With all the unrest in the nation … and with anniversaries of Ferguson unrest at hand … Ferguson Police Department Chaplain Jose Aguayo joins many in “a call to prayer.”
“Many people are hurting over racial issues and other matters, including those in law enforcement.” Pastor Jose reminds us.
In this brief radio conversation, we remember the story of King Jehoshaphat of Judah and the impossible situation that he faced. Three different armies were coming against his small nation. He called the people together – it was a “call to prayer” – He stood before them and prayed: “O Lord, the God of our fathers, are You not God in the Heavens? And are You not ruler over all the kingdoms of the nations? Power and might are in Your hand so that no one can stand against You. … nor do we know what to do, but our eyes are on You.” (II Chronicles 20: 6, 12)
Seeking the living God in repentance and worship proved to be the answer then … and seeking God in repentance is the answer now!
There are many opportunities to seek the Lord in prayer … then and now. .
Pastor Aguayo cites an example of one of many calls to prayer, inviting us the …
Ferguson Community Center, 1050 Smith Street in Ferguson, Missouri on Tuesday, July 19, 2016
(1) 8:30 – 10:00 AM and
(2) 7:00 – 8:30 PM.
Related radio: To read about and hear … “Pastor Jose Aguayo, a Rapid Response volunteer chaplain, leads ‘Adopt A Block’ ministry in Ferguson” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/content/view/635/5/.
Pastor Aguayo gives us assurances that both the interim chief and the new chief of police are followers of Jesus, seen in the radio conversations cited below: [
To hear … “Ferguson Interim Police Chief Andre Anderson: ”When Christ is in someone’s heart, changes happen!” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/content/view/734/5/; and …
To hear … “In a warm get-acquainted radio visit, Bott Radio greets Ferguson’s new Chief of Police, Delrish Moss” … click on … http://haroldhendrick.com/content/view/777/5/