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Pre-Recorded Worship Service – 16th & 17th Jan 2020

Title: Jehovah Jireh – The Lord Will Provide
Scripture: Genesis 22: 1 – 19
Preacher: Rev Gaurri Maniam

 

 

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Jehovah Jireh: The Lord Will Provide

I struggle with the idea of Abraham willingly sacrificing Isaac…the thought makes my stomach turn and my mind spin. It’s unnatural. It’s cruel. Because let’s face it, no one likes to read or talk about sacrifices. And even though it is central to the Gospel message, we don’t really like to talk about sacrifice… much less make it personal. Yet personal is right where God goes. Abraham treasured Isaac. Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, Isaac, WHOM YOU LOVE, and go to the region of Moriah.” (Genesis 22:2). Seriously, could God have gotten any more specific? Your son… Your only son… His name is Isaac, just in case you’re confused. You know, the son you love….yeah, that’s the one.

God called Abraham to sacrifice his Isaac…and He calls us to do the same. Whatever the “Isaac” is in our lives, nothing or no one should ever take the place that is only reserved for God in our hearts.

WHY? Because God knows that humans or “earthly things” are poor substitute gods. Only God can fulfill our needs. But in order for us to know this truth, we must be willing to walk up the mountain of obedience…our own “Moriah”, willing to “sacrifice” in our hearts what we love more than God. Because we have all fallen for the lie that we know what’s better for us than God does.

We struggle in our walk of obedience because at the heart of the matter, we don’t trust God can provide. So many times we think we know what’s best for us. We fail to walk in obedience to what God calls us to do because we don’t trust Him to be faithful and trustworthy. We fear He won’t provide. We fear He won’t come through for us. We fear our obedience will cost us too much because there is some sort of sacrifice involved. We settle for the guy or girl in front of us because we don’t trust that God can provide anyone better. We settle for the easy so we don’t have to trust in the difficult.

So what is God calling you to sacrifice?

Maybe, just maybe there is something better for you on the other side of that sacrifice. For some of you, it may be a better situation…a new job, a healthier lifestyle….or a stronger relationship with God. One thing we do see in this story is that Abraham had learned to take God at His word. God spoke and Abraham obeyed….even when he didn’t understand. Even when the plan wasn’t clear. Abraham trusted that God would live up to His name: Jehovah-Jireh…“The Lord will provide”. “We will worship and then WE will come back to you.” (Genesis 22:5). Abraham didn’t know how, but he placed his trust in the Lord and walked forward in obedience. The Lord will provide…

Now before you get discouraged and say “I could never trust God like Abraham…” Realize Abraham, like all of us, was a work in progress. Remember Hagar and Ishmael? Yeah, Abraham didn’t trust God fully in that situation and the result included pain for everyone affected by his disobedience and distrust. Sin has a way of doing that…affecting the innocent.

YET…God is faithful and used the opportunity to grow and refine Abraham’s faith in the process. Through the consequences of Abraham’s disobedience he learned the valuable lesson of trusting God to provide.

I don’t know what you’re walking through right now, but I want to encourage you with this truth…. God’s name is Jehovah-Jireh…“The LORD Will Provide”…let’s take Him at His name.

God’s name is not past tense, it’s future tense….He WILL provide. And He did on an old wooden cross over two thousand years ago. The Lamb of God, not a ram caught in a bush, but a Savior….a Rescuer who willingly became the sacrifice for our sins so that we might have forgiveness and freedom through Him.

Now that is something to be thankful for! (ANGELA PERRITT)

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Notices: January 16-17, 2021

IMPORTANCE NOTICE DURING MCO PERIOD
In compliance with the Movement Control Order (MCO) directive by the government which takes effect from January 13 till January 26, 2021, the following will be observed by the Church:
1. The church building is closed until further notice.
2. The church office is also closed during this period.
If you need assistance, kindly call or whatsapp anyone of them:
Pastor Gaurri @ 012-5594537
Yap Chee Kai @ 012-2360457
Taeko @ 012-2360458
Pelita Chuah @ 016-6256188
Jane @ 017-6227226
Cheng It @ 012-9153640

BUDGET PRESENTATION & FINANCIAL PLEDGE FORM 2021
This weekend is Budget Presentation 2021. You may submit the Financial Pledge Form 2021 through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit. If you need a copy of the Financial Pledge Form 2021 to be sent to you, please contact Irene Khoo at 012-7911837 or  Pelita Chuah at 016-6256188.

