Whiskey River? | Countdown to The Call Detroit 11-11-11 Day 35 :

Whiskey River?

God is amazing… So I’m meditating on the witchcraft thing that God showed me yesterday. Then all of the sudden I’m reading the newspaper (on my cellphone) in the morning and I come across an article about Detroit formerly being known the Paris of the Midwest. It was called that because it was founded by the French, it had great architecture, and it has a lot of trees lining the streets. But one of the most interesting bits of info things in it was the fact that during the prohibition the Detroit River was known as “Whiskey River,” because 85% of the illegal alcohol in America was smuggled in through the Detroit River. Wow. There’s the root of the power of pharmakeia in our city for you right there. But that’s coming down in the authority of Jesus. Another tidbit in the article was that Detroit used to be known as the City of Churches.

Its so interesting, here we are praying through the history of Detroit, and the next morning here is this article bringing out more info on the history of Detroit. Then a few minutes later I got an email forward me another article about Detroit that had been published a few days earlier. It’s called “Confronting Metro Detroit’s Race Issues key to Moving Past Them”. Which is exactly what we’ve been praying about. The Spirit speaks expressly!

Make your way to Detroit on 11-11-11 for The Call. Pray with us. Join people all over Detroit that are fasting and praying in preparation for God to do something BIG in our city, nation, and world… NOW. Yes, NOW.

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