Jericho March Co-Founder: ‘God Told Me to Let the Church Roar’

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By NTD Newsroom
December 13, 2020Latest Clips

WASHINGTON—Rob Weaver, a co-founder of the Jericho March which encircled Washington D.C. on Saturday, told NTD that days after Election Day, he experienced a vision telling him to rally the people for a series of marches around the “spiritual walls of this country”—the Department of Justice and the Supreme Court in the nation’s capital, as well as in the capitals of the swing states.

Weaver said he felt it was the will of God to get it done, despite everyone around him telling him not to get involved. “God told me to let the church roar,” he said.

Once he started organizing, Weaver said he came to see that people felt very strongly that something was not right with the 2020 election, and that even if elected, most Christians will not see Biden as the legitimate president without a transparent audit of the election process and count.

One of the scariest things that can happen in this country would be if Americans no longer trust the election process, Weaver said.

He added that as someone who has worked for the federal government, he has seen firsthand some of the hidden and horrible things that happen in the “swamp.”

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