Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Ocmulgee National Monument

Over a thousand years ago Native American Indians had a thriving culture on the Macon plateau in central Georgia. They built massive earth mounds for religious ceremonies. On the Great Temple Mound they worshipped their spirit gods and conducted various rituals. The site is preserved as the Ocmulgee National Monument.

The death of Jesus on the cross is the ultimate sacrifice to rescue the perishing and change lives. The sacrifice that Jesus made is more powerful than all other sacrifices.  His blood is still flowing today and can be applied to the lives of individuals, as well as entire communities. As believers go into any territory they carry this mighty weapon to bring change.  We applied the blood of Jesus to redeem this land and release prosperity over the area.

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