Hagee talked about the day they heard about the invasion on the radio and how people all over America dropped to their knees. His Dad and Mother drug his 4-year-old body swiftly across a campground to the church where people gathered to pray all through the night. He said there were pictures in the newspaper of people on their knees at their jobs praying next to the machinery they ran -- or people on their knees in the fields. Sure wouldn't see THAT today.
Hagee's detailed sermon of failure after failure, and thousands of deaths that day was to point out that we should have lost that battle -- but because of the prayers of bible-thumping, prayer-believing American citizens, the battle was miraculously won.
And please! Listen to the sermon yourself at http://www.jhm.org/ -- today's date, I imagine. It is so much better than I described it. If you want to know what my Daddy was like, you will soon know. Rev. John Hagee reminds me so much of him.