A prostitute stood on the street corner at 9:30 in the morning. She was holding a can of beer. Wellington Barlow approached her and asked if she knew Jesus. The woman began to cry and put down the beer.READ MORE
The president and first lady are staying in Palm Beach at their Mar-a-Lago estate over the weekend. They will be there until Monday to celebrate President’s Day. While President Trump does use time over the weekends to rest, he also regularly uses weekends to meet with officials.
Today, the president is scheduled to meet with Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan to discuss legislative priorities for the House. The White House gave no further details regarding the meeting. Following the Senate’s open debates concerning immigration and the restructuring of DACA, it’s likely that both of these will be topics of discussion.
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A prostitute stood on the street corner at 9:30 in the morning. She was holding a can of beer. Wellington Barlow approached her and asked if she knew Jesus. The woman began to cry and put down the beer. After a short conversation she invited Jesus Christ into her life.
Wellington is part of a team of Christians in Jacksonville, Florida who have been prayer walking the streets of the city. For years, they have been strolling neighborhood sidewalks and praying for each person living in the homes they pass. So far a significant percentage of Jacksonville’s streets have been covered in prayer. In the same time, drunk driving arrests have decreased, burglaries are down, and robberies are fewer.
Proverbs 15:29 says God “hears the prayer of the righteous.” You can make a difference in your neighborhood and your city when you pray! Ask God for blessing, safety and wisdom for your neighbors and for your community leaders every week. Then pray that America’s leaders in Washington will seek God’s wisdom for direction in their personal and professional decisions.