Lord, Hear Our Cry: National Day of Prayer 2015

Today, May 7th, is the 64th annual National Day of Prayer. The theme for 2015 is Lord, Hear Our Prayer, which is highlighted by this verse from 1 Kings: “Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day (1 Kings 8:28).”

Across the country, millions of people will be gathering to pray at thousands of events. It is an opportunity for individuals to place their faith in God’s unfailing character and recognize the Lord’s sovereign power over all governments, authorities, and men. It is also a unique glimpse of the unity of God’s people and the healing and restoring power of prayer.

The National Day of Prayer Task Force has a number of resources available as well as more information about national and regional events in your area. At noon (EDT), Dr. Jack Graham will lead a special prayer to be simultaneously read across the nation. We hope you’ll join in with millions of Americans on this special day.

On the Front Line

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