Mississippi: Tate Reeves, governor of the US state of Mississippi, urges people to wear a spiritual weapon as world leaders take steps to combat the coronavirus. He is conducting a prayer study for the people of the state on Sunday. He made his videos public on Facebook Live. “I believe in the power of prayer. I invite you to pray with me this Sunday. When two or three people come together in my name, I will be among them,” he captioned Facebook Live.
St. Paul of the three parts of the Bible, including the written part of the plot of the article gets to the Corinthians, he Read on. About 179,000 people joined him in prayer and study of the Scriptures. In his video, he prays for the wisdom of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to entrust the people of Mississippi to divine protection.
Tate Reeves raised his prayer to God for other leaders in Washington. He urged people to take special care of elderly people in their homes and care for them. Tate Reeves is confident that this is a crisis, but that it can be overcome if put together. He ended his Facebook Live with a passage from the Gospel of John, “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son.” Tate Reeves has called on the media to participate in the ministry of God and pray for the leaders and the people of the state.