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Time to Humble Ourselves and Pray — 6 Comments

  1. journeytoepiphany~Praise God for all the prayers rising up for our nation. Glad to hear you are part of that intercession.

    Shanda~we all have to practice confession and repentance. It’s not a natural tendency or necessarily a practice that is taught well. The old acronym ACTS–Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication is a good reminder of how to prepare our hearts before the Lord. Not that it has to be by rote because there are definitely times when we just need to cry out our problems before the Lord first.

    I’m sorry to hear about the turn out at your church. Perhaps, a lot of people were working or were gathering elsewhere in prayer. No matter where we are or what day it is, may we offer a continual sacrifice of praise and prayer to our Heavenly Father–for our nation and many other requests.

    God bless you.

    Thank you both for visiting today. May your week be filled with His joy.

    From My Heart to Yours,
    Janis

  2. Thank you for your kind words on my blog…and for visiting.
    In regards, again, to your post, I attend a church of 4500 and attended the National Day of Prayer today and there were less than 50 present. Made me sad.

  3. oh janis, your heart is in the right place: it’s a beautiful place, and a hard one, this place of repentance. if only we would all bow and sorrow into the earth, he would lift us up and use us, like never before… that we might learn this. thank you. xo

  4. I led the repentance prayer at our National Day of Prayer service and I couldn’t help but see the same thing; I don’t have the luxury of pointing fingers. It is the people of God, me, who should be busy building God’s kingdom and doing the assignments He gives me. I can’t blame all of “them” for the mess.

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