National Day Of Prayer 2011

April 27, 2011 by staff 

National Day Of Prayer 2011, The 2011 National Day of Prayer on May 5. While the secularists have sued to end this long-standing American tradition, courts have rejected this attack on religious freedom and Christian heritage of America, which are completely free to celebrate the National Day of Prayer this year as always have in the U.S.

Celebrations are happening all over the country on 5 May. Here in Rapid City, will respect the 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. Last year there were over 700 people in attendance, and this year even more are expected.

The video then Defense Fund of the Alliance and Sears, Alan provides an update on the refusal of the courts of the lawsuit against the National Day of Prayer.

The second video is a promotional video for the National Day of Prayer, so that you know more about this special day. If we do not know, love and exercise our freedoms, there are those who gladly take them away from us and pretend it never existed. Please do not let that happen.

From the very birth of our nation, the American people have been in prayer for our country. We continued to pray for our country for over 200 years. And now more than ever to our nation and 14 billion dollars in debt, with 1.6 billion and annual budget, with nearly one million innocent children murdered in the womb each year, with marriage and family under attack as never before, with liberty and free markets under the assault, including our own United States government, which needs our prayers as never before.

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