Thursday, May 7, 2020

National Day of Prayer Resources

We created this streaming channel for you to listen to before and during the National Day of Prayer to prepare your heart to pray for our nation of Thursday, May 7, 2020.  This streaming channel contains video devotions from local pastors in the Brandon area meant to equip and inspire us all.

The video steam is muted by default, so you will have to click on the video and select UN-MUTE

Pastoral Video Devotions & Prayer:
Pastor Clifton Boggans - Rock Star M.B. Church of Brandon
Pastor Jeff Walker - Grace Baptist Church
Pastor John Dawson - Brandon Presbyterian Church
Pastor Trey Jones - Crossgates United Methodist Church
Pastor Scott Larson - Brandon First United Methodist Church
Pastor Jamane Williams - The Bridge Church of Pearl

2020 Crossgates
National Day of Prayer
Schedule From MAY 7

 Our Senior Pastor, David Jett, and Former MS Congressmen, Gregg Harper, were our special guest on Thursday, May 7, at Noon during a time to lift up our nation in prayer.  
If you missed it live, watch it here now.

The NATIONAL BROADCAST is also  available to watch right here.  Look for the video below to watch the rebroadcast from the LIVE event on Thursday, May 7, at 7 PM CT.

Join us so we together can pray God's Glory across the earth!

How to Pray for America


God is the only hope for America. Our hope does not rest in our economics, elections, or even education. It is only by the grace and goodness of God that He inclines His ear to hear our prayers. Philippians 4:6, "Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God." In these days where anxious thoughts, words, and deeds darken our nation we can rejoice that God never changes. God is not shaken but shines in the darkness as He "is the One who has shone in our hearts to give the Light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ." 2 Cor.4:6 Prayer taps into God's wisdom, strength, protection, and peace. He stands ready to respond to our needs when we humbly ask for divine intervention in the affairs of men. His glory shines and is spread across America as we humble ourselves in prayer and exalt Him in praise. In humble prayer we turn from sin to seek God's face and the promises in
2 Chronicles 7:14, knowing that change, healing and transformation only comes through prayer!


Lord, we exist to give You glory. We exist because of Your glory, and in Your glory, as our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. We give you thanks and praise for every breath and moment You have given to us. We repent of our sin; for the shameful things we have done against You and for our silence when we did not speak up to proclaim Your Name, profess Your Word, or protect and practice Your will.

We ask Your forgiveness. We pray that the knowledge of the glory of the Lord will spread across our nation and the entire earth as we seek Your Kingdom and righteousness; as we walk in obedience to You, and in humble unity, love one another. Jesus, the Bible says that You are "the knowledge of the glory of the Lord." You have taught us to pray, commanded us to love, and commissioned us to share Your gospel of grace.

Your glory fills our hearts and families, it overflows into our neighborhoods, workplaces, campuses, churches, in our entertainment and media. We give thanks for our military and ask that Your glory would spread to, and through them as they preserve freedom around the world. We pray for our government, that all of our leaders and laws would be filled with Your glory, that they would magnify Your Holy Word and honor Your will and ways.

We pray that Your grace and glory would spread to bring hope to the hopeless, and love where there is hurt and hate. God, use us as we pray your promise, that "the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters
cover the sea."


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