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. . . [O]n October 21, my friend Chris B. had two simple dreams that we did not fully understand at the time, but they are now clear to us.

In the first dream, the Lord showed Chris the dimly lit stage of a school called Dominion Christian School, where he used to be a teacher. However, in the dream, the stage was enlarged, and there were thousands of “prodigals” returning to the stage of that school.

We believe that the Lord was speaking to us through the dream that the stage was being set for “Dominion” Christianity to be restored to the Body of Christ. For years, the Church has acquiesced the earth realm to the forces of darkness, but now, the Lord was clearly speaking to us to recover the Dominion mandate and prevail in prayer over wickedness (Please know that we are not necessarily advocating Dominion theology. We simply believe that the Lord is saying that he is restoring the attitude and position of “domination” in prayer over darkness).

In the second dream, the Lord spoke to Chris specifically about the Supreme Court. In the dream, he was shown that a “New Jersey” was being placed on the Court. At the time, the dream made no sense to us since Harriet Miers had already been nominated to the Supreme Court. But in Chris’ dream, the “New Jersey” was not Harriet Miers. Because the dream was nonsensical to us at the time, we filed it away for more prayer.

Only a week later, when Harriet Miers withdrew her nomination to the Court, we knew that the Lord had spoken to us through Chris’ dreams, but we were still not entirely sure what or who the “New Jersey” was. The Scriptures make it clear that exaltation comes not from the east nor the west, “But God is the judge; it is He who puts down one and exalts another” (Psalm 70:6-7).

Thus, this past weekend, when we received the reports that Samuel Alito, FROM NEW JERSEY, would be President Bush’s new nominee, we knew that God was orchestrating the entire episode. I feel that the Lord has revealed to us the person who is to replace Sandra Day O’Connor on the Supreme Court of the United States. We believe that Lord is saying through those series of dreams that the Church is to cry out for the Lord’s Dominion over the Supreme Court and the Alito nomination.

Normally, you’d probably dismiss folks like these as the crazies they surely are. But these are not normal times now, are they?

These are times when your President can call for a crusade in the Middle East.

A time when torture becomes an accepted measure to defend “freedom and democracy.”

A Time when Congress will debate and then pass a law to intervene in a family’s private decision regarding whether to continue life support for a brain dead woman.

A time when religious fanatics bully multinational corporations into discriminatory practices against gay and lesbian communities.

A time when a vaccine that could save the lives of young women for years to come from the threat of cervical cancer is challenged because conservative religious zealots claim it might lead to increased sexual activity.

A time when Americans’ right to use birth control has been vigorously opposed by these same fanatics, and schools are required to teach abstinence as the only sure method to prevent sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS.

No friends, in times like these it pays to know what the “other side” believes, and what actions they intend to take to accomplish their goals.

Because of the words the Lord has continually spoken to me and to the prophetic voices around the nation, I believe that the Lord intends to end abortion and restore righteousness and justice back to our nation. Thus, the question we ask should not be what the consequences will be if Judge Samuel Alito holds opinions contrary to the will of God. Instead, the question we ask should be what will the consequences be if the Church fails to respond to the Lord’s promptings for intercession for this man and the Supreme Court. Ultimately, the responsibility of the Supreme Court belongs to the Church.

As I write this, my company of young intercessors has embarked on another extended season of continual (24 hours a day until the confirmation process is complete) worship and intercession for the destiny of our nation . While we are only few in numbers here in Washington, D.C., these young adults understand the urgency of the hour in which we now live and are crying out to the Lord for “speedy justice” and for the kingdom of God to be manifested in this present, throbbing moment.

The Church of America has fought too long and hard to relent and ease back now. So often after fighting long and hard battles, the Church is deceived into complacency and self-satisfaction. Now is not the hour to hold back. I am calling for the body of Christ around the United States and the nations to press in through fasting and intercession for the situation concerning the Supreme Court. All these years of prayer for the ending of abortion and the erosion of righteousness and justice in this nation hangs in the balance. Now, it is our turn to respond in prayer and fasting — to lay a hold of God’s eternal purposes for the Supreme Court and ultimately, the destiny of this nation. Our response now will determine our future tomorrow. History is shaped by the intercessor!

For more information of the “cause” they are fighting for, go here. Basically, despite their denials, these are Dominionists, and they, and all who express similar beliefs, bear close watching. That people with these beliefs have attained influence and access to powerful GOP politicians should cause you great alarm, in my humble opinion.

Dominionists have gained extensive control of the Republican Party and the apparatus of government throughout the United States; they continue to operate secretly. Their agenda to undermine all government social programs that assist the poor, the sick, and the elderly is ingeniously disguised under false labels that confuse voters. Nevertheless, as we shall see, Dominionism maintains the necessity of laissez-faire economics, requiring that people “look to God and not to government for help.”

It is estimated that thirty-five million Americans who call themselves Christian, adhere to Dominionism in the United States, but most of these people appear to be ignorant of the heretical nature of their beliefs and the seditious nature of their political goals. So successfully have the televangelists and churches inculcated the idea of the existence of an outside “enemy,” which is attacking Christianity, that millions of people have perceived themselves rightfully overthrowing an imaginary evil anti-Christian conspiratorial secular society.

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