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The organizers of a religious rally in Florida on January 8 say they want to start a national revival of faith.

“The Renewal 2022” is a follow-up to a religious rally in Washington, D.C., in 2020 that drew a large crowd to the National Mall.

Expect to see the Jan. 8 event, which comes from Plant City, about 20 minutes east of Tampa. It will be shown on several Christian cable channels and sent to churches across the country by satellite.

Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican, is one of the speakers at the day-long rally. Michele Bachmann, a former Minnesota Republican, is also expected to speak, as well as My Pillow founder Mike Lindell.

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People who used to be in the U.S. military but are now retired are on the speaker’s list. They include Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin, Maj. Gen. Robert F. Dees, and Col. David Giammona, who retired after 31 years of service.

The Rev. Kevin Jessip, who is organizing the event, told the Washington Times that he thinks this is a very important time for the country.

During this darkest time in American history, I think God is going to do the best thing he has ever done. Dark and light will meet in this epic battle of the end times. America is being watched by the whole world, so it’s very important that we start to return to God. “He’s the answer,” he said.

Also on the bill: Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and evangelical pastors Carter Conlon and Kent Christmas from New York’s Times Square Church, as well as the CEO of a group that helps pastors, are all on the bill.

Mr. Jessip says that “America has broken the covenant that our forefathers made with God.” As a result, he says, “America is in trouble with God.” He hopes that a spiritual renewal will stop the spiritual punishments he thinks the country is going to get.

The man said that this does not mean that “America will be destroyed or disappear.” Instead, he said that the country is in his view “teetering on the edge.” Things that happened in ancient Israel before it was destroyed now happen in the United States, like plagues.

Mr. Jessip said that “This is not a political meeting.” In this meeting, we’ll talk about how America is in a spiritual crisis and how to fix it, which is to return to God and make up and restore the covenant that this country had with God.

Col. Giammona, who is now living in Columbus, Georgia, said that a single event can start a whole country to change. When he talked about the 1906 Azusa Street Revival led by Black Pentecostal preacher William J. Seymour, he talked about how that led to the birth of the Assemblies of God denomination, which is the one Col. Giammona is a member of.

There were “revivals” at those meetings, said the man. They “touched over 500 million people around the world for years.” One event could start something.

Maj. Gen. Dees, who retired in 2003 and has written a lot about the role of religion in American life, said, “I think there is strength when there are a lot of different religions in a country.” I let people believe what they believe. I think that’s what makes America great.

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