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Mr. Jerry Falwell Jr. sues Liberty University over resignation comments, claims damage to reputation

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Jerry Falwell Jr. has filed a lawsuit against Liberty University, arguing that the evangelical Christian university engaged in defamation and breach of contract regarding his resignation.

Falwell resigned as president of the Lynchburg, Virginia-based school in August following multiple controversies, including a highly publicized sex scandal that involved his wife, Rebecca.

Filed in the Commonwealth of Virginia Circuit Court for the city of Lynchburg, the suit argues that Liberty harmed Falwell’s reputation via multiple statements issued after he was forced to resign.

The suit alleges that Liberty officials accepted inaccurate claims against Falwell’s moral character without doing proper research and forced him to resign.

In a statement released Thursday morning, Falwell said he was “saddened that University officials, with whom I have shared so much success and enjoyed such positive relationships, jumped to conclusions about the claims made against my character, failed to properly investigate them, and then damaged my reputation following my forced resignation.” 

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“While I have nothing but love and appreciation for the Liberty community, and I had hoped to avoid litigation, I must take the necessary steps to restore my reputation and hopefully help repair the damage to the Liberty University brand in the process,” Falwell added.

Falwell is being represented by Robert Raskopf of Quinn Emanuel, who said in the same press release that Liberty officials refused to meet with his client to address his concerns.

“We attempted to meet several times with the Liberty University Board of Trustees Executive Committee but were unsuccessful in doing so. Thus, we were forced to seek remedy for Mr. Falwell’s ongoing injuries and damage to his reputation through the Court,” stated Raskopf.

In late August, the Board of Trustees of Liberty University announced that they had accepted the immediate resignation of Falwell from his positions as president, chancellor, and member of the board of directors.

Falwell was already on a leave of absence after posting a photo on social media of himself at a costume party on a yacht showing him wearing unzipped jeans while his hand was around the waist of a pregnant woman wearing a tank top and unzipped shorts.

“She’s pregnant, so she couldn’t get her pants zipped,” Falwell explained in a radio interview.“I had on a pair of jeans I haven’t worn in a long time, so I couldn’t get mine zipped up, either. And so, I just put my belly out like hers.”

“I should never have put it up” and “embarrassed her,” he added, explaining that he has since “apologized to everybody” about the vacation photo taken during the costume party.

The resignation came shortly after revelations surfaced that Falwell’s wife had had an affair with a 29-year-old man named Giancarlo Granda, which began eight years ago.

Granda later attempted to blackmail the couple, telling Reuters at the time that Falwell himself was aware of the extramarital affair and “enjoyed watching from the corner of the room.”

Falwell acknowledged in a statement at the time that his wife “had an inappropriate personal relationship with” Granda, but denied any involvement in the extramarital affair.

European countries are shutting down amid the “rising” 2nd Wave COVID-19

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Infection rates are rising rapidly, with estimates suggesting up to 100,000 people a day may be catching the virus. Across the Channel, France has admitted its regional approach is not working, by announcing a new national lockdown. Germany, to a lesser extent, is also planning one.

Wales is in the middle of a short “fire-breaker” lockdown, in which bars, restaurants, churches and most shops have shut for a fortnight.

So is a full-on UK-wide lockdown only a matter of time?

The scientists certainly think so

Many of those advising government have given it their backing.

Sir Jeremy Farrar, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), which advises ministers, says it should have happened already – and definitely needs to now. Any delay, he said, will be costly and will mean later restrictions will be “harder and longer”.

The tools we have at our disposal are not proving effective, said Dr Duncan Robertson, a disease modeller at Loughborough University.

The test-and trace-system, designed to nip outbreaks in the bud, can’t cope, he said. The service has consistently failed to reach enough close contacts of people who test positive. It’s just a “matter of time” before a lockdown is introduced, he believes.

Line chart shows coronavirus cases rising in European countries

…although Downing Street doesn’t

The government, though, seems determined to hold out – with ministers in England saying publicly they want to stick to their regional approach which has seen areas placed into one of three tiers each with different level of restrictions.

There is not much in the data to suggest it might be effective yet – although one glimmer of hope could be in the slowing of hospital admissions in the North West. 

In Scotland the targeting of its central belt also appears to be having an impact.

Death numbers could force a change of policy

If the virus continues to spread, deaths will rise too, Dr Robertson said.

“How many deaths would the public accept? I think they would soon become too large to bear.”

