Satanic prayer hotline started as joke receives multiple calls asking for prayer

By The Christian Post

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A "Satanic prayer" hotline that was set up in Washington state as somewhat of a joke is being inundated with lots of calls.

Local intercessors, however, insist it's better to stay focused on what God is doing, not what the devil is doing.

In an episode of NPR's "This American Life" radio program, host Ira Glass recounted the activity of The Satanic Missionary Society, where, like Christian prayer hotlines, callers can phone in and leave voicemail messages requesting prayer.

Source:The Christian Post