March 14, 2020 | IFA Staff
As if to punctuate the press conference Friday, with the unveiling of many preparations and plans to care for citizens in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, President Trump called for a National Day of Prayer on Sunday, March 15. The President followed up with a tweet that expressed this:
“It is my great honor to declare Sunday, March 15th as a National Day of Prayer. We are a country that throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times like these…No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Together. we will easily PREVAIL!”
We can be thankful that we have a President who values the power of prayer!
Many of you have been faithfully praying about this health crisis since its inception, but there is power in unified prayer and humbling ourselves before the Lord. Share this proclamation with friends, family members, fellow churchgoers and more, to join together in unified prayer about the coronavirus on Sunday. If you are looking for prayer points to pray, IFA has several prayer guides that can help guide your prayer time.
IFA has also created a prayer guide that focuses on finding peace in God
during this turbulent time–it is a great resource to share.
May we see greater receptiveness to the gospel during this time when people are looking for answers, comfort, peace, and protection. Look for opportunities to share with those you know.