MISSIONS FAITH PLEDGE 2021
Please be reminded to submit your Missions Faith Pledge Form 2021. You may submit the form through the church website. Click on ‘Giving’, select the correct form, fill-up your details and submit.

2ND OFFERING
The 2nd Offering for January goes towards Scripture Union. You may give your donations during the entire month of January via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

NEXT WEEKEND SERVICES
Speaker : Rev Gaurri Manian
Dates : Sat & Sun, January 23 & 24, 2021
Sermon Title: El Shaddai-The All Powerful Sufficient God
Scripture Text: Genesis 17

LENT MEDITATIONS 2021
The Lent Meditations 2021 are now available in the church office. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Cost: RM5 per booklet. Contact  Pelita Chuah at 016-6256188 or  Hong Cheng It at 012-9153640 if you would like to have a copy.

KLANG WESLEY BROADCASTING 016-6182698
Please save this number in your mobile phone so that when the church office broadcasts messages, you will be able to receive the church news.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ONLINE TUTORING AT RAUB HOSTEL
Due to the MCO, tuition for the Orang Asli students at Raub Hostel are now held online and in dire need of volunteers to teach history, geography, BM and science. For further enquiries, please contact:
Sister Swee Yin @ 011-1058 8459
Sister Han Leyek @ 011-7221 3254
Brother Ti Teow Lay @ 019-988 5632

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR ONLINE TUTORING AT KG KACHAU
Kg Kachau Orang Asli, promising primary school students need volunteer online weekly tutors to walk with them through simple subjects like Reading, English and Maths. Anyone interested, please call Vi Vian at 012-214 1545

1ST LOCAL CONFERENCE 2021
Date : Thursday, January 28, 2021
Time : 8:00 p.m.
It will be via zoom. Rev Paul Christie, the new CD2 District Superintendent, will be presiding. All Organization/Ministry heads, please submit your report by January 17, 2021 to Pelita Chuah via email.

LCEC MEETING
Date : Saturday, January 30, 2021
Time : 1:00 p.m.
Via zoom.

CORPORATE PRAYER MEETINGS
The Zoom Prayer Meetings are as follows:
Tuesdays-Thursdays @ 8:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.
Thursdays only @ 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

HIRING
Malaysian Care is currently hiring for
the below mentioned positions:
1. Church Relations Leader
2. Community Development (Based in Miri)
For more information, please contact Lynn Tung at 603-9212 0162 ext 133 or hr@malaysiancare.org

ONLINE BANKING
While we acknowledge that many people are affected by the current CMCO situation, we encourage you to continue giving your tithes/offering during this time through online banking, The details are below:

Pledge Payment can be done via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

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Prayer List: January 17, 2021

Sunday, (Jan 17) – Pray for the Orang Asli (OA) students that as they will be returning to the Raub Hostel tomorrow, God will grant them protection from the Covid-19 virus. Pray that they will be able to successfully apply for travel permits from the police so their travel back to the hostel will be unhindered and smooth. Pray that these students will be able to adapt well to the online tuition provided by Christian tutors. Pray for wisdom, strength and God’s divine guidance for the warden and OA wardens as they take care of the students. Pray that God will individually touch and walk with every OA teenager in the hostel that they will grow up as men and women of God.

Monday, (Jan 18) – Praise God that He is our faithful Provider, that He has always provided what we needed, and always knows what our real needs are, better than we know. Pray that we will learn to trust Him more in every situation, and to trust in His ability and not our own. Pray that He will teach us to see difficulties in our lives from His perspective, that He is using difficulties and delays to perfect and develop our trust in Him. Although we do not always understand when things do not work out the way we expect, pray that we will always trust that God will never fail to provide for our needs in His time and in His way.

