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Father, help us to see all the children you have created in Your Holy image and embrace the diversity while we work in the power of unity and wholeness as the Body of Christ.

Disclaimer… I tell a truth without condemnation and damnation; thus… make sure you read it all, understand it all, before you go out and tell it all.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., moved about as a self-proclaimed and identified black man in the image that God created him to be. His legacy has allowed him to achieve the highest recognition of honor in this nation. His status as a minister, with a federal holiday and a national monument in his honor is no coincidence. So, let us examine, how did he get here?

Let us start from the beginning… Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., A Great Black Life That Matters:

Who was his God? Who was his Lord and Savior? (Pause here to see if you have the same one because not all Americans serve this same God).  If the God of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who being black, was good enough for him to serve and follow the divinity blueprint of love and unity, why not take a look at his God, and what His 66 books say about His creation and how from God’s view, He regards all lives. Perhaps in this pandemic of multiple proportions, if we turn our eyes to this God, the blueprint of God’s Holy Word, we would more greatly understand if Rev. King were here today.

And if he were:

  • How would he see our America?
  • What would he say to us now?
  • What would he do in this generation?
  • How would he pray differently?

Now… WHO AM I? I am a man of color, Black, Negro, Afro-American, African American, Colored and have been one of these all my life. I grew up in poverty in the Arkansas Delta in the small town of Dumas, where I still pastor a flock and live.

For 30 years, I have worked diligently to honor, and differentiate, the biblical rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from just his civil rights persona. I produced the first three years of the MLK federal holiday events in Memphis, Tennessee, including the Opening Ceremony of The National Civil Rights Museum.

In addition, The College of Aspiring Artists, which I founded, has held multiple events on the National Mall at the MLK Memorial in D.C., including MLK50 on April 3-4, 2018. That year, the Mayor of Washington D.C. requested to be a part of our event. We granted her permission.

What does all this mean? Mostly, it has taught me what it means to give honor to a man of God, a man of color, a black man as he described himself, and what it looks like when we as blacks ‘do not’ give honor or regards to black lives mattering along the way. This is damnable to the detriment of so many.

So listen to me when I say this and let me tell it like it is:

To all persons who say, “Black Lives Matter,” the most genuine and authentic question is simply, WHEN? THIS is the question that must be answered, if the God of the Bible, the God of Rev. Dr. MLK and truth is to be included in this discussion by people who say they love God and His Word.

What I know is that I am grateful to know how God made man(kind) in His image. I am grateful that He made all of us different, unique, and diverse on purpose, BUT NOT to be DIVIDED. And being divided as blacks and as people of God is what we have done over the past 200 years, through religion, race, and politics. No, not everyone meant for this to be, but this is what our ‘manmade’ stuff has turned out. This is how and why movements that get abbreviated insights produce abbreviated results, and ultimately a ‘what’s not made in God’s image’ representation.

The expanded point here regarding #blacklivesmatter is that I have seen from the small community stages to the larger stages when black people are doing the greatest of evil to and among ourselves.

Oh… does this not matter? Is there a Black Elephant here in the room?

Yes, I have seen white oppression and discrimination over my lifetime. It is still present today. But I have also seen black people grant access and open doors for them to come in and do some of the greatest damage. This #blacklivesmatter movement fits in a category in what I call ‘Good Intentions and Bad Ideas.’ Now, this must always move from ‘good intentions and bad ideas’ to good intentions and God Ideas. This, in any moment or movement, is a major dysfunction, and should be removed from years of disconnect to the fountain of wisdom and justice for all.

