In Oklahoma City, the Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network and the United States Reformation Prayer Network met in a national meeting of state leaders. While there, Sarah Burton, coordinator of the Indiana Apostolic Prayer Network, made a presentation of a cornerstone. It was created as a response to a prophetic word given to Indiana by Cindy Jacobs (see below) in May of 2010. On the stone is the name of Yeshua in Hebrew as well as the date of its presentation before the states in Oklahoma City (December 8, 2010). The last line is the date of Texas' statehood in Hebrew and Roman time.
Jesus is 'the stone you masons threw out, which is now the cornerstone.' Salvation comes no other way; no other name has been or will be given to us by which we can be saved, only this one." (Acts 4:11-12, The Message)
It will be carried with us as we journey the El Camino Real de los Tejas on January 28-February 2, 2011. See: El Camino Real de los Tejas
We are going to establish Jesus as the true cornerstone of Texas! If you would like to help with the cutting, inscribing and shipping of the stone to Texas, please send gifts to TXAPN, P.O. Box 3503 Arlington, Texas 76007 or go to eGiving at TXAPN.
Father, we decree right now that the anointing on this state of Indiana for miracles and healing to be the medicine to the nations. The Lord is showing me that there are leaves for the healing of the nation in Indiana. So Father, we decree that the foundation is going to be put on the right place. I literally see somehow, I don't know how it will be be, but just pieces of stone, the rick of the limestone, being sent to fifty states eventually. 'The Lord says, "I am giving you the anointing to set a new cornerstone in America, for you a cornerstone state, and the Lord says that you will write My name upon the stone, and there will be new cornerstones set. It will not be the cornerstone set by Baal, the altars of Baal, but there will be new altars built, says the Lord, and I give you the anointing to build altars," says God.' (Dr. Cindy Jacobs - May 21, 2010)