Join Christian leaders from across the globe for the Unite714 Global Prayer Event as they intercede for an end to the coronavirus crisis and for revival to be poured out. It marks the coming together of different streams just a on the Day of Pentecost when the Church was born – when the Holy Spirit descended upon the first believers gathered in the Upper Room.
Hosted by Steve Robinson of Church of the King in New Orleans, Louisiana the one-hour video below features the prayers of American leaders such as Robert Morris, Jentezen Franklin, Dr Samuel Rodriguez, Chris Hodges and Rich and DawnCheré Wilkerson. It also represents an A to Z of nations from Australia to Zimbabwe. From Brian Houston in Sydney to Dr Goodwill Shana in Bulawayo. Nicky Gumbel of the Alpha Course, represents the UK, calling for The greatest revival in Church history.
You can also hear beautiful worship and the original rendition of the song, The Blessing with Kari Jobe & Cody Carnes.
The Unite714 movement aims to bring believers together in response to 2 Chronicles 7:14 which urges us to respond in four specific ways in times of crisis. Firstly we are called to humble ourselves; then pray to God; seek Him with all our hearts and repent of any sin. This will then release healing in our nations as we stand together in unity. This is the answer God gives for pestilence and plague.
“and My people, who are called by My Name, humble themselves, and pray and seek (crave, require as a necessity) My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear [them] from Heaven, and forgive their sin and heal their land.” (2 Chronicles 7:14 Amplified)
The Unite714 Global Prayer Event was recorded on Friday, May 29 for broadcast on various Christian television channels throughout the Pentecost weekend. You can also watch it below.
“We pray that the disease Covid-19 would be mitigated and the footprint of the Gospel of Jesus around the world would be enlarged,” said Pastor Chris Hodges of Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama.
“Join your hearts with ours in humility and prayer, in seeking the face of God, and let’s turn, let’s never be the same after this is all over. Let’s allow this season of crisis to change something in us for the good. Ask God to show you areas where you need to change, areas where you have allowed other things to creep in and crowd God out and let’s unite our hearts together for a fresh outpouring in our lives and into our nation and our world.”