October 11, 2011, at approximately 6:45 AM (Central Time), David Hall went home to be with the Lord. He was a wonderful friend of mine and a better friend of Jesus’. He was a powerful voice for preborn children, and an eloquent spokesperson for our veterans and active duty soldiers. What a great man of God David Hall was.

He lived his life to the full, never fearing failure and attempting valiant and sometimes impossible deeds for His King, Jesus. There was no mountain too high, no valley too deep that David was not willing to traverse if he knew God was calling him. He feared nothing that breathed. Yet feared greatly the call of Almighty God upon his life. He was a son, a husband, a father, a grandfather, a friend, a brother in Christ, a fellow worker in His Master’s vineyard, and a fellow soldier in the Lord. What a legacy he has left for us.

His piercing blue eyes were filled with excitement, determination, and courage. I often found strength in Christ when I gazed into David’s eyes and saw his chin set like a flint toward Jerusalem. I was scared – he was certain! That is the way it always was when we were storming the gates of hell with David Hall.

The giants were never too big. The devil never too bad. The course never too dangerous. There was always the joy of the journey ahead, no matter how narrow the gate or difficult the path.

Miss Phyllis, he always spoke so highly of you. You were to him, a pillar that made him strong.

I will miss him and look forward to joining him one day, God helping me, in a place where we will never have to say goodbye again.

Good night for now my dear brother – we will see you in the morning.

In Christian love,


Here’s a story about David by Jim Douglas of WFAA.com in Dallas/Ft. Worth


Visitation for David Hall will be Friday, October 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mount Olivet Funeral Home, 2301 North Sylvania Avenue, in Fort Worth.  The funeral is scheduled for Saturday, October 15 at 2:30 p.m. It will take place at Calvary Cathedral International, 1701 Oakhurst Scenic Drive, in Fort Worth.

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to:

The Liberty Bell and Law Memorial Foundation

PO Box 77843

Fort Worth, Texas 76177

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  1. Kyle says:

    I wish that I had known about this guy, a true hero and inspiration. He fought the corrupt Nebraska problem, and many of us are waking up.

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