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During WWII, there was an advisor to Churchill who organized a group of people who dropped what they were doing every night at a prescribed hour for one minute to collectively pray for the safety of England, its people and peace. This had an amazing effect as bombing stopped. There is now a group of people organizing the same thing here in America. If you would like to participate: Each evening at 9:00 PM Eastern Time 8:00PM Central, 7:00 PM Mountain, 6:00 PM Pacific, stop whatever you are doing and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States, our troops, our citizens and for peace in the world. If you know anyone who would like to participate, please pass this along. It has been said that if people really understood the full extent of the power we have available through prayer, we might be speechless. Our prayers are the most powerful asset we have. Thank You. If you are so moved, pass this on to anyone who you think will follow through.



I received a copy of this email last week, June 14, 2007 (Thu), and I had been praying ever since at 9 pm (EST). I added a reminder in my cell phone calendar since that day (with an end date as far forward that my cell phone calendar would allow). So I get reminded every night, wherever I am.

And if I am with friends, I also invite them to pray with me.

Since that day I had been intrigued about the source of this email. Any idea where this came from? If this is one of those "urban legend emails", then it is one of the best and most useful so far. But I hope it is not.

Any idea if this is a part of some "great experiment" for peace?


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