Let’s all who serve as BLM movement leaders (and this is not the same as the #BLM which you can research on your own) and those who come alongside in some part or another, commit to doing a vital checkup before any furtherance and engagement. Ask these questions (this group) and all of us who are black:

  1. Why are we killing each other, every day? Does this matter?
  2. Why when we see and know someone who is black hurting and in distress, trying to do something good, we look the other way? Does this matter? I mean when we blacks are right there looking at it, and sometimes urging failure or damnation to occur along the way, does it matter?
  3. Why do we put hate on each other, every day and speak death into situations instead of life? Does this matter?
  4. Why is it that someone must die (a natural death) before people join an effort that the individual has clearly demonstrated is a true labor of love and sacrifice to build? Does this matter?
  5. Why do we allow envy, jealousy, and pride to keep us from honoring and supporting one another? Does this matter?
  6. Why is it that many blacks who have achieved wealth choose not to go back to their communities to make a difference (unless tragedy or accolades of what they are doing comes into play?) Does this matter?

Before you/we say… “NO” it don’t matter, perhaps we would be wise to answer these questions honestly on our way to the exit lanes of Dysfunction Junction and merge onto Let’s Get Our Minds Right with God Boulevard, from every community which we live.

All lives matter, all lives have dignity, but all lives are not lived dignified.

Now, ‘WHEN”, yes… when, we who are first, members of the BOC (Body of Christ) can be true to who we are in God and next… when black people start respecting black people ‘all the time’ and stop being bought and sold in 2020, it will force others to put some love and honor on all who are black. And furthermore, this will bring forth a greater respect for all lives to come into the reality that ALL LIVES MATTER.

So, WHEN do BlackLivesMatter? Simple. All the time is the only answer.  Be true to yourself and to others and your life’s purpose, value, and dignity will speak for you and/or for the group of persons before you. Respect is more greatly given when respect is established from person to person, closing a gap in dire need of closing.

When this is done and when we get it right with the questions poised here, there is no need to say #BLM. This DEMONSTRATION of purpose, honor, and dignity for all lives brings the remedy that supersedes and overrides the protests that only bring fake peace and a false sense of security. This is the proactive cure that has been missing. People will see when the reason of your life is pure and respect it. Conversely, when they do not see this, they may, and most often they will, ‘disrespect’ it.

Let us override the fake peace, false security and bogus solutions that have not produced good fruit in the last fifty-three years and instead plant seeds of dignity, honor, and love in every place and in every life.

So be true to who God created you to be. Set an example as a new creation operating in His Spirit with good fruits of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness, and self-control. AT ALL TIMES FOR ALL PEOPLE. His unseen Spirit has no color. He is love.  Love has no color.

When this gap is closed, and it will, that day will be marked by true love, absent any hypocrisy. Then, our nation will see from God’s view what it means to love Him and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.

Rev. Dr. King’s legacy of understanding the God of all creation and his fight to speak truth with love and the sacrifice and ultimate price of laying down his life must not be overlooked.  Not only must we see him as a civil rights leader bent on equality, but also understand him, and his message, through the God he served.  The God of Rev. Dr. MLK, Jr., is the same God whose Word is as true today as it was in the beginning of time.  In the words of Rev. King, ‘we must learn to live together as brothers, or we will perish together as fools.’


October 18, 2020—National Day of Cleansing: Physical and Virtual Gathering from Hot Springs, Arkansas Across America – Read the Entire Word of God over our Nation in a Day with us! Register here.

April 3—4, 2021—Washington DC, National Mall – More to Come!

(Author Rev. Arthur L. Hunt, Jr., D.D. is CEO, The College of Aspiring Artists and founder of The Cleanse.) (Photo Credit: .)

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52 Replies to “BLACK LIVES MATTER. . . ‘WHEN?’”

  1. BLM like ANTIFA have oxymoron meanings. Black lives don’t matter to BLM & anti-fascists are fascists in ANTIFA in the true sense. God’s been warning us for thousands of yrs. Now it’s hitting home more & we don’t like it. Father of grace, mercy, peace & love may U draw certain ones from these groups to U as only U can, who truly need Your loving arms around them. In Jesus’ name

    Amen! 6
  2. The blacks need to do their history and see that the Democratic party was never on their side. Wanting to keep them in oppression and dependent on the Govt. Why would blacks EVER want to vote for the Democratic party if they knew about the history of that, which is absolutely true. And now the Democrats are still not on their side, all they care about is getting votes.

