Josh Brunken (15 Nov 2011)
"National Day of Repentance on December 10 2011 across the country"
We have a National Day of Prayer. We now have a National Day of Repentance. We don't call for a National Day of Rage.
We call for a National Day of Repentance.
Across America we have lost the ability to say I'm sorry and ask for forgiveness, not only from each other but especially from God.
It is time to acknowledge our sins before God as individuals and as a Nation and bring our hearts into an attitude of Repentance.
Doesn't ...mean we will magically be transformed, but it does bring our hearts to obediently follow Christ which ultimately is the best freedom one can enjoy.

It is also the means by which we can invite God's healing on our Country.
Healing from the many social and cultural diseases that have infected our country in the form of individual sin and combined all together sin.
We will soon loose America if we as a people do not humble ourselves and pray and seek His face and turn from our wicked ways.
If we do then He will hear from heaven and will forgive our sin and will heal our land not because He all of a sudden learns of all our sin, because He already knows and sees it, but because we will be obedient to follow His commands.