United in Prayer – Call to pray, 3pm on Good Friday

The following request to pray comes from Jonathan Oloyede, National Day of Prayer and Worship:

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The Church needs to unite like never before and PRAY TOGETHER.

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United in prayer Good Friday 2020

Christians are encouraged to come out of their homes at 3pm on Friday 10th April as an expression of faith and identification with our Christ on the Cross when He cried out “IT IS FINISHED!”. In unity, we will Sing “Amazing Grace”, Pray the Lord’s prayer and declare “It is Finished”

 

I am writing this letter under a heavy burden from the Lord.

In the last few days I have been taking long morning walks with the Lord. In this time, I received a burden to support and facilitate a joining together of the ‘Wheels of Prayer’ already spinning.

I believe the Church needs to unite like never before and PRAY TOGETHER.

At 3pm on Good Friday we are asking you to step out of your home and join multitudes of Christians across Northern Ireland, Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales in prayer.

This will be a public expression of our faith and unity as The Church prays for the healing of the Land.

God bless you and thank you very much for giving me your time to read this email.

Please check out the press release and flyer below. I would like you to please share this with every Christian you know.

Grace and peace be with you.

Jonathan Oloyede
National Day of Prayer & Worship

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The flyer has no logo or names. This is deliberate because we want anyone and everyone to own it and spread it at local, regional and national level.

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