This resolution of Daily United Prayer is based on An Humble Attempt, originally put forward by Jonathan Edwards in 1748. Its design is to encourage God's people in the duty of united extraordinary prayer; setting aside some time every day to pray for the revival of His church and the advancement of Christ's kingdom in our homes, in our churches, in our nation, and in the world.
I just wanted to share with you all another little video I put together for our Vault project. As you know, I was in NYC last week with Pastor Armen Thomassian to encourage the interns up there. We enjoyed our time talking with them about revival among other things. I hope you'll enjoy this 5-minute video update.
Monuments serve an important purpose to remind us of God's mighty acts in a bygone era. It is our desire to tell the story of answered prayer in the construction of The Vault. There is no human explanation of how God brought all the pieces together. This space will be a display -- a monument -- to God's goodness and glory.
We have seen the Lord clear a path to this point. But we still have a great many obstacles ahead of us. I trust, however, these OBSTACLES for us will be OPPORTUNITIES for the Lord to prove to a doubting world that God still answers prayer. Stones need to be raised. Stories need to be told.
We invite you to join our dedicated and earnest group of praying participants of all ages from around the world that meet every day over Zoom to pray. At the start of each prayer call, a different individual will bring a brief Scriptural meditation. Here's the most recent: