Our country has drifted away from God, but He still loves us. God is calling upon us all to put away any negative feelings toward our government, racism, and people of other religions and political parties.
Psalms 37: Psalms 37:8, 37:9 says, “Refrain from anger and turn from wrath; do not fret — It leads only to evil. For evil men will be cut off, but those who hope in the Lord will inherit the land.”
God helped me to see that the problems we face today will not change by blaming either the current or the past administrations or anyone else in leadership. The real problem is that our country has turned inward and our priorities are in the wrong places, leaving God out of our daily lives.
He wants us to give Him our personal and financial problems, and anything else that is keeping us from being all we can be through Him. The result is what we see and hear today, America has turned into a bitter, blaming, angry, poverty-stricken nation going downhill fast.
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America does not need “fixing,” America needs “healing.” The only way to heal our nation is to start from the top, and that is with God. Not knowing how or what to do to proceed with His call, I prayed for His guidance, and two words came to mind, “Prayer Fever.”
The purpose of this mission is to pray in numbers, spreading His word like a fever. It is also a calling to help rebuild our nation, one family at a time, one person at a time, and to put an end to racism. With God’s love and through prayer, we can find forgiveness and love for all humankind. We are all the same in God’s eyes.
I challenge you to seek God’s guidance in your life, and then ask Him what you can do. It is time we get our country back on track. Stand up for God, “Here we are Lord, use us.” I am contacting churches in each state requesting help in spreading Prayer Fever. I am asking your help in spreading the fever of prayer until it becomes contagious and it spreads all over the world.
1 Timothy 2:8 Paul wrote, “I desire that in every place we should pray.” Please pledge to pray and to contact churches, tell friends and family in your area, as well as the news media.
The writer lives in North Myrtle Beach.