Prayer For The Day Of Prayer

Thursday, October 10, 2019
Re: Governor Bill Lee's Proclaimed State Day of Prayer:
Dear Lord, many years ago a man named Moses climbed to the top of a mountain to receive your direction for His people, and came back down after many days with tablets of stone written on by your very finger.
Returning He found they had turned their backs on You and in anger cast them down and broke them into many pieces.
 
On this Day of Prayer oh God may we gather these pieces together again and make our way back up that mountain to once again seek your will for your rebellious people.
 
Bobby Wood
Harrison  

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