Wednesday, May 4, 2011

National Day of Prayer

Hello, I sincerely hope this blog finds everyone at their best!

Today in the United States is National Day of Prayer. I am asking that each of you will please lift up a Sister in your prayers, not only here in the United States, but the world all over. Please lift up Sisters in those parts of the world where the Bible is not being taught, or heard, or seen and where girls and women are raped and exploited and persecuted.

Friends, I am humbly asking that you please pray with me for our Muslim Sisters that they get converted to Christianity. Pray for our Mormon Sisters that they get the power to leave those polygamous marriages and raise their daughters to be fearful of the Lord instead of fearful of Joseph Smith. Pray for our Christian Sisters that they will continue to walk in the light. Just pray, pray, pray, pray. This is the time for intercession and intervention. So please join me today in lifting up our Sisters all over the world.

James 5:20 promises us, “…remember this: Whoever turns a sinner from the error of their way will save them from death and cover over a multitude of sins.” Today is the day for us as believers to help others who may not know Christ or even those who have fallen along the way. Today is the day to get ourselves renewed, revived, rejuvenated in our walk with Christ. My friends, do it today, do not delay.

I pray for you, you pray for me.

God bless,
Therese from Belize

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