Thursday is ‘National Day of Prayer’

Millions throughout the world will be uniting for National Prayer Day Thursday.

This year’s state and local prayer day event coordinators share how everyone can join in on this special day and be part of a united front.

There’s an old saying: ‘prayer changes everything.’ Blessed assurance for believers during this unprecedented time in history in the shadow of COVID-19.

These two prayer warriors believe it’s not just the threat to lives and health that must be dealt with, but also the spirit of fear that has spread like the virus.

They plan to join forces in the battle during Thursday’s ‘National Day of Prayer,’ the state-wide prayer event will last 12 hours from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mississippi National Day of Prayer State Coordinator Debra Brown said, “We in Mississippi are planning a live event on Facebook. It’s an hour worship, 30 minutes of prayer. Our Governor Reeves will be on at 11:30 a.m. to give the decree for the Proclamation of Mississippi, and then there will be many others leading the worship and the prayer.”

One of those leaders, Connie Lillo-Thieman, who will be praying over the area of arts and entertainment, something she’s done in years past at the annual gathering in Gulfport. “We were sad to get the news that they had to cancel at Jones Park, but National Day of Prayer said, ‘we’re not canceling.’ We just love that. We’re coming up with new ways we can still gather and unite.”

You can take part in Thursday’s National Day of Prayer from the comfort of your own home or place of work from your computer or mobile device. Just head on over to Mississippi National Day of Prayer @ NDOPCentralMS to catch the 12-hour event from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for the statewide service or One Coast National Day of Prayer on Facebook Live from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday.”

“Join with us. It’s all about unity of spirit and the bond of peace. We really need that now because of all the uncertainty about the things going on. So as we seek the Lord with our whole heart, he’s opening up to hear our prayers. He will make a way, even when there doesn’t seem to be a way, He will make a way.”

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