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Fast and pray for America.

We need to pray for revival, a Third Great Awakening — that God would pour out His Holy Spirit and work repentance and revival in our land and give us the knowledge and fear of the Lord.

Fast and pray for America: Our Founding Fathers called numerous fasts. Christians should fast and confess personal and national sins in the spirit of 2 Chronicles 7:14: If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land (ESV).

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:12). We can’t lose. They can’t win.

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In Acts 19:19, all the people burned their magic books. They realized they were satanic. How about Christians begin doing this with any books they have with magic in them? It’s everywhere; in cartoons, movies, and many popular books. If God had this written in His Word, we ought to take heed and obey. Flee magic instead of being entertained by it.
“I’m sure you’ve heard what J. K. Rowling said about Albus Dumbledore: ‘I always thought of Dumbledore as gay.’” Another reason to not allow your children to read Harry Potter.
Christianity in the United States: From the First Settlement Down to the Present time, 1887 book by Daniel Dorchester, D.D. It is like looking at America today. We are fighting no new battles.
Jacobinism in America.
The Jacobin Club of Paris was established at a time when the French Revolution had prostrated all legitimate government, and invested the mob, under the name of “the sovereign people,” with the fullest prerogatives, even of plunder and violence. Among its members and leaders were Robespierre, Danton, Marat, Collot-d’Herbois, and Santerre, supported by more than two thousand affiliated clubs in France, and a host of ferocious demagogues. M. Genet, the minister of this Jacobin government to the United States, landed at Charleston, S.C, April 8, 1793. England, then at war with France, had secured Russia, Austria, Spain and Sardinia as allies. The United States were professedly neutral, although the sympathies of a large portion of the people were with France, and it was only with extreme difficulty that Washington could restrain them from violating the rules of neutrality. Extensive depredations upon American commerce by English vessels, under a series of official orders at variance with the rights of neutrality, increased the difficulty by aggravating the popular feeling against England. The real object of Genet’s mission was to involve the United States in a war with England, and thus effect a diversion in favor of France. For this purpose immediately on his arrival he commenced to dis- tribute naval and military commissions, and performed many other offensive acts.
So great was the popular sympathy with the French Revolution that at his reception in Philadelphia “the dinner-table was decorated with the ‘ Tree of Liberty,’ and a red cap called the ‘Cap of Liberty’ was placed upon the head of M. Genet, and from his passed in succession from head to head around the table.” Those who readily adopted the badges of the Jacobins were ready for further steps. Immediately a club was organized in Philadelphia with a constitution a la mode de Paris, which sent out an invitation for the formation of similar club elsewhere. The response was general, and they soon existed in every direction. Their object was to thwart the endeavors of Washington to maintain a neutral attitude, to force the nation into an alliance with France, and bring on a war with England.
Great pains were also taken to incorporate French follies and extravagances into American manners. The addresses Mr. and Mrs. were held to be aristocratic, and Citizen and Citizeness were urged as more republican. On the Fourth of July the President of the United States was toasted in New York City as “Citizen George Washington.” ” It is scarcely credible to what an extent the absurdities devised and practiced by the French demagogues, to influence the passions of the mob, were adopted and applauded by multitudes of the hitherto staid and reflecting citizens of the United States.”
The French revolutionists had denounced all heraldic bearings as aristocratic, and some began to fastidiously inquire whether the eagle upon the coins of our Government and elsewhere did not savor of royalty, and consequently become a scandal upon a republican government. “The Tree of Liberty” and “The Cap of Liberty ” were everywhere popular…..
Thomas Jefferson: “In America, as well as in France, the most atrocious villainies were maintained to be patriotic acts. Robbery was held to be moral and correct justice; murder was maintained to be laudable ; and those most execrable of all crimes, treason and rebellion, were dignified by the name of national justice, because Jacobinized France gave the fashion to the morals and opinions of this country, and fidelity to her, under her new rulers, was best asserted by treason to every other country.”
A liberty cap, decorated with French and American flags, was placed with great pomp in the Merchants’ Exchange, in New York. A large concourse assembled on the occasion and united in singing patriotic songs, while a detachment of militia attended, under arms, in honor of the ceremony. A fete was given in Philadelphia in honor of the revolution in Holland. A great crowd assembled, an altar was erected to Liberty, and before this altar the mob chanted hymns to the goddess, took an oath to be faithful to her and never to forget the genius and the arms that had restored freedom. The profanity and folly of this oath indicate its French origin.
Such was the infatuation that then prevailed under French influence. The intimate relations which existed between the two countries, and an indebtedness for aid rendered in our Revolutionary distresses, made Americans easy victims to their specious theories and frenzy. But for the fairness and integrity of Washington and the success of that wise and incorruptible statesman, Hon. John Jay, in adjusting our pending difficulties with England, the nation must have been involved in fatal complications with France, and become still more fearfully demoralized in manners.
These Jacobin clubs extended as far west as Kentucky, then in its infancy, and the seeds of infidelity were sown broadcast over that State. Their character has been thus described: “Politically they were violent and dogmatic; morally they were corrupting; and, in respect to religion, they were utterly infidel.” The nomenclature of towns and counties in Kentucky still attests the French sympathies of the first settlers, and it is a very significant fact that at this period French agents were able to enlist two thousand recruits in this State to attack the Spanish settlements on the Mississippi. Transylvania University, founded by the Presbyterians, was wrested from their hands and given over to the influence of infidelity.  In 1793 Kentucky dispensed with the services of a chaplain of the Legislature—a measure significant of the influences in the ascendency in high places. Before the close of the century a considerable majority of the inhabitants of the State were reputed to be infidels, and the usual concomitants of vice and dissipation were not wanting.
Christianity in the United States: From the First Settlement Down to the Present time, 1887 book by Daniel Dorchester, D.D., pages 321-323.

