Tuesday Noon Prayer – City of Refuge

“In 1857 there were 30,000 men idle on the streets of New York.  Drunkenness was rampant, and the nation was divided by slavery.  God raised up a praying businessman, Jeremiah Lanphier. On September 23, 1857 he began a noontime prayer meeting on Fulton Street in the Financial District of Manhattan. Out of a city of 1 million people, six people showed up a half hour late. The group decided to meet the next week and there were 14. The next week there were 23. The following week there were 40. Within weeks there were thousands of business leaders meeting daily.  God moved so powerfully that the prayer meeting spread across the nation.  It is estimated that nearly 1 million people were converted out of a national population of 35 million, including 10,000 weekly conversions in New York City for a season.”

Men gather every Tuesday at the noon hour in the downtown City of Refuge.  Join us.  We go to the King and intercede on behalf of our city.

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