- Tuesday, May 4, 2010
- Lee Ann Jackson
Today is not May 6th.
But I prayed anyway . . . for my children as I left for work, for dear friends struggling with health issues and for assignments before me today.
As Franklin Graham shared with the Washington Post recently, "God is waiting on my call and anxious to hear from me . . . no matter how many times I called."
This week as Honorary Chairman of the National Day of Prayer, Franklin Graham could be a part of a legacy of revival in our nation's capitol nearly half a century after his father conducted a revival that gave birth to the idea of the National Day of Prayer.
Billy Graham was invited to hold a revival in Washington, D.C. in early 1952. The crusades lasted from January 13 to February 7. Now, as Franklin Graham is set to lead our country in intercession, we're encouraged to pray that yet another Graham will spark revival in our country from the grounds of her capitol.
Whatever day it is and wherever we find ourselves . . . what an awesome God we serve that He invites us to pray at anytime from anywhere -- that indeed, everyday is the National Day of Prayer.
Lee Ann Jackson
We Connect. Ministry and Media.
P.S. To hear Franklin Graham's heart regarding prayer on this National Day of Prayer, watch this video on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association web site.
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