Pastor John Hagee On 40 Days Of Prayer

Message to ALL Christians in America from Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio , Texas .

Greetings to all of our Salt Covenant Partners and friends across the nation and around the world. First, I want to express my profound appreciation to President Barack Obama for doing what all of the Republican candidates have not been able to do for months:


he unified the Bible-believing church in America in one week over the issue of abortion. When the President ordered the Catholic Church to provide contraceptives to prevent the birth of new life, he hit a nerve in the heart of every true Catholic and Evangelical.Being a politician, he will attempt to compromise his position until after the election and then release the full power of government to force the church to obey the state. Think about this! If he made this bold statement before the election, consider how brutal he will be if he is re-elected!I have said it before and I will say it again: the election on November 6, 2012 for the office of President is the day of decision for America . Four more years of Obama will bring absolute socialism to America . Our children and grandchildren will never know the greatness of America that we have experienced. THIS MUST NOT HAPPEN!FORTY DAYS OF PRAYER

I am asking the Christians of America to join us in 40 days of prayer for this Presidential election. These 40 days of prayer will begin on September 28, 2012. You can do it individually or in groups, but prayer is the most powerful force God has given us to bring our nation back to righteousness. I’ll be saying more about this as the year progresses, but mark it on your calendar and start telling your family, friends, and church members NOW about the 40 days of prayer.


Pastor John Hagee


If my people, which are called by my name,
shall humble themselves, and pray, seek my face,
and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear
from heaven, and will forgive their sin,
and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14

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9 thoughts on “Pastor John Hagee On 40 Days Of Prayer

  1. Great Message. Should be passed on to all God-fearing people in our nation. We will certainly join in the 40 days of prayer beginning Sept. 28. God Bless you, Pastor Hagee.

  2. God Bless you Pastor Hagee, I have signed up for your 40 days of prayer and I pray that many thousands more do the same. Our country needs to get on its collective knees and pray, God is the only one who can save us. I plan on voting the Bible in November.

  3. Pastor Hagee… i have a prayer group on FB called Maiden Ships..and we are gearing up for the call of GOD to unite in prayer! I have others send me posts from somewhere else that are also sencing a call from God to pray then… AMEN Thank you to our present President Barak Obama for causing the christians to pray…. musta been God’s plan all along!!!

  4. Curious, Pastor Hagee, you hate Catholics until you can use them for your political goals. I wonder people fall for this chicanery.

    Elaine Smith

    ED: Thank you for your comment. Pastor Hagee did issue an apology which was accepted by Bill Donohue of the Catholic League. We hope Pastor had ceased making disparaging remarks about the Catholic Church. We post it here for your convenience:
    Letter of apology and reconciliationOn May 12, 2008, Hagee issued a letter of apology to William Donohue, the president of the Catholic League, expressing regret for “any comments that Catholics have found hurtful.”[41] He apologized for condemning Catholics for what he viewed was their persecution of Jews, and outright stated that he did not believe that, and many other previously held views, any longer.[41] He also said that the “great whore” comments were taken out of context and were not directed at the Catholic Church.[41] He went on to explain that his comments about the Catholic Church were made “[i]n my zeal to oppose anti-Semitism and bigotry in all its ugly forms. I have often emphasized the darkest chapters in the history of Catholic and Protestant relations with the Jews.”[42] Bill Donohue told Fox News, “I’m absolutely delighted… I haven’t seen such a quick turnaround in the 15 years that I have been president of the Catholic League…. The tone of Hagee’s letter is sincere. He wants reconciliation and he has achieved it.”[41] “Indeed, the Catholic League welcomes his apology,” Donohue wrote in a press release. “What Hagee has done takes courage and quite frankly I never expected him to demonstrate such sensitivity to our concerns. But he has done just that. Now Catholics, along with Jews, can work with Pastor Hagee in making interfaith relations stronger than ever. Whatever problems we had before are now history.”[41]

  5. This scripture 2 Chronicles 7 was taken out of context… I love pastor Hagee…but that scripture was for the Jewish people not America.
    ED: Thank you so much for your comment. It is my understanding that all Scripture is relevant to all of us. The Jewish people are God’s chosen people. Through Jesus Christ we Christians are adopted into that relationship with the father. Have a blessed day in the Lord.

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