Those who have made a career of trying to drive all vestiges of religion from the public square, from manger scenes at Christmas to mentioning God in the Pledge of Allegiance, were not happy when First Lady Melania Trump recited the Lord’s Prayer at her husband’s rally in Florida. [Read more… ]
If ever there was a doubt before, it has certainly been made clear now – You alone are America’s last hope. You alone are reliable – the Promise-keeping God who is faithful to Your word.
Lord Jesus: In the upcoming presidential election, we are being asked to leave behind the certain corruption of the past for the uncertain promise of a better future. Give us the courage to move forward in faith towards a better future.
Merciful God: You alone can turn America around, but this election will have a major impact on whether or not the country can regain its moral standing. Move Your people out of their homes and into their voting booths on November 8th. Give Your people another chance to Make America Good Again.
In a fragmenting world—with America facing its crucial presidential election and Britain in flux after its recent referendum decision to quit Europe—there is a single heavenly citizenship that alone can reassure us.
I’d like to ask Christians to pray for strong leadership for our country — and for our military, people who will put their oath to the Constitution above their careers. People who, when destructive policy is handed down, would lay their stars on the table and say, “This policy is destructive. It does not enhance readiness; it degrades readiness, and I will not be part of it.”
– Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William G. “Jerry” Boykin is executive vice president of the Family Research Council and formerly commanded the U.S. Army’s Delta Force.
Gracious God: Draw us back to the truth of Your Word and enable us by Your Spirit to clarify eternal fact from contemporary fiction. Produce in us truthfulness, holiness and obedience that truth may triumph over lies to Your glory and honor. Amen.
The presidential race isn’t about personalities – both candidates are flawed. What it really comes down to is the appointment of Supreme Court justices.
– Franklin Graham