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Sean Feucht leads praise service in front of Supreme Court

Christian singer Sean Feucht gave credit to God for the recent Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade. He recently led worship in front of the court building.

“I think that we have to give him praise,” he told Fox News. “That’s what we’re doing out here today. We’re going to worship in front of the Supreme Court, because we’re going to give him glory. We’re going to give him praise, because only he could do something like this in our generation. I think it’s sad when we can’t even celebrate the goodness of God. So that’s our heart today. We’ve got to celebrate his goodness and be thankful for what he’s done.”

Feucht reflected on the intimate moment when he first felt the heart of God regarding the issue of abortion.

“The journey started for me when I was 17 years old, and I was actually on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.,” he said. “We had a prayer meeting called The Call D.C., and one of the preachers began to talk about and share about abortion and Roe v. Wade and began to share about this burden of prayer to see this reversal of this death decree. And man, something came on my heart, and it was like a burden from heaven. It wasn’t a manmade thing. It wasn’t a manipulation thing. It was really like I felt like I got the heart of God for this issue, and I began to pray ever since I was 17 years old.”

Feucht also addressed those who feel anger and outrage toward the Supreme Court’s ruling.

“My message to them would be, think about the babies. 62 million babies have been aborted since 1973,” he said. “This isn’t about you and whatever you think your rights are. This is about a future generation. This is about those that have been the child sacrifice on the altar of convenience. And that’s why we’re here. We’re here to take a stand for them. We’re here to thank God for what he’s done. And we’re believing that really the fight in a lot of ways has just begun. It’s going to go back to the states. And so we’ve got a lot of work to do.”

–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice