Thank you for Committing to the 4:01 Challenge!

The most powerful thing you and I can do to bring an end to the coronavirus pandemic is to ask for God’s miraculous intervention

I’ve learned more about the power of prayer from my daughter Julia Jeffress Sadler than from any book or theologian. Recently, she asked, “Dad, why aren’t Christians praying more about the coronavirus?”

That question hit me right between the eyes! Julia is right.

The most powerful thing you and I can do to bring an end to the coronavirus pandemic—and its devastating effects—is to ask for God’s miraculous intervention in our country.

That is why I’m challenging you to join me in praying at 4:01 pm every day for the next 40 days for God’s supernatural help in removing the coronavirus. 

Why 4:01 p.m.? Because of the promise of Psalm 4:1, which says:
Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness!
You have relieved me in my distress;
Be gracious to me and hear my prayer.

Join me in praying for God’s mercy on our country each day for 40 days at 4:01 pm beginning Thursday, May 7—the National Day of Prayer. And to say “thank you” for joining me in prayer, I would like you to have a free chapter download from my new book, PRAYING FOR AMERICA, along with updates on how you can pray specifically for our country.

Please enjoy this FREE chapter download of my forthcoming book, Praying for America, which will be available in bookstores nationwide on June 2.

The book that inspired the 4:01 Challenge …

Pray Big Things

The Surprising Life God Has for You When You’re Bold Enough to Ask

God wants to do more in our lives than we can possibly imagine. So why do we settle for less? In Pray Big Things, Julia Jeffress Sadler shares the story of God’s life-changing answers to bold prayers–a miraculous journey through infertility, miscarriages, and giving birth to triplets. She challenges you to take God at His Word and see Him move like never before. Humorous, practical, and filled with biblical insights, this book will give you the courage to pray big things and watch expectantly for God’s even bigger answers.