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October 22, 2020 – October 24, 2020 all-day
I know we are all concerned about the unrest, the violence, chaos, and the unraveling of our country taking place right before our eyes. And when you add the pandemic and the politics of an election year, we all feel the burden and confusion of a world gone mad. So many ask, “What are we going to do?” We are going to do exactly what the Lord has instructed us to do. He says, “If My people who are called by my name shall humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
There it is! It is not complicated! It just needs to be implemented! And the Lord has provided us a tool to follow His instructions. He laid it upon Faye Thompson’s heart to present to me a vision of returning to our Watchman Prayer Wall for three days October 21-24 to pray for our country, communities, and our churches. I stand with her 100% and I am calling upon the church to quickly and earnestly sign up. The answer, and the only answer, for America, is our response of obedience to the Lord’s instruction to pray and seek His face.
For those who do not know, and as a reminder to those who participated in our previous wall of prayer, here is how this works.
1. To participate you will need to choose an hour to pray.
2. The person who prays the hour before you will call you at the beginning of your hour to pray for you as you start your hour.
3. As you conclude your hour of prayer you will call the one who follows you to pray for them as they start their hour.
Our goal is to keep prayer going for three days, 24 hours a day. It will begin at midnight on the 21st and end at midnight on the 24th. All who sign up will be given material to use for your hour of prayer.
How do you sign up? You can simply fill out the form below or on the Prayer Wall page at https://washingtonbaptistchurch.org/prayer-wall/. If you have any questions let me know. These are extraordinary times that call for extraordinary prayer.