July 11

72: After being besieged in Rome by his own generals, Western Roman Emperor Anthemius is captured in the Old St. Peter’s Basilica and put to death.
1302: Battle of the Golden Spurs (Guldensporenslag in Dutch) – a coalition around the Flemish cities defeats the king of France’s royal army.
1346: Charles IV of Luxembourg is elected emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

1740: Pogrom: Jews are expelled from Little Russia.

1767: John Quincy Adams, son of the second U.S. president, John Adams, is born in Braintree, Massachusetts.

1796: The United States takes possession of Detroit from Great Britain under terms of the Jay Treaty of 1794.

1798: The United States Marine Corps is re-established. They had been disbanded after the American Revolutionary War.

1804: A duel occurs in which the Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr mortally wounds former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton.
1848: Waterloo railway station in London opens.
1864: American Civil War: Battle of Fort Stevens. Confederate forces attempt to invade Washington, D.C.

1882: The British Mediterranean fleet begins the Bombardment of Alexandria in Egypt as part of the 1882 Anglo-Egyptian War.

1914: Babe Ruth makes his debut in Major league baseball.
1920: In the East Prussian plebiscite the local populace decides to remain with Weimar Germany
1921: Former U.S. President William Howard Taft is sworn in as 10th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, becoming the only person to ever be both President and Chief Justice.

1922: The Hollywood Bowl opens.

1936: The Triborough Bridge in New York City is opened to traffic.
1940: World War II: Vichy France regime is formally established. Henri Philippe Pétain becomes Prime Minister of France.
1943: Massacres of Poles in Volhynia in German-occupied Poland by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army with the support of parts of the local Ukrainian population against the Polish minority in Volhynia.

1943: World War II: Allied invasion of Sicily – German and Italian troops launch a counter-attack on Allied forces in Sicily.

1979: America’s first space station, Skylab, is destroyed as it re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere over the Indian Ocean.
1987:  According to the United Nations, the world population crosses the five billion mark.
2011: Neptune completes its first orbit since its discovery on September 23, 1846.

My wife and I are the proud parents of an autistic 30-year-old son. Despite the love and support of family and friends, autism leaves us exhausted and devastated. We do not know why our family suffers with autism other than that we live in a fallen world. Some would ask why God permits such things, but we pity those who suffer such things and do not know the Lord. We look forward to that day when Christ “will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away” (Revelation 21:4). We pray that God will be glorified in healing our son in this life, but we know that he will not be autistic in heaven.

Countries and territories Thomas C. Hanson Sr. has visited.

Countries and territories he has spoken in

Canberra, Sydney and Ulladulla, Australia; Nassau, Bahamas; Brno, Czechoslovakia; Denmark; West Germany; India; Tokyo, Japan; Mexico; Hoogeveen, Netherlands; Auckland, New Zealand; George and Durban, South Africa; Segovia, Spain; Sri Lanka; United States and Caracas, Venezuela.

United States

California: Bakersfield, Mojave, Pasadena, Glendale, Reseda, Garden Grove, Glendora, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Victorville, Beaumont, Santa Ana, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara; Texas: Big Sandy; Indiana: Evansville; Connecticut: Hartford.