to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Much of the resistance to Barrett’s nomination has centered around her faith. Barrett is a Charismatic Catholic.
The National Park Service (NPS) has given Sean Feucht permission to hold the service at the mall that could see 15,000 people gathering to worship and pray for America. According to reports over 7,000 people have already registered to attend the service.
And certainly 15,000 is not out of the question, because an estimated 12,000 people attended Feucht’s worship service held in front California’s state capitol in Sacramento in September.
As well, an estimated 75,000 people attended the Washington Prayer March in September held at the Lincoln Memorial. Vice President Mike Pence attended that rally.
When giving permission, NPS curiously listed it as a “religious freedom, prayer and worship” event. NPS is encouraging those attending the event to wear masks and practice social distancing but will not be enforcing these rules.
These type of events can significantly impact the spiritual and political climate of a nation.
Along these lines, Feucht believes that the confirmation of Barrett on October 26th may mark a shift in the spiritual climate in the US, as he compared her nomination to Esther, whose rise to power as the Queen of the Persian King, derailed a satanic attack on the people of God in that nation.
And he may have a point.
In his description of spiritual warfare, the Apostle Paul explains how we can pull down satanic strongholds that are trying to control nations. He writes:
For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war according to the flesh, 4 for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh, but divinely powerful for the destruction of fortresses. 5 We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. (2 Corinthians 10:4-5 NASV)
These spiritual weapons that the Apostle was alluding to include prayer, fasting and worship.
In Esther’s situation, she was confronting a plan orchestrated by a senior bureaucrat, Haman, inside the government of Persia for a mass genocide of the Jews on the 13th of Adar.
However, though this was a real physical threat, Esther chose to fight this battle with spiritual weapons.
She called for three days of fasting and prayer before she approached the king, an event that would ultimately expose and derail this satanic attack:
16 “Go, assemble all the Jews who are found in Susa, and fast for me; do not eat or drink for three days, night or day. I and my maidens also will fast in the same way. And thus I will go in to the king, which is not according to the law; and if I perish, I perish.” (Esther 4:16 NASV)
I believe this time of fasting brought down the demonic stronghold that was behind Haman’s plan to slaughter the Jews.
Similar to what will be happening in Washington, DC, Esther called for all the Jews living in Susa, Persia’s capital city, to pray and fast.
If you want to shift the spiritual and even political climate of America, though you may not be able to attend the prayer/worship event in Washington, DC, join thousands of others and set aside time to pray for the US on Oct. 24 and 25, 2020.
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