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Sean Feucht's Let Us Worship Tour has made a huge impact on America since its inception three years ago. Thousands have come to Christ through these events across the nation, and last weekend's annual gathering in Washington, DC was no exception.
Attendees worshiped and engaged in intercessory prayer for the nation, waging spiritual warfare against the leftist agenda trying to eliminate God from the American culture.
Along with the huge crowd, Feucht and his team gathered at the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court before heading to the National Mall for a worship celebration. Feucht's Let Us Worship movement has encouraged prayer to see miraculous change in the US in a culture that has clearly headed in the wrong direction spiritually.
CBN News reported that more than 400 people gathered in front of the Supreme Court "to pray, making it the largest Let Us Worship meeting at the high court, to date." People continue to rejoice at the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade back in June.
Feucht says he was awed by the overwhelming presence of God at the event held in the nation's capitol.
"God brought it all," Feucht said in a Facebook post. "His fire, His glory, His favor. Three years in a row of encountering His goodness on the National Mall in Washington. We are undone. Thank you everyone who came, watched, gave and prayed. Thank you Jesus for always showing up."
"It was a full-on, 'we are going to take D.C. by storm for Jesus' kind of moment," Feucht told CBN News.
In addition, CBN News reported that former president Donald Trump made a video appearance "urging Americans to pray for our nation," especially with one of the most crucial midterm elections in US history coming up in two weeks.
Trump lauded Feucht and others like him for taking a bold and courageous stand for Christ in this hostile culture. And, Trump said, their efforts will be well remembered in the future.
"Religious liberty is under siege and we are fighting back and fighting back like never before," Trump said. "I just want to tell you that what you are doing will never be forgotten. God will never forget it and we will never forget it."
Feucht will continue to host similar events in the upcoming months. He is grateful for the success of the Washington gathering and gives all the honor where it is due.
"... No words for tonight. Jesus, you may receive the glory from the nation's capitol.," Feucht's Facebook page read. "The journey has just begun."
Shawn A. Akers is the online editor at Charisma Media.
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