UPDATE on 3rd December – Join the National Day of Prayer for our Government, in Chelmsford:
Chelmsford 24-7 Prayer are calling for Christians to gather in our City to Prayer for our National Government, on the evening of Sunday 9th December, for 2 hours, 7pm to 9pm, at Cables House, next to Life Church, Hall Street, Chelmsford, CM2 0HG – full details – click here.
We are excited to hear of so many at the present time organising and being involved in times of prayer for our Nation.
Today, we heard of Catch the Fire, a church in Bournemouth on the south coast, who are challenged by The Lord to call a National Day of Prayer for Government on Sunday 9th December 2018.
The day is inspired by Isaiah 66:8 and calls for Believers to use their God given authority to call in Divine order to the UK:
“Who has ever heard of such things? Who has ever seen things like this? Can a country be born in a day or a nation brought forth in a moment? Yet no sooner is Zion in labour than she gives birth to her children.”
The Senior Leader at the Church said:
‘I wondered who I could influence to organise [a National day of Prayer]… I thought of the biggest names I know in ministry and if I could get them to do it. Then I figured as I had the vision for it I better do it and just release it on Facebook and see what happens.’
Already several thousand people have engaged through their Facebook Page (click here). God surely wants ‘grassroots’ believers to take up the call to praying for the UK – as well as ‘big’ prayer organisations and well known leaders.
The National Day of Prayer, on Sunday 9th December, can be taken up wherever you are, in your own City, Town, Village.
Full details are on the Church’s website:
As Believers around the UK – including we hope in Chelmsford – on Sunday 9th December join together in prayer, The Lord will, like Gideon’s Army, surely multiply the effect. We will see Victory, and the Name of Jesus Christ lifted up across our Land.
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