Gov. Tate Reeves of Mississippi did a Facebook Live to encourage fellow Mississippians in prayer and with an inspiring Bible study.
“But we know that you are looking over us, and we know that your people are going to step up and make a difference in this fight,” he said.
“We have challenges, dear Lord, in this country. We have challenges across the globe,” the governor prayed. “We know that these times are tough, but we know that working together we can get through them.” Reeves also prayed that God would watch over President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence during the coronavirus pandemic. “We have challenges, dear Lord, in this country. We have challenges across the globe,” the governor prayed. “We know that these times are tough, but we know that working together we can get through them.”
I believe in the power of prayer, so I’m inviting you to pray with me on this Sunday morning. “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”
Posted by Tate Reeves on Sunday, 22 March 2020
Before the coronavirus hit the American shores, it was “business as usual” for many of us.
The rat-race, work, taking care of the family, grocery shopping and social activities. Then all of our worlds transformed into utter chaos with necessary social distancing, restaurant closings and limited essential goods. God is in our everyday lives but during a crisis, we are more compelled to run into His arms and focus on Him. Said Trump in a tweet on March 13, “No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Together, we will easily PREVAIL!”
Let’s seek God today during this time like Gov. Tate Reeves of Mississippi, and lean into God.