I would drive 19 h again for that!!!
TheCall in Washington DC was an awesome assembly of people who came to pray and fast for our nation, church, government, elections and the future.
It lasted for 12h. It was hot, crowded, dusty and beautiful.
Over 60, 000 people came to glorify God at the feet of the Capitol. Although some names of the people, if announced earlier, would draw the crowds, this was, first of all, a prayer meeting. What stunned me the most was a sober and prayerfull atmosphere surrounding all of the participants of this holy assembly. They came to fast, not to enjoy a festival.
Behind the stage there was a place where we saw a lot of baby shoes tied with laces and notes asking for forgiveness, notes of hope and love, written mostly by the parents of children whom they have aborted earlier in life, and now they miss them in this life.
Jewish blessing at the end, kids dancing ( look for Sophie, Kevin & Teah)
In a few minutes we are leaving for theCall. We will drive for about 20 h. Pray.
I am still alive, still praying and breathing…
photo by lhu03141
invisible wrestling prolongs my destitute
in the land of waiting
wings of oblivious misery
over my crawly prayers
pretend to be crystal independent
give up the ordinary
is your gentle touch enough
to pierce through the elements of my callous imagination
save me from destruction of poetic vanity
wake me up