    Amen! 9
  3. Good question. I also wonder why blacks vote Democrat when it was and still is, the Democrat party what wants to keep them in oppression and slavery and wanting to keep them dependent on the Government. There is a bleak history of the Democratic party desiring to keep blacks in oppression. That is just plain wrong!

    Amen! 11
  4. Great article, but very important questions not addressed are:
    When do black babies lives matter?
    Why does #BLM support Planned Parenthood?
    Why don’t blacks stop the killing of their black babies 3 times more often than white babies?
    Why do blacks vote primarily Democrat when the Democrat platform is abortion at any stage, and their answer to “helping” blacks is to eradicate generations?

    Amen! 10
  5. Black lives do indeed matter and are prescious, as are all lives. The organization Black Lives Matter is communist and is the organizer of much burning and looting and lawless activity.

    Amen! 5
  6. In Acts 17:26 God tells us that “And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;”

    We are all made in God’s image. I pray that one day, we will all be “Children of God.” Those who are children of staten, will have the scales removed from their eyes. Most people look with their eyes; rarely do we have people who “see with their eyes.”

    Amen! 3
  7. Lord let our brothers and sisters eyes be open to truth. If we all can adhere to the power of the word of God, and want to see this different light. Then are we will be able to move forward as the body of Christ. Thank you for the heartfelt word of truth.

    Amen! 7
  8. Dr. Martin Luther King knew that the answer to every problem in this world is
    Jesus. He walked the road Jesus walked. Like Jesus, he constantly forgave FORGAVE those who discriminated against him. As true followers of Jesus, surrendered to His Lordship, we too can FORGIVE. Forgiveness is not earned, it is freely given. Freely we have received forgiveness from Jesus freely we can give. Here’s why we MUST forgive: if we don’t give forgiveness we don’t receive it. (Matthew 6:14-15). This is so crucial because it is only through forgiveness that we can be set free from the prison of bitterness that produces vengeance, malice, anger, hatred and the like. It’s the worst prison there is on earth. (Matthew 18:21-35). There is no other way for any human being to be free. No outward circumstance sets our hearts free. I have fought this great struggle myself many times and know that only in Christ can I forgive and be set free. I’ve gone through circumstances where I have had to die daily like the Apostle Paul in order to forgive. And I know that only when I go to the Cross and die to my perceived rights that the power of His Cross enables me to forgive. I feed and help people in refugee camps who have hearts set free by the power of the Cross to forgive and they are full of joy. I also know people who live in luxury who will not go to the Cross, lay down their perceived rights, and receive the power to forgive. They live in terrible bondage. Our freedom must first start on the inside with our hearts being set free and then it can be displayed like Jesus did through love. Our true enemy (not of flesh and blood) knows this and works hard to make sure we don’t forgive. That was the secret and success of our beloved Dr. Martin Luther King. He was surrendered to Jesus.

    Amen! 13
  9. Thank you, Rev Hunt!

    In today’s world Truth is “blowing in the wind”. We need ears to “Hear the Voice of GOD, and, we need spiritual leaders willing to lay down their lives, so that none may perish, warning the world that God’s justice is real.

    Personal ambitions, while ignoring GOD’WORD, and religious indifference, has consequences…eternal consequences. Bible Prophets refused to be silent about the Fear of the LORD. Few listened.

    Deciding to honor GOD by joining THE CLEANSE Bible reading October 18 is the right direction back home to GOD.

    His WORD is LIFE to your Spirit. As you hunger for food for your body, how much more does your Spirit need the Bread of Life… How much more do we need the Love of GOD in our lives, in our families, in our worship and through out our Nation.

