The principal stops after Natchitoches were:
- Los Adaes - the first capital of the province of Texas under Spain. We laid the Yeshua cornerstone on the spot and dedicated this royal capital to our King. The El Camino Real was a road that Spain used to connect one capital with another - starting in Mexico City and ending in Los Adaes. Apostle Jay Swallow called us precisely at the moment we were placing on plumb line on the site of the Mission Chapel at Los Adaes and prayed and declared God's purposes over us.
- The Sabine River - on both sides of the river we cut the old routes of sin (especially the forced membership into Freemasonry) that was imposed by the owner of the ferry before you entered Texas.
- San Augustine - the location of one of the major Spanish missions planted along the Royal Road. We dealt with a very strong presence of pain that was forced upon the Native American population.
Today as we start our journey we will sign up fr the Lord's Army. Here is Nacogdoches in 1832, a National Militia was formed, and again on January 14, 1836 (175 years ago) - David Crockett and his 65 volunteers signed up for the army with the provincial government of Texas. We are headed down the Royal Road towards Alto, Mission Tejas, Crockett and eventually Bryan/College Station.
Thank you for your prayers.