National Day of Prayer 2014

The National Day of Prayer office reports:

Our nation is divided, struggling and morally broken. So, what can we do about it? Take hope, for God gave us specific instructions. We are to gather together, fast and pray (Joel 1:14). Prayer is needed in America to restore the foundations of Christianity in our homes. Now is not the time to grow weary. Now is not the time to give up. God has identified for us the chinks in our armor and the hindering sins that prevail within, so we must gird up our loins and prepare in solemn assembly as never before. Just as the prophets Joel and Ezra called forth the people of Israel to unite on bended knees, in one voice of intercession and repentance to Jehovah, now is the time for America to do the same “so that with one mind and one voice” we may glorify our God and Father (Romans 15:6).

So what do we do?  We pray and help organize a National Day of Prayer event in your town.

We the people, requires for that your voice be heard.  First, let’s have our voice be heard in heaven.

National Day of Prayer is less than 2 months away.  An event will be held at the capitol at noon, in Topeka, other cities are planning their events now.

It can be as simple as meeting at your court house at noon with other Christian believers and praying for our nation, to having all day activities honoring our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, crying out for our nation through breakfasts, care homes, schools, your work place not to mention city wide events at a community center or large church.

In the meantime we need you to continue on our theme for this week which is PRAYER.  Legislation has been initiated to protect the family, through regulating the sale of hard liquor and limiting the outlets to certified liquor stores instead of every storefront that sells food…a whopping 3,500 in Kansas.  Pray about this.

Our children’s curriculum, in school, our religious freedom. Pray, Pray and Pray some more.

Click here to register you cities event: