Prayer Day

TO ALL THE PEOPLE IN NEW ZEALAND
LET US ALL UNITE IN A NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
This is a call to all of us to observe Monday, 20th April as a National Day of Prayer.
This is a call to mark 4 pm on Monday as a time for joining in to electronic community prayer services organised by leaders in each community or to observe the time and pray in your bubble.
This is a call to use your data bases to communicate this call to your family and friends.
We ask that all community leaders organise electronic meetings at 4 pm and to invite members to join.
WE PRAY:
• That the virus will be conquered speedily.
• That those that have the virus will be comforted and are healed speedily.
• For protection for all of us particularly for those at risk – the vulnerable, medical caregivers, people working in essential services.
• That we continue to observe the rules given to us by our government.
• That all communities continue to comfort the lonely and the distressed and provide for their needs.
• That we show kindness to one another.
• That nobody will commit any crime out of fear and that our police will continue their good work of law enforcement.
• That there will be co-operation between countries.
• That there will be unity in our families, in our communities and in our wonderful land.
• That we should all know what is expected of us and that we should fulfil those expectations.
• That all Kiwis wherever they may be should be safe.
IN OUR PRAYERS WE EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO:
• Jacinda Ardern for her excellent leadership at this time.
• All those in government who have tackled this blight head on.
• Government for providing financial support to enable people to keep their jobs and businesses to stay in business.
• Government for doing its best to bring Kiwis back from other countries.
• Our farmers who have indicated that our country has enough food to feed 40 million people.
• All those in essential services who are doing a great job in keeping the supply chains going for the benefit of all of us.
• To all of us for obeying the rules and keeping the peace.

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