Martinez, California (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Planning is continuing for September 11, 2014's "Great Wave Offering, the finale of "555 Days of Prayer to Save America". Planners are exploring venues in the World Trade Center complex, and evaluating them for crowd holding potential; while investigating property ownership, to facilitate future correspondence with the respective properties' owners. Organizer Robert Berry of "Save America Gathering" spoke today of the need for unity in prayer, as a means of changing the spiritual direction of the U.S.A. The 555-day-long prayer initiative has reached day 351. The current 100-day-long prayer segment, a prayer against the sins of the United States of America, is winding down, at day 96.
Said Berry, "God sees a nation and a people who are quick to judge others. We judge their way of life, their form or personage of government. We mete out death penalties. We don't have an image of ourselves as the judge of the world. But, we are 'de facto' judges of the world, by right of might and power, not character; and, by the control of international law, or, disdain of international law; once again, by right of might and power. "555 Days of Prayer to Save America" is organized to allow God's people bring the fate of the United States of America before The Lord, for His Kingdom's sake. If Christians do not respond, there will be no staying the promised result of our long term sinful actions. Jesus, in The Word of God, says, at Matthew 7:1-5: “Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you . Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye." Brothers and sisters," Berry went on, "we have a plank in our eye."
Continuing, the retired Army Veteran said, "We were neighbors. We helped one another. We built up an image, in the world as a benign and great nation. We have sold out our character for filthy lucre. We opted for simply supporting letting everyone do what they want. Now, living like the high days of Babylon has been proven costly to the U.S.A. But the final cost may be immeasurable. What is easy, what is comfortable, what is everybody else doing...This is our weakness."
"In a few days, starting February 23, 2014, we will be praying for the purification and restoration of The Church.The secular world shouldn't be doing 'Brotherhood' better than The Church. No team, business, cult, gang, club, or other group should approach brotherhood amongst Christians, and between Christians and the ones chosen out of the lost world, where the real mission is located."
Berry continued; "No edict should stand with higher moral appeal and be more incorruptible than the Word of God. It must be held higher than any law devised of men. It is higher than rules, higher than regulations. It is the basis of law. Never, should the Word of God be bound by what we want, how we feel, what is socially acceptable. But, the Word of God has been corrupted by man. I'm not saying U.S.A. North Americans are unique in this. In fact, it is the nature if fallen mankind. In plain fact, much of the historical home of Christianity was lost because the Christian inhabitants were made second-class citizens, and they, over time, forsook their faith, in order to be more socially accepted, and escape social stigma persecution. The Word of God was abandoned. We are really doing the same thing, now. That is why we have been praying for 351 days. That is why, on September 11, 2014, the 100,000 persons with us now, and all we can gather, in the interim, will be rededicating the United States of America to Almighty God."
The "Great Wave Offering" will bring ancient Biblical symbolism to the 2st century, echoing the dedication of Israel to God, following the delivery of the Torah to Moses.