Christians across the world join together to pray ‘Thy Kingdom Come’

Posted May 3, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] Christians around the world are pledging to mark the time between Ascension Day on May 10 and Pentecost on May 20 with a single prayer: Thy Kingdom Come. Next week marks the third observance of Thy Kingdom Come, an invitation to Anglicans and Christians across the globe to join in prayer. For the second year, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has joined in the initiative, providing several prayer resources as well. The initiative grew out of a call that the archbishops of Canterbury and York made to the Church of England in 2016 to pray that God’s Kingdom would come. Since then, it has grown into an international movement with Christians praying that people everywhere would come to know Jesus Christ.

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  1. Tony Oberdorfer says:

    Much meaningless ado about nothing, I should say, given the extent to which the Anglican/Episcopal churches have recently ignored many of the things which for hundreds of years have given real depth to the religious experience. At best an attention diverter.

  2. Joe Prasad says:

    I believe in prayer. Perhaps, “Thy Kingdom Come” prayer will open the eyes of those in authority and us to see where changes are needed and which issues to address for the good of all.

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