Let's Unite Worldwide Prayer during Easter Weekend 2020
Friday, April 10, 2020 by Lyvita

It’s amazing how God works.

I was researching this morning The Miracle of Dunkirk during World War I, where the impossible task of saving over 380,000 soldiers from the destruction of Hitler’s terror became a reality because a nation prayed. Click here. The event is worth reading.

These questions arose during my research: What would happen if Believers got together and prayed? Especially now? Would we see a difference? Do we have the faith to believe in the impossible?

Then I opened my email. Yawl, we are all on the same path. It doesn’t matter if you are a Christian or not. People are praying.

Therefore, I ask…

Join me and others as we pray to God for relief, wisdom and restoration from this worldwide pandemic. This Easter make a difference. Let’s blanket this world in prayer.

Three ways we can pray together:

  1. April 10, 2020 @ 5 p.m.–Watch the Pulse session on Good Friday at
  1. April 10, 202 @ 7 pm  and April 11, 2020 @ 7 am–Pray for 1 hour each day for the 5 items discussed on this video. Click here. Pray for:            

          a) People affected by loss, such as love ones or jobs
          b) Health Care Professionals, Police Officers, Workers on the front, and funeral directors and staff 

          c) Wisdom for our world leaders
          d) The season to pass quickly and the expansion of the Kingdom of God
          e) God to over rule the plans of satan and his agenda and the Gospel will not be hindered

  1. April 12 to 25, 2020 @ 7 am–take part in the Psalm 91 Read Aloud Challenge. Daily go to to continue seeking God’s protection over your family, friends, nation, and worldwide. Each day’s episode will involve praying Psalm 91 together, singing, and a challenge to create space for communing with God throughout the day.


It’s Time!

Time to come together as a family, a community, a country, a world, and as a people called by the Name of Lord Jesus the Christ, Children of the Most High God, Almighty to pray, believing and standing on God’s Word.



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