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November 8, 2012

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Now that the election has come and gone (thanks be to God!), we need to turn our attention to praying for the nation and the leaders that have been elected for the next term.

1 Timothy 2.1-2 says …

First of all, then, I ask that requests, prayers, petitions, and thanksgiving be made for all people. Pray for kings and everyone who is in authority so that we can live a quiet and peaceful life in complete godliness and dignity.

Here are some things I’m asking God to give our leaders …

  • Wisdom
  • Integrity
  • Pure motives
  • Protection
  • Unity
  • Courage
  • And the ability to play well with others!

May God bless America!

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November 8, 2012

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