Tuesday, (Jan 19) – Schools are scheduled to reopen tomorrow, January 20, 2021 for examination classes, e.g. the Form 5 & Form 6 classes. Pray that all the students and teachers will abide strictly to the SOPs, and for God’s protection upon them, that they will stay healthy. Pray also for the rest of the students who will be continuing with online classes. Pray that God will provide for the poorer students who do not have laptops/computers so they will be able to join the online classes. Pray especially for the teachers as they conduct these online classes, for wisdom and creativity, and for the students to get used to the new normal of studying, and that they will benefit from these online lessons.

Wednesday, (Jan 20) – Pray for the Nation: Pray that God will expose the political leaders whose personal interests matter more to them than the well-being of the nation, Pray that the leaders will truly and sincerely adhere to their goals of mitigating the Covid-19 numbers in their all-out efforts to do so, and not short-change the rakyat by focusing on their own power struggle agendas. Pray for wisdom for the government to find solutions and measures to counter the pandemic-related financial stress which would subsequently have an adverse impact on the people’s mental health unless quick measures are taken to address it.

Thursday, (Jan 21) – The new MCO will bring more job losses, and the closure of businesses, and this will lead to anger, anxiety and depression, which will likely result in a rise in suicides due to social isolation, and increased domestic violence. Pray that the public will cooperate with the authorities during this lockdown, and by God’s grace, the number of daily infections will go down before the situation deteriorates further. Pray that the rakyat will understand the challenges and trials faced by the frontliners, and will not make the situation worse by defiantly flouting the SOPs. Pray that God will continue to sustain the frontliners, and grant them physical, mental and emotional strength, and protect them and their families from the Covid-19 virus.

Friday, (Jan 22) – Pray for TRAC: Commit to the Lord our various District Superintendents. Pray for God’s strength and wisdom as they lead the various churches under their respective districts. Pray that they will be able to manage their time well as they will soon enter into a season of Local Conferences, and eventually the District Conferences. Pray that God will bless their ministries and their families.

Saturday, (Jan 23) – Pray for the World: The pandemic death toll has exceeded 2 million people worldwide, the daily numbers of Covid-19 infections continue to soar in many nations, and health-care systems all over the world are collapsing. Pray that God will grant wisdom and guidance to the governments of the world’s nations to deal with the situation. Pray that people worldwide will turn to Christ and find hope in Him as they struggle with the devastation of the pandemic.

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Recorded Live Streaming Worship Service – 9th & 10th Jan 2021

Title: New Start In Jesus
Scripture: Mark 1: 4 – 11
Preacher: Mr Yap Chee Kai

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1. 2020 as the unprecedented ‘disruptive’ year (covid19 pandemic): have we truly learned what God has to say to us?

2. Whilst we desire to make a real, new start in 2021, yet in reality, have our spiritual life changed much from 2020?

3. In today’s passage, we will see God’s people making a new start, not just wishy-washy another year of new resolution, but a real start – a total breakthrough from their state of wilderness.

2.0 THE SETTING

1. Mark identifies John the Baptists in two ways.

2. Firstly, John is identified as the “voice” in verse 2 and 3.

3. John is the fulfilment of the expectation of Elijah’s return (Malachi 3:1; 4:5) and the ultimate realization of Isaiah 40:3.

4. Secondly, Mark links John as Elijah (2 Kings 1:8) by his garments, modesty diet (v.6) and his bold message of repentance (vv.2-3).

3.0 THE MINISTRY OF JOHN THE BAPTIST (VV.4 – 8)

1. With this setting in mind, in verse 4: John appeared, baptizing in the wilderness and proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins.

2. Even before the Israelites’ exile, it has been prophesied God will deliver his people (eschatological hope of the exodus typology is fulfilled in Hosea 2:14; 12:9 and Isaiah 40:3-4, 41:18-19; 43:19-20; 48:20-21; 51:9-11).

