Answered prayers bricks
The structure will be made of a million bricks, each one representing an individual’s answered prayer: an account of when they prayed to Jesus, and He answered.
Eternal Wall is a piece of public art made up of a million stories of answered prayers. Every story is subjective and, as with any piece of art, people from all walks of life will be encouraged to come and admire the stucture. We do have a validation process to prevent abuse, but ultimately this is a piece of art that thousands of people will contribute to. and it is their answered prayers that make up Eternal Wall.
God has faithfully and powerfully moved throughout the history of the UK, whether by answering the prayers of St Augustine in the sixth century, to the millions of people who queued up outside churches to pray for the men on the beaches of Dunkirk during WWII.
Eternal Wall will preserve, remember and celebrate prayers that God has answered throughout our nation’s rich history.
We have no way of knowing what culture and society will look like in a hundred years’ time, but we do know that Eternal Wall will still be standing, and that people will still be able to discover its stories of hope and see that Jesus answers prayer.
We know that we will have faithfully sown into future generations and shared with them what Jesus has done in our time.
Each answered prayer will be digitally linked to a specific location on Eternal Wall. Using a bespoke app, you will be able to hold your phone up to a brick and discover the specific answered prayer it represents via audio, video or text.
You will be able to use tourist-style binoculars to zoom in and read answered prayers on bricks you can’t reach. There will also be touch screens on site allowing you to access our whole database. You’ll be able to type in any circumstance or situation and see the answered prayer stories that relate to that topic.
Each brick in Eternal Wall is linked to an individual’s answered prayer. To get a brick, just share your answered prayer here. You will receive a certificate with a unique brick number so that when you visit, you will know where to find your answer prayer.
Currently, there is no limit to the number bricks you can have. However, every answered prayer that we receive is read by one of our dedicated team members to determine its validity. A brief structure for an answered prayer is:
- What was your situation?
- How did you pray?
- How did Jesus answer your prayer?
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