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America! America! God mend thine every flaw, Confirm thy soul in self control, Thy liberty in law. Katharine Bates, 1904
Yesterday was our National Day of Prayer. The weather was glorious. I drove to our Sussex County prayer gathering with the windows down, enjoying the sweet scent of flowering trees. Our prayers for the government, public services and … Continue reading
An excerpt from Dr. Jack Graham’s prayer for today’s National Day of Prayer: Hear our cry, oh God, and pour out Your Spirit upon us that we may walk in obedience to Your Word. We are desperate … Continue reading
How, then, should we pray for our nation? Should we pray for prosperity or for grateful and generous hearts? Should we pray for freedom to worship or … Continue reading
Easy to sing, hard to pray: “America! America! God mend thine every flaw.“ Katharine Lee Bates Lord God, mend America’s flaws–including the ones I profit from, the ones that I enjoy, the ones that I contribute to. … Continue reading
What do you think is the biggest problem facing our nation? Racism Impending war Disintegration of the family “It’s the economy, stupid” All of the above. More than the above. When was the last time you prayed … Continue reading
Today is the National Day of Prayer. Christians across the country will gather to pray for our nation, and that’s a good thing. But think how much better it would be if we all prayed for our nation every … Continue reading
I am reminded on my drive to work to pray for my government and those in authority. By the courthouse: Let justice and righteousness flood this place (from Amos 5:24). As I pass the police barracks: Bless these peacemakers, dear Lord (from … Continue reading