In a day that fear seems to be looming around every corner, is it possible to still have hope? We believe that there is strength in numbers and in the midst of this COVID-19 outbreak we understand that we’re all in this together. So what if we all prayed every hour for 24 hours? What if we joined other believers and christian radio stations like Life 88.5 and prayed?

“God is the only one who can make the valley of trouble a door of hope.” Hosea 2:15

Thursday March 26, 2020

6:00 am – Those infected with COVID-19 (Focus: pray against fear, anxiety, feeling of isolation)

7:00 am – Those at high risk of developing COVID-19 (Focus: pray for those who are elderly, people with chronic health conditions)

8:00 am – Caregivers, medical professionals (Focus: pray for wisdom, strength, protection)

9:00 am – Researchers working on a vaccine (Focus: pray for important discoveries to be made and for God’s wisdom)

10:00 am – Workers who have lost jobs/wages (Focus: pray for provision, for friends to rally to help. Pray against anxiety and fear)

11:00 am – The church to lead the way (Focus: that the church rises and leads in helping those that need it. Pray the church is unified as one church and a calming influence as we radiate light in the face of darkness and fear)

12:00 pm – Those who have fear or anxiety (Focus: that God would calm fears in the chaos)

1:00 pm – Government leaders at all levels (Focus: pray that our leaders would be led by God in making decisions, that politics would be put aside and they would work together as a united team)

2:00 pm – Parents (Focus: pray that parents can calm fears and concerns of their children. Help parents find childcare if they still have to work outside of the home. Pray that parents are able to afford food for the extra meals at home)

3:00 pm – Children (Focus: pray for children who are scared or don’t understand what is happening. Pray for children to embrace being quarantined from school or friends. Pray for children to be able to focus if doing school work remotely.

4:00 pm – First responders: Police, EMTs, Military (Focus: pray that they are protected as they respond to ordinary emergency situations. Pray for protection and wisdom.

5:00 pm – Homeless (Focus: pray that they stay safe from the virus and get the healthcare that they need. Pray for those that are fearful or have extreme anxiety about their situation.

6:00 pm – Those infected with COVID-19 (Focus: pray against fear, anxiety, feeling of isolation)

7:00 pm – Those at high risk of developing COVID-19 (Focus: pray for those who are elderly, people with chronic health conditions

8:00 pm – Caregivers, medical professionals (Focus: pray for wisdom, strength, protection)

9:00 pm – Researchers working on a vaccine (Focus: pray for important discoveries to be made and for God’s wisdom)

10:00 pm – Workers who have lost jobs/wages (Focus: pray for provision, for friends to rally to help. Pray against anxiety and fear)

11:00 pm – The church to lead the way (Focus: that the church rises and leads in helping those that need it. Pray the church is unified as one church and a calming influence as we radiate light in the face of darkness and fear)

Friday March 27, 2020

12:00 am – Those who have fear or anxiety (Focus: that God would calm fears in the chaos)

1:00 am – Government leaders at all levels (Focus: pray that our leaders would be led by God in making decisions, that politics would be put aside and they would work together as a united team)

2:00 am – Parents (Focus: pray that parents can calm fears and concerns of their children. Help parents find childcare if they still have to work outside of the home. Pray that parents are able to afford food for the extra meals at home)

3:00 am – Children (Focus: pray for children who are scared or don’t understand what is happening. Pray for children to embrace being quarantined from school or friends. Pray for children to be able to focus if doing school work remotely.

4:00 am – First responders: Police, EMTs, Military (Focus: pray that they are protected as they respond to ordinary emergency situations. Pray for protection and wisdom.

5:00 am – Homeless (Focus: pray that they stay safe from the virus and get the healthcare that they need. Pray for those that are fearful or have extreme anxiety about their situation.

 

 

6 Responses to "Life 88.5 Day of Hope"

  • Lisa Miller says:

    I think this is a great idea to be praying for our world!

    It would be nice if there was a way to print the list.

    1. tjjackson says:

      Lisa we’ll look into that for sure!

  • Cindy Watt says:

    My husband is a paramedic in Pettis County. Please pray for Steve and Matt and all the other staff with the ambulance district.
    Thanks so much for this awesome day of hope and prayer!

    1. tjjackson says:

      What an amazing opportunity to pray for those brave individuals who serve day in and day out!

  • Cindy Watt says:

    Mark Hall’s message meant so much to me! I am a nurse by profession and a cancer survivor for 2 years. I haven’t been able to work for 1 1/2 years due to effects of the radiation therapy. I have learned to “be still” and know that God is in control. And He is so faithful!

    1. tjjackson says:

      Cindy you are so right, God is faithful. So grateful for the work that you do as a nurse.

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