National Day Of Prayer

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

"Prayer," said the writer Hannah More "is the cry of faith in the ear of mercy. Confession of the need of Him who alone can relieve." These words were in the world 200 years ago. They are timeless, beautiful memories and that God hears and answers prayer.

Hannah More was also described prayer "trust in trust", the words echo those that are at the mercy of our system of coinage, "In God We Trust."

Although many do not necessarily give a second thought to these words, or a second look, why make the change and move some money with the check-out hand, we must stop this national day of prayer and to consider the wisdom of the words "In God We Trust "still holds for us.

A prayer is said, "moves the hand that moves the world." What a staggering thought, but it's true. And it is just another way to say something about our ancestors believed in deeply: "No God in human affairs.

We need look no further than George Washington, how deep was the reality. 3. October 1789, has promised to tackle the first president of the United States', Washington has issued a notice, which is to recommend "and give on Thursday, 26 next to be devoted by the People of these States a great service and wonderful creature, that is beneficent author of all good that was, that is, or have that November. "

Noted historian David McCullough recently said that when it comes to war for a generation, "we can not know enough about them." Washington issued a proclamation of words to remind us of God, "our help in ages past, our hope for years to come." We must always remember that many of the founders tried to God to guide the future. They have placed their trust in him, and hoped that would be the same.

Closer to our times, the former U.S. Senate chaplain Peter Marshall, said this: "Our Father in heaven, we acknowledge to manage the affairs of men And if a sparrow does not fall to the ground without notice, as we think that you are indifferent to what we say and do here? ".

These words were spoken in the closing of U.S. Senate when the words "In God We Trust" have been approved under the motto to be engraved on our coins. On this National Day of Prayer, we ask would be burned again in our hearts.