It’s Really Time to Pray

it's time to pray
it's time to pray
It's Really Time to Pray

The one thing that I can say definitively about this church age is that you and I don’t have it all together. If we did, our societies and our cities would look quite differently than they do today. But I thank God with all of my heart that Hebrews tells us that in a season of weakness, people were able to find strength. Listen to the words of the writer in chapter 4, verse 16. He says, “Let us come boldly to the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”

We’re in a time of need. Our children are crying out for truth on every street corner; our families are falling apart. Civility has been thrown to the wind. The church has lost the power of the cross. But that power can be regained if we come to the throne of grace and say, “God, You have to help us to get back to where the power that You have really is.”

It is really time to pray. We invite you to pray with us at our worldwide prayer meeting. Visit


  1. Kathy   •  

    Dear Pastor Carter and Times Square Church,
    Thank you all for being such an inspiration to all of us in the country.
    YOU REALLY ARE! In some places, such as my city, we don't have a church
    like yours to attend and its SO WONDERFUL to be able to watch your services
    and listen to the sermons. The times are indeed so dark. You are such a light and we appreciate you!
    Many, many thanks and blessings to you!

  2. Charles   •  

    Amen, total agree with the message and with sis Kathy's comment. It seems in many of our churhes, we are still about methods to grow the number of attendees and instead of seeking GOD's projects and plans, we are all about our programmes. I thank GOD for quickening my spirit to wonder if Times Square Church New York City was not broadcasting its services lives, in 2012, and after having read several books by bro Dave Wilkerson. And Praise be to HIS Holy Name, because TSC actually did. Now I am glad to join with you LIVE every Sunday at 4.00 P.M. (my local time).

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