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VIDEO Prayer Alert 26 August 2016: Bleaching Sin Like Hillary?

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Published on Aug 26, 2016 by Christine Darg

By Christine Darg

As an intercessor and watchmen on the walls, I’m closely following all aspects of the upcoming presidential election in the United States. What happens in America affects Israel, the Mideast and the world.

We’re praying that truth will be revealed increasingly so Americans can make important decisions on how to vote.

In a news interview  today, Congressman Trey Gowdy revealed that democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton had used a special software called BleachBit to wipe out all traces of her deleted emails.

BleachBit includes advanced features such as shredding electronic files to prevent any recovery.

Congressman Gowdy said Clinton’s use of BleachBit undermines her claims that she only deleted innocuous “personal” emails from her private server. He said Hillary’s lawyers didn’t just push the “delete” button on her emails, but they bleached them to “where even God can’t read them.”

Of course, my immediate thought was that nothing can be hidden from God! The Bible says the Lord sees even the thoughts and intents of our hearts.

Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke used to say you can work in a soap factory but unless you apply the soap, you’ll never get clean. So you can also work in a bleach factory, but unless you apply the bleach, stains can still be seen.

How do we permanently erase our sins? Nobody is beyond redemption, and if we will only repent for our sins, all of our sins can be bleached whiter than snow and completely removed as if they never existed by the atoning blood of Jesus.

Abba father, we thank you that you see and know all things. We thank you that there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and concerning this election, we pray that things concealed will be brought out into the light.  We pray for the spirit of repentance to fall upon our land, and we ask you to restrain the ugly rhetoric that is being exchanged between the candidiates.

Thank you for the Blood of Jesus that bleaches away our sins.

In his name we pray, Amen and Amen!

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