“A revival of real praying would produce a spiritual revolution.”
~ E.M. Bounds
It is God’s will that His house will be a house of prayer and that His children will not be asleep when there is trouble.
People all over the nations are becoming discouraged about the future as their personal circumstances become increasingly challenging and their concern about governments grow. The economy is not growing fast enough to create enough new jobs. The moral decay of our younger generations are evident with teenage pregnancies, drug abuse and alcoholism on the increase. Alarming statistics show that church attendance is dropping across all denominations.
Less than 20% of our populations testify to a living relationship with Jesus Christ. Occultism, spiritism, scepticism, atheism and ancestral worship are on the increase.
There is a PROMISE
In Isaiah 62:6-7 God is calling watchmen to pray day and night for peace and restoration.
Jesus says in Luke 18:7 that if we pray day and night our Father will make right what is wrong.
Courtesy of 24-7 Prayer
24-7 PRAYER is an international, interdenominational movement of prayer, mission and justice that began with a single, student-led prayer vigil in Chichester, England in 1999 and has spread, by word-of-mouth, into 100+ nations.
For more than a decade the global 24-7 Prayer meeting has continued unbroken, impacting locations as diverse as the US Naval Academy, a German punk festival, war-zones and underground churches, the slums of Delhi, the jungles of Papua New Guinea, ancient English cathedrals and even a brewery in Missouri. Along the way, this unusual prayer meeting has given rise to numerous new initiatives, communities and ministries particularly focusing on the poor, the marginalised, students and those outside the reach of normal expressions of church.
Thanks to an innovative approach to spirituality and culture, 24-7 Prayer has also captured the attention of newspapers and magazines from Rolling Stone to Readers Digest, and was the subject of a British television documentary.