    We need FOCUS…a FOCUS on the goodness and mercy of the GOD of the BIBLE. His love is our security. His banner over us is LOVE.

    Can we trust the
    GOD who answers these four questions:
    1. ORIGIN: Where do I come from? Am I created in God’s image?
    2. MEANING:What does Life mean? Who am I?
    3. MORALITY: How do I differentiate between good and evil? and,
    4. DESTINY: What happens to humans when we are no longer on

    The greatest struggle is the craving of the human heart for Love.
    Love first comes from GOD, and is poured out “in your relationship” with Him, so you can love yourself and others.

    The Lord of this world, Satan, has deceived so many. His goal is to be worshipped. Satan only creates confusion and chaos in our minds and in this world with so much division, not Life. He gets you caught in his world of judgment of good and bad with no reference point, fueled by hatred and death, not Love. In his world lives don’t matter. He gets Black People to turn on each other, to think less of themselves and to kill more babies than any other race. Satan’s eugenics, is a reality, and he gets you to do his bidding. In the past he controlled many with the corrupt Slave Bible, yet today the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Cuture is full of successes of African Americans.

    All lives matter to GOD. Rev Dr Martin Luther King,Jr’s said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

    Thank you Rev Hunt for continually reinforcing Dr King’s prophetic message. America must no longer be devoid of Godly Character. Thank you for calling all 50 States to read GOD’S WORD together over our Nation Oct 18 in Hot Springs.

    Dr Julie K Bjornson
    Stuart, FL
    ·Cleanse-Florida’s Host
    ·Stuart,FL Bible
    Reading Marathon
    Chair-20 years
    What is character? Discover the truth.

    Amen! 9
    1. Dr. Julie: Thank you for these inspiring and affirming words. You know how to say it and it is an anointed word to and for the people of God. Keep lifting up His name and giving honor to whom honor is due.

      We bless you Dear woman of God.

      Amen! 2
  10. I totally agree with the statement that all lives matters and I am not apart of BLM organization. I don’t believe in it’s views, however, the reason that I say black lives matter is because black lives have been treated as dirt and useless. We were taught to hate each other and as believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we arenow called to love one another. This is not an option, it is a command. The church of Jesus Christ must understand the word equality and there is only one race and that is human race. Let’s obey God’s word to love each other regardless of your status in life. I understand the world doesn’t understand this, but the body of Christ knows the truth and as the world see the body of Christ walking in love and equality they will know that there is a difference.

    Amen! 4
  11. Today is Sunday, September 27, 2020. I’m grateful to God for allowing all of us to see a new day. I’m moved to give thanks to IFA for publishing this message. I have read all comments and am humbled by the reception.

    Everyone speaking from your heart and concern for God’s people, everywhere is the key to a great union and ONENESS that will please God. Let me say that the disclaimer is not to be overlooked. Disclaimer… I tell a truth without condemnation and damnation; thus… make sure you read it all, understand it all, before you go out and tell it all.

    This is important and (plus a soft requirement) will help bring the greatest clarity and route to remedy.
    The love and truth message that ‘All Lives Matter’ is from the Kingdom View. God always requires His people…all of us to ‘humble ourselves’ and turn from ‘our’ wicked ways prior to Him hearing from heaven, forgiving our sins and healing our land. Thus we all must be accountable.

    Rev. Dr. MLK put his life on the line, everyday. This example of a Black life matters and so was the God whom he served. This is noteworthy in ways that this space does not afford me to detail.

    The questions ‘why’ are to provoke thought. The questions ‘does it matter’ requires each individual to search themselves and hear from God to bring about accountable resolutions.

    Finally, it is my sincere desire to reply to every comment during the course of this week. Your prayers and our prayers for this and all the concerns of our day, can and will be answered by God.

    Blessings and love to all and hope you will be a part of the October 18, 2020 NATIONAL DAY OF CLEANSING

    Amen! 6
  12. Thank you for speaking up! I pray ALL men, of every color will have eyes to SEE the HEART need.

