Churches and individual Christians will rededicate the USA to God with a special covenant prayer on July 4th. Some churches will pray on Sunday July 1st based on service times. “As Americans rededicate the USA to God, we invite God to help fix our nation’s problems. Turning to God is every American’s biggest need,” says Pastor Steven Andrew, president of USA Christian Ministries and author of “Making A Strong Christian Nation.”
Protestants and Catholics are invited to participate as well as families and every American. This God and Country prayer is a reminder of God giving Christian liberty to Americans. John Adams said the Fourth of July “ought to be commemorated as the day of deliverance by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty.”
USA Christian Ministries has free resources to print. There is a handout and a church bulletin insert for participants to pray as a congregation and to put on their desks and refrigerators at home. The pastor wants everyone to have a free chapter of “Making A Strong Christian Nation”.
There is also a web graphic to share online and an attractive “No King But King Jesus” print. “No King But King Jesus” is an American Revolution motto based on Psalm 47.
“Individuals and other patriotic groups like the Tea Party, homeschool groups and pro-life Americans are praying the covenant on July 4th,” he adds.
“Pastors know that a national covenant with God brings God’s blessings, including God’s presence, protection and economic prosperity,” says Pastor Steven Andrew. The Bible shows us that King Asa and King Josiah affirmed covenant with God and God blessed them (2 Chronicles 15, 2 Kings 23).