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A day to repent

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HIDDEN VALLEY LAKE, Calif. (WordNews.org) Aug. 21, 2012 – Churches across the country will set aside a day to repent next month.
From sundown on Sept. 25 to sundown on Sept. 26, churches and believers will repent not just corporately but personally. It will coincide with Yom Kippur, the 3,450-year-old Jewish holy day of atonement.

Jeff Daly, one of the organizers, said there is a growing awakening within the body of Christ.

“The purpose of the National Day of Repentance is to bless the body of Christ, by focusing on repentance in our own lives, on this one key day; pull away from the world, and join many others across the nation, in local churches, homes, or ministries,” he said. “We encourage the body of Christ to pray, to fast, and to do one’s own spiritual inventory with God our Creator during a National Day of Repentance. We believe this will open heaven for the Lord to forgive our sin and heal our land.”

For more information visit www.dayofrepentance.org

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