Photo: Senate Chaplain Barry Black, a former Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy, is the first African-American and the first Seventh-day Adventist to be elected to the Senate chaplaincy.
Ted Cruz recently held a prayer meeting with conservative pastors and members of Congress to pray against Satan’s power.
They prayed in the Kennedy Caucus Room in the Capitol and in the U.S. Senate chamber.
“We got on our knees… and it sounded almost like a labor room as people were crying out to God for the revival that Chaplain Black believes is coming and that we believe is coming,” Pastor Dave Kistler said.
“To do that in the Senate chamber was an absolutely astounding opportunity,” he added. “And again it puts an exclamation point on the Senate chaplain’s assessment that revival is on the way and may indeed begin in the halls of Congress.”