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How Sean Feucht Uses the Devil’s ‘Special Hate’ Against Him

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Shawn Akers

As a worship leader, Sean Feucht is keenly aware of Satan’s hatred for him. Every time he sings a word of praise to God the enemy cringes.

But Feucht also knows that when the presence of God and the Holy Spirit comes upon him—or any other child of God—demonic forces are driven back into hell. And that’s why he continues to belt out praise to God throughout the entire country, including during his Kingdom to the Capitol Tour, in which he and his team plan to lead worship in all 50 state capitals in 2023.

On his podcast, All Things Possible ministry leader Victor Marx called Feucht one of the “most dangerous men for God out there.”

“It’s true that demons hate worship, they can’t stand it,” Marx told Feucht. “Satan hates it worst of all because he has a special hate for you because you are a worship leader. That was Satan’s job in heaven, and so he can’t stand it being done for the right reason. Thank you for your faithfulness. We need to pray not only for Sean, but also for his family.”

Feucht says that our country needs all the help it can get in these evil and trying times, and it’s up to people like us—and him—to take the fight to the enemy as intensely as possible.

“Drastic times call for drastic measures,” Feucht told Marx. “We’re in a crucial time, a hinge moment in our history. We just need to start doing radical stuff. We can’t think small, we can’t dream small. “Our faith has been building incrementally over the last two and a half years since we started Let Us Worship during the pandemic, and now we’re seeing what God is doing in over 180 cities.

“Hundreds of thousands across America are seeing an awakening, a beginning, a rebirth. It has just increased our expectations of what God can do in 2023. We saw the Asbury thing kick off, and we’ve seen some rumblings take place across America. We’re going to strike while the iron is hot. We’re going to go full-blown, pedal to the metal. That’s why we’re doing this Kingdom to the Capitol Tour.”

Marx said that God loves to bring forth those that “love to smash the enemy” and “crush the forces of darkness.” And, he said, that is exactly what Feucht and his team are doing in a time where the Holy Spirit appears to be making his presence known on college campus and many churches throughout the country—offsetting the apathetic attitudes of a great deal of churches in America.

“There is so much biblical precedent for what we’re doing. At heart, it’s actually Davidic,” Feucht says. … “I do feel like there is something about this, a season where there seems to be a lot of grace. There is almost a leaning in to what God is doing.

“Across America, there are amazing reports from pastors about services going longer, about prayer meetings and other gatherings. There is a real pressing in to the things of God. When we kicked off this tour, we believed and still believe that ever single state we go to, we’ll have a significant impact. … There heart of it is that we want the presence of God to be the centerpiece, that it’s what draws people to in to Him. The true presence of God, well, you can’t manufacture it and you can’t deny it.” {eoa}

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Shawn A. Akers is the online editor at Charisma Media.

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