Robert West, a professor in health psychology, and a government adviser, agrees. He said the rising numbers will have a huge “emotional impact”, forcing a full lockdown. He dismissed the idea put forward by some that the public have become “desensitised” to the situation.

So just how bad could deaths get? This week has seen reported deaths top 300 a day twice with the weekly average standing at 230. That compares with a peak of more than 1,000 in April.

Chart shows daily deaths are continuing to rise

One scenario produced for the government over the summer – a “reasonable worst case” – suggested total deaths could reach 120,000 from September to the end of March, with cases peaking in January before the virus burns out.

That would be treble what was seen during the spring peak.

But it is only a scenario, based on the worst assumptions and without taking into account people changing their behaviour, extra restrictions or improved treatments having an effect.

Prof Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, says such projections should be treated with extreme caution. He believes the focus on the daily reported Covid death figures, which just count the people who have died with 28 days of a positive test, is “distorting” the debate.

There needs to be more focus on different measures of mortality, he says, such as how many extra people are dying. 

One way of doing that is to look at the death rate adjusted for age and size of the population. If you do that for the first wave – the year to the end of August – the death rate in 2020 is worse than in previous years. 

But go back just over a decade and you will find a comparably deadly year, as this graph shows.

Chart showing mortality rates

“I could accept the idea of another lockdown if a vaccine was just around the corner,” said Prof Heneghan, “but all we are doing is kicking the can down the road”.

Intense pressure on the NHS might compel a lockdown

Regardless of what is happening to deaths, the issue that might force the government’s hand is what is happening to the health service. There have already been warnings that hospitals in some parts of the country are uncomfortably close to capacity.

NHS bosses in Leeds, Liverpool, Nottingham and Bradford have started cancelling some routine treatments. One of the key problems is the NHS has little flexibility, with fewer beds per person than other European countries.

Chart showing hospital bed rates

“It’s fine in peace-time because it means we are really efficient,” said one hospital boss. “But it’s a real problem when we are trying to fight a virus like this.”

Hospital leaders estimate the need for social distancing, segregation of Covid and non-Covid wards and the time needed for infection control means capacity is cut by 10-30%.

The government points to the fact there are the network Nightingale field hospitals to call on, but doubts remain how they can be staffed.

That’s not to say the health service cannot cope. There have been suggestions Covid patient numbers in hospital could hit 25,000 during the winter – there are currently 10,000. 

If these were reasonably evenly distributed across the country, one senior intensive care specialist said it would be “really difficult, but “not impossible” for the NHS, although it would mean cutting back on some other care.

After all, in the middle of winter the NHS can get as many as 30,000 emergency admissions a month for respiratory illnesses. To what extent these would happen on top of the Covid admissions remains to be seen – and will obviously be crucial.

Or the regional approach could work

The regional tier approach in England got off to a rocky start. Much, for example, was made of chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty saying the toughest measures would not be enough on their own. It was widely interpreted as a rebuke of the plan, but those close to him say it was actually aimed as much at local leaders as it was ministers.

Chart showing regional hospital admissions

At the time, the government was at the beginning of a stand-off with Greater Manchester. Since then and with clear evidence of rising rates of infection, government officials have found discussions with local leaders easier. In the case, of Nottinghamshire tougher measures, including a ban on alcohol sales in shops from 21:00 as well as the 22:00 closure for hospitality, were introduced.

It suggests the regional approach would be able to respond more quickly to rising rates than it perhaps has to date.

In the coming weeks expect more of these sorts of tougher measures. It is not inconceivable that a new tier will emerge – much as Scotland has proposed – which is effectively a regional lockdown.

“We want to try everything before we think about a national lockdown,” one government source said.

The problem the government and its advisers face is its only autumn and we are at such a critical stage already. The end of winter is a long way away.

“Thank you” is not even enough

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We’ve all been through a lot lately. This year alone, 2020 has been a very challenging one. Buy nevertheless, needless to say, God has been so good to us! Yes we did fall a couple of times, some virus shook us a little bit, but here we are lifting our hands to the Lord most high.

If I were you, I’ll share this post so many times.

Let’s be even more grateful for every breathe we take, for every step we take and for all circumstances that comes our way. If it wasn’t the Lord who was on our side, the devil would have devoured us. We thank God Almighty for such a beautiful time through it all.

May his countenance overshadow every plan and purpose of the enemy concerning our lives. We command all principalities, rulers of darkness and high authorities to bow before our God most high. In JESUS NAME. Amen.

