(VEHEMENT MEDIA NETWORK) – The ‘Global Day of Prayer’ is considered as the largest global prayer event by many people across the globe. Hosted by the popular Pastor, the man of God Reverend (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome; millions of people from the world join him to pray on the LoveWorld Networks. The unique quarterly prayer program is broadcasted LIVE on all LoveWorld Networks, several terrestrial TV stations, radio stations, and internet platforms. Through this program, millions of people come together to learn Christianity and the preaching of Jesus Christ.
LoveWorld President, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has often laid emphasis on the need for all the Christians of the world to bond together in prayers for the Church and the nations of the world in these last days. The ‘Global Day of Prayer’ unites all the saints together where they pray for the betterment and the harmony of the world. The humans in the world are facing a lot of obstacles with each passing day. Disasters including manmade and natural calamities have created fear amongst everyone and this revolutionary event sees the Christians joining forces to overcome all the challenges.
People who have participated in these events have experienced remarkable testimonies from the past editions of the revolutionary program. With the variety of platforms available for the people to participate in the prayer event, the popularity of The ‘Global Day of Prayer’ has increased massively. Many participants have testified about the miraculous from attending the event. To know more about The ‘Global Day of Prayer’ and the procedure to participate in the revolutionary event with your loves ones, head to the website https://prayer.rhapsodyofrealities.org.
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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