The coronavirus crisis is opening up new doors for faith, even on a live news show. Bishop T.D. Jakes was asked recently to lead the nation in prayer by MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin.
Melvin asks Jakes to pray since people weren’t able to go to church the day before, saying, “I’ve never actually done this on the air.”
Jakes jumped right in, praying, “Our father and our God, we bow our heads to You in humility and understanding that we are not competent in and of ourselves to handle this kind of global calamity. We look to You Lord to be the strength, help, and light that we need.”
“Strengthen our first responders, strengthen our broadcast people and all of us whose lives have been devastated and disrupted and give us the peace that passes all understanding, in Christ name we pray, Amen,” he prayed.
Click here to read more.
View original post 2 more words