We said, “Yes, We Will Go” ANNOUNCING America’s 7000 Summer Tour 2020
ANNOUNCING America’s 7000 Summer Tour 2020
The Peregrinnatti and Adonai Dance Ministries
The Tour Begins June 17 in Jackson, Mississippi
We are in a fight for the soul of America. The forces of darkness are intent on undermining the Judeo-Christian values of family, morality, and personal freedom upon which America is founded.
America’s 7000 Tour is calling those who are “sighing and crying” over the abominations being done in the land, to gather as a “Jehoshaphat” army and release, in each state, declarations of prophetic psalms, warfare worship, and dance.
America was founded on Biblical principles. The time to “Wake up” and strengthen what remains and is about to die (Rev 3:2), is NOW!
Fall of 2019, when we said “Yes God, we will go” to the capitals of each state with declarations of prophetic psalms, warfare worship, and dance; did we have any idea that the United States in 2020 would be in such turmoil? The answer to that question is “no”. So, why didn’t God give us a heads-up? Probably because it would have been much more likely that if we had known we would have dismissed the idea as a bad “pizza” nightmare! But we “Go” because we have said “Yes” to God’s calling. It IS easier to look at a situation and begin making excuses as to why we must have heard wrong — surely God wouldn’t want us to put ourselves in harm’s way — it was just a test to see if we would say “yes” or not — He doesn’t really mean for us to “Go” when outside my safe neighborhood there is danger, riots, shootings, lootings and vandalism going on!
We are so very THANKFUL that back in the spring of 2009 God gave us a precedent-setting run for this very time. We remember that time and know with assurance that God is with us, He WILL NEVER leave us or forsake us! He IS Our Psalm 23 Shepherd! He IS Our Psalm 91 protector!
We met a family in the fall of 2008 that liked what we were teaching and invited us to come share what they were hearing at their annual spring gathering. We told them we would seek The Father about coming and let them know. We went home and began to pray about making the cross-country trip to their week-long event. After several weeks of prayer, we felt assured that God wanted us to go, so we called them and said we would love to come to their annual spring gathering and share what they had been a part of the previous fall. Months went by and we were beginning to wonder if something had happened. But about two weeks before we had to leave to make the 2500-mile trip the schedule for the event came in the mail. To our surprise, we were only listed for one 15-minute slot. 2500 miles is a long way to go for 15 minutes! Should we go — should we cancel? The feeling of betrayal was strong! But, after the emotions cooled down we remembered that we had prayed about this invitation and felt strongly assured that God had said: “Go“. We had given our word to come. “It doesn’t matter what other people do,” we felt The LORD through His Holy Spirit say to us, “what matters is, are you following Me.” (Watch this short video INTEGRITY)
We were only a couple of years into being full-time, faith-supporting ministry and the bank account was pretty skinny, but we had enough to make the trip. A friend had asked us to go by way of So. CA and pick up a utility trailer to deliver to a friend in Oklahoma and as that was more or less on the way and we would be driving our 2500 Dodge Ram truck with our camping gear we had agreed to do that for them. Then things started getting really challenging. Less than a week before departure Shirley had to make an emergency visit to the clinic for a health issue. (Well, we reasoned, if we don’t stay in any hotels and spend nights at rest stops and eat what we can bring with us we should still be okay, but just barely.) Then a couple of days before departure Steve had to have emergency dental surgery. Both of these expenses came out of pocket as we had no insurance to cover costs. Now, there was no longer enough money to make the trip let alone pay for the week’s camping fee once we got there. It would have been so much easier to cancel the trip. What a temptation! But we left because we had given Our Word. (Watch this short video POWERFUL)
We rolled into Oklahoma out of gas and out of money and we still had 600 miles to go. But God was looking out for us and had already provided for our deliverance. The people, where we delivered the trailer, invited us to spend the weekend and share our Harp and Story ministry with their fellowship. (It was supposed to be an OFF weekend for the fellowship, but some weeks before they had made a scheduling change and were instead meeting the weekend we showed up!) We didn’t tell them about our plight, but God put it on their hearts to take up an offering for us. Their generosity enabled us to get to our destination and pay our camping fees. Going to that week-long event when everything seemed to be screaming, “Stay Home, Don’t Bother, You’re Being Taken for Granted,” turned out to be a huge blessing as we met so many wonderful people, many of whom have become very good friends and supporters.
We have no idea what God will do as we travel to the capitals of the lower 48 states, but we do know that God honors those who say “Yes” to Him and then keep their word, and with assurance we can say this because He always keeps His!
Join us at your state capital — check the Event page at HarpandStory.com for dates, time, and locations.
Hope to see you at your state capital!