JUST GOD — No Brands… No Labels… Present
2021 National Day of Prayer Arkansas State Capitol Statewide Gathering—
Little Rock, Arkansas, April 29, 2021– The College of Aspiring Artists
Dumas moves to the Arkansas State Capitol to lead the 70th Observance of the National Day of Prayer. The JUST GOD: No Brands… No Labels vision assignment which launched from Dumas and then in DC in April now presents the National Day of Prayer at the Arkansas State Capitol.
On Thursday May 6, the National Day of Prayer, JUST GOD makes a spiritual deposit of love in ‘the ARK.’ Due to high levels of hate in the nation, a clarion call for JUST GOD… No Brands… No Labels is simply stating and commanding a focus to realign the nation to what has been here since the beginning, God. Just God who is a ‘Just’ God. The gathering will be from 10am-11:30am on the steps of the State Capitol. Rev. Arthur L. Hunt, Jr., National Day of Prayer State Coordinator will be joined by Governor Asa Hutchinson, Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott and other statewide leaders who will speak and pray. Ministers, worship, community leaders will pray and uplift the gathering in song and dance. There will be prayers for God’s justice, racial healing, forgiveness, and advocacy to end violence. There will be prayers for the government, church, education, medical, media, economy, and the communities.
The declaration of ‘The Right to Protest for Right’ is a theme that will be pronounced as a biblical defense to say that God’s Word is the truth needed today to eradicate many modems of division and injustices from our society. These acts of immoral agents are known as sin. The biblical decree in these matters is cited in scripture when we read them as… ‘righteousness exalts the nation and sin is a reproach to any people’ and ‘the wages of sin is death’. God Word has always protested all wrongs for right. On this National Day of Prayer this protest for right must be as greatly advanced as it was in biblical movements in the biblical times through such biblical rights movements. This biblical rights movement is the motivation that signifies JUST GOD as the only solution in the world today.
The mission is for the nation to come together in this JUST GOD space and leave all the branding and labeling of politics, religion, ethnicity and other divisive barriers of racism, insurrection outside of this sacred space. There is no Black Church, White Church, etc., only the Church that Jesus built.
JUST GOD focuses on the God of the bible who has always been faithful to a people who have so often left Him, being lured into brands and labels that have distorted and diluted His presence in US(A). From DC, the gatherings now head to every state capitol, declaring JUST GOD, May 6, will be the prelude for Arkansas’ gathering which will be announced on May 6. For more information visit www.justgod.today