More than 140 migrants have drowned off Senegal, in the deadliest shipwreck recorded this year, confirmed by the United Nations migration agency

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At least 140 migrants have drowned off Senegal in the deadliest shipwreck recorded this year, the United Nations migration agency said in a statement Thursday.The vessel was carrying about 200 people, according to the UN International Organization for Migration (IOM) statement. It added that, “according to media sources, the Senegalese and Spanish navies, and fishermen who were nearby rescued 59 people and retrieved the remains of 20 others.”

According to the IOM, the boat was bound for Spain’s Canary Islands but caught fire a few hours after departing Mbour, a coastal town in western Senegal, before capsizing near Saint-Louis, on the country’s northwest coast.

“The IOM is deeply saddened by this recent tragedy, which follows four shipwrecks recorded in the Central Mediterranean last week and another in the English Channel,” the statement said. The number of migrant boat departures from West Africa to the Canary Islands has more than quadrupled this year to 11,000, according to IOM estimates.”We call for unity between governments, partners and the international community to dismantle trafficking and smuggling networks that take advantage of desperate youth,” IOM Senegal Chief of Mission Bakary Doumbia said in the statement.

The government of Senegal and the IOM have arranged a mission to travel to Saint-Louis to assess the needs of survivors and provide immediate assistance. Fourteen boats carrying 663 migrants attempted to make this journey in September alone — over a quarter of which were shipwrecked or had an incident, the IOM said. Senegalese President Macky Sall gave his condolences earlier in the day to the families of 16 victims of a motor accident that occurred in the Thiès region, east of the capital Dakar.”I call for more caution and responsibility on the roads,” he said in a tweet.

One person has been killed and several seriously injured following a knife attack in Nice, France.

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Deadly knife attack near church in French city of Nice leaves at least three dead

French police on Thursday morning said at least three people had been killed in a knife attack in the city of Nice, with several others injured.

Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi said the suspect behind the attack had been arrested. Estrosi said it appeared that the incident had been a terrorist attack on the city’s Basilica of Notre-Dame.

“I ask the people of Nice to avoid the area to let the police and the emergency services work,” wrote Estrosi.

Speaking to reporters, the mayor said the man suspected of carrying out the attack had been shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is great) after his arrest. He added that French President Emmanuel Macron would be arriving in the city.

The individual, who was shot and injured by police, left “no doubt… about the meaning of his action,” Estrosi said. He added that the victims had been killed “in a horrible way.”

French broadcaster Europe 1 reported that a man had attacked several people and that the fatalities included a woman who had been decapitated.

Two of the victims are believed to have died in the church while another escaped but later succumbed to injuries they had sustained.

French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said a police operation was underway and that he would be chairing a crisis meeting. France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor’s department said it was investigating the attack. 

It is believed that the attacker was acting alone and police are not thought to be searching for other assailants.

The incident took place  less than a kilometer (just over half a mile) from the site where an attacker in 2016 plowed a truck into a Bastille Day crowd, killing dozens.

The attack comes with the country still reeling from the beheading of a middle school teacher, Samuel Paty, earlier this month in Paris by a man of Chechen origin.

rc/sms (AFP, Reuters)

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Coronavirus: The Western Power, Germany to impose “a month long” partial lockdown

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Angela Merkel, Bundeskanzlerin, aufgenommen waehrend einer Pressekonferenz mit Mustafa al-Kadhimi nicht im Bild, Ministerpraesident vom Irak, in Berlin, 20.10.2020. Berlin Deutschland *** Angela Merkel, Chancellor, taken during a press conference with

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced tough new measures from Monday, November 2, in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. But will the German people be compliant?

With the number of coronavirus cases rapidly increasing day by day, Chancellor Angela Merkel and Germany’s state premiers held an emergency meeting on Wednesday. They agreed to implement a partial second lockdown, which will begin on Monday, November 2.

This will be the anticipated “lockdown light” — a less intense version of the measures that brought German society and economic activity to a standstill in the spring.

Schools and kindergartens will remain open, but restaurants and bars will close for at least a month. Large events will also be once more canceled and unnecessary travel discouraged. 

Overnight stays in hotels, except for in emergency situations, will also be banned. All those who can work from home should do so, with authorities calling for employers to ease a transition into working from home.

Meetings in public will be restricted to just two households of up to 10 people total.

Entertainment facilities such as theatres, cinemas and public recreation centers such as swimming pools and saunas will also be closed.

