Tuesday, May 15, 2007

spiritual authority

If you don't know Lou Engle or TheCall or what's going down in Nashville this July, get yourself caught up real quick:

It's going to be a good time. Last week I got an email from Lou (we're buddy's - you know how effective I am with email) about a recent advance. It seem the state of Tennessee's been talking about Lou. They issued a resolution dated April 9 about him and TheCall. I won't post the whole thing, but it ends:

WHEREAS, the program for TheCall places a strong emphasis on prayer, worship, and repentance, with brief speaking segments that relate to the main topics being addressed; and

WHEREAS, as a pastor in this region and founder of such a notable and worthwhile gathering, Lou Engle epiomizes the spirit and commitment that are characteristic of a true Tennessean; and

WHEREAS, this General Assembly finds it appropriate to pause in its deliberations to acknowledge and applaud Lou Engle for his efforts on behalf of believers in the State of Tennessee and our nation; now, therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CONCURRING, that we hereby honor and commend Lou Engle for his initiaive, unfailing faith, and meritorious service to the State of Tennessee through his work with TheCall, and extend to him our best wishes for every future success.

Tennessee is begging for revival this July. Begging.

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