3. God will cleanse their sins, make them clean, pours his Spirit into their hearts and give them his promised King: a new start as God’s people.

4. Israel is waiting for the coming kingdom which closely linked to the notion of repentance.

5. The Hebrew notion repentance is to “turn back” or “return” to Yhwh; by abandoning their wrong ways and return to God’s ways in obedient to start anew again.

6. How did they respond? Verse 5: All of the country of Judea and all Jerusalem were going out to him and were being baptized by him in the river of Jordan, confessing their sins.

7. They want to be a new people, a nation with a new start, awaiting God to bring his kingdom.

8. Could John accomplish this mighty task? John says no in verse 7. After me comes he who is mightier than I, the strap of those sandals I am not worthy to stoop down and untie.

9. John affirms us the One coming after him, is far greater than him: John is not even worthy to carry his sandals even it is the lowliest thing to do.
10. John says in verse 8: I have baptized you with water, but he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.

11. The real baptism is the baptism of the Holy Spirit: that God people will arise anew again.

12. Mark stresses John is indeed the Messiah’s promised forerunner (v.7) and his baptism is a preparation for the messianic baptism to come (v.8).

4.0 JESUS’ BAPTISM (VV.9 – 11)

1. Mark recorded in verse 9: In those days Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan.

2. In submission to John’s baptism, Jesus acknowledges the judgment of God upon Israel.

3. Jesus comes to John as the true Israelite as a “perfect sacrifice” for the nation.

4. When Jesus got baptized, it’s like the epiphany (manifestation of God’s glory) of him as the Messiah and the Son of God.

5. In verse 10: And when he came up out of the water, immediately he saw the heavens being torn open and the Spirit descending on him like a dove.

6. The act of “torn-open” is recorded twice: in verse 10 here, Jesus’ baptism and Jesus’s death at the crucifixion: 15:38 – it reveals Jesus as the Son of God.

7. The “dove” represents the Spirit of God in the beginning (Genesis 1:2) descend into Jesus – declares of his divine sonship and his unique identity with the Father.

8. This marks the starting again – the inauguration of the long-awaited return of the kingdom of God.

9. There is another voice, pointing to Jesus. In verse 11: You are my beloved Son, with you I am well pleased. The Father loves his Son, and takes delight in him.

10. The declaration at the baptism distinctly identifies:
* Jesus as the Son of God, echoing Psalm 2:7: Jesus as the enthroned king of Israel.
* Jesus the fulfilment of the original image of sonship that linked to Israel’s call in Exodus 4:22-23: “Israel is my firstborn son, and I say to you, “Let me my son go that he may serve me.”

11. Mark’s expression of “with you I am well pleased” actually comes from Isaiah 42:1.

12. Jesus as the suffering servant to be the king must be sacrificed echoing in Genesis 22:2.

5.0 OUR RESPONSE

1. If we long to start anew again in 2021, let’s “PUSH” (Pray Until the Savior Helps) ourselves a new start in Jesus.

2. Two applications we can apply in our lives.

3. One: Re-examining your Christian lives in your relationship with God.

* Do you know Christ as who he is?
* Do you belong to his kingdom?
* Are you subject to him as your king and Lord? Are you assured on the Day of Judgment you will be saved from God’s eternal wrath?

* If your life reflects the life of Elijah or John, people will see Christ in you through how you live out the gospel.

* On the contrary, if you have gone astray from God and no longer subjected to Christ as your king and Lord, today is the day you come back to him in repentance and recommit your life to him.

* Start anew in Jesus. Psalm 2:12 reminded us “Blessed are all who take refuge in him”.

4. Second: Pointing to Christ and Proclaiming the Gospel.

5. Are you like John, truly living out the gospel in both doing and being?

* Are you faithful in your calling just like John in accomplishing God’s will in your life?
* Have you been proclaiming he gospel to your love ones or your neighbors that have not known Jesus?
* We need to urge them to repent and be forgiven before it is too late.
( To invite them to meet Jesus and find anew life, an everlasting life in him.

