Members of the Unified Coast Prayer Movement ‘Release the Lord’s Word’ Over Hospital Staff and Patients

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Dozens of prayer warriors gathered in their cars and trucks at a Mississippi hospital to pray for the patients and health care workers who continue to battle COVID-19.

Members from the prayer group Unified Coast Prayer Movement parked their vehicles all around Memorial Hospital in Gulfport recently while staff members were on their lunch break, WLOX News reports.

Southern Gate Church co-pastor and nurse Jill Jones said the event aimed to encourage and bless the brave warriors inside the hospital.

“We reached out to the staff at Memorial to pray for them, to release the word of the Lord over the airways there and declare healing … to just be a blessing the them,” she said. “It was a bit overwhelming as I looked up and they were on top of the roof and they were in the parking garage.”

She added, “I’m standing under the American flag, the Mississippi flag, and the Memorial flag—all things that I love, and all my sisters in the Lord were around me, just honoring God, but mostly honoring the health care workers there; they’re heroes on the frontlines.”

Jones prayed aloud for all those who attended the gathering, then played the popular Christian song “Raise a Hallelujah” over the loudspeakers.

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