(Diclaimer – if you are not a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints you probably will not understand this. If you need more explanation you will need to go find a member of the LDS church who regularly attends and ask them to explain)
Now with the disclaimer out of the way. I attended a stake priesthood meeting last night. There were the usual topics, service to others, scouting, Duty to God and be a good husband, father, leader. But then at the very end of the meeting, the stake president, as part of his talk announced that he had been praying and fasting to see if we could going together as a stake to fast and pray for rain. I guess this had been on his mind for 4 or 5 months. The area has been a drought now for a couple of years. And with this summer at over 50 days of 100F+ the situation is getting pretty drastic. I have even noticed the local water has started to taste different. But the stake president, President Hollingworth, received the inspiration to go ahead an announce that the members of the stake could join together, collectively, to pray for and have a special fast the first fast Sunday in September for rain.
All I can say is get ready for the miracle.