A Statewide Day of Prayer and Fasting in Georgia

During crucial events in our nation’s history, the American people, as a nation, often turned to God for direction, guidance and Divine intervention.During a time of devastating drought, the pilgrims sought God’s intervention to bring rain and a bountiful harvest, which He did.

Upon hearing the news of the battles of Lexington and Concord, the First Continental Congress sought God’s Divine Providence as they prepared for war against a far superior military power, Great Britain.

During the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin reminded the delegates that without God’s assistance in building this nation, they would be no more successful than the builders of the tower of Babel. Franklin then encouraged them to join together in prayer and ask for God’s Divine intervention on their proceedings.

On June 6, 1944, as our soldiers, sailors and airmen landed on the beaches of Normandyto liberate the people of France from Nazi oppression, President Roosevelt asked the people of America to join together to pray for God to lead our men, “straight and true; give strength to their arms, stoutness to their hearts, steadfastness in their faith,” as they“struggle to preserve our Republic, our religion, and our civilization, and to set free a suffering humanity.”

Today, there is still a “suffering humanity,” seeking the most basic right given by God to every man, the right to live. In Georgia, approximately 33,000 children, every year, are denied their right to life through the practice of human abortion.

As many throughout our history have turned to God for His Divine assistance, pro-life members of the General Assembly are calling upon the Christian community across the State of Georgia to join together in a statewide day of fasting and prayer, for the liberty of
human beings not yet born.

On Wednesday, February 24, 2010, we will join with citizens across the state to ask for God’s Divine intervention in our efforts to pass the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act, this year, which will begin to bring an end to selective abortion in our beloved state.

Please join Representative Barry Loudermilk, the Georgia Legislature, and Georgia Right to Life on February 24, 2010 for a day to ask for God’s divine intervention in Georgia.



Filed under 40 days for life, abortion, African American, anti-abortion, eugenics, healthcare, Marriage, Parenting, personhood, planned parenthood, prayer, Pregnancy, pro-choice, Sanctity of Life

4 responses to “A Statewide Day of Prayer and Fasting in Georgia

  1. Seems an insult to me that the General Assembly has invited only Christians to join together for a day of fasting and prayer. Other religions, in particular our Jewish friends, neighbors and religious-predecessors, are also people of ‘fast and prayer’.

    • Any religious denomination is invited to fast and pray on this date. However, the legislators leading this fast are Christians and are calling other Christians to pray. Georgia Right to Life also is a Christian organization.

      The goal is to join together in praying just as our forefathers did for God to intervene.

      We hope you will join us Gary.

      If you have any more questions, you can call the office at 770-339-6880.

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