Querida congressista, falta pouco para o nosso Congresso! Por isso, no próximo sábado (26/09), vamos começar um jejum de 21 dias com orações específicas. É muito importante que você se consagre e ore a respeito dos temas. Se, por recomendações médicas, não puder fazer o jejum, pelo menos ore pelos motivos do dia. Grandes coisas o Pai tem reservado para suas filhas!
Motivo do 4º dia do Jejum pré Congresso de Mulheres. Com a mesma gratidão, interceda por estas mulheres de Deus. Que sejam ricamente abençoadas em seus ministérios e vidas pessoais. Que o Espírito as encha e elas conduzam momentos de adoração cheio da Glória do Senhor. (Isaías 53:5-6 )
Jewish and Palestinian women are holding a hunger strike outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem to call for a renewal of peace negotiations. Members of the group Women Wage Peace have been fasting for the past month in alternating shifts, sitting in an open-air tent and inviting passersby to discuss how best to wage peace. The group has dubbed their mission "Operation Protective Fast," a twist on "Operation Protective Edge" — Israel’s military operation that left…
The Gabriel Stone is displayed at an exhibition at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Tuesday, April 30, 2013. An ancient stone with mysterious Hebrew writing and featuring the archangel Gabriel is being displayed in Israel, even as scholars continue to argue about what the inscription means. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
Video Helps Mormons Defend Religious Freedom while Respecting Differences by Larry Richman | Meridian Magazine - LDSmag.com | A new series of dramatized videos produced by the LDS Church gives members ideas on how to navigate the landmine-laced terrain of the sensitive social and religious issues of the day and at the same time, defend religious freedom.
Do United States Politicians have Integrity? by Boyd Matheson | Meridian Magazine - LDSmag.com | If America is going to remain a beacon of hope and freedom, it must repudiate that which degrades and debases our common morality. As Washington said, we must instead embrace values that engender the loyalty and trust of the citizenry and “command the respect of the world.”