Wednesday, 4 March 2009
On March 4th, Christians across America are joining together in a national day of prayer and fasting. "America's greatest need is to cry out to God about the sins in America, humble ourselves in prayer and start obeying what God says in the Holy Bible", says prayer host Steve Krotoski of Pray Daily America (www.PrayDailyAmerica.com).
"Jesus Christ is our hope. He died for our sins and rose from the dead. We all must appear before His Judgment seat (2 Corinthians 5:10). Obeying God is more important than the economy or who is president", adds Krotoski."Every day more and more people realize our nation's sins are great and want to return to obedience to God in our government, families and communities, as America's founders did", adds Krotoski. Our families need God; Our government needs God;
America needs God.America's founders were political Christians. They founded America to be a Christian nation. The government paid for and recommended the Bible for use in schools. The first act of Congress was to pay Christian chaplains to pray for America, and the founders had days of prayer and fasting as well. Let's stop denying this truth.America's first Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Jay, said, "[God] has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is their duty-as well as privilege and interest-of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers."
Today, Christians across America agree with Chief Justice John Jay and declare America is a Christian nation and we want real Christians who follow Jesus for leaders.Following Jesus is the way out of the bad economy. Obedience is what made America the number one country in the world.In celebration of returning to God, Pray Daily America has produced a special TV show called "In God We Trust
The TV show will first debut March 4th at 6pm PST / 9pm EST on www.PrayDailyAmerica.com and will be available throughout the week. Then as funds come in, the program will air on TV stations across America. Donations to support TV time and to strengthen America in Christ can be given at www.PrayDailyAmerica.com. Christians and pastors of all denominations are asked to gather together and pray. Many churches meet on Wednesdays, so this is a good day to cry out to God. Churches can also watch online anytime over the next week. More information is at: www.PrayDailyAmerica.com/Pray.html.