We see more on our knees than most men see from mountains.
Nations at war need mountains moved, now. Public prayer, praise, repentance, and reconciliation move mountains of violence, trauma, poverty, natural disasters, plagues, political gridlocks, and more. Favor regularly mobilizes prayer publicly in cities and regions to stir the heart of a nation toward God.
Favor sponsored some of the regional prayer events in 2005 that God used to end the war in northern Uganda, and to this day we see prayer mobilization move mountains others thought were impossible to move.
Prayer mobilization today takes shape in:
- National prayer gatherings we annually (or more) organize in South Sudan,
- Overnight prayers attended by a city, and
- Regional or national prayer chains coordinating prayer points by unified churches representing many denominations and cities.
From the poor to presidents, from pastors to professionals, from parents to prodigals, nations turn over the years of history, because God found men who would pray and not faint. We “ought always to pray and not to turn coward (faint, lose heart, and give up)” – Luke 18:1.
We see the Kingdom come every day only because we pray – in unity and corporately – every day. But it takes mass mobilization of sufficient numbers to turn and keep a nation in the covenant God wants to make with her.
Oh how we pray for our nations to be healed and turn back home to the Father’s heart, just as the prodigal son, who came to his senses, and returned to the presence of His father. The harvest is coming in quickly here, and our nets are mended and ready. Let’s stand together for the Lord of the harvest to continue to raise the laborers to send them, as well as the leaders here to go!