The 700 Club with Pat Robertson

Dave Bruno


Author of several books, featuring, A House Tha Contends (2010)

Co-founder, TheCall solemn assemblies – a movement of prayer gatherings for revival

Part of the leadership team at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) Kansas City, MO

Married to wife, Therese for over 30 years

5 sons, 2 daughters


Lou Engle: A House That Contends

By The 700 Club

Lou Engle says Virginia has always been instrumental in the great shifts in American history.   It has always risen as a lead state in this nation - how Virginia goes affects the whole nation.  Virginia is an “in the gap” state (as described by the prophet Ezekiel in Ezekiel 22 of those who intercede before God on behalf of the needs of His people).  The hope is that as the nation gathers in Fredericksburg, Virginia on May 26th, 2012 that God will use Virginia as a revival catalyst, a wall of intercession will be built, and God will show this nation an undeserved mercy.  Lou feels that we are being brought into another great crisis in American history.    We are in a “hinge of history moment” where we need to cry out to God for the Blood of Jesus to cleanse us for the sins of this nation.  The word Lou received from God is, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”  God has shown him the “house divided” is the racial tension in this country.  Also, he received prophetic revelation that the grace period for abortion is coming to an end and we must atone for the shedding of innocent blood.    This bloodshed has its roots in American history.  Lou says in Appomattox and Fredericksburg, Virginia is where much blood was spilled in this country during the Civil and Revolutionary Wars.  That is a part of the significance of rallying in prayer where much blood was spilled – to intercede on behalf of the blood that has been shed as a result of racism and abortion and ask for God’s mercy on behalf of our nation.  Also, Fredericksburg is located 50 miles south of Washington, D.C. and Lou feels that God wants people to intercede “right at the gate” of our nation’s capital.  This is our hope: “God save America.”  Through fasting and prayer during this critical hour, we dare to believe that God again will show us His mercy.

TheCall has had gatherings and events since its founding twelve years ago that coincide with the racial tension and abortion issues.  TheCall Detroit interceded for and has seen reconciliation among the races.   TheEstherCall was recently held as 39 women (representing the 39 years since the Roe v Wade decision) who had either had abortions or were survivors of abortions.  They prayer walked for 250 miles for 21 days to intercede for life and the consideration of the health care law that would offer insurance coverage for abortions.  After the May 26th event in Fredericksburg, TheEstherCall will have a time of prayer and communion at Appomattox, VA and a declarative word over Washington, D.C.  Unexpectedly, this will be happening around the time the Supreme Court will be making a decision concerning the health care bill.

Pat Robertson also received a word from God during the New Year 2012:

“Your country will be torn apart by internal stress.  A house divided cannot stand…This is a spiritual battle which can only be won by overwhelming prayer.   The future of the world is at stake because if America falls, there no longer exists a strong champion of freedom and a champion of the oppressed of the world. There must be an urgent call to prayer.”

Robertson believes the Lord is calling each of us to pray for America and we need a great move of the Holy Spirit to cover our nation…to bring repentance, godliness, and unity to this land that we love.   He supports TheCall in Fredericksburg, VA and hopes people will be a part of standing in the gap for America.  He believes with all of his heart that praying in unity is exactly what God wants us to do right now.  Although as a nation we’re facing a time of maximum stress and peril, Robertson says God Almighty hasn’t given up on this land.  Our God is love and His desire is salvation, not judgment.  Robertson urges everyone to stand together in this battle as we fast and pray for the future of our country.

TheCall is not an event. It is a grassroots movement emphasizing prayer, worship and fasting for spiritual breakthrough. It is a nameless and faceless movement joining the generations. The musicians on stage are worshippers, not entertainers.  These gatherings are cross-cultural and cross-denominational.

Lou, as a visionary and co-founder of TheCall, has a heart passion to call young adults into a lifestyle of radical prayer, fasting, holiness and acts of justice.   TheCall began in Washington, DC in 2000, gathering over 400,000 people to pray and fast for the United States. Since 2000, TheCall has gathered hundreds of thousands of people to pray both nationally and internationally. After a few years of dormancy, TheCall was revived on 07.07.07 with over 70,000 people gathering for TheCall Nashville.   Subsequently, TheCall has had numerous gatherings that target specific prayer areas.

With over 30 years of history in praying for revival, Lou has helped plant two churches, the pro-life ministry Bound4LIFE, and helped raise up the first Justice House of Prayer (JHOP) in Washington DC to pray for the Supreme Court and for righteous leaders in America.  Since 2004, JHOPs have emerged in San Francisco, Boston, New York, Montgomery, and San Diego.

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