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move of God happen in our time, we must remember revival starts on a personal level. Do you want to see society change? Ask God to make you thirsty. Pray for a revival. Let’s request one. Let’s do so by imitating the prayer of the country preacher. He was so distraught by the conditions of the world that he went outside and drew a big circle in the dirt. He stood in the center of the circle and prayed, Lord, bring revival and begin with everyone in this circle. Change begins when change begins with me. Excerpt taken from “Help Is Here: Finding Fresh Strength and Purpose in the Power of the Holy Spirit” by Max Lucado (Thomas Nelson Publishers: Nashville, Tennessee ©️ 2022). Since entering the ministry in 1978, Max Lucado has served churches in Miami, Florida; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and San Antonio, Texas. He currently serves as Teaching Minister of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio. He is the recipient of the 2021 ECPA Pinnacle Award for his outstanding contribution to the publishing industry and society at large. He is America’s bestselling inspirational author with more than 145 million products in print. His latest book is “Help is Here: Finding Fresh Strength and Purpose in the Holy Spirit.”

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via Getty Images) The young journalist’s columns ran under the byline of Jacqueline Bouvier. She changed her name to Jacqueline Kennedy when she married Sen. John F. Kennedy, D-Mass., on Sept. 12, 1953. She became America’s first lady on Jan. 20, 1961, when her husband became the 35th president of the United States. She was only 31. When Jacqueline Bouvier wrote her column headlined “Crowds of Americans Fill ‘Bright and Pretty’ London,” she could hardly have imagined that she and her husband-to-be would someday be honored at a black-tie dinner in Buckingham Palace by Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip. “The whole country is concerned with the coronation, the whole coronation and nothing but the coronation,” America’s future first lady wrote in the Washington Times-Herald in 1953. “Every home one could see thru the windows of the boat train between Southampton and London bore a picture of Queen Elizabeth — pasted on the outside of the house or in a window. … Every building is decorated: great swoops of multi-colored bunting adorn all the big hotels ….” Jaqueline Bouvier went on to recount how the people of London were surprised and touched that Americans were so interested in the coronation of their young queen. Video And at a time when World War II was fresh in the mind of every adult in Britain, Bouvier wrote movingly about how the night watchman in the apartment building where she was staying “appeared in our living room … bearing a big American flag. As he hung it in our front window, he remarked that it had been given him by an American naval officer who rented the flat during World War II. ‘Those chaps were so good to me,’ he recalled. ‘I miss them. Now that I’ve got some Americans again. I’ve just got to hang out the flag.’” Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip hosted President Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy for dinner at Buckingham Palace on June 5, 1961. This was the first time an American president attended such a dinner

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Americans pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth at British Embassy British Amb. to the U.S. Dame Karen Pierce says an ‘amazing’ number of Americans have paid their respects to the queen through the embassy in Washington, D.C. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Listen to this article 0:00 / 5:12 1X BeyondWords Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II at age 96, journalists from around the world will gather in London in coming months to cover the coronation of her son, King Charles III, just as they gathered on June 2, 1953, to see his mother crowned queen. But it’s doubtful any of today’s journalists will ever be as famous as a then-obscure 24-year-old American woman covering Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne. The young journalist, who was paid $42.50 a week (about $470 in 2022 dollars), was called an “Inquiring Camera Girl.” She worked for the now-defunct Washington Times-Herald (it shut down in 1954) and her job on a typical day was to travel around America’s capital to ask people questions about topics in the news, take their photos, and write about what they said in her newspaper column. WHAT QUEEN ELIZABETH LEARNED FROM THE CHALLENGES OF WORLD WAR II Strikingly beautiful and well-educated, the former debutante drew the plum assignment of covering the crowning of Queen Elizabeth less than eight years before she herself would become one of the most photographed women in the world. A biography published in 2000 regarding her tumultuous life was titled “America’s Queen.” Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Imperial State Crown and the Duke of Edinburgh in uniform of Admiral of the Fleet wave from the balcony to the onlooking crowds around the gates of Buckingham Palace after the coronation. (PA Images

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