Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Restoring Honor’ Category

Awesome photos of this historic event about Faith, and turning back to God and the values of our founding.

_____________________________________________________________

Photos from 8/28 Restoring Honor

August 30, 2010 – 3:58 ET

Thank you to the thousands of people who attended the Restoring Honor event that took place on August 28 in Washington DC. We have selected about 100 photos from the thousands that were sent in by fans, take a look below…

Restoring Honor Photos: On Stage
Take a look at Glenn, Sarah Palin, Marcus Luttrell, Albert Pujols and more…


Page 1

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Page 5


Restoring Honor Photos: People
Who attended the 8/28 event and why is the media so scared of them?


Page 1

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Page 5


Restoring Honor Photos: Crowd
The crowd was estimated at a half million, take a look for yourself…


Page 1

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

Page 5

Related

Restoring Honor: Front pages of newspapers

more…

Restoring Honor: Online Coverage

more…

_____________________________________________________________

Link to full original article: Photos of Restoring Honor Event

Read Full Post »

Some amazing pictures, you be the judge, but it has to be between 300k-600k.

I am sure the debate will go on, but I am so proud so many attended to help deliver the message that we must turn back to God….

______________________________________________________________

Photos: Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally

______________________________________________________________

Link to full original post with these pictures and more: Photos: Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally

Read Full Post »

Click on the link to the Right Scoop below to see the CSPAN video of all 3 hours.

Great, well worth watching….

____________________________________________________________

Watch Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor (3 hours)

Watch all 3 hours of Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally that happened on 8/28/2010. It was an amazing event that left me in tears more than I though it would. It was not about politics, but about honoring God, honoring those who have fought and currently fight for our freedom, and restoring honor and integrity to our great nation that we call America. A special thanks to CSPAN for covering the event.

____________________________________________________________

Link to full original article: Watch Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor (3 hours)

Read Full Post »

This was an amazing event, and a very good article from the New York Times.  Surprisingly fair.

This is exactly what America needs, and I believe God has been working through Glenn to call his people back.  Not to a specific denomination or religion.  But God wants all his children to stand behind him as we enter these challenging times.

Only God can fix the mess we have gotten ourselves into and lead us to the promise land, what ever that may be.

My favorite quote from the article was the last paragraph on the second page, Glenn said:

“My role, as I see it, is to wake America up to the backsliding of principles and values and most of all of God,” he said. “We are a country of God. As I look at the problems in our country, quite honestly, I think the hot breath of destruction is breathing on our necks and to fix it politically is a figure that I don’t see anywhere.”

Wake up America, turn back to God!

_____________________________________________________________

At the Lincoln Memorial, a Call for Religious Rebirth

WASHINGTON — An enormous and impassioned crowd rallied at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday, summoned by Glenn Beck, a conservative broadcaster who called for a religious rebirth in America at the site where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech 47 years ago to the day.

“Something that is beyond man is happening,” Mr. Beck said in opening the event as the crowd thronged near the memorial grounds. “America today begins to turn back to God.”

It was part religious revival, part history lecture, as Mr. Beck invoked the founding fathers and the “black-robed regiment” of pastors of the Revolutionary War and spoke of American exceptionalism.

The crowd was a mix of groups that have come together under the Tea Party umbrella. Some wore T-shirts from the Campaign for Liberty, the libertarian group that came out of the presidential campaign of Representative Ron Paul, while others wore the gear of their local Tea Party group, or of 9/12 groups, which were founded after a special broadcast Mr. Beck did in March 2009.

But the program was distinctly different from most Tea Party rallies. While Tea Party groups have said they want to focus on fiscal conservatism and not risk alienating people by talking about religion or social issues, the rally on Saturday was overtly religious, filled with gospel music and speeches that were more like sermons.

Mr. Beck imbued his remarks on Saturday and at events the night before with references to God and a need for a religious revival. “For too long, this country has wandered in darkness,” Mr. Beck said Saturday. “This country has spent far too long worrying about scars and thinking about scars and concentrating on scars. Today, we are going to concentrate on the good things in America, the things that we have accomplished, and the things that we can do tomorrow.”

Many in the crowd said they had never been to a Tea Party rally, but they described themselves as avid Glenn Beck fans, and many said they had been motivated to come by faith.

Becky Benson, 56, traveled from Orlando, Fla., because, she said, “we believe in Jesus Christ, and he is our savior.” Jesus, she said, would not have agreed with what she called the redistribution of wealth in the form of the economic stimulus package, bank bailouts and welfare. “You cannot sit and expect someone to hand out to you,” she said. “You don’t spend your way out of debt.”

Mr. Beck’s themes were ones he returns to on his radio and television shows, and people in the crowd echoed his ideas, saying that “progressives” were moving the country toward socialism and that the country must get back to a strict interpretation of the Constitution, which would limit the role of the federal government and do away with entitlement programs.

“The federal government is only to offer us protection from our enemies and help us when we need it,” said Ron Sears, 65, who came on a caravan of three buses from Corbin, Ky. “The states are supposed to control education and everything having to do with their citizens, except when they need federal help.”

_____________________________________________________________

Link to full original article: At the Lincoln Memorial, a Call for Religious Rebirth

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts