Prayers for World Fellowship of Moravian Revival Church Leaders & People

As one of the nine Bishops of the World Fellowship of Moravian Revival Churches (WFMRC) around the world (in seven countries) and as Co-Chair of the WFMRC, I would simply like to let the leaders and congregations of the WFMRC’s know that I am interceding on your behalf. As we humble ourselves before God, God will hear us.

This really OUR BIG MOMENT TOGETHER as the people of God to pray! in the Old Testament book of Numbers 16:47-48 Aaron prayed and the plague was stopped. As a people of God in Alaska and throughout the world, may we all pray together in the name of Jesus Christ. Dear God thank you for making this pandemic end NOW. In Christ’s name amen.

Together as we pray, we know that God’s blessing comes upon us all. We look to God for comfort at this time. This is not the end of the world. This is not a time of shut doors, but open doors. God is using this time to bring others to himself.
It is a time of finding God’s direction and purposes; it is a time of increase, not decrease.

The Church of Jesus will not be hurt!  We are more than conquers, no matter how bad the storm is now! This is time for Unity and agreement to pray and overcome by the blood of the Lamb of God. This is not a time of distancing, but together in spirit we know what the enemy has mean’t for harm, Christ will turn for our God. Amen and Halleujah.

God is in control, there is no need for fear, but this is a time to repent for our shortcomings.  God will hear us and bring back our sense of well-being and grow His work even better than before.

If anyone has any concerns for prayer please go to the Facebook site, United Ministry Group & Friends or William Nicholson site and share your concerns for petitions.  Your Church, in whatever country you are in, is critical for community life and outreaches for Christ.

Lastly, “In the Holy Spirit”, I feel this Pandemic will not last long.  Remember our heritage?  The Moravians in Bohemia during the early days of the Moravian Church met in forests and out in the fields; earlier Christians in the early days met in caves. Whether we have worship in a building or not has nothing to do with our faith. It’s just good common sense to follow our governmental guidelines (Romans 13:1) to practice social distancing and remaining home for a while.  In Alaska we are holding livestream services on Facebook for Friday night, 6 pm and Sunday worship at 2 pm and 6 pm.

Please remember to faithfully tithe or give offerings to your Church.  For the United International Moravian Ministry Churches in Alaska, at, there is a donation button for UIMM as well as the Anchorage Moravian Church.  We thank those who are giving through the US Postal Service.  The AncMC and UIMM offices are located at 624 W International Airport Road, Suite 200, Anchorage, Alaska 99518.

May we all pray that this pandemic be short-lived and that all of our loved ones are covered by the blood of our Savior Jesus Christ.

God Bless you.

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