Christian leaders from all over the United States are set to gather on Wednesday, September 21, at the ecumenical assembly, The Gathering, to pray in unison for spiritual transformation in the country.
The Gathering will be held on Sept. 21 at the Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. The event, which will be open to the public starting 7 p.m., is expected to attract thousands of Christian leaders and pastors who will pray together to ask for God’s forgiveness and wisdom for the country.
Some of the speakers at The Gathering will include event organizer Pastor Tony Evans of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, Pastors Greg Laurie and Ronnie Floyd, James Robison, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, and many others.
On Wednesday, Rev. Rodriguez shared with CP that Christians must not be complacent so that they can preserve their religious liberty. He said the prayers will focus on Americans’ personal lives, families, communities, and the nation as a whole.
“We stand at the precipice of losing our religious liberties via the conduit of judicial activism and legislative initiatives that view our Judeo-Christian values system as a threat to advancing a morally relativistic worldview,” Rodriguez told CP. “Complacency is captivity, we must pray, preach and vote.”
The Gathering draws inspiration from 2 Chronicles 7:14 which conveys a promise that God will hear from heaven, forgive sins, and heal the land if His people will only humble themselves, pray, and repent from their evil ways.
SOURCE: Lorraine Caballero