Join us this Easter!

On this National Day of Prayer, let’s invite the Creator of all things to bring His best to our lives, our homes, our communities, our nation, and our world.

Pastor Allen hosted a National Day of Prayer service last night, and we invite you to watch the service and help cover our nation in prayer. We also wanted to give you a written prayer to read aloud right now. Let’s pray:

Heavenly Father,

We pray for our leaders—for all those in authority—our president, our governors, the leaders of our cities and towns—give them wisdom and understanding from You. Direct their decisions, that we might live peaceful lives in godliness and holiness. Grant us a spirit of unity and cooperation. Silence the voices of division and hate. We are a land in need of healing. We have accepted Your great blessings and enjoyed Your protection, but in our pride, we have declared ourselves the source of these divine gifts. Forgive us of our pride, our arrogance, and our idolatry. As Your people, we know You are a God of justice, but also a God of great mercy and forgiveness. We come today in humility to acknowledge our sin and to repent before You. May Your name be exalted and Your Word be honored across our nation—in the churches, in our homes, in our classrooms, in our courtrooms, and throughout our government.

In Jesus’ name, amen.

It’s an important time to be praying for leaders in our nation and our world. Afterall, 1 Timothy 2:1-2 says, “I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people — for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.”

Please print this prayer and add it to your daily devotions. It’s a simple way to continue to repent, pray, and lift the United States up to God, asking for His help and mercy as we navigate what’s ahead.

— Allen Jackson Ministries

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