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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Morning After...

Sullen, sadness, shock, Scared.
I really don't even know what to say about this election. I am still in shock that it could end up this way. It says something about the state of this world. It really makes me think that we are even closer to the end times than we may have thought.
I can only say that our country needs our prayers even more now.


Angela said...

Hi Rodna,

yes I am too saddened that America and the church was seduced and deceived into doing evil.
But I believe there is hope, and a great opportunity for the Body of Christ.
Manasseh in 2 Chron seduced Judah and Jerusalem into doing great evil, and even he humbled himself after affliction and turned back to God. That gives me hope and reason to pray for Mr. Obama.

The first century church grew and rose in influence under the reign of one of the most evil rulers in Rome's history. We now have that opportunity for the modern day Body of Christ in today's America.

Am I saddened, yes. But am I in fear? No. God is still God, and he is looking for those of us who will hear His voice, and with boldness and faith PRAY and interceed for the wisdom and the soul of our newly elected leader.
Mr. Obama has been severely decieved. We must pray for him and this country under him.
He are greatly decieved if we look to man for what only God can give.
Have hope and courage.

rodnamomof2 said...

That is a god point. I did not knoe that.
Yes, I am not in fear, persay, because I know that God works all things together for the good to those that love him.
I just hope as a country, we do not turn our backs on God.
I don't know what will happen in this new presidential term but i do know that God is in control and his will will be done no matter what the circumstances.
Thank you for that information.


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when you take away from those who are willing to work
and give to those who would not." --Thomas Jefferson
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