Our precious, God-fearing pastor asked us Wednesday night to pray for the next seven days for this issue of music. Sunday in church we were told we would not be singing any congregational songs (and we didn't). Instead we would pray. The choir did sing. Oh. My. Word. They threw down!
This is the song they sang:
Hands were raised, tears were falling, the presence of God was so evident in that place! We had been praying for 4 days and He did not disappoint. We are still on our knees asking for unity and oneness and I am praying believing He WILL DO IT!
Prayer is falling on our face before a perfect and Holy Lord.
Prayer is what brings a congregation together to live in one accord.
Prayer is our mission in order to bring the church together as one.
Prayer opens up the floodgate to the power of God’s own Son.
Prayer cradles us safely in the loving arms of God.
Prayer carves out the very path upon which our feet will trod.
Prayer takes a group of people whose thoughts differ day by day.
And brings that group together to show the world He is the only way.
Prayer settles our troubled hearts and washes us clean with His perfect peace.
Prayer gives us back our focus as His Heart and Face we seek.
Prayer grows our faith and trust in the only fixer of our lives.
Prayer unites the world no matter the language, the land or the tribe.
Prayer shakes the church’s core and abolishes our sinful man.
Prayer is humbling our very soul and doing whatever He says that we can.
Prayer gives us confidence when we’re tossed on the stormy seas.
Prayer gives us the strength to take a stand, when we fall to our knees.
Won't you join us in praying for this?