US Vice President Pence Surprises Washington Prayer March to Say ‘Thank You’

Vice President Mike Pence and second lady Karen Pence at Saturday’s Prayer March in Washington, D.C.

US Vice President Mike Pence surprised the tens of thousands gathered at the Lincoln Memorial for the beginning of a major prayer march on Saturday September 26th.

According to it was quite a surprise, when one of the very people to be lifted up on Saturday afternoon by a sea of Christians gathering together from across the country, slipped in just as the Washington Prayer March 2020 began.

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And the vice president came to say one thing to the prayer warriors flanking the National Mall:

“I just want to say ‘Thank you for your prayers,’” he said. “And the president wanted to be here to simply say, ‘Thank you for your prayers.’”

For it is a nation of praying people who have sustained our country.

“When the president and I travel around the country,” the vice president continued, “the sweetest words we ever hear, and we hear them a lot, when people reach out and simply say ‘I’m praying for you.’”

Vice President Pence gave several examples of the importance of prayer and the leadership of a country.

George Washington often prayed for the leaders of the country and each state with an “earnest prayer” Pence said. Abraham Lincoln has been quoted in the White House saying, “I have been driven many times to my knees by the overwhelming conviction I had nowhere else to go.”

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SOURCE: Assist News Service