(EURWEB) Several hundreds of Christians from across the globe gathered at the Emmanuel Christian Centre in central London last Sunday for the launch of an historic prayer chain.
Organised by Celebration for the Nations and GDOP London, believers from South Korea, Spain, South America, Africa and the UK came together for a powerful evening as Global Day of Prayer London began 500 days of non-stop prayer and fasting for the nation.
Celebration for the Nations coordinator Gail Dixon and the Team are very excited about this season of non stop prayer.
“We have already taken a day to pray 24 hours and we will be mobilising hundreds if not thousands of South Koreans to pray during these 500 days for Great Britain,” a Korean spokesperson said.
GDOP London has been working with as many different national and denominational groups of Christians to mobilise prayer across the land in preparation for a mighty move of God.
“This chain of non-stop prayer, day and night, up to and including a national day of prayer at Wembley Stadium in September, 2011, and beyond is of tremendous significance for the future of this nation,” said GDOP London Convener Jonathan Oloyede who was thrilled with the large and enthusiastic turn out at Sunday night’s event.