Church services and protests will still be allowed due constitutional concerns, according to Bavarian Premier Markus Söder.

The rules will apply nation-wide.

Merkel said in a press conference: “We are in a very serious situation.”

“We must act, and now, to avoid an acute national health emergency.”

She said the number of people in intensive care units has doubled in the past 10 days, and the in many areas it was no longer possible to track and trace infection chains. 

“That is why this is a difficult day today, also for political decision-makers, I want to say this explicitly because we know what we are putting people through,” she said.

State and federal leaders will meet again in two weeks to assess if the new measures are having enough of an effect, and recalibrate if needed.

Business support

Merkel promised that firms hit by the new measures would receive economic support, with smaller companies receiving 75% of their income in support.

“We will compensate affected companies, institutions and clubs,” she said.

Public mood

Until now, Merkel’s government has enjoyed high levels of support for the measures put in place to tackle the pandemic and Germany has fared relatively well compared to many of its European neighbors.

But public mood has been shifting and criticism among the population of government-ordained measures is on the rise.

Wednesday saw Germany’s highest rate of new daily infections yet — over 14,000 — and the latest figures show that only around 25% of Germany’s intensive care beds are still available.

Mounting dissatisfaction 

Compared to the beginning of October, 5% more people now say that the measures currently in place do not go far enough (32% in total), according to the statistics agency Infratest. At the same time, the number of people for whom the measures go too far increased by 4% to 15% of people in total. A slim majority (51%) feel that the current measures are sufficient, but this number is 8% less than at the start of October. 

Some of those who vehemently oppose further restrictions are fearful of the economic impact. Many Berlin restaurant owners, for example, have said they would probably have to close down their business if faced with a second lockdown. They have already seen losses after the closure in the spring, followed by rules that forced them to adhere to social distancing regulations and then the curfew imposed last month.

Several news outlets also reported that financing the new measures would push the amount of debt Germany was in for 2021 well over €100 billion ($117 billion). Finance Minister Olaf Scholz had planned a sum of €96 billion to help businesses ride out the pandemic next year, but the new aid package could cost €10 billion more.

The opposition pro-business liberal Free Democrats have spoken out against another shutdown of the hospitality sector. “I believe it is unnecessary and unconstitutional,” party leader Christian Lindner wrote on Twitter before Wednesday’s meeting.

‘Lockdown fantasies’ 

For many in Germany, the question of individual freedom is at least as important as a thriving economy. Leaders of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which is the largest opposition party in the German federal parliament, have been among those the most widely critical of further restrictions. 

“No measures — including lockdowns — have had a demonstrable influence on the infection rate, but the lockdown fantasies of government politicians are becoming increasingly absurd,” the AfD parliamentary leader Alexander Gauland said in a statement on Tuesday. 

Read more: False alarm? Confusion about EU COVID-19 threat levels

Germany has seen anti-lockdown protests in recent months, with some groups protesting under the banner of “Querdenker” — people who “think outside the box.” A demonstration in Berlin at the weekend coincided with an arson attack on the Robert Koch Institute, Germany’s public health agency — although no suspects have yet been identified.

Protesters espousing conspiracy theories and far-right groups have joined the demonstrations, drawing criticism and ridicule from the left and more liberal quarters. But surveys show that there is a growing number of people critical of restrictions, who believe that fighting the virus should be a question of personal responsibility. The most recent survey shows that a narrow majority of Germans agree with this view: 54% compared to 43% who say authorities should put restrictions in place. 

Berlin vs. the states 

As Germany is governed by a federal system, one of the key questions during the pandemic response has been how much of a say the central government in Berlin should have, as health policy is the mandate of the 16 states. This has led to a “patchwork” of regulations across the country, with travel bans or curfews in some places and no restrictions in others.

The most recent survey shows over two thirds (68%) of people want regulations to be unified across the 16 states. Additionally, 78% said they wanted the states to “work more closely together” in pandemic response. 

There have been calls for the parliaments at federal and state levels to be involved in decision making, with MPs from all political parties speaking out against decision-making behind closed doors.

A European role model? 

Despite the increasing infection rates, Germany still stands on good ground compared to other European countries. Even with the high daily infection figures seen in late October, in terms of cases per 100,000 inhabitants Germany remains well below rates in Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and Belgium.

France and the UK are among the countries that have introduced partial or localized lockdowns in recent weeks in an effort to curb the number of cases. Germany is hoping to take action before cases reach the rates seen there, in two of the worst-affected nations in the world.

