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I believe with 1.7 million Salvationists in 124 countries, we could mobilise tens of thousands of people - no, hundreds of thousands - for this half hour of power on Thursdays. Having travelled to several territories, I am hearing such excitement about this praying together around the world. It is perhaps the most important indicator of our being One Army. But I believe we should encourage others to join us!
Would you please be that encourager? I would also be pleased to hear from you if you have ideas of how we can better engage people in this prayer meeting. You can register your comments at the bottom of this page.
Alternatively, you can feedback via Facebook or by tweeting @TSA_WWPM. When tweeting your friends about the prayer meeting it would be helpful if you used the following hash tag - #wwpm. Thank you.
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Note that the views and opinions expressed by contributors here may not reflect the position of The Salvation Army.
Via Facebook: Sandra Hynes-Budden Friday, 9 December, 17:03
General Bond, I plan to hold a 24 hour prayer event at Woodstock Salvation Army Community Church in Ontario on Thursday, January 5. We will uphold the Salvation Army locally, nationally and internationally. Many Blessings to you!
Via Twitter: Gayle923Friday, 9 December, 17:52
Join me in praying for the international Salvation Army! Pick 1/2 hr on thursdays from 5-8 am. #wwpm
Via Facebook: Faustina JarvisFriday, 9 December, 20:41
Thank you General Bond for your letter, encouraging wwpm. Already we have seeing answers to prayer Corps wise andas well as in individual lives. We will continue to pray to our God who is our sufficiency. An effective means of prayer that works well is neighborhood prayer cells. Through this means, comrades living in the same community/nearby meet weekly at different homes at a time that is convenient to all.
Via Facebook: Miriam LehmannSaturday, 10 December, 10:35
General Bond, Thank you for your enthusiastic Spiritual leadership and your faithfulness. God bless.
Via Facebook: Suresh Samuel PawarSaturday, 10 December, 11:37
We thank God for the people in our division who are constantly in prayers for Salvation Army's work and mission. Soldiers and officers in our division are activily participating in prayers by First thirday and last Friday of every month in moringing prayers in every corps and fasting & Prayers. On every Friday we have prayer meeting on Divisional level in which few soldiers and officers are been in fasting and prayer for last four years. Every prayer is recorded and then we revisit those prayers made and find how those prayers are been answered which gives us reasons to celebrate and thank God for His goodness. Please be assured of continual prayers by the faithful soldiers and officers of mumbai Division, India Western Territory
Via Twitter: TheCouchmanThursday, 15 December, 03:47
@TSA_IHQ My best suggestion would be to be consistent. The nature of Twitter and Facebook demands regularity. #wwpm
Via Facebook: Aubey HatukupaFriday, 16 December, 08:02
I was of the idea that SA institutions; schools, hospitals/clinic, DHQ should be asked to hold these important prayer on Thursday before business.
Via Facebook: David HowarthWednesday, 21 December, 12:38
It is so very inspiring and encouraging to be part of this 'Mexican wave' of prayer. We do it in our office along with several corps around the East Midlands Division, UKT. More could join in though - we'll be the encouragers General is looking for.
Via Facebook: Hanrico SogFriday, 3 February, 16:21
Pray for the salvation army general... Greetings from indonesia... Our motto "2work4HisGlory".
Via Facebook: Ruth YoungFriday, 2 March, 16:40
Yesterday was so special as a few of us were here on facebook very early. We ended up having our thursday morning prayer meeting right here using the chat feature where you can add people to the conversation. Many prayers were written. Thank the Lord for the internet.
Via Facebook: Ruth Bente PaulsenMonday, 5 March, 09:44
In Paraguay we are praying thursday morning in 4 of the 5 corps o outposts.In Villa Morra, were we have the childtenhome El Redil,we was able to open the doors for sunday meetings every sunday,and people are coming! We have also been able to start a Home Ligue and also a teenagers legue each weekGood is doing grreaye things amongs the children in the children home.The children are seeking God and paraying and reading their Bibles,and its not because we obligate them...We are waiting for more! God is soo migthy! God bless all prayers around the world.
Via Facebook: Fachren TumandukThursday, 8 March, 12:44
This early morning, as we gathered in prayer on the first floor (Chapel room) in IHQ, we were prayed for the Integrated Mission, all Salvationists around the world and the Evangelisation ministry to every people and nations trough the Salvation Army works. We were also remembered the disasters victims in many places around the world. May God bless and comfort you always and have a good day all.
Via Twitter: PGardnerNZThursday, 19 April, 08:05
Praying through the vision. Communicate Christ Unashamedly. #ico #fb #WWPM
Via Twitter: JJ RiefThursday, 19 April, 12:12
Father, make us an Army that can honestly proclaim CHRIST'S LOVE COMPELS US! #WWPM
Via Facebook: Eva MarseilleThursday, 19 March, 14:23
As we walk from the train to the office we see everybody 'filling up', piles of sausages freshly roasted waiting to be eaten by customers, milkmen delivering milk to the offices, huge amounts of beer barrels to the restaurants, and we can come with our empty containers to the worldwide prayer meeting. Great, not only great to be there but to know that the prayers are heard and answered
Via Facebook: Leonard Matthews Thursday, 3 May, 09:40
Pray that those involved will see a outcome from their service that is an encouragement to them to keep serving
Via Twitter: Carol GilliesThursday, 17 May, 09:34
@TSA_WWPM East Kilbride in Scotland. A mum from toddler group in remission from leukemia!!! That's a big answered prayer :) thank you God!
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