NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER – May 07, 2009

Posted on May 7, 2009. Filed under: Uncategorized |


TODAY IS THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER.

BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA CANCELLED IT.

WHY? HE PRAYS PRIVATELY. WELL, DUH. SO DOES EVERYONE ELSE!

This is an afront to people of faith, and notice, I didn’t specify any religion. People of all faiths pray. This was a day for all of them to pray for our nation. He didn’t want to bother with it.

Another aspect of Obama’s character has been revealed in his decision to ditch national prayer for our country. We have so many reasons to pray today. He obviously doesn’t believe in the power of unified, collective prayer for America. He’s displayed a lack of faith.

For those people who are not religious, they shouldn’t care if the rest of us pray. If there is no God, as they believe, then our prayers will accomplish nothing, no God will take any action, and the non-believers have nothing to fear or even give a thought to. So let us do our thing.

For those who object to the National Day of Prayer being observed in the White House because of the so-called, non-existent “separation of church and state”, they should read real history and learn that all of our founding fathers prayed in their Constitutional Convention meetings, deliberations, the U.S. Congress, and held church services in the buildings where Congress met. Some of our fathers were preachers. Most were Christians. They never wrote any separation into the law, except that the government can not force Americans to belong to one particular church, like Britain forced membership in the Church of England.

So, please exercise your freedom while you still have it. It may be taken away from you soon, like all the other freedoms you’ve already lost. Obama is on the march, coming after your money and your freedom.

If ever America needed YOU to pray, it’s today.

Contact everyone you know and ask them to pray for America today.

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