Prayer Gathering 9/26

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Cyndi Grant

Sep 16, 2020, 2:37:53 PM9/16/20

"Thus the Lord was moved by prayer for the land."    2 Samuel 24:25, NASB

"America is in trouble.  Our communities are hurting, our people are divided, and there’s fear and uncertainty all around us.  Let’s join together and do the most important thing: pray!”   Franklin Graham

Franklin Graham is calling for a prayer march to "call out to God to heal our land" to be held in Washington DC on Saturday, September 26.  If you would like to participate but cannot go to Washington, Cape Cod Bible Alliance Church in Brewster invites you to join us in our local prayer march to be held at our church property on September 26, from 12 to 2 pm, the same hours as the march in Washington.

Throughout the church property we will set out a course to walk and will have stations for prayer that will include postings of the seven concerns that will be the focus of those marching in Washington:

  1. Humbling ourselves in repentance and asking God to forgive our sins and heal our land.
  2. Our military, police and other law enforcement, and their families - and security and peace for the nation.
  3. Salvation of the lost, renewed strength in our families, solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, and an end to abortion.
  4. The President and Vice President and their families.
  5. Compassion and kindness toward one another, respect and reconciliation between races, and healing in communities torn by violence and injustice.
  6. Religious freedom, and for churches to have boldness, to stand firm with the Word of God, and to preach Jesus Christ in a troubled world.
  7. Our Congress and other leaders at the national, state and local levels; the Supreme Court, and judges across the nation.

If you are unable to walk this short course, we will have a station where you may sit and still pray for the same seven concerns.  

Participants are expected to follow applicable health and safety protocols, including the use of social distancing and a face mask, if not able to maintain social distance.  Anyone with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should refrain from participating in person.

We hope that many from all over the Cape will join us as we "call out to God to heal our land."

    Cape Cod Bible Alliance                                
Cyndi Grant ~ Lead Pastor's Assistant                                                                                                
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Ruth DeTraglia

Sep 16, 2020, 5:32:08 PM9/16/20
Thank you, we will come.


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Brenda Niemi

Sep 16, 2020, 5:32:17 PM9/16/20
Sounds great!


Ingeborg J Billmair

Sep 16, 2020, 6:16:01 PM9/16/20
One important factor seems to be overlooked in the call for corporate prayers. Asking God for the forgiveness of sins and for the healing of our land is commendable. However, if the people of the land don't turn from their wicked ways God cannot and will not heal the land. It would be against His nature and character. Jesus did say that the last days will be as the days of Noah. The Humanrace did unimaginable, unspeakable things and this is where we are today as a nation and furthermore, we exported all these unimaginable and unspeakable things to other countries. The Lord will not send a flood to destroy the nations. The nations go into captivity and we are almost there. We have to make certain that our hearts are right with Jesus, shun evil and stand up for rightousness. We cannot bypass and overlook the sins and wickedness in our nation. We will be held accountable by the Lord.



Judy Appleton

Sep 16, 2020, 6:16:17 PM9/16/20


Sep 17, 2020, 7:49:48 AM9/17/20
I am glad something is happening on the Cape.  I have planned to join with people on the South Shore to fast, pray on the 26th,.  But will be with you in the Spirit as we seek His face in repentance.  I pray first for my own heart to return to Him with all my heart, then for the Church, the for our nation.  

Thank you so much,

Sue Flynn

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Pastor Mac Smith

Sep 17, 2020, 10:24:04 AM9/17/20



I agree with you, and the repentance (turning away from sin & turning in trust to Jesus) must come first from the church that has watered down what it means to be a Christian. Judgment begins with the household of God. May we all ask for forgiveness, change our ways, and stand up for Jesus, being accountable to God for how we live, act and witness. Those who love Him obey His commands.

Blessings in Christ,


Beverley Roberts

Sep 18, 2020, 10:32:48 AM9/18/20
Greetings dear saints,

What a wonderful thing it is for the churches on Cape Cod join with so many other saints in fervent prayer for our nation!

I would like to bring another national prayer opportunity to your attention: 

Pastor Carter Conlon of Times Square Church in New York City is rallying saints to Plymouth and virtually on October 6th to pray for our nation.
He opens his invitation like this:

"We took our freedom and enslaved an entire race of people. He prospered us as a nation, and we became greedy as a people. 
Our families are broken. Our children are being indoctrinated in schools starting from daycare. 
We have changed the definition of marriage. 
Without God’s intervention of mercy, this nation is finished.
When we open the prayer meeting in Plymouth on October 6th, we’re going to repent and ask God to forgive us for what we’ve done with the freedom He gave us. 
We are going to re-discover our roots and reclaim the promise of God that made America. Would you join with us in prayer for our nation?" 

Saints, who knows whether we've been brought to the kingdom for such a time as this?

Isaiah 58:1 says "Cry aloud, do not hold back!"

Your fellow bond-servant in Christ,

Beverley Roberts
Marstons Mills Community Church.


Raymond Rimple

Sep 18, 2020, 10:32:56 AM9/18/20
Amen 🙏 

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