Part 1: Dave Thornton from Tyndale House Publishers joins Charles Morris on the first part of this series to talk about a brand new Bible that helps people read Scripture and pray for their country throughout the year.
Part 2: Why should you pray for your country? Senate Chaplain Barry Black joins Charles on today’s program with a powerful call to prayer.
Part 3: Many people begin the new year with resolutions of self improvement. Today’s program offers an alternative that focuses on drawing nearer to Christ in 2020.
Part 4: When praying for your country, it’s easy to fall into the “us vs. them” trap. Instead of praying for the success of a political party or candidate, pray for God’s justice in the world.
Part 5: Ronald Reagan said, “A people free to choose will always choose peace.” That may be true, but there is a very big difference between choosing peace and achieving peace.
Part 6: US Senate Chaplain Barry Black holds a Bible study with senators and their staff every week. He points them to Jesus, but he never takes a political side. Hear more when you listen to today’s program.
Part 7: No matter what brings you to pray, you should always come to the Lord ready to worship. The story of Hannah asking God for a son is a perfect example from Scripture.
Part 8: When you pray for the country you live in, how can you be sure it makes a difference? Even if the prayer seems too big, the Lord wants His people to pray.
Part 9: The prayers of Hezekiah are some of the most powerful and surprising prayers in the Bible, mainly because of how the Lord answers him.
Part 10: Should Christians pray for political issues? In the book of Daniel, we find out that God wants to hear our political prayers—no matter how far-fetched or controversial.
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