Let Us Pray For Peace
Let us join our brothers and sisters in the USA to pray for peace in the country.
Mass protests and demonstrations have erupted across the entire USA after the violent death of a black man by the hands of police.
This cruel act fueled the anger of thousands of people when they witnessed the murder on video footage that have been circulating over the social media.
Read the news: Demonstrations and destructions
Let us also pray for the innocent people of China and Hong Kong who are fighting for their freedom.Both the USA and China have been battling the COVID-19 pandemic and have not fully recovered from this disease.
However, it appeared that the pandemic in both countries have come to a seemingly abrupt halt due to mass protests.
Racial disruption in USA and the CCP versus Hong Kong battle.
Read more news on The Hong Kong protest
These situations are not coincidental, but are direct plots of the enemy.
Therefore, as children of God we need to pray and intercede to our mighty and all powerful God for peace and justice.
Let us pray
We come before you with humble hearts seeking your intervention in these troubled countries.
Lord, you know the real enemy behind these turmoils.
The enemy is not our brothers and sisters.
Open our eyes that we can see the spiritual forces at work so that we can destroy them.
Our battle is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers and spiritual wickedness in high places.
We tear down the strongholds of the enemy.
We bind the forces of evil that are roaming across the earth.
Lord, I ask that you will vindicate against the enemy and let justice be done.
Blow across the nations and send peace – your peace that passes all understanding.
Father, God, we know that nothing is hidden from your eyes and you will reveal and expose the secrets of the enemy and put him to shame.
Lord, we give you thanks for answering our prayers.
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:7)
We will continue to pray!