Christian leaders on the Flashpoint commentary show say God will work in mighty ways in America, and they are exhorting Americans who love their country to gather in Tulsa, Oklahoma, next week to help start the fire .
“Don’t make the mistake [of thinking] that this is a religious event. While we will be glorifying God and seeing signs and wonders, this is also a gathering of patriots,” Flashpoint host Gene Bailey told The Western Journal of the making of Flashpoint Live. Awaken Oklahoma Events taking place April 21-22 at the Mabee Center on the Oral Roberts University campus.
“Why Tulsa? Because it’s in the middle of America,” he explained, “and we’re going to see God moving in our nation.”
“You need to understand that we have work to do and it’s time to stand up and take our place as Americans and lead this nation back to the Judeo-Christian values that we all hold dear,” Bailey said.
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“Flashpoint” airs Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. Eastern on The Victory Canal, which can be seen on Roku, Rumble, GoVictory.com and various cable and satellite channels. Flashpoint will also be airing soon Liftable TV.
The program launched in September 2020 to address issues important to Christians and patriotic Americans ahead of this year’s general election.
“We came together and what started the very first program really resonated with Americans in particular. It soon grew into a global movement. We speak the truth, all in a spirit of faith, but absolutely the truth,” Bailey said, noting that the show draws viewers from over 40 countries.
“They’re watching because what’s happening in America affects the global environment,” he explained.
Flashpoint isn’t your typical news show, Bailey noted.
“It’s news commentary in the spirit of faith, but you’ll hear everything from prophecies to the latest news. We dig a little deeper. And we’re basically calling it out and motivating viewers to do things,” Bailey said.
The program’s regulars are Christian speaker Lance Wallnau, Pastor Hank Kunneman and evangelist Mario Murillo.
Guests included former President Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr., Dennis Prager, Sen. Rand Paul, Dr. Ben Carson, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, former Congresswoman Michelle Bachman, Western Journal founder Floyd Brown, and Christian orator Dutch Blatter, among many others.
Wallnau, Kunneman and Murillo all agreed that something special was about to happen in Tulsa.
Wherever people gather, there is strength, Wallnau observed.
“Seeing it is one thing,” he said on Tuesday’s program. “Being in the Upper Room when the action takes place is where the testimony comes.”
“People will talk about that day — this Thursday and Friday — in history,” added Kunneman, “because God will show up and God will approve.”
Murillo – who is set to star when “Flashpoint Live” is filmed in Tulsa on Thursday – said, “We have to understand that what we’re putting together in Tulsa is a double-edged sword.”
“It will be an organized revolution of love to sway elections, engage people, overthrow regimes that are ruining American morals. Then on top an outpouring of the Spirit where thousands are saved and healed,” he continued.
Murillo is the keynote speaker at Friday night’s Awake Oklahoma event.
“I think Satan is shaking his boots about Tulsa right now because it’s going to demonstrate a total testimony that America needs right now,” he said.
Those wishing to attend the filming of Flashpoint in Tulsa are asked to register here. Registration is free.
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