Thursday, May 14, 2015

America Was Dedicated to God in 1789 at Today's "Ground Zero"

St. Paul's Chapel, New York City
"St Paul's Chapel sunny jeh" by Jim.henderson -
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Last post we looked at the first collective act of the newly formed American government was to gather for prayer.

The location of St. Paul's Chapel? You will find this fascinating! Here's more from Jonathan Cahn in The Harbinger Companion with Study Guide page 114:

They gathered to commit America's future to God at the corner of Ground Zero. In fact, the very ground on which the twin towers stood was church land. They dedicated America's future to God in a little stone building, St. Paul's Chapel, which still stands there to this day.
And it was on there, on America's consecration ground, that the Sixth Harbinger, the Sycamore, had grown. It was into that soil that the Erez [Cedar] Tree was planted in place of the fallen tree.
Thus, on the day that America's foundation was laid and the nation's future committed to God's "holy protection," it happened at precisely the place where, on 9/11, His holy protection was, in part, withdrawn.

Please come back for the next post on Saturday to see what happened to St. Paul's Chapel during the attacks of September 11, 2001.

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The location of St. Paul's Chapel where America was consecrated to God is today's Ground Zero. More here:  (Tweet that!)

America's first leaders gathered to commit America's future to God at the corner of Ground Zero.  (Tweet that!)

The very ground on which the Twin Towers stood was church land.  (Tweet that!)

They dedicated America's future to God in a little stone building, St. Paul's Chapel, which still stands there to this day. (Tweet that!)

On America's consecration ground the 6th Harbinger, the Sycamore, had grown and the Cedar Tree was planted. (Tweet that!)

At the place America's foundation was laid and the nation's future committed to God's "holy protection" is precisely where, on 9/11 his holy protection was withdrawn.  (Tweet that!)


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