Germany’s relatively strong acceptance of measures up until now may have been key in the low infection and death rates. But surveys show that 50% of Germans believe that efforts by police and authorities to enforce the restrictions have not gone far enough. 

The challenge is to make sure the German people accept the new measures — and to enforce them. Relying on goodwill and compliance, as the chancellor called for in her most recent video podcast, may not go far enough.

Rescue operation under way after migrant boat sinks trying to reach UK

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A boat carrying migrants attempting to reach the UK has sunk in the English Channel.

French authorities have mounted a search and rescue operation off the coast of Dunkirk.

Officials said that 18 people have so far been pulled from the water and taken to hospital, but searches continue.

The Préfecture maritime de la Manche said nearby fishing vessels had been sent to the scene alongside lifeboats, a helicopter, naval and customs ships.

“Eighteen people have already been taken for treatment at Calais and Dunkirk hospitals,” a statement added.

“The boat carrying the migrants sank and search operations are still under way.”

It came just over a week after a man was found dead on a beach near Calais after appearing to have drowned while trying to cross the Channel.

His body was found in Sangatte – the same area where another asylum seeker, Abdulfatah Hamdallah, was found dead in August. In May, a drowned migrant was found at the port of Calais.

The tragedies come after repeated warnings that British government policies on migrants attempting to reach the UK from France were increasing the risk of deaths.

The UN Refugee Agency has called for the British and French governments to make saving lives the “first priority”.

But the Home Office has focused on increasing security along the French coastline and is attempting to increase prosecutors of people smugglers, and asylum seekers who steer dinghies.

The National Crime Agency said sea crossings in small boats had become a more common route to the UK after a fall in freight traffic during the coronavirus pandemic, and crackdowns to stop migrants using lorries.

The government drew up a new “joint action plan” with France earlier this year and put a former royal marine in the post of “clandestine Channel threat commander”, Dan O’Mahoney.

The RAF has sent surveillance aircraft to assist the Border Force, after the UK gave France millions of pounds to increase security along its coastline.

A parliamentary report released last November said “dire” conditions in camps in northern France were among the driving factors behind increasing migrant sea crossings.

“Focusing on increasing border security without improving conditions in the region may have the counterproductive effect of forcing migrants to make desperate journeys across the Channel,” the Foreign Affairs Committee said.

“The UK should work closely with French authorities to improve the conditions for migrants. It should ensure efficient processing of asylum claims by those with relatives in the UK, and make it a priority to maintain close bilateral cooperation with France after Brexit, including on these claim.”

More than 35,000 worshippers gather in DC: ‘God’s at work’

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WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of Christians from all over the country assembled on Sunday evening to worship on the National Mall to intercede for the nation amid an ongoing pandemic and tense election season.

As part of worship artist Sean Feucht’s multi-city nationwide tour called Let Us Worship, the Sunday event was the 45th place the California-based musician had led worship, often in places where violence and discord have manifested earlier this year such as Seattle, Minneapolis, and Portland, Oregon. A cold drizzle periodically rained down on the crowd with temperatures in the 40s. 

Feucht explained from the stage that the Let Us Worship movement was in part born out of alarm and distress over California Governor Gavin Newsom’s policies related to the shutdown of churches, particularly his words prohibiting singing. These draconian measures, he said, have caused many in the Church to react in fear and intimidation but the Church should be comprised of the least fearful people.

Participants who drove to or flew into the nation’s capital for the event spoke of the importance of the times and the dire need to pray and worship given the tumultuous political climate.

Gail Hawkins, who co-pastors New Life Citychurch in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with her husband, Alan, said in an interview with The Christian Post that she had been watching what Feucht had been doing and felt compelled to make the trip to D.C.

“Something struck a chord in me that I needed to be here this weekend,” she said, “so we just followed the lead of God and we came.”

“And the timing of the event, we just know that God’s at work. And we feel like we’re in the west [part of the country] where we’re separated from the seat of government but we’re not separated because we’re all on one accord and we’re all praying and seeking passionately the hand of God in this nation.”

“And if felt like ‘for such a time as this’ that we had to be here,” she said, referencing Mordecai’s words to Queen Esther in the book of Esther.

Standing in a throng of worshipers singing the popular anthem “Way Maker” by Nigerian artist Sinach, Rhoda Mehl from Rosemount, Minnesota, told CP she felt that the spiritual significance was “breaking the heavy yoke of the heavy [spiritual] chains that were binding and suffocating the nation.”

