Revivalist Sean Feucht was 16 years old at The Call with Lou Engle in 2000 when he says "God dropped this mantle of intercession on me for the ending of Roe v. Wade."
Now celebrating leaked news that five Supreme Court Justices favor overturning the landmark abortion ruling, Feucht and Engle say the spiritual war over the innocent unborn begins.
"What a moment of time we are living in," says Engle, who for 18 years has led millions of intercessors in praying, "God, I plead Your blood over my sins and the sins of my nation. God, end abortion. Send revival to America."
The purpose behind leaking the Justices' intent to upend Roe v. Wade is "to create massive social unrest — to basically cause one of the Judges to change their mind," says Engle.
His peace comes from a dream and Scripture.
"A Nigerian lady — I've never met her— had a dream very recently. In the dream, she met me in front of the Supreme Court, took the Life tape off my mouth and put tape on my forehead that said, 'It is finished.' Thousands of young and old people were putting on the tape," Engle says.
Now is not the time to get anxious. "I say to intercessors, stand before the throne of God and declare 'The blood has done it,'" Engle says.
There have been tons of dreams about a "great communion revival" that is coming to America. "Right now it is time to expect a blood revival that far surpasses anything we've seen," says Engle.
Feucht is tasked by the Lord with writing songs about the Lamb of God — Jesus at the center of the throne — who has overcome. "The centerpiece of the great revival will not be great preachers, not evangelistic programs, not stadiums. It will be about the Lamb," says Engle.
Six months ago, the Lord directed Engle to Psalm 149. "The Lord spoke to me, 'You're always binding the devil, but I want you to bind five Judges into a coalition of conscience with chains that cannot be broken.'
"The Lord said, 'I want you to mobilize prayer to bind five Judges on the Supreme Court into a coalition of conscience that no threats or witchcraft will break.'
"I want to call people to bind these five Judges. Bind them into a coalition of conscience that will last over the next two months. No death threats. No witchcraft will cause them to change," Engle says.
Feucht asks for an army of intercessors to rise up around these Judges who will "hold the line on their decision."
Engle believes the next battle of the spiritual war for the unborn will be among the states. "I believe we're going to enter into a revival similar to the days of the (American) Civil War where God poured out His Spirit.
"I believe we're in a civil war again in the states. I'm starting with Colorado, which means the color red — that God would make Colorado a red state by the blood of Jesus," Engle says.
Steve Rees is a former general assignment reporter who, with one other journalist, first wrote about the national men's movement Promise Keepers from his home in Colorado. Rees and Promise Keepers founder Bill McCartney attended the Boulder Vineyard. Today Rees writes in his free time.
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