Monday, September 15, 2008

Pray for Our Country Today

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Let's send up a special prayer for America in this election season--not only for the election itself, but for all the candidates and all the voters that we may live in peace together throughout this sometimes contentious election season.

6 comments:

Marilena said...

pray for the unborn to, God help America if obama becomes president because he does not care one bit for the innocent unborn!

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

The unborn always need our prayers, especially now.

Anonymous said...

Dearest Lord Father, please heed our prays for the people of America during this coming election, so that the right man will get into office and the end of abortion will be the law of the land finally. I love You. Amen

Anonymous said...

May The Holy Family of Bethlehem, Egipt, and Nazareth be with us esp. our political leaders as we do battle with our greatest enemy the evel spirts now and forever. Amen
P.S. Pray. Pray. Pray. Then pray some more.

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Ok, having thought about how this combox is going, lets try to keep this respectful of others, please.

Also, try to remember the original point of the post: praying for our country during this contentious election. I think we've shown here that it is needed!

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

I have deleted all comments under this post, including my own, that do not deal with praying for our country and praying for EACH OTHER during this election.

My intent in posting, was to bring together people with various political opinions...or, barring that, bring together those of us who have a more conservative world view to humble ourselves before God and pray for ALL Americans.

I will continue to delete any posts that are off topic.

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