Faith at Altitude

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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Fill 'er up

Today -- a week before the National Day of Prayer -- clergy will pray in the nation's capital for something we'd all be grateful for: lower gas prices.

The pastors are expected to pray from noon to 2 p.m. on Washington, D.C.'s Pennsylvania Avenue for God to lower the price of oil. Pastors elsewhere can participate through a dial-in prayer service called Pray Live --

"It is our hope that seeing and hearing some of the nation's most powerful preachers gathered around a gas station ... will remind everyone who is really in charge of our world: God," said Wenda Royster, founder of Pray Live.

If it works, Hummer owners all over the nation will rejoice.


Blogger ZC said...

Lessee...when heart patients in a recent study were told they were being prayed for, their health got worse.

Wanna bet how this mass prayer might effect gas prices?

6:40 PM  

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