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Father, we ask that You would bless Biden's meeting with MBS. We pray for a positive outcome, Lord, that would alleviate our gas crisis without sacrificing American safety.
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Despite claiming he would never do such a thing, Biden is set to meet with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. We must pray over this meeting.

From All Arab News. After a long cold winter in U.S.-Saudi relations, spring at hand.

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Well, summer, actually, but whatever.

U.S. President Joe Joe Biden campaigned for the presidency in 2020 calling Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) a “pariah,” insisting that MBS had ordered the murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi, and vowed that he would have no contact with him whatsoever.

Less than two years later, Biden is planning a splashy trip to the Middle East next month – July 13 to 16 – and while he is coming to Israel first, guess where he is heading next?

That’s right, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

And guess who is Biden planning to meet with personally?

That’s right, Mohammed bin Salman….

Here are the five things you need to know.

First, gas prices in the U.S. are going through the roof.

Second, Democrats in the House and Senate are terrified American voters are going to punish them at the polls in the mid-term elections in November.

Third, desperate for lower oil prices, Biden is changing his tune. He needs Saudi Arabia to pump much more oil to have any hope of driving domestic gas prices down. Yet the Saudis have no intention of helping Biden unless he changes his policy and his rhetoric, removing the kingdom – and the man next in line to be king – from the dog house and showing the world that strong a U.S.-Saudi alliance is a critical element of U.S. national security and energy security.

These three points are the main reasons Biden is heading to Riyadh.

But there are two more.

Fourth, the nuclear deal Biden has so desperately sought with the terrorists in Tehran is falling apart….

Thus, Biden is suddenly having to recalculate. Rather than make massive concessions to America’s main enemy in the Middle East, Biden now believe he needs to strengthen his alliances with America’s main allies in the region….

Fifth, Biden and his team apparently finally sense that there is a huge foreign policy “win” sitting right in front of them, and it has nothing to do with Iran. Biden has the opportunity to help Israel and Saudi make peace and normalize their relations….

MBS is determined to show that he is not isolated, but rather that he is the leader of an important and rising regional power.

That’s why MBS is on the move this week.

And believe me, the White House is watching.

How are you praying over Biden’s meeting with MBS? Share your thoughts and prayers below.

(Excerpt from All Arab News. Photo Credit: Getty Images)

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June 22, 2022

FATHER GOD I ask YOU to protect us Americans in these meetings. Biden has alienated many of our allies including Saudi Arabia. He has also alienated most Americans, so FATHER our hope and trust is in YOU, not him. Please save America by removing him from power asap in JESUS NAME! We bind the lying spirit on him and ask that laborers be sent to him, Harris, and all of his cabinet so they can come into a saving knowledge of JESUS CHRIST! In JESUS NAME! Amen!

June 22, 2022

God have mercy on this nation.

June 22, 2022

Biden get out of the energy business and close the borders. You are backwards open up the Keystone pipeline and shut the door on the illegal problem. You are a reverse barometer


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