6.0 CLOSING

1. Let’s join the voice of John and the voice of the Father as we proclaim Jesus.

2. In this season of Epiphany and a new year, let us desire to know him in a greater measure of faith and love for indeed he is our Lord. Let us all start anew in Jesus. Let us pray.

 

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I Need A Fresh Start

As a personal trainer years ago, January was always an exciting month. People packed the gym, energy soared and hope flowed like water. This was a fresh new start. Great things were ahead!

Then, come February 1 … you know where this is going. I’ve been right there too, making progress on some goals, then weeks later, getting bogged down by inner shame: I failed. I can’t do this. I am not enough. I messed up — all hope is lost!

There is nothing magical about January 1st and no matter what you’ve done or not done, great things are ahead with God. The best is yet to come. Every day we are given the opportunity to be made new in Christ, not by our might, but by our surrender. As Paul reveals in 2 Corinthians 5:17: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!”.

I need that truth written on a Post-it Note and plastered to my forehead every day.

As a toddler mama, wife, business owner and friend, I mess up a lot. We need new starts around here like we need daily food and clean diapers. I try to control just about everything: naptimes, schedules and my to-do lists. When things begin getting out of control and I feel Madame Overwhelmed creeping up behind me, I think back to a cold day one November when things started to change.

I was so afraid to let go. I was afraid of more pain. I was afraid my life would never be the same.

But I soon realized that the tighter I held the reins of control, the more intense the pain became. The day my daughter Grace was born, I learned a life-altering truth: my need for control was holding life back.

Perhaps your roadblocks aren’t roadblocks at all, but rather new beginnings in disguise. Perhaps your missteps are actually opportunities for growth, greater closeness with God or a nudge to take a leap of faith.

In order for a seed to sprout, the outer casing first has to fall away, or surrender, in order for new life to come. The same is true with our lives. We must let go a little — or sometimes a lot — for our new start to be revealed. As Paul says in Philippians 3:13b-14, “Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus”.

My middle school English teacher had the words “This too shall pass” permanently painted on her classroom bulletin board. (And am I grateful that the awkward days of perming my already-curly hair did pass!) While those words on the chalkboard didn’t originate from the Bible, they do reveal some truth.

This life and everything in it will pass away, but God’s love never changes. Our new start can’t be found in more money, more business, more fun, more stuff or more visits to the gym. Our new start is found only in Him. (LARA CASEY)

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Notices: January 9-10, 2021

THE CHURCH CLOSED
The church is closed during CMCO. If you need to contact the office staff, these are the contact numbers:
Pastor Gaurri @ 0 12-559 4537
Yap Chee Kai @ 012 2360 457
Taeko @ 012 236 0458
Pelita Chuah @ 016 625 6188
Jane @ 017 622 7226
Cheng It @ 012 915 3640

2ND OFFERING
The 2nd Offering for January goes towards Scripture Union. You may give your donations during the entire month of January via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

NEXT WEEKEND SERVICES
Speaker : Rev Gaurri Manian
Dates : Sat & Sun, January 16 & 17, 2021
Sermon Title: Jehovah Jireh
Scripture Text: Genesis 22: 1-19

BUDGET PRESENTATION
There will be budget presentation on the weekend services on January 16 & 17, 2021.

MISSION FAITH PLEDGE 2021
Please be reminded to submit your Mission Faith Pledge 2021. You can either drop it in church office or via post.

1ST LOCAL CONFERENCE 2021
Date : Thursday, January 28, 2021
Time : 8:00 p.m.
It will be via zoom. Rev Paul Christie, the new CD2 District Superintendent, will be presiding. All Organization/Ministry heads, please submit your report by January 17, 2021.

LCEC MEETING
Date : Saturday, January 30, 2021
Time : 1:00 p.m.
Via zoom.

