Today is Sept. 11 and you know what that means. It’s time for yet another day of prayer and repentance, this one called by Joseph Farah of the Worldnetdaily. And unlike the dozens of such events over the last few years, many of them endorsed by Farah himself, this one is really extra super duper gonna work. And this baby’s going global. Why, just look at all the totally unknown people who are doing…something.
Jim George of New York City suburb Maplewood, N.J., spread the call to about 50 churches within a five-mile radius in a dozen communities.
In America’s Heartland, Bayless Baptist Church in St. Louis, at 8512 Morganford Road, has announced it will be open all day on the 9/11 anniversary for people to come and pray.
Out West, Verne O’Brien of Sierra Vista, Ariz., told WND that “the Lord has laid on my heart to meet weekly for one hour in my home with other believers who have the same burden to pray for the nations and, yes, this nation.”
“I know that this is the start of something powerful in this area of the U.S.,” he wrote.
In St. Petersburg, Fla., Virginia Beale has been going through the local phone book urging churches to participate.
Meanwhile, Susan Jones of Whitefish, Mont., has been asking pastors in her area in face-to-face meetings to take part.
Wow, how…inspiring. But wait, they’ve got star power too. Real star power, not that stuff they have on Dancing With the Stars. Charlie Daniels is supporting it. Yeah, that’s right — Charlie Daniels. And Chuck Norris is too. The devil may have went down to Georgia, but Walker, Texas Ranger kicked his ass. And shock jock Mancow Muller (and it’s nice that he took a break from his busy schedule of making sexist jokes and letting Hulk Hogan sleep with his wife to take a stand for moral virtue). With that kind of pull, how could God not hear these prayers this time and do…well, something.