A taste of FAITH, a touch of LAUGHTER.
As for me, far be it from me that I should sin against the Lord by failing to pray for you” (1 Samuel 12:20-23)
I’m thankful for the focus of this article on our need to PRAY for those in authority in government.
Let us, then, have the mindset of Samuel (paraphrased), “Far be it from us that we should sin against the Lord by failing to pray for those in leadership whose worldview differs so greatly from ours.”
By David Ettinger
How do you feel about leaders who hold worldviews that conflict with yours? Do you resent them for espousing secular ethics while you cling to biblical ideals? What about hatred? Do you hate such people? Do you consider them your enemy? Do you wish for bad things to befall them? How about God? What does He think about those who dishonor Him and trample His commands? Of course, if such people die without having repented of their unbelief, they will face judgment. But what about now – while they are alive – how does God feel about them?
How about President Obama? If you are a Bible-believing Christian, chances are you have some serious problems with him. This is understandable; so do I. But, the question is, do you pray for President Obama? Should you pray for President Obama?
Let’s take a look.
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