“We get to come and sing outside and praise the Lord from the bottom of our hearts. That is what our nation was founded on — liberty, on freedom … Our worship is our weapon.

“We’re here standing ‘peacefully protesting’ by praising God, believing that this is His war, that this is His battle. And He will win.”

She came to Washington because she was disturbed by how churches were being closed and their voices silenced.

“The Church is confused about whose authority they need to respect and respond to,” she said.

“We need to fear the Lord first and then honor the king.”

Among the guests who showed up and spoke and prayed from the stage was Sen. Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri. He had just come from the U.S. Capitol, where the Senate had just voted to advance the nomination of federal appellate court judge Amy Coney Barrett to be a justice on the United States Supreme Court.

Not everyone who showed up to the event was glad to be there.

Feucht noted on his Facebook page late Sunday that spiritual breakthrough was evident given what happened to one of his team members, Charles Karuku, the senior pastor of International Outreach Church in Burnsville, Minnesota. Not long after Let Us Worship DC concluded, a Satanist threw a bucket of blood in the face of the Kenyan-American pastor, he said.

“It happened so fast,” Karuku said in a Monday phone interview with The Christian Post.

The assault occurred as he walking with some of the team to an Uber taxi near the event site.

“I didn’t even notice what had happened until two seconds after when I heard a sound like ‘boom’ and then I realized I can’t see clearly. So naturally, I touch my face and I find so much sticky stuff on my hands.”

He described the perpetrator as a 150-pound white male who stood 5 foot 5 inches tall and had been standing nearby. Karuku said he saw him out of the corner of his eye as his vision cleared. He hopes to take his blood-stained clothing somewhere to test it to see if there are any contaminants and find out what type of blood it is.

Asked if he saw any occultic symbols on the assailant’s clothing, the pastor replied that attacks involving throwing buckets of blood are “pretty typical of Satanists.”

“They tried to do this before in Washington state, in Seattle,” Karuku explained, “so it’s a repeat of something.”

“Nobody carries blood around except Satanists,” he said, adding that he believed it was from a Satanic ritual.

“I’m trying not to make it a big, big deal but try to take care of [my] body to make sure we don’t have any contamination.”

Feucht added late Sunday on his Facebook page: “You can’t keep our joy down devils!! Over 35,000 showed up to declare the name of Jesus over our nation’s Capital!! GOD ALWAYS WINS!!!!”

Echoing Feucht, Linda Enciso, a hairstylist from San Bernadino, California, felt the urge to travel to D.C. for Let Us Worship in light of the heavy restrictions on churches in her state. She believes the Holy Spirit is causing the church to stand up and not be fearful.

Her friend, Isis Michael, an insurance agent from Orange County, sees the “heavens open” over America.

“We were born for a time like this,” she said, telling CP an interview next to a row of food trucks that she fervently intercedes for her kids, family, city, her home country of Egypt, and her adopted country of the United States.

Enciso chimed in: “God is gathering His children and this is the time for us to stand up. No more playing around.”

Joe Centener of Staunton, Virginia, drove a few hours to D.C. for Let Us Worship just as he did last month for The Return, a repentance and intercessory prayer rally that occurred at the exact same spot on the Mall. Now retired and working full-time for a church, he thinks God is drawing the American people into repentance and revival.

While walking to a food truck to buy a hot drink, he told CP, that “God’s going to do a cleansing and exposing because we’re praying ‘God, expose all of the evil. Make it crystal clear for every unbeliever so they can see the truth.’ And with that, they can make a decision clearly and see evil and good.”

Daniel Jeddman – Woara Ft. Josie Koomson & Azariah Royster

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Award Winning German Based Ghanaian Budding Gospel Musician Daniel Jeddman comes away with another mind blowing tune dubbed ”Woara”.

He did this one with Adorable Josie Koomson & amazing Azariah Royster.

Josie Koomson

Josie was the angelic female voice on the Woara track.

Azariah Royster

Azariah is the guy who played the bass solo in the beginning of the Woara Song. He is also the real little brother of Daniel Jeddman. Follow Azariah on all Social Media platforms.

Enjoy this awesome tune below,Download,share,comment and dont forget to follow him on all social media handles @Daniel Jeddman.

Click on the Woara cover picture below to download WOARA for free until 18th November, the birthday of the main artist of Woara, Daniel Jeddman

WoaraDaniel Jeddman ft. Josie Koomson x Azariah Royster