CORPORATE PRAYER MEETINGS
The Zoom Prayer Meetings are as follows:
Tuesdays-Thursdays @ 8:00 a.m.-8:30a.m.
Thursdays only @ 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

HIRING
Malaysian Care is currently hiring for
the below mentioned positions:
1. Church Relations Leader
2. Community Development (Based in Miri)
For more information, please contact Lynn Tung at 603-9212 0162 ext 133 or hr@malaysiancare.org

ONLINE BANKING
While we acknowledge that many people are affected by the current CMCO situation, we encourage you to continue giving your tithes/offering during this time through online banking, The details are below:

Pledge Payment can be done via Online to Wesley Methodist Church Klang Bank Account No: UOB 171-315-561-1

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Prayer List: January 10, 2021

Sunday, (Jan 10) – Confess to God that there are times we have found ourselves overwhelmed because we wanted to be in control of our own lives. Praise God that as we surrender to Him, His radical grace makes all things new. Pray that the Lord will help us see our failures and mistakes as He sees them: opportunities to draw closer to Him. Pray that Christ will help us find our worth and identity only in Him, not in our accomplishments and not in our missteps. As our new start cannot be found in more money, more business, more fun, more stuff, but is found only in Christ, pray that we will draw closer to Him this year, always sure of the fresh start we have been given because of His sacrifice.

Monday, (Jan 11) – Praise God for the week-long hybrid morning watches that began on January 2, 2021, that everything went off smoothly, and there was good coordination between those who were physically present and those who joined via zoom. Thank God that an average of 25 people came for the prayer meetings. As the church continues to have our regular zoom prayer meetings on Tuesday & Wednesday mornings, and on Thursday mornings and nights, pray that the CG leaders will continue to promote these prayer meetings to their cell members, and more people will join the prayer meetings.

Tuesday, (Jan 12) – The number of daily Covid-19 cases continue to be high due to the loosening of interstate travel restrictions and lack of SOP compliance. The Health DG warns that the number of daily infections can reach 8,000 a day in March if the infectivity rate continues to remain high. Pray for wisdom for the health authorities to come up with new containment strategies to bring down the daily numbers, while ensuring that the economy will not be badly affected. Pray that the government will give clear guidelines where there can be no two interpretations of the SOPs. Pray that the SOPs will be strictly enforced, and those caught flouting them will be severely dealt with.

Wednesday, (Jan 13) – Pray for the Nation: Malaysia is going through a challenging time in many areas presently. Pray that as the various political parties continue to bicker and fight, cool heads will prevail and politicians will not act irresponsibly and call for a general election in the midst of a pandemic. Flooding has worsened in Peninsular Malaysia, with thousands of people being displaced across 7 states. Pray that as the flood victims are being placed in flood relief centres, they will continue to do their best to comply with the SOPs for Covid-19, and the Lord will grant them His protection.

Thursday, (Jan 14) – Pray for the Church in Malaysia, that God will guide pastors, church leaders and workers with wisdom and strength as they begin afresh this new year in view of the “new normal”. As the nation waits for the vaccine to be made available, pray that God will grant His Church the necessary spirit, attitude and giftings that will edify His people, preach the Gospel to the fearful and anxious, and reach out to the poor and needy in the community. Pray that God will strengthen His Church to be united in persevering prayer. Pray that the Lord will keep His people safe, and grant them wisdom so that they will act responsibly and comply with the SOPs in stopping the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

Friday, (Jan 15) – Pray for TRAC: Pray for our Conference Bishop, Rev Joshua Khong, as he settles into TRAC Headquaters as our TRAC Bishop. Pray that God will bestow him with wisdom as he leads the conference. Pray for the Holy Spirit to teach and to guide him in his call and appointment in this special office. Pray that God will grant him strength and joy as he carries out his responsibility as the Conference Bishop. Pray for his family, that God will keep them safe, especially his two daughters, wherever they are.

Saturday, (Jan 16) – Pray for the World: Pray for the US as the nation prepares for the inauguration of the new President on January 20, 2021. Pray for a smooth and orderly transition of power when the new President is sworn in. Pray against any form of violent protests, and that the American public will accept the new President. Pray that the people of the US will recognize a need for a national repentance, and that the nation will return to God, and embrace the faith of their founding fathers.

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