    Our HEARTS are ALL the same color, and truth be told, Jesus coloring is probably closer to yours than to mine. We don’t love Him because of or inspite of his skin color, but because He loved us FIRST…. let LOVE for one another be our heart-aim.

    Amen! 13
  13. I agree with Rev. Hunt’s letter to a point. God must always be the center as we all strive for unity. All the “Whys” he asked can still be brought back to a broken people. Many people say that you can’t keep blaming the past, but a broken past makes for a broken present and ultimately a broken future if a broken people never get mended. A broken people can’t seem to get mended if the source as a whole who broke them never acknowledges what was done to get people broken. There has been very little healing as a whole or even individually. We as a human race will stay stuck right where we are, (divided) until people “wake up” on both if not all sides to the issues that NEED to be dealt with. “Speaking of an elephant in the room,” I tell you that issues haven’t begun to be dealt with even among Black people ourselves. We have a “bad taste in our mouths from centuries of abuse that have been heap upon us. So much so that Black people as a whole have been traumatize enough to pass down from generation to generation the negative repercussions that effected them in the past. Things are still happening today that are absolutely mirroring the past. Now suddenly we must snap out of it as if there would be no memory of it. We weren’t built that way. If there is no discussion, no safe spaces for civilized outlets then you will get what we are seeing today. Where do we begin? How do we begin? (At the foot of the cross first) Then God/Jesus will guide us through as we surrender our will for His.

    I absolutely think it is wrong to tear down, burn up, ruin what is not yours or yours etc., but people tend to act or react out of what they know, what they have experienced, their anger, their fears etc. If what people have experienced is mostly negative then more than likely, their reactions will be negative. Their attitudes will be negative and they won’t care about what happens to things that they destroy. If people don’t have a stake or investment in something then what they have been kept out of or kept from won’t matter to them. Some of the evidence is shown through many of the riots. People will take their negativity, anger, hurt etc. out on people they are closest to in proximity and relationally just to project their feelings of despair on to something, anything because they don’t know what else to do. People who have been invisible for 400 years will do anything to become visible even if it is destructive. Does it make it right? No, but it may be deemed necessary in their eyes.

    I honestly believe that if Black people would have started on even ground with the rest of the world, there would not be much need for riots, negative attitudes towards each other, broken homes, drug and alcohol use and abuse etc. especially because of lack of a stable home, lack of equal opportunities, and lack of a solid education. There is a reason for every action regardless of if it is sinful or not. We all sin because we are sinners. That’s not an excuse; it’s a fact. Ultimately it all falls under Ephesians 6:12 “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” For those who know Christ, we all must “put on the full armor of God.” So, NO life matters until BLACK lives matter (Too) so that ALL lives really matter. Regardless of what human beings say, Christ went to that cross because every single life matters to Him even if some people don’t thing so. God is no respecter of men, so no one person is above another even if they think they are. “Come Lord Jesus Come!” But until then, we have much work to do as we are powered by the Holy Spirit.

    Amen! 5
    1. Thank you Vicki Ross for your comments. My heart of truth captures your heart. The message here in my article states that ‘Black Lives Matter all the time’ and emphatically clear that all lives matter at all times. My comments (here in the comment section above) aim to speak more precisely to the ‘why’s and the ‘does it matter’ perspectives that you referenced.

      If I could illustrate, I would say boldly that based on Rev. Dr. King and his demonstrative actions to follow the blueprint of true agape, he challenged blacks to live with dignity and be proud of who we are as God created us in His image. In 2020, we must see the strength of attainment of God’s favor on him and all blacks and not allow ourselves or anyone to dilute, reduce or omit our value in the Body of Christ and the Kingdom of God, but we must do it first among ourselves. This is the accountability test that has been passed before and we must pass it again. Pointing to The God of Rev. Dr. MLK-Jr. has many values that are unrefutably. Can blacks see it? Can people of faith see it? If and when we do, we will perhaps require ourselves to be included in the ‘if my people’ called by God’s name and will ‘humble ourselves’ and seek God’s face and turn from ‘our wicked ways,” THEN, (and then and when only) will God will hear from Heaven forgive ‘our’ sins and heal OUR land. My prayer is that we will by any and all means necessary come together as one as in St. John 17.

