Election Audits Saturated with Prayer

If the prayers of Doug Logan (Cyber Ninjas CEO) are answered, nothing less than revival will flow from the months-long work in the Maricopa County forensic election audit. Logan joined Pray with America’s Leaders on Sept. 30, along with Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase, to discuss the much watched and disputed forensic audit.

“I truly feel like the entire audit, I was carried through prayer,” Logan says, thanking the Intercessors for America (IFA) prayer warriors. “I was very aware of all the people praying all the time.” 

The audit team installed a prayer wall at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Over the course of the project, staff and volunteers added poster boards to collect all the prayers and Scripture. 

The audit revealed significant discrepancies about the Arizona election. Many questions remain, but now responsibility for answering them is in the hands of Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich. 

Intercessor Cheri Tuttle described the tone that was set early on, as Logan met with staff and volunteers to emphasize the importance of living above reproach and of individual and national repentance. Tuttle was impressed when Logan spoke about listening to the Holy Spirit. 

According to Logan, “There were so many days where I privately got on my knees and was in literal tears as to the weight of what was going on and in prayer. I could just tell that people were praying for us.”

Logan continues, “I don’t fully understand why this audit is so pivotal in what is happening to our country right now. But it is in the spiritual realm. It’s not just in the physical realm. It has a core impact on where our country is going. And I’m truly believing for revival. I don’t know how revival comes out of an audit, but that’s what I’ve been praying for!”

At least five people working on the audit gave their lives to the Lord.

JOYCE SWINGLE, taken from Intercessors for America blog.