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Lynn Harrington: Small group prayer

I have recently felt led by God to open up my home to prayer.

Iris Matthews and I are working together in this endeavor to reach people that are interested in helping Christians in our area and across America to actively pray for spiritual awakening and revival in our churches.

In 2 Chronicles 7:14, God says “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and heal their land.”

We believe our country is in need of this healing. In my community this has been very well received.

In last week’s meeting we were blessed by a former homeless man that gave his testimony and sang a song that he had written. A 6-year-old child prayed for a schoolmate to get to know Jesus and for the health of his grand-mother, and he also sang a song for us.

We are praying that this will catch on in homes and churches across America. This has happened in past history when we join in prayer and ask our God of Hosts to return to our country.

I have always been a big fan of Susanna Wesley, mother of John and Charles Wesley. She was instrumental in establishing the Methodist Church through her small group Bible study and prayer meetings. This is why I have opened my home to prayer.

We are not associated with any particular church. We are striving to revive the small group concept that she made so successful in lives of Christians all over the world.

We meet on Tuesdays at 2509 Linda Ave. in Kannapolis at 7 p.m. Look for the sign in the front yard.

All are welcome. We pray for anything that God puts on our hearts, and pray that others will do like wise.

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