***** SPECIAL ALERT *****
â€œA Star is Born in St. Louisâ€ â€“
Praise Be to God!
â€œIt is God who arms me with strength,
And makes my way perfect.â€ Ps 18:32
â€œIn the day when I cried out, You answered me,
And made me bold with strength in my soul.â€ Ps 138:3
Â "I will destroy the wisdom of the wise;
the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate." 1 Cor 1:19
Last night (Thursday) I was in St. Louis and witnessed a political and spiritual phenomenon. After walking the campus of Washington University where the debate was held in St. Louis, and praying fervently with other brethren, I went to a huge basketball arena and watched the debate, during which God certainly anointed and empowered Gov. Sarah Palin as we all had been praying.
Â After a couple of stumbles during interviews with Katie Couric and other Main Stream media who were obviously out to sabotage her candidacy, Gov. Palin emerged confident, articulate, knowledgeable, charming and engaging. She clearly â€œwon the debateâ€, but more importantly, she won the hearts of many independent American voters and reenergized the McCain/Palin campaign.
Â All I can say is â€œPraise the Lord!â€ for His breaking into this event and vindicating His daughter Sarah, who has been treated with such distain and hostility.
Â Turning the page, we must now pray for Sen. John McCain, who will be debating Sen. Barack Obama again on Tues., Oct. 7th. This time it will be a Town Hall format in which he is most comfortable. We must again pray for God to intervene and energize his presentation, as well as asking the Lord to expose the truth about Senator Obama himself, and also his proposals which, as Gov. Palin stated, are very dangerous (For an explanation of why they are dangerous, see my recent alerts in the Archives.)
Thank you so much for joining with me and my colleagues in praying for Gov. Palinâ€™s presentation. I am 100% certain that our prayers, along with millions of others, contributed to what happened in St. Louis.
Â â€œA Star was Bornâ€ in St. Louis last night (Thursday). However, we have a lot of work still to do. Please donâ€™t let up in your prayers.
Harry Valentine, CHPA Founder/Publisher