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Modern Day Slavery

“The first step for many trafficking victims is recognizing they’re in slavery.  The next is accepting that they are not defined by it, but can embrace freedom and eventually fight for the freedom of others.  Much like trafficking survivors, our great nation is being called to recognize slavery in our midst, take a stand for freedom and lead the charge in establishing justice in the nations.” Alisa Jordheim1

“Righteousness and justice are the foundation of Your throne; lovingkindness and truth go before You.” (Psalm 89:14; NASB)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  1. Pray that Believers will be willing to see the slavery in our midst.

  2. Command every occult structure empowering traffickers and keeping the trafficked hidden to be dissolved.

  3. Intercede for our nation that we would have the courage to dismantle and prosecute all parties involved in trafficking, from buyers to sellers.

A prayer you can pray:

Thank you Lord that America is a nation founded on freedom and has a responsibility to establish righteousness and justice for every citizen.  We declare that America will not be apathetic to the issue of slavery, but our eyes will be opened and our hearts pierced. We declare that every occult structure is being unraveled and traffickers and trafficking systems are being exposed and dismantled.  We declare that America is destined to be a righteous nation and we call her back to the legacy of freedom and justice for all.

Today’s decree:

I call America a righteous nation, one free from modern day slavery, with freedom and justice for all!

1 Alisa Jordheim is the co-founding Director of Justice Society. Read more about Alisa and Justice Society at


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