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4 Responses to “National Day of Prayer”

  1. Pastor Kurt Says:

    May 7th, 2020 at 10:16 pm

    What a day of prayer for the body of Christ. I hope you found some time to get alone with Him. I have found a few moments throughout the day and am getting ready to spend some quality time tonight. Lord we pray for our nation. We pray for your mercy to fall on this pace as we humble ourselves and pray. We believe for a third great awakening to shake this land and for the people of God to come out of our slumber! Awaken the church and pour out your Spirit in and through us.

  2. Mary Gamboa Says:

    May 7th, 2020 at 8:12 pm

    Father, as your people, we humble ourselves and ask you to forgive us for where we have exalted our own knowledge and wisdom over yours. Give our leaders wisdom and guidance, knowledge from on high. Give them discernment as to how to move ahead. Bring this nation back To repentance and a knowledge of you. Be with all of our first responders and those on the front lines who are risking exposure daily. I ask you to expose every evil scheme of the enemy. Reveal every hidden, heinous agenda and convict every wicked heart. Let repentance sweep across this nation and with it, awakening!! Awake, awake o sleepers!!! In the body of Christ… awake awake o sleepers – those who have turned away. Awake awake o sleepers to those who have never known Jesus as Lord and savior! May we, as your people be wise as serpents and innocent as doves, meek, gentle, humble, yet bold and courageous to step out in faith, to boldly proclaim that our God reigns and he saves!!! Let the knowledge of the glory of god cover the earth as the waters cover the seas, in Jesus’s name!!

  3. Sharon Steinbach Says:

    May 7th, 2020 at 10:05 am

    First of all, then, I urge that petitions (specific requests), prayers, intercessions (prayers for others) and thanksgivings be offered on behalf of all people, for kings and all who are in [positions of] high authority, (including our pastor) so that we may live a peaceful and quiet life in all godliness and dignity. This [kind of praying] is good and acceptable and pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who [b]wishes all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge and recognition of the [divine] truth. (1 Timothy 2:1-4)

    When a man’s (anyone in authority)ways please the Lord,
    He makes even his enemies to be at peace with him. (Proverbs 16:7)

    Let his/her/their days (in authority) be few; and let (others) take his/her/ their office(s). (Psalm 109:8)

    Pray that ” God (will send) His angel and…shut the mouths of the “lions” so that they have not hurt (our President, Pastor, etc.)” (Daniel 6:22)

  4. Colin Says:

    May 7th, 2020 at 8:18 am

    As I was praying this morning, I was listening to a song called Graves into Gardens. The lord just spoke so clearly saying we have been in this time of waiting to finally let our graves be dead. To let him take that dead part of our life and turn it onto his beautiful garden. To let go and let God grow in and through us.