Lord, we pray for the Sign family. We pray for his wife and three sons. You are the Prince of peace. Lord grant them a peace that surpasses all understanding. Would you become so real to them? Send labors to show the love of Christ to their family. Amen.
The journalist who broke the story about the controversial 2016 tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch was found dead Saturday morning, according to police. The body of 45-year-old Christopher Sign, a news anchor for ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, was discovered by Hoover police and fire personnel at around 8 a.m. following a 911 call about a person down in a residence in Alabama, according to AL.com. Hoover police Lt. Keith Czeskleba […]
Lord, we ask that our governmental leaders would be God-fearing and recognize that they are accountable to Him for each decision and act.
An Arizona state Senator has warned US Attorney General Merrick Garland that he’ll ‘spend time in prison’ if he interferes with the 2020 post-election audit, after Garland announced on Friday that the Justice Department will look into whether any federal laws were broken – and claimed the state was employing ‘abnormal’ methods. “Some jurisdictions, based on disinformation, have utilized abnormal post-election audit methodologies that may put the integrity of the voting process at risk and undermine public […]
Lord, we pray for these protestors. We pray that they would encounter your love. That any anger, bitterness or resentment that they feel would be healed by your radical peace. We pray that the truth would be revealed in your perfect timing.
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A group of pro-Palestinian protestors burned an Israeli flag outside of Rockefeller Center as they marched through the streets of midtown Manhattan while demonstrating over businesses with ties to Israel. The group carrying Palestinian flags and signs saying, ‘None of us are free until all of are free,’ ‘Imagine justice,’ and ‘We will free Palestine within our lifetime.’ They were also filmed chanting: ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free’.’ Some critics claim that line is anti-Semitic […]
Lord, let our nation’s leaders be granted wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. Protect our nation from any schemes of the enemy.
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Starry-eyed radicals in the 1960s and 1970s dreamed that they either were going to take over America or destroy it. One of their favorite mottos was “Change it or lose it,” even as protests focused on drugs, music, race, class, sex, fashion — almost anything and everything. Sixties radicals tutored America on long hair; wire-rim eyeglasses; who was a drag, a square, a bummer; and who was hip, cool, groovy, mellow and far out. Most […]
Lord, we pray for courageous leaders in our states. We pray for leaders that love you and will stand up for what is right no matter the cost. We pray that strength and boldness would increase and we will continue to stand by your promises!
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The Florida Board of Education has officially said no to a form of critical race theory in public schools. Gov. Ron DeSantis and state Republicans opposed the divisive curriculum which they consider a form of far-left indoctrination. The newly adopted rule, which occurred after a four-hour meeting Thursday in Jacksonville where about 30 speakers on both sides participated, does not specifically mention critical race theory per se, but the messaging about how U.S. history, civics, […]
Lord, we pray for our divided Nation. Division is not from you, we pray against this spirit and pray for unity in America.
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The top Republican on one of the Senate’s most powerful investigative panels says video footage from the Jan. 6 riot shows more than 300 people gained unauthorized access to the Capitol through a single doorway, and he is demanding answers from the police officers who were nearby. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), the top Republican on the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, sent a letter late Thursday to U.S. Capitol Police Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman divulging the […]
Father, thank You for our nation and the freedom we experience. Bring us together in Your spirit of unity.
173 People Prayed
Watch this 7-minute interview with Camille Solberg, IFA’s Legislative Director, and Wisconsin State representative, Tony Kurtz. How were you encouraged by this interview? Share in the comments below! (Photo Credit: Canva.)
Lord, we pray that you would be the center of all things. That we wouldn't be driven by our political beliefs but by your radical love that you have for us. Let us know you in deeper ways, let us encounter you radically!
209 People Prayed
In Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis points out that God reveals political ends in the Bible, but he is not as specific about the means to achieve those ends. We are supposed to feed the hungry, but we are not told how we should provide the meal. We are supposed to pursue justice, provide for widows and orphans, and fight oppression, but we are not told about the best form of government to do all of that. […]
Lord, thank you for your protection! Right now, we pray that you would uncover any lies that are being hidden in regards to this situation.
186 People Prayed
There was a moment of sheer hilarity earlier today when, during a Congressional Hearing, the CEO of Colonial Pipeline Joseph Blount took the merely farcical episode of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware hack – when, as a reminder, a ragtag band of elite “Russian” hackers somehow managed to penetrate the company’s cyberdefenses but was so stupid it left most if not all of the $4.4 million bitcoins it demanded in ransom in an easily traceable address for the […]
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