oday history is being made. It will be etched in our minds forever. I remember clearly when President Ronald Regan left office, waving as he entered the plane, and then the plane circling around the White House, as if to say, good-bye.
There is a lot of fear, especially among Christians with the entering of our new President. These are uncertain times, and there is indeed need to be on our knees praying for our country AND our president. Obama’s choice to have a gay bishop (another article here) to pray before the inaugural address to the “God of our many understandings”, is so sad. Does the one and only God weep over our nation today? Tomorrow I will be sharing more on FOCA, the Freedom of Choice Act, which President-Elect Obama wants to be on the top of his list to pass. It’s scary. It will affect our stand on abortion if it passes.
Yet, despite all the uncertainties and fears, God is still in control. He is sitting on the throne, and knows what our future holds. If God can make the world, throw all the stars in the skies, have my daughter at the hospital just when she went into heart failure, keep a friend safe whose tire went flying off her car while driving on slippery roads, He can and is still in control of our country and our president. It does not mean we not do anything. We have battles to fight. We need to let those in government positions know of our concerns. We need to pray for God to heal our land. Jesus died on the cross for President Obama just as He did for you and me. He wants his soul as He wants ours.
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