      Amen! 5
    2. Thanks Vicki for telling the whole truth! Rev.Hunt and IFA only told half of it. There is a spiritual and human side to Black Americans journey in America. And the white power structure,including evangelicals, need to own, repent and pay reparations for the centuries of damage done to black people. That was Dr.King’s true message!He spoke about the “promissory note that America owes black people. I recommend Rev. Hunt read that speech.( No response needed from Rev.Hunt. I have heard enough)

  14. As a Canadian Christian ( yes there are many but fewer) I loved this Pastors insight and Godly wisdom. If only thousands of Pastors all over the U.S and Canada would heartily endorse this healthy, godly and transforming view of MLK and the truth that all lives matter!

    Amen! 7
  15. Thank You Rev. Hunt as you said what I have said fo a long time. All lives matter! When will the blacks quit killing other blacks? The sweet innocent precious children that have suffered from this evil. If I cut my finger I won’t bleed white blood, if an oriental cuts their finger, they won’t bleed yellow blood, if you cut your finger our Blood will come out the same shade of red. In Jesus Christ we have the same DNA and I’m not ashamed to call you my brother [or give you a hug if we were near each other]. God Bless you as you go forth speaking the truth.

    Amen! 7
  16. I praise GOD for you, brother, and for other voices like yours. I have been praying for years for a mighty revival in the black communities of the USA, and will continue. It is happening. Praise God. Thank you for your surrendered service to Him.

    Amen! 18

    Amen! 5
    1. A.G., I’ve read, and re-read your response. I’m a white woman, I don’t automatically hate people, especially because of skin color. I like people and I like sharing God’s love with people I meet. Satan has filled this world with his evil lies and divisiveness to keep things stirred up… I choose to see the good in people and they can prove me wrong or not. We need to learn how to talk to one another again and see the good in each other. btw… my boss let me hire a lady to work with me in our office.. I hired a black woman. She led me to the Lord and I’m eternally blessed ! She is my true sister in Christ. I’ll be praying for you A.G., that God lets you see more of the good in people. At the Cross, Jesus released us from the shackles of sin that Satan put on us.

      Amen! 11
  18. Oh that your comments would be heard around the world. All lives matter. Black lives matter. My life matters and I am a white person. In this world today it is easy to lump a group together as one. All black peoples, all white peoples, all Asian people. But the truth is we are all made in His image. I struggle sometimes to see individuals apart from the group. Praying for open eyes to see the light within another.
    Love one another. His Holy Spirit has no color.

    Amen! 30
  19. What a wonderful, truthful and GODLY message. If only all could do this our country would be a better place. And as Jesus said, “ and the greatest of these is love”! We will dedicate ourselves to keep trudging further in God’s name!

    Amen! 15
  20. God Bless You as no truer words have been spoken so clearly in your Message from Our Creator! All Lives Matter! Love IS Always the Answer! Seek to understand so many need to so they can truly be understood. God is the Answer!

    Amen! 23
  21. I often observe signs that state Black Lives Matter in the neighborhood and reflect that the God I serve is Love and those who love know God. It should become a natural part of our lives if we truly love God and want others to see a reflection of His Love through us. To truly love as Jesus instructs, takes a willingness to loss ones life, to gain His. May we humble ourselves before Him and walk as He has taught.

