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My soul is provoked

This morning, I directed the media at IHOP while Lou Engle shared his testimony and some dreams about the next TheCall meeting in San Diego this November 1st. I was so provoked, I couldn't help but cry and pray. He petitioned us to go on a 40-day fast for the state of California starting September 24. When I returned home, I listened to a Delirious? album named "The Mission Bell". Their song named "Take Off My Shoes" really ministered to me. I am amazed why Jesus would want to wash my feet.

Take Off My Shoes

I’ll take off my shoes, I’m coming in, Untie this rope, I’m staying with him, Love of my life, I’ll live and die, Just for the moments for my king and I.

Why did you call, why did you wait, For someone so guilty, someone so fake. There are no words for my beautiful song, Now I’m in the arms of my beautiful one. Hold me, blow all the pride from my bones, with your fire. Hold me, breathe on this heart made of stone, keep it pure. Hold me, saviour of heaven and earth, King forever. Hold me, love of my life lead me on, Through the fire, lead me on...

I’ll take off this crown and fall at your feet, The secret of joy are the moments we meet. How could a man with all of your fame, Pull me from darkness and call me by name.

So hold me today, as I carry your cross, Into the desert to find who is lost. Look at my hands, they’re still full of faith, God keep them clean till we finish the race.

Written by Delirious? ©2005 Curious? Music UK

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theCall DC

I would drive 19 h again for that!!! TheCall in Washington DC was an awesome assembly of people who came to pray and fast for our nation, church, government, elections and the future.

It lasted for 12h. It was hot, crowded, dusty and beautiful.

the Call, Washington DC

Over 60, 000 people came to glorify God at the feet of the Capitol. Although some names of the people, if announced earlier, would draw the crowds, this was, first of all, a prayer meeting. What stunned me the most was a sober and prayerfull atmosphere surrounding all of the participants of this holy assembly. They came to fast, not to enjoy a festival.

theCall, Washington DC

Behind the stage there was a place where we saw a lot of baby shoes tied with laces and notes asking for forgiveness, notes of hope and love, written mostly by the parents of children whom they have aborted earlier in life, and now they miss them in this life.

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Jewish blessing at the end, kids dancing ( look for Sophie, Kevin & Teah)


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TheCall DC - photos


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After 12 hours in the prayer room (without computer, books, ear plugs, coffee shop or bookstore time), actually praying non stop (minus 5 times trip to the bathroom) I am such a saint today.

Actually I wanted to stay only for 4 h, but somehow it happened a little longer. It was very refreshing and God is good. Lots of prayers for God's glory to appear, visit us and inhabit our humble lives (Moses asking to see the face of God). Lots of people around, dedicated to fasted life style. Lots of hope.

The funny thing was to see Lou Engle dressed in his winter coat passing by. It's July (people are getting cold quickly when they are fasting).