Monday, February 06, 2006

what shall i pray

i don't know how i got on this email list; but i will take prayer requests. Anyone have some?







Dear Praying Friend,

Whether he’s signing new legislation, meeting with the family of a fallen soldier or protecting our nation from terrorism, our President and Commander in Chief, George W. Bush, says your prayers sustain and guide him through the complex decisions he faces daily.

That’s why we’re inviting you to unite with millions of other believers for a special day of focused prayer during our third annual President’s Day Online Prayer Rally on Monday, February 20. Thanks to participant input and comments, we’re sure you’ll enjoy the new and improved features to help you pray for President Bush, other national leaders, our nation and our Armed forces.

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Sincerely,








John LindPresident/CEO


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5 comments:

Blogzie said...

Prayer can't even help Bush at this point.

It has gone far beyond that.

x0x

Jaded&Opinionated said...

I'm glad someone in the great land of blogs still believes in prayer. How sad to live your life without the comfort and peace that prayer can bring. Through prayer, all things are possible. Of course, you'd have to have faith in the first place to know the power of prayer. Faith isn't politically correct in these hallowed halls, however. It's far more entertaining to bash all religion than to have faith in any one of them it seems. I am disgusted and disheartened. But what do I know?

Just my opinion, which isn't the most popular one these days.

Gord said...

I think I got the same e-mail--i deleted it after reading the first 2 sentences. The odd thing is, i'm Canadian. Why would i get an obviously USan e-mail like that? Oh the joys of spam.

But really, the idea of praying for/about/because of our leaders is important. It just seems that we may all have different ideas waht should be prayed for :)

Teri said...

i regularly pray for him to be less manipulative and more long-sighted...does that count?

see-through faith said...

we are all to pray for our leaders (even -maybe especially - those we didnt' elect)

I think too that praying for pastors / priests is severely under done in many churches.

but spam ! yuk!

blessings

"and vivian followed."

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