Wednesday, October 17, 2007


Shake The City Prayer Rally
San Diego City Hall Concourse
Christian Community Stand Against
Religious Discrimination Occuring At City Hall
Tuesday - October 30, 2007
8:45am - 11:30am
~ Sponsored By ~
The San Diego Christian Chamber of Commerce
California Christian News
The James Hartline Report
Christian Vote 2008
Priscilla Schreiber, GUHSD President
Hartline For City Council Campaign
Robert Sutton Law Office
The "Not On My Watch" Team
The Hillcrest Mission

"Now the same night it came about that the Lord said to Gideon:
'Arise! Go down against the camp of your enemies,
for I, the Lord, have given it into your hands."
Judges 7:9

Step back for a moment and consider what happened just one month ago in the San Diego City Council: After a three week war between San Diego Christians and a local municipal government that is no longer listening to the will of the people, San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders betrayed a campaign promise to oppose same-sex marriages as he signed a gay agenda legal brief approved by the liberalized San Diego City Council.

In essence, we now have a tyrannical mayor and city council in San Diego that has shaken its fist at God and said, "We don't care what the people want or what they voted for by passing Prop. 22, we are going to legitimize homosexuality and same-sex marriage anyway!" And sure enough, on Sept. 18th the people were once again punched in the gut and rebuffed as San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders and the San Diego City Council approved a rebellious legal brief supporting same-sex marriage.

Despite the deplorable and arrogant actions of Sanders and the sexual anarchists on the city council, San Diego Christians have not been sitting on the sidelines giving up or giving in. In fact, something quite remarkable transpired during the recent battle over same-sex marriage. On September 18, 2007, fifty Christian Conservatives gathered at city hall to hold a powerful prayer rally to ask for God's intervention in our city and our government. While many are feeling the blows inflicted upon Chrisitanity and marriage by a city government that is out of control and out of touch with the vast majority of San Diego voters, I am declaring something powerful that God revealed to me as a result of our prayer rally.

When we prayed on Sept. 18th, we asked God to release the Holy Spirit into City Hall. The result: Mayor Jerry Sanders and his dark, anti-christian agenda were forced out into the light for the world to see. Now, instead of hiding his plan to institutionalize homosexuality into the city, Mayor Sanders was forced by God to reveal his agenda in the media, for the whole world to see. Now everyone knows what we are dealing with. Now we know who is on our side and who is not. There is no longer a questionable gray area: Mayor Jerry Sanders and the San Diego City Council are in rebellion to the voters and Christianity. And, even more revealing: voters are getting a really clear picture of those who are still supporting Mayor Sanders despite his great betrayal. Simply put, God is separating the wheat from the tares, the sheep from the goats, and it is abundantly clear which people are the sheep and which people are the goats.

With this understanding, we intend to once again, hold a prayer rally at the San Diego City Council Concourse on Tuesday, October 30, 2007. There is no doubt that we are in big trouble, but we believe that prayer will change things. We will be gathering on October 30th to intercede for our government, our city and its citizens.

Will You Make A Stand For Righteousness
In The City of San Diego?
The future of California lies in the actions of Christians!

All it takes for evil to prevail, is for a few good people
to do nothing!
Join James Hartline and the "Not On My Watch" Team
October 30, 2007
8:45am - 11:30am
Prayer Rally / City Council Meeting
San Diego City Concourse
202 "C" Street, Council Meeting on 12th Floor
Downtown San Diego
(Parking is FREE in Horton Plaza Parking Garage with a validated ticket)

I Am Making My Stand In 2007!
Have You Started Making Yours Yet?

Make A Stand! Shake The City!

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