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THE RETURN

NATIONAL AND GLOBAL DAY OF PRAYER AND REPENTANCE

SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 ON THE NATIONAL MALL, WASHINGTON, D.C.

THE MISSION: REVIVAL BY INDIVIDUAL, NATIONAL AND GLOBAL REPENTANCE.

THE SOLOMN ASSEMBLY

We need to make an honest inventory of personal as well as corporate (national) sins. We must acknowledge these sins, own them, and humble ourselves before the Lord, pray for Him to help us and provide spiritual fortitude and grace not only to recognize our deficiencies but to be remorseful in spirit, pleading for His mercy and forgiveness.

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“September 26th is 38 days before the next general election. The purpose for this gathering is to pray for our beloved country. . . . It is organized by messianic Jewish rabbi and author Jonathan Cahn along with several evangelical organizations. Cahn is the author of The Harbinger, Oracle, and other remarkably compelling books. For more information, go to thereturn.org.

It will be lived streamed around the world, and the prayers will focus on five R’s: return, repentance, reconciliation, revival, and restoration.  Repentance is not only A hope for America; it is the ONLY hope for restoration. 2 Chronicles 7:14

To summarize, while it often appears that Western Civilization as we have known it is in its closing days, there are millions of Christians in this country who love Jesus and are praying fervently for a spiritual renewal. . . are you among them? We are His remnant, and we must be on our faces before the living Lord.

Will you stand firmly with us in these days of decision? Everything that made America great in these 244 years hangs in the balance. When I am tempted to despair, I remember that God is in control. Let’s continue to ask Him to bring a mighty spiritual reawakening that will restore our beloved nation to its spiritual roots and draw us to Himself.”   James C. Dobson, Ph.D

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