All invited to march against drugs and opioid addiction set

Glenn Evans

I left Crisfield [48 years ago], but Crisfield never left me. It’s still home to me. I had an occasion the day after Crab Derby, Erik Emely works for me on the Salisbury bypass. He came in and was talking about the events in Crisfield, and that you had 14 or 15 drug overdoses, and one boy from Tangier passed away.

It bothered me. I got angry. They were talking about all the things that needed to be done, and they all need to be done, with the police forces, and the people, but just as clear as a bell, I’ve been Born Again 43 years. And the spirit of God spoke to me and said, “The problem is not as much a physical problem as it is a spiritual problem. The darkness that we have over Crisfield is in the heavily realm.”

The Bible says we don’t fight against flesh and blood, but we fight against principalities and powers, the rulers of darkness, spiritual wickedness in high places. That’s where we’ve got to go to war. It talks about the Kingdom of God suffers violence, and we have to take it by storm. We’re going to do a march with all the Christian churches. It’s going to be on the [Sunday, Nov. 5 at 2 o’clock]. We’re going to leave the fire hall,

and we’re going to get in one mind, one accord to go to the depot, and we’re going to get into one spirit, and we’re going to go to war in the heavens.

The Bible clearly teaches that Jesus gave us his name. That’s our authority. We can use that name and we can make a difference in the heavens. We can make that darkness and all those things that I talked about that we’re fighting against we can make them leave, and that’s exactly what we need to do.

So I’m asking every one of you that loves the Lord Jesus Christ and loves Crisfield to join me the. I’ll be 71 on Oct. 28, so it would be a good birthday present.

Let’s go, and let’s show the heavenliest that we mean business. Let’s get rid of ‘em. And we’re going to ask the Holy Spirit if He would just like he did in the beginning, to brood over His people, and start a revival in there that may spread all over the world.

Let’s do it Crisfield; we can do it. See you on the 5th at 2 o’clock. Thanks.

Glenn Evans

— Crisfield native Glenn Evans of Salisbury invites everyone to an anti-drug march on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. starting at the Crisfield Fire Department. His comments have appeared on the Crisfield Drug Crisis (CDC) Facebook page.

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