The title is "Making your voices heard in heaven." You will thrill to learn what God is doing in the nation's capitol among our congressmen who are Democrat, Republican, and Independent. Bible studies that begin with prayer and conclude with prayer are prevalent with our congressmen. It has not been reported in our news media.
Barry Black served our country as a chaplain in the United States Navy for 27 years and rose in rank to rear admiral upper level and was the first African American Chief of Navy Chaplains. He is an ordained minister with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He is a man of the Word of God. You will see that he loves Jesus and is not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He is a gifted and anointed preacher.
Chaplain Black says that we are invited by God to pray because of our need. He says that there are blessings awaiting for us to claim by asking God for them. In the Book of James he says, "We have not because we ask not." Second. God desires to have an intimate relationship with us in prayer.
Third, Chaplain Black said we need to pray for everybody especially for the president, vice president and all who are in authority.
May I encourage you to take the time today to watch and hear Chaplain Barry Black as he speaks to those who gathered together at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC, on Friday, 20 January 2017.