    Amen! 16
  22. I do not look at a person as part of colored/ethnic group. I look at character. Who are they as a person? I am learning to remind myself that even if they are of ignoble character, they were still created by Father and still carry a God-created purpose. Our strongest weapon, then, is prayer!
    Father, thank you for those who are willing to speak the tough words and lead others to a clearer understanding of who you are and who they are. That we need to speak unity over the church and over our communities. That love for each other would decimate the hate and anger spoken against others. Father, pour out your Spirit and your Shalom over this nation. Place in people’s hearts a genuine love and care for each other. Please reveal to those who need it most Your love for them and instill in them the purpose You created for them. Give them a vision that brings hope and not division. Father, heal this land and let your church ignite that healing. In Yeshua’s mighty name, Amen.

    Amen! 25
  23. Thank you for sharing this it gives us a good perspective on the entire situation. I know how to pray more effectively now about this. May God Bless you and I’m praying for you and your ministry.

    Amen! 16
  24. Great word Pastor Hunt. Thank you for your leadership and vision. Thank you for all you are doing to help turn the hearts of all the children back to the Father in love. Keep the message of His love burning bright and it will never fail.

    Amen! 28
    1. Thank you Shelly McLaughlin for your great support, vision, leadership and encouragement. I could not do this work without such uplifting favor from you. THE NATIONAL DAY OF CLEANSING needs your leadership and we are thankful to have it. As we go forth, please know that your prayers and wisdom will take us far.

      Blessings and love on you and your family.

  25. Wow! That was such a good word. The day -to -day living out of love and respect for others, done with Christ’s power, is powerful.
    May God bless and empower this young pastor as he serves God and our country. Give him more such words of wisdom laced with the love of God to inspire our needy and hurting generation.

    Amen! 32
  26. Amen, AMEN and HALLELUJAH!

    Thank you Brother in Christ for wonderfully describing God’s intent for all of His human creatures to live in live and unity as we strive to glorify Him!

    We need to work daily to put aside all divisiveness by speaking and acting out His love and challenging each other to grow in Him.

    Beautifully said!

    Amen! 28
  27. Most gracious Heavenly Father, thank You for Your servant Dr. Hunt ! I pray Father You strengthen him and protect him and bless him as he serves Your kingdom here on earth! Bless and protect his biological and church families. In Jesus name Amen

    Amen! 34
  28. Jesus loves me this I know cause the Bible Tells me so. Father forgive me and my brothers and sisters for falling short. Create in me a clean heart and renew a right spirit within me.

    Amen! 36
  29. Dear Heavenly Father,
    I pray for and bless Dr Arthur Hunt. Thank you for his wisdom and I ask you to enlarge his territory and bring others around him as he leads The Cleanse and his college.
    For Jesus sake, Amen

    Amen! 31

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However, Intercessors for America allows you to provide personal information on our web site. The type of information we collect directly corresponds with the service you request. For instance, you can make donations, offer your thoughts, opinions, prayers, concerns, ideas, personal experiences, questions and/or suggestions. The type of information we collect is only voluntary and used for purposes of interacting with the website or with others viewing the website.  Also, the information may be necessary to facilitate our response to your specific request such as your name and contact information.

If you request to have a resource sent to you and/or make a donation, Intercessors for America will collect the information necessary to complete this transaction which may include your contact information, credit card number and other transaction information.

If you offer your thoughts, comments, opinions, concerns, ideas, personal experience testimonies, request prayer, ask questions, etc., Intercessor for America collects that information and may use the information in one of the ways set forth in the following section titled “Use of Information.”

Use of Information
Intercessors for America uses the information provided by you to:

Disclosure/Sharing of Information
As stated above, Intercessor for America does not sell, rent or lease your confidential information to others. On some occasions, vendors will approach Intercessor for America with a product that we determine might benefit our supporters. In that instance, we will provide non-confidential information.

