July 22, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court, U.S. Constitution

Living and Breathing or Sound Legal Document The Constitution is a legal document. Like all legal documents, it says some things and doesn’t say other things. Former Congressman, Tom Delay, said of the Supreme Court, “We have a judiciary run amok.” Former Chief Justice Rehnquist said about the Court many years ago in 1985, “It […]

July 21, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court

Altering the Constitution of the United States Why are the courts the problem? Because they have cast off restraint and no longer do what was initially intended of them. They are largely activists and not constitutionalists. They legislate from the bench, rewriting the Constitution. When necessary, if they can’t twist what they want out of […]

July 20, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court

Turning the Enemy Back at the Gate I believe the walls in our nation are represented by the presidency, the Congress, and other governmental entities. The gates are the courts (See Nehemiah 6:1-2). The Lord said to me once while I was praying at the Supreme Court, “You must focus on the courts. More has […]

July 19, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court

This is America? You can’t stand in the Supreme Court building, not even on the steps, and pray in an obvious way. You have to be all the way out on the sidewalk, if you don’t want security stopping you. You can’t stand in the Court building or on the steps and read your Bible. […]

July 18, 2018


Where the Strongman Lives Years ago, a wonderful intercessor who gave her life to pray full time for Washington, D.C., led me on a number of prayer journeys there. She was a strong and gracious lady and knew many of the Congressmen and women, who highly trusted her. She was very tuned-in to the things […]

July 17, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court, U.S. Constitution

Legislating From the Bench The Supreme Court of the United States was established, as were the Executive branch and the Congress (the legislative branch), by the U.S. Constitution in Article III, Section 2. The Justices were to serve for life, unless they were found to be corrupt, and had very limited power. Their role was […]

July 16, 2018

DutchSheetsGH15, Supreme Court

Past Regrets Now and then a President is absolutely sure he has found the perfect nominee as a Justice of the Supreme Court. Sometimes, it turns out that person reveals themselves to not be who the President thought they would be. While we want a strong supporter of the Constitution, that can mean different things […]

July 15, 2018

DutchSheetsBrett Kavanaugh, GH15, government, Supreme Court

What Happens Next? Many Christians are wondering what happens next to confirm a Supreme Court nominee? This is a good time for a lesson on government processes. First of all, the basics come right out of the Constitution of the United States. The President considers recommendations from many sources, then he makes a decision on […]

July 14, 2018

DutchSheetsBrett Kavanaugh, courts, GH15, media, Supreme Court

Is This the One? “Through the Church, the manifold wisdom of God is made known to the rulers and authorities at work today (Ephesians 3:10). This is the role of intercessors. This is why and how we pray for the nation. Many organizations and Christian leaders that I respect have endorsed Judge Kavanaugh for very […]

July 13, 2018

DutchSheetsBrett Kavanaugh, GH15, media, politics, Supreme Court

Flailing at Windmills What did we tell you? This nation is so politically divided that fear and craziness are out in full force! We are talking about the Supreme Court Justice nomination. It doesn’t matter who has been nominated, as we will show you. All that matters is each “side” hates the other and petticoats […]