A Washington D.C. Mall call to unity, again.


Little lambs, you are conflicted. You see your nation going by way of darkness, as if every God-hating group with an agenda is in the driver’s seat, driving the nails into the coffin of a nation you hardly recognize anymore.  America is a corpse of its former self.

And then you find 2 Chronicles 7:14:

“If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, pray, and seek My face, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land.”

“That’s it!” you exclaim. If we would just… Then God will…

If we would just…

If we would just repent, then God will heal our land. That is what we are being promised by some of the most prolific pastors in America today. And it sounds so right, doesn’t it? Because God said it to His people. And we are His people, right?

This weekend on September 11 we in the United States mark the anniversary of that day when airplanes, towers, safety and trust came crashing down. And on this day we’re being urged to lay down our doctrinal differences and join in yet another call for Christian unity, to gather in the name of Jesus in our nation’s capitol to pray as one.


The Washington Mall event headlined by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn is called, “If My People.” It hangs its hat on the one word that other unity gatherings have lacked – the one word that seems to lend legitimacy to this movement: Repent.

Yes, we must repent for our sins. And yet…

Who is this “We?”

A question that needs to be asked here is, can we repent on behalf of the ungodly people or groups we blame for ruining this nation? Will God heal our land if we repent on behalf of Planned Parenthood, or Black Lives Matter, or Hillary, or Donald, or…? Or are we commanded to repent of our own sin, pray for the ungodly, and perhaps even (gasp) give them the True Hope we have in Christ.


Rather than explaining once again why I’m concerned with the leaders joining theological arms with Jonathan Cahn, or warning of the dangers of dropping our walls of doctrinal truth to gather in “unity,” I’m ending with some links for your consideration. I urge you to do your own research into the legwork that other discerning writers have done for you. Be a Berean, and search the Scriptures to see if these things are so.

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4 Responses to A Washington D.C. Mall call to unity, again.

  1. John Humphries September 9, 2016 at 1:41 pm #

    Thanks Amy, I was hoping you weren’t going there, and you did not fail. For the thousandth time, we have seen and heard this verse taken out of context, instead of seeing for whom it was written and to whom. We must view it in the context of Deuteronomy 28:10 and Isaiah 43:7, when God’s people are identified specifically, in context, Israel, who belong to Him by name; every one of them. I also agree that we cannot repent for another man’s sin, but our own. Those who ask us to do otherwise make a work of such prayers, even as the Mormon’s practice Baptism for the Dead. So too these Kingdomist unifiers, promote a false teaching that is wholly un-scriptural, making a work of preparing the way before Christ will return. Anathema! When the true believer’s of this country begin to repent of their own sins, and share the Gospel with unbeliever’s, and the Holy Spirit takes hold of the heart of the believer, only then will change come. But I digress, this world is not the home of the believer, and our view to eternity in Christ does not end here. Maranatha, Come quickly Lord Jesus!

  2. Manny1962 September 9, 2016 at 3:35 pm #

    More of the Kingdom Now heresy, I call this American Churchianity, an obsession with turning America back to the fictitious Leave It To Beaver golden age, which never really existed as we tend to see nostalgia through rose colored eye glasses. These zealots of “the kingdom” believe if “we” repent somehow God is forced to relent, how many times will Deuteronomy 28:10 and Isaiah 43:7 be pulled out of context to fit their warped narrative. We must choose the right party, the right candidate and then take over governmental institutions to usher I. The kingdom! What utter nonsense! Blaming the bride of Christ for the ills of the culture, blaming those that don’t want to be involved politically, blaming those that believe in eschatology, blaming the bride for not being vocal and for not being activists…….I ran into this over at SUFTT, got sick and tired of telling the powers that be over there to stop blaming the bride. If we blame the bride for not “saving” the culture in America, then we must blame the apostles for not “saving” the corrupt Roman culture. It turns my stomach, politicized Churchianity under the guise of unity. I’m not surprised to find the Little Rabbi involved.

  3. Molly September 11, 2016 at 7:48 am #

    Jonathan Cahn and Anne Graham Lotz are also teaming up for a Simulcast and Prophecy Seminar called “Keep Watching” at The Cove September 16-18:

    Bill Koenig of http://www.watch.org and Selah will also be there.

    • Molly September 12, 2016 at 11:32 pm #

      According to the link above, Koenig is a “special guest”. I know he is currently promoting a new book…