World Prayer Centre prayer for this week’s general election

 

In view of this week’s nationally important events, listen to Steve Botham and join with his brief video invocation:

“This week we are crying out – O come, O come Emmanuel into our nations and our Parliament. May this be a week of divine shift ad change in our nation. We’re praying that this will be a Parliament of revival…

“We would love this prayer to go viral – share it with your friends so we raise a loud voice to heaven.”

This call more reverently focuses upon and reiterates my remarks upon hearing about the election’s date and about its numerical significance as a ‘triple-twelve’, wherein…

‘I conclude it is highly significant that a British government without operational majority, and thus continually stymied by the House of Commons, is to be renewed by a fresh vote of the people on a date that’s not only doubly significant for governing (ie. on 12th of the 12th) but also – and of great spiritual import – on the 12th day of Advent!

‘The liturgical season of Advent is observed in many Churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for celebrating the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas, but begins with the expectation of Jesus’ return at the Second Coming. The term ‘advent’ is from the Latin word meaning “coming”.’

(Readers’ valuable comments helped me realise it’s really a ‘quadruple-twelve’!)

2 thoughts on “World Prayer Centre prayer for this week’s general election

  1. Tena Koe Richard,
    It is the “the twelfth of never”.
    Britain will not be the same again which ever way it goes.
    Our God reigns.,!!!
    The 12/12 significant.
    Like 11/11 in World War 1.
    Godly numbers, 12 is perfection, also last number on Big Ben.
    .

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  2. As Steve Botham says “hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come”
    Prophetic words perhaps?
    I’m gladI took time to watch the short video.
    Hallelujah!
    I have heard even radio announcers use that word.
    Something happening in the ether?

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