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WASHINGTON – “Just to let you know, we members of Congress, we actually pray all the time – most often in private,cheap pandora jewelry, but tonight we’re here as witnesses to each other before God.”


That’s what Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa.,cheap pandora jewelry, told the crowd of roughly a hundred guests at the 2015 “Washington: A Man of Prayer” service, held in the U.S. Capitol Wednesday.


The event, now in its fourth year, is an effort by Rev. Dan Cummins to return prayer to the Capitol’s Statuary Hall, where weekly Christian church services were held from 1800 to 1869.


The event is held on or around the anniversary of George Washington’s first presidential inauguration, which took place April 30, 1789. After being sworn in that day at New York City’s Federal Hall, Washington, accompanied by Congress, proceeded to St. Paul’s Chapel to offer prayers to God on behalf of the new nation.


Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., and Rep. Randy Forbes,cheap pandora bracelets for sale, R-Va.,cheap pandora rings for sale, served as honorary hosts for this year’s event.


Jim Garlow, pastor of Skyline Church in San Diego, reflected on how participation in the event has changed in its four years.


“If we go back four years when this started, it was a whole lot of preachers lined up and praying and one member of Congress that first year,cheap pandora bracelets, then a couple the next year,cheap pandora bracelets, and now, this time, it’s members of Congress praying,” Garlow told the crowd.


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