Praying for January 20, 2017

by | Nov 28, 2016 | Church planting, Courage, Culture, Destiny, Dreams, Fathers, Freedom | 0 comments

I have been asking God to show me the spiritual aspect of what has
taken place during the election cycle of 2016. It is clear to all that our
nation is in the throes of painful and hurtful expressions of separation,
disconnection, abandonment, anger and sorrow akin to an ugly divorce.

We all have beliefs and personal opinions – the good, the bad, and
in some cases, the ugly—as to why a national divorce has taken place. Millions
of people also know that God’s love, truth, justice, and mercy contain the only
power able to draw us out from our positions of separation and entrenchment. As
a Father, God gives identity and destiny to every son and daughter from every
race and tribe. This is one essence of what it means to experience on Earth
what is the reality of Heaven. God is able to use imperfect people as the place
where He will manifest that heavenly essence if we are at least willing to
participate in the healing process with honor and dignity.

I have been pondering this thought; Donald Trump is like a father
who has married into a divorced family. He has shown with his own children that
he has the heart of a father. His love for his natural family could be the
model God will use to help President-elect Trump lead our nation. To some that
seems impossible, but with God, all things are possible.

I am praying for this possibility to become a reality as our next
President chooses to embrace and affirm each member of our divorced national
family. I am also praying that he will grow in the wisdom needed to implement
the change required to ensure the future health of our nation. If a father’s
heart becomes the guiding principle for the administration of Donald Trump we could
have a presidency that will astound the historians. To that end, I invite the
Church to pray.

“Pray this way for kings and
all who are in authority so that we can live peaceful and quiet lives marked by
godliness and dignity.”I Timothy 2:2


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