Regarding links to third-party web sites
Intercessors for America’s Privacy Statement does not govern any exchange of information between you and any third party web site. IFA does not monitor, and is not responsible for, the privacy and data use policies of its corporate sponsors. We recommend you review their policies (likely to be found on their web sites) prior to accessing, but especially before sharing any personally identifiable information. Similarly, this Privacy Statement does not govern the privacy practices of any third party web site to which you might link from the IFA website.

Ability to Edit and Delete
If you would like to correct, update, add, or delete personal information, simply let us know by calling us at (800) USA-PRAY or write to us at Intercessors for America  P.O. Box 915  Purcellville, VA 20134 and we will respond promptly to your request.

Intercessors for America reserves the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any time and requests that you review this policy for updates.

Content Disclaimer
Please understand that all postings, messages, text, files, images, photos, video, sounds, or other materials ( “Content”) posted on, transmitted through, or linked from this website, are the sole responsibility of the person from whom such Content originated. More specifically, each person is entirely responsible for each individual item (“Item”) of Content that they post, email or otherwise make available via the Service. Please understand that IFA does not control, and is not responsible for Content made available through the Service, and that by using the Service, you may be exposed to Content, as much as we try to prevent it, that is offensive, indecent, inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise objectionable. For the health of the IFA community you must agree that you will evaluate, and bear all risks associated with, the use of any Content, and that under no circumstances will IFA be liable in any way.  Be wise and understand that IFA does not pre-screen or approve Content generated by our community of website users, but IFA does have the right (but not the obligation) in its sole discretion to refuse, delete or move any Content that is available via the Service, for violating the letter or spirit of the terms of understanding or for any other reason. If you ever find objectionable material please contact us at 800-USA-Pray or use our contact form to notify us.

Questions or Suggestions
Please direct all questions or comments regarding this privacy policy to Intercessors for America at  Intercessors for America P.O. Box 915  Purcellville, VA 20134

This web site may provide links to external web sites maintained by individuals or organizations external to Intercessors for America. Once you access information that links you to another web site, you are subject to the privacy policy of the web site containing the information you have linked to.

Online Personal Safety
We hope and pray that all intercessors involved in Intercessors for America are trustworthy, well-meaning, and have a heart for prayer for our nation.

However, please take the same common sense precautions online as you would offline. People online are not necessarily who they say they are or seem to be. Never give out passwords, credit card information, or other private data. Be very wary of disclosing private information to a stranger you meet via prayer messaging. Even apparently innocent information, like the name of your employer, can be used against you by scammers.

When meeting with someone for the first time to gather to pray or establish a prayer group in your local area, please remember to:

Taking these precautions will help make your online experience safer. Any risk in using Intercessors for America’s online web tools to connect with others is assumed by you. Intercessors for America disclaims any liability or responsibility for acts, omissions, or conduct by you or any other party using its online web tools.

For more information about online personal safety, check out these resources:

Statement of Use
All of the content, images, logos and photos appearing on this website are copyrighted and are the property of Intercessors for America. Other images, brands or logos are copyright of their respective owners. Information and images found on the site cannot be reproduced either in print or electronically without express written permission from Intercessors for America.

The IFA or GAP Web Site may contain links to third party web sites such as those posted by members of the Get America Praying website.  These third party web sites are not controlled by IFA. The links to these web sites are provided for convenience. IFA is not responsible and assumes no liability for the contents of any of these web sites, and unless expressly stated does not endorse these web sites or their contents, products, or services. IFA is not responsible for the content of any sponsor’s Web page linked to the IFA web site, and the opinions and views expressed on the sponsor’s Web pages do not necessarily reflect those of IFA. The contents of the sponsor Web pages are not reviewed in any way before they are linked to the IFA web page. Intercessors for America reserves the exclusive right to remove any links, posts or members that it deems necessary for any reason. The intended usage of the website is for the facilitation of prayer groups.  Requests for donations other than for the owner of the site, posting of blogs and misuse of site is expressly forbidden.  Inactivity of any group or site for more than 90 days will constitute an automatic removal of the member or group from the site.

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