I have been writing that the election is a character test for America’s voters. Many have called for 40 days of prayer for America. Several pastors have formed an ad hoc 40 days of prayer committee. This by itself is inspiring. There are so many calls. I urge and implore you to hear the call; add your voice and heart to this chorus of worshipful humble supplication for the 40 days from September 28 to November 6, 2012. Here is an inspiring example from John Hagee Ministries:

I will be providing regular posts on critical domestic and foreign issues in these 40 days. I encourage you to also follow the guidance from John Hagee Ministries. Just go here to sign up for daily email prayer prompts and download you’re your Prayer Proclamation Certificate like me.

I was led to the courageous and powerful work of Bishop E.W. Jackson which seems the perfect commencement for our 40 days.

Do not miss watching this video today. Breitbart’s John Nolte succinctly characterizes Bishop Jackson saying [he] “is not endorsing Mitt Romney or the Republican Party and never once mentions Barack Obama. His testimony is merely an indictment of the Democrat Party, not from a racial or partisan perspective, but from a Christian one.” As you watch, listen for Bishop Jackson declare, “It is not about party but principle, it’s not about race but righteousness and you will stand before to give an account for your choices and motives.”

Bishop Jackson did not say, “If you are black, leave the Democrat Party.” He said, “If you are a Christian, leave the Democrat Party.”

About Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson: a mature Christian who understands the sweep of history, the unique role of America and these times clearly and precisely.
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