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Cindy Jacobs Unveils Plan to Palin's Wasilla Church that Army of Prayer Intercessors Will Shift 2012 Elections

Cindy Jacobs in WasillaRight Wing Watch is reporting that Christian dominionist, "apostle" and "prophet" Cindy Jacobs made an appearance at Sarah Palin's church, the Wasilla Assembly of God, to unveil a prophetic vision about the 2012 elections in America's "Christian nation."

Apparently referring to her Root 52 intercessory prayer warriors, Jacobs declared,

And no one can say this is not a Christian nation.  Every single state constitution is dedicated to God and there was no doubt that God was Jesus.

And so we went to reestablish roots with God — covenantal  roots with God and with Israel and all 50 states.  And we fasted and prayed and let me tell you, it was just amazing how it coalesced intercession.  Incredible stories.  You know, we can just tell you story after story of signs and wonders and the glory of God coming and, you know what He did during this year and we believe it affected the elections.   So anyway, but we did that and this year our project is to raise 10,000 intercessors per state.  Chuck Pierce prophesied  we should do that and we believe the prophets.  And so by the end of this year we hope to have 500,000 intercessors mobilized to pray for the nation for the 2012 elections to shift this nation to righteousness and justice.

Jacobs rose to evangelical power after she was allegedly visited by an angel when she was suffering from depression.  She has claimed to exorcise demons of homosexuality, anointed the future president of the United States and preached that Christians should buy up all diamond mines and oil wells (same link).  Earlier this year, she suggested that the massive bird and fish deaths in Arkansas were due to gay rights and that the murky, green camera mirage of a horseman riding through the riots in Cairo could be a supernatural sign of the 4th Horseman of the Apocalypse.  Generals International, spearheaded by Jacobs, the apostle and prophet, is a featured member of Awakening 2011, an event scheduled for May in which Republican congress members and candidates will be mingling with members of the religious right to empower a new "revolution" in America.

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  • Lynne

    What part of God's intervention in the 2008 election don't these idiots get yet? He may be using Palin, but I don't think they have figured it out that it isn't the way they'd like. Guess they're going to give Him another chance to get it right…yeah.

    • I assumed that she was talking about the 2010 midterms, but you're right, Lynne, it could have been 2008 that she was referring to. I'm assuming the righteousness and justice that she is talking about is 100% GOP in all three branches of the government, a ban on homosexuality, personhood (i.e., protection of zygotes), a ban on contraceptives, mandatory prayer in the classroom, Christian symbology all over the public square, and teaching Creationism in school. Perhaps replacing the Constitution with the bible will also be part of the plan.


  • Lynne

    She probably was talking about 2010. That's just my take on the 2008 elections and Obama's victory. Well, if they stay busy praying, it'll keep them out of trouble.

  • LarryLinn

    My grandparents had to flee Northern Ireland after death threats because of conflicts between Catholics and Protestants. She was Protestant, and he was Catholic. When I became of age, I volunteered and joined the Army, and I served as an 11B Infantryman. Most of my time in the field was in squad or platoon size operations. We would have discussions about what we were fighting for. It always came back to the “Bill of Rights”. To me the most important was “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”.
    What else did our Founding Fathers have to say about religion?
    "Question with boldness even the existence of a god." – Thomas Jefferson (letter to Peter Carr, 10 August 1787):
    "All natural institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian, or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit." Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason;
    "Religion and government will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together", John Madison.
    “Lighthouses are more helpful than Churches”, Benjamin Franklin.

    • Wow – great story! Thanks for sharing your experience as an Infantryman and the questions that you guys would talk about.

      The quotes are good ones. The way the founding fathers are painted by right wing media today, you'd think they were all pious churchgoers who wanted the land run by preachers of the holy bible.

      Perhaps bus signs and bill boards would be less antagonistic if they used some of these quotes. It would certainly be an antithesis to the constant drone of founding fathers' worship and Christian nationalism that seems to pervade the media today.


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