On Monday evening, the United States Senate voted to confirm Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court Associate Justice after a week of hearing confirmation.
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Judge Amy Coney Barrett stood with President Donald Trump at the swearing-in event, held on the south lawn at the White House. She was Trump’s nominee for the slot in the Supreme Court which was vacated recently by RGB.
“This is a momentous day for America,” Trump declared.
Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the Constitutional Oath to Barrett with 200 people in attendance. She will start her duty on Tuesday after a judicial oath in a private ceremony.
According to CBN News, the total votes for Judge Amy on Monday were the closest high court confirmation ever. The number of votes resulted in 52-48.
Meanwhile, worship leader, Sean Feucht, called the worship event he led at the National Mall as “divine timing” before the full vote on Amy’s confirmation. He noted that he and his team have been praying for God to raise someone who is seated in the high court with a heart against abortion. He believes she is the one.
He shared on his social media page, “You can’t make this stuff up! Only God could have ordained #LetUsWorship on the National Mall the night before this vote! For such a time as this!”
“This season is the first time where I have really felt in my spirit…God, you’re raising up deliverers, you’re raising up Esthers to reverse the death decree of Roe v. Wade,” he added.
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