Posted by: Admin on Thu, Apr 1, 2004
Bill Keller, founder of Liveprayer, has called for a 40-day period of prayer and fasting for the United States from May 1st-June 9th.� In just over 54 months, www.Liveprayer.com has become the world's largest interactive Christian website, ministering to over 2 million people worldwide every day through its "live video" Internet site and the Daily Devotional Keller writes 7 days a week for an opt-in subscriber base of just over 1.9 million people worldwide.� Keller is also the host of "Liveprayer," a "live" call-in prayer program every Monday thru Friday from 1 a.m-2 a.m. on the UPN
affiliate in Tampa, Florida.
Keller shared a prophecy last week with his subscribers that President George Bush would NOT be re-elected in November due to his failure to take a strong leadership role in many key issues that are affecting the spiritual
health of the United States.� It is Keller's feeling that only by the people of the United States asking forgiveness from the God of the Bible for their gross sins and turning their hearts back to the God of the Bible (much like
the people of Nineveh did in the Book of Jonah Chapter 3), will God hold back His pending judgment on the United States.
Keller has asked publicly and privately for President Bush to issue a proclamation to the nation calling all citizens to observe this time of prayer and fasting and turn their hearts back to the God of the Bible, despite what the personal consequences to himself may be, much like the proclamation made by the King of Nineveh in the Book of Jonah Chapter 3.� Keller stated, "I do not question President Bush's relationship with Christ, but there are times every Believer has to take a stand for the Lord, and this is his/her opportunity."
You can read Keller's prophecy on the upcoming Presidential election and his two follow-up messages including the full text of his call to the nation for
this 40-day period of prayer and fasting at www.liveprayer.com under the "Presidential Prophecy" link on the homepage.
Keller can be reached for comments and interviews through [email protected] or at 727-420-7005.
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