Tomorrow, May 6th, is the 59th National Day of Prayer scheduled to be held here in America. I humbly urge all who love God to please participate in this heartwarming event. It may be our last "official" one with the way our government is leaning. So many in our government and military hierarchy now what to eliminate any reference to our Saviour Jesus. I was happy to see our local state Representative, Jack Kingston, calling for an investigation into why Rev. Franklin Graham and another Christian were disinvited to the National Day of Prayer. Good going Jack!
For those who may not know, Rev. Franklin Graham spoke the truth about Islam's treatment of women and calls it an evil and wicked religion. He was originally invited to be the speaker at a National Day of Prayer event at the Pentagon this year and those bunch of weenies up there said he wasn't invited any more.
This morning I heard that a poll done by Fox News, that 83% believe that God answers prayer! Isn't that wonderful!? I'm glad so many folks know this. But I say, of course He does. He answers ALL prayer, it just may not be to our liking. It is a "His will be done" situation, you know. And that's a good thing.
Let's all join together with our neighbors, friends, strangers, loved ones to pray for our nation. That we will turn back to Him and seek His face in all things.
"The LORD is good, a refuge in times of trouble. He cares for those who trust in Him" Nahum 1:7
Amen! He does care! May His will be done and may it please our Lord God in Jesus' name to bless our nation and help us win this spiritual war for so many souls.
May God forgive and bless our nation, even though we don't deserve it. I know our nation still has a lot of good to give to the world. "See ya in church y'all!" :)
Source: National Day Of Prayer
ADDED WEDNESDAY 7:00 PM:
I have learned when our local event is taking place for anyone in this area interested --
BLACKSHEAR—The Pierce County Ministerial Association will be hosting a “National Day of Prayer” event Thursday at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Blackshear.
The theme for the event, taken from Nahum 1:7, is “Prayer .. For Such a Time as This.” Participating in the event will be Dr. Jesse Truvillion, of Blackshear Presbyterian Church, and his wife, Lt. Col. (retired) Jean Truvillion. Everyone is invited to participate